Jamie Langley commits future to London

Drew Darbyshire

London assistant coach Jamie Langley has signed a new two-year contract with the club.

The 35-year-old’s serves were sought-afar but the Broncos have persuaded him to commit to the capital side until at least the end of the 2021 season.

A former Great Britain and England international, Langley joined London’s coaching staff back in 2016 after retiring from playing and has helped head coach Danny Ward guide the Broncos to promotion to Super League.

Langley commented: “My partner and I have been here for over three years now and we love the city.

“I’m a Yorkshire lad born and bred but I have loved every minute of it down here. I love coming into work each day.

“Working with the fantastic staff we have here and obviously the players too.

“Being able to come in everyday and do something I’m passionate about with a group of like-minded people made the decision easy in the end and I’m glad to be staying with London.”

Ward added: “Langers has done an amazing job during his time with the Broncos, from helping develop the next generation during his time as academy head coach, to his ongoing work with the first-team.

“He is a really popular member of the team and a big part of what we are about here.

“I am glad his contract demands for bigger dumbbells in the gym were met and he has finally committed his future to the Broncos.”

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