Sacked Brisbane Broncos coach Anthony Seibold has handed over three names to the NRL Integrity Unit.
The 45-year-old was at the centre of a series of vile rumours by online trolls in recent weeks targeting him and his family.
Seibold employed a European cyber-security firm to trace who spread the false rumours about his personal life.
Now the tracers are certain they’ve found those responsible.
Former Brisbane Broncos coach Anthony Seibold is pictured with his wife in 2018
Seibold gives instructions to his players during a Brisbane Broncos NRL training session on July 29
The legal team of the 2018 coach of the years sent a dossier to the NRL which includes the names of three NRL identities in Sydney, according to the Courier Mail.
Although Seibold is against the making the names public, if he wishes to take the case further and inform the NSW and Queensland Police, the identities will have to be made public.
More to follow.
The 45-year-old has been the target of vile, slanderous and false rumours about his personal life in recent weeks
Seibold has reportedly been in discussions with Newcastle Knights coach Adam O’Brien after the latter offered him an olive branch during the turmoil surrounding his exit from the Brisbane Broncos