Often our NRL heroes aren’t just the blokes who score the tries and kick the goals. The sport’s clipboard-carriers hold a special place in the hearts and minds of rugby league followers, too.
Some of our all-time favourite rugby league coaches are famous crankers, some are like father figures to their players (and their fans), some are revolutionary thinkers, while others we love just for the fact they put their hand up and had a crack at the hardest role in rugby league.
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On this week’s edition of Dead In Goal, our resident jibberers James Smith and Jeff Centenera talk about the history of coaches and how coaches’ roles have changed over the years. The boys even broach the topic of whether coaches are even needed at all?
As always, James and Jeff also hear from their growing band of listeners, who have once again contributed to a great discussion via their clever, witty and nostalgic answers to this week’s Twitter question. Dive right in. This week’s episode is ready to listen to right now!
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