A boardroom showdown is reportedly looming on the Wests Tigers concerning the way forward for embattled chairman Lee Hagiptantelis.
The Daily Telegraph are reporting that the membership have a board assembly scheduled for October 23 with early suggestions from the Tigers’ impartial assessment set to be accessible.
The Holman Barnes Group, who commissioned the assessment, could possibly be armed with contemporary info after beforehand asking Hagipantelis to face down.
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However, Hagipantelis is reportedly prepared to face the people calling for his resignation.
Hagipantelis denied the preliminary request made by Tony Andreacchio on behalf of the Holman Barnes Group and can now put together for the findings of the impartial assessment to be handed down.
The assessment’s outcomes are anticipated to be delivered to the Holman Barnes Group by mid-November and could possibly be centered on Hagipantelis in addition to different board members.
Powerful figures inside the membership, together with Hagipantelis, chief government Justin Pascoe and head coach Benji Marshall have been all interviewed.
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Former NRL chief monetary officer Tony Crawford and Gary Barnier are conducting the assessment, sparked by over a decade of disappointing outcomes.
Should Hagipantelis and Pascoe be proven the door, recruitment supervisor Scott Fulton could possibly be ousted additionally.
The pair introduced the previous Manly official to the membership, however he has reportedly had a number of run-ins with new head coach Benji Marshall.
The newest of which reportedly got here concerning the potential signing of Sean Keppie, with Marshall towards Fulton’s plan to lure the Manly prop to the membership.
Eventually, Keppie signed with the Rabbitohs and because of this the Tigers retained Alex Twal on a three-year deal.
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