Who is a contender for the Widnes job? What is the latest on Toronto? Find out in the rumour and gossip column.
Contender for Widnes coach
Matt Adamson is a contender to become the latest head coach of Championship side Widnes.
The 48-year-old, who made more than 200 career appearances for Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers, Leeds and Canberra Raiders as a player, has been linked with the vacant head coaching role of the Vikings. Adamson has spent time in the coaching staff at Penrith and Melbourne Storm.
Brown set for Salford stay
Kevin Brown is expected to play on with Salford in 2021.
The 36-year-old has been ruled out for the rest of this season after he played through the pain barrier to feature in the Challenge Cup final for the Red Devils. Brown is contracted to Salford for next season and is expected to remain at the club for 2021.
Adrian Lam is set to go into talks with Wigan about whether he will remain as head coach of the Warriors in 2021.
Lam is off-contract at the end of the 2020 season and is set to start discussing his future with the club.
A decision on Toronto Wolfpack’s future as a Super League club could be made by Friday.
The other 11 Super League clubs will decide on the Canadian club’s fate in the top tier after prospective new owner Carlo LiVolsi provided a more detailed proposal last week. The Wolfpack say they are confident they will receive a fair hearing from the Super League board after making their final proposal.
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