So your club’s favourite player or coach has left the building, but that doesn’t mean the door should be slammed shut on them forever.
On this week’s Dead In Goal weekly rugby league podcast, our panel of James Smith and Jeff Centenera discusses if linking up with your “ex” – in footy terms - is the right thing to do, or whether this sort of practice should be avoided altogether.
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More specifically in light of recent developments at the Sea Eagles, should Manly-Warringah have reached out to their multi-premiership-winning coach Des Hasler and former enforcer and ace talent scout Noel “Crusher” Cleal amid the club’s ambitions of returning to the pointy end of the competition table? Time will tell.
Once again we threw the bat signal out to our loyal and growing listenership, who returned in kind by offering up who their club should be trying to get back into the fold. Subsequently, we’ve found potential jobs for Brian Smith at Newcastle, Brad Mackay at St George-Illawarra and so to Craig Young … but not Peter Doust. (#CRISIS)
We also cover-off the never-ending rugby league season, which is in the middle of its annual international quarter. The Aussie Kangaroos have packed their bags for Bali, but the Poms and Kiwis are about to rip into each other in the Old Dart.
There’s plenty happening. To keep on top of it all, tune-in to another podcast. For our unique take on it all though, press PLAY.