Brad Singleton is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast.
Singleton shares his thoughts on the recent busy Easter period. His Wigan side fell to a 22-4 defeat in the Good Friday derby against St Helens. They bounced back on Easter Monday with an impressive 54-10 win over Wakefield at the DW Stadium.
The prop forward discusses Wigan’s current form and working under current head coach Matt Peet. He also talks about the culture at the club.
Singleton also discusses Leeds’ culture problems and the power of positivity following the fall of Toronto. He also reveals plans for life after league.
More on Brad Singleton
The Barrow-born forward made his Super League debut in 2011 with Leeds, coming off the bench in a 46-12 win over Salford.
He spent time on loan with Dewsbury and Wakefield before breaking into Leeds’ first team. He was a part of the treble winning side in 2015. He became a double Super League champions following the 2017 Grand Final victory over Castleford. He played 178 games with the Headingley Stadium club.
Singleton has won three caps for Ireland, featuring in all their World Cup matches in 2017 Down Under.
In 2020, the international forward joined Toronto and made four appearances before making the switch to Wigan. He joined the club on a deal until the end of the 2023 season.
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