ASSISTANT coach Paul Anderson has warned the Giants that new chief Nathan Brown is already well aware of the players’ strengths and weaknesses.
Australian coach Brown will officially take up his new post when he arrives in England at the end of October.
He has already received his work permit and is now waiting for his visa, which is expected in the next few days.
And while Brown has been waiting for the paperwork to be completed, he has been leaving no stone unturned in his preparation work for a new Super League career with the Giants.
And Anderson says he is already impressed with what Brown knows about his new squad.
“Nathan certainly hasn’t been wasting any time getting to know as much as possible about the players’ qualities,” revealed Anderson.
“He’s now seen all of the games he needs to see from last season, and from that footage he’s picked up a thing or two about all of the boys.
“Put it this way, when he arrives here he’ll know a lot more about them than they will about him!
“And that’s clearly not a bad thing. That’s something that should keep the players very much on their toes.
“I think they will be very impressed by exactly how much he knows about this Huddersfield Giants squad.”