As Parramatta prepare to collect their second consecutive wooden spoon, Sin Bin can reveal things are even worse off the field than they are on it and that if Ricky Stuart needs someone to tell him to take the Canberra coaching job, he won't have to talk to many people.
Even some of those at the Eels believe Stuart would be better off to take the money and run if he has an opportunity as there is no guarantee he will survive long at Parramatta.
Comments by Eels chairman Steve Sharp that the club wouldn't stand in his way if Stuart wanted to take up an offer from the Raiders have only confused the situation.
Sin Bin has been told Stuart received an informal approach from Canberra last week but the appointment of a subcommittee to decide on the new coach might no longer mean the job is his if he wanted.
However, should Stuart be given the opportunity to go, few people would advise him to stay put as the Eels are riddled with faction fighting and he was appointed by the previous board, led by Roy Spagnolo.
Since the board elections earlier this year, chief executive Ken Edwards and league club boss Bob Bentley have departed, leaving a leadership vacuum at the club.
Besides the speculation over Stuart, who is a friend of Canberra chief executive Don Furner and has a good relationship with chairman John McIntyre and a number of other directors, the rumour mill has gone into overdrive at Parramatta.
Morale among the players is said to be low after Stuart advised 12 they were not wanted next season and star fullback Jarryd Hayne has again been linked with Canterbury in the wake of the Bulldogs' decision to release Ben Barba to Brisbane.
Sin Bin was even told players in the club's junior representative teams want out because of what is happening at the top.
Jason Taylor, Neil Henry and Mick Potter have been mentioned as possible replacements for Stuart.
After criticising Raiders forward Josh Papalii for reneging on a deal with the Eels earlier this season, Stuart is likely to be concerned about the reaction if he was to leave with two more years remaining on his contract.
He is also a fierce competitor and would still believe he can turn the Eels around after a disastrous season in which they have won just four matches.