Griffin holds no grudges over Broncos dismissal

SEPTEMBER 2014 could be considered a bad month for Broncos fans, but former head coach Anthony Griffin doesn't hold any grudges over his dismissal.

"Everyone gets a kick in the pants from time to time," Griffin told media in Rockhampton yesterday.

He said he had no immediate plans to take up another NRL coaching position, but he also didn't rule it out for the future.

"I've had a clean break since early September when I finished with the Broncos," Griffin said.

He said he had used that time to spend it with family and do things he hadn't had time for in the previous four or five years.

"I'm just now looking forward to this (Capras consultancy) involvement," he said.

"I will coach again in my own right when the next opportunity presents itself."



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