Griffin had claimed a Panthers’ growth systems were a disorder before he arrived in 2015, when Gould had axed Cleary, an indictment that riled Panthers powerbrokers on Thursday.
And he claimed Penrith’s stealing during a hands of a Broncos after a mini-camp on a Gold Coast was a outcome of a bad Griffin-led preparation, radically a final straw for a manager who was on a verge of holding a bar to a finals for a third time in as many years.
“When things were going good Cameron Ciraldo was doing a lot of a information, a lot of a work, and Peter Wallace had assimilated him in that time and was doing a lot of a work,” Gould said.
“They were totally cut out of a equation in a final 5 or 6 weeks and a players were confused and not being prepared good enough. They only didn’t know because he had left behind on what was operative good progressing in a season.”