The Gold Coast Titans have confirmed that Neil Henry will take on the coaching role full time from next season on a three year contract.
Henry has been at the helm of the side as a caretaker since foundation coach John Catrwright resigned after round 22.
The decision was widely anticipated, despite the Titans not having won a game since Henry took over.
The new Titan’s coach started his career in charge of the Canberra Raiders between 2007-8 before switching to the North Queensland Cowboys between 2009-13.
Despite taking the Cowboys through to the finals last year, Henry was moved on by the club due to a slow start to the 2013 season.
His coaching career has spanned 176 games so far, with a winning percentage of 46 (81 wins, 95 losses).
The Gold Coast Titans host the Canterbury Bulldogs on Sunday in their final game of the 2014 season.
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