“I gave my best to the Broncos but ultimately I am responsible,” he said.
“Head coaches know that there is no finger-pointing, there is no deflection of blame …
“Head coaching for the NRL isn’t for the faint of heart, and I know that.”
It comes after a tough 18-months for the coach, who has faced mounting pressure amid the team’s poor performance during the disjointed pandemic season.
Seibold has also engaged police and lawyers to get to the bottom of rumours being circulated about his personal life, while the club battled breaches of the code’s strict biosecurity rules.