Former England and Great Britain prop forward Adrian Morley is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast!
The 45-year-old joins host George Riley on this week’s show to discuss a range of rugby league topics.
He discusses England’s World Cup chances under boss Shaun Wane and praises forward Morgan Knowles as a forward who will lead the side for years to come. Morley also discusses disciplinary in the modern game and reflects on his NRL memories.
Having made his professional debut with Leeds, Morley also believes the Rhinos are heading in the right direction under head coach Rohan Smith.
Meanwhile, Love Rugby League reporter Josh McAllister joins the show to discuss all the action from Super League’s Magic Weekend.
More on Adrian Morley
Morley ended his 20-year playing career in 2015, hanging up the boots at the age of 38.
He begun his professional career with Leeds in 1995, and also enjoyed a successful six-year spell in the NRL with Sydney Roosters before returning to Super League with Warrington in 2007.
The forward spent his last two playing years with Salford Red Devils, where he announced his retirement.
He won the 1999 Challenge Cup, 2002 NRL Premiership, 2003 World Club Challenge, Super League in 2005 and Challenge Cups in 2009, 2010 and 2012 with Warrington.
He also represented Great Britain 30 times and won 23 caps for England.
Adrian Morley is joining Sam Burgess and Jamie Peacock for Gods of League: The Enforcers, which takes place across the north of England in October 2022 at Warrington Parr Hall on Thursday 6th October, Halifax Victoria Theatre on Friday 7th October, Leeds O2 Academy on Sunday 9th October and Hull City Hall on Thursday 13th October. For tickets and more information, visit http://gigst.rs/gol
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