ARL Commission Chairman Peter V’Landys has failed to guarantee NRL boss Todd Greenberg’s future beyond the 2020 season,
Greenberg’s contract comes to an end in October, with V’Landys confirming the Commission would meet with Greenberg in the next few weeks to discuss his future.
“I think there’s a lot of speculation over nothing,” V’Landys told Nine News.
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“Todd’s got a contract until the end of October as he has said publicly. We’re in negotiations with Todd and something will be sorted out over the next few weeks.”
V’Landys wants Greenberg and the ARL Commission to ensure they are meeting their targets before any new deal is reached.
“He knows we’ve got some pretty high KPIs that we’ll be setting, not only for Todd, but for the commission as a whole and all the management team,” V’Landys said.
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“We’ve all got to be held accountable. We’re there for the clubs and we’ve got to do the best for the clubs and generate as much revenue for the clubs as possible.”
While not guaranteeing that Greenberg would be re-signed, V’Landys stressed the Commission is not currently searching for a replacement for the former Bulldogs CEO.
NRL Chief Executive Todd Greenberg at the 2020 NRL season launch.Source:Getty Images
“The commission is well aware of the contract and we will be dealing with it as a matter of urgency. We’re not looking for anyone else at the moment,” V’Landys said on Nine Radio.
“He’s there till October (and) there’s plenty of time to look at all these different things.”
Greenberg succeeded John Grant as NRL CEO back in 2016.
Originally published asGreenberg’s future as NRL boss beyond 2020 uncertain
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