Specialist skills coaches who work 1-2 days a week have little to no real impact on a team's overall performance throughout the year when you consider the other major variables. Really not worth wasting breath on analysing this appointment. Having said that, on an individual level, I'm sure Crokes and GCKT in particular will pick up a couple of tricks of the trade. The real question: is Lambkin or Hales taking over attack coaching duty or are we currently negotiating with someone else?
It may just be a case of him finding the right role and/or head coaches working out what they want.If he was any good someone would have kept him. Job hoppers are seldom good employees. They move along before they get found out.