It amazes me the lack of NRL coaching talent that there seems to be out there
Don't know if it's lack of talent or clubs' not having the balls and playing it safe.
How does an aspirational coach prove themselves?
Despite their success, the Walker Bros are considered too unorthodox by all NRL clubs, even the bottom feeders.
Is Benji the same and will he be able to instill Benji ball at the Tigers...with some success?
Most of them have years of being an assistant and by years I mean years, look at O'Brien he had 11 years at the Storm, 1 at the chooks and jumped at the first chance he had.
The Gold Coast have a history of hiring long serving assistants with little success.
Look at Seibold, he started as an assistant in Wales in 2006, twelve years before
making his NRL debut as a coach via Q Cup and the Storm.
Ciraldo and Webster ( Warriors ) were next cabs off the rank and it's about not only the club picking the right coach but the coach picking the right club ( eg Fitzgibbon )
So re-signing Arthur despite not delivering a premiership is better in their eyes than taking a punt as he's got them as a regular semi finalist 5 of the last 6 years.
Edit: extending Arthur may be part of the Moses contractual dilly dallying.