Fair point, but you can't put Hasler in that list. He's the common factor behind two clubs attempting to stack talent by back-ending deals, destroying them for years to come in the process. He's the one breaking them, not picking up the pieces.It's all well and good to coach the glamour clubs with their fancy facilities, huge memberships, big crowds and rosters with superstars in key positions then become part of the discussion on who is the best coach of all time (Bento, Bellend, Robbingsons). But it's easy to forget these coaches generally work with huge teams of very well paid coaching staff, PTs, etc and their successes are a team effort. The on thing that the 3 top coaches have had on their side during their purple patches is money. Clubs who can buy the best of everything and attract the superstars. If we truly want to speculate on greatest NRL coaches of all time, we need to try and level the playing field and maybe not just consider premierships. Look at blokes like Hasler who've been tasked with the shit job of picking up the pieces at a broken club. Or Kearney tasked with keeping a club flying 5 hrs for every away game successful after already struggling to attract any non-NZ talent. Why has noone mentioned Maguire? He built the Rabbitohs team and has now gone and started turning around the tigers after pretty much bringing the NZ int. Team into contention. Maybe Nathan Brown has finished his mammoth rebuilding phase and will start to put together some top 4 results. Who are some coaches of clubs with poor facilities that continually make the 8?