Podcast: Mitch Garbutt on life in France & Leeds Rhinos

Mitch Garbutt is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast!

The Toulouse forward discusses life in France and the club’s first win in Super League over champions St Helens.

Garbutt, 32, also discusses who he thinks could take the coaching vacancy at Leeds.

James Gordon and Josh McAllister also discuss all the latest in rugby league, including Will Pryce’s recent ban.

Mitch Garbutt latest guest

Garbutt won two Grand Finals with the Rhinos and enjoyed 84 appearances for the Headingley Stadium side. He made his professional debut in 2013 with Melbourne Storm in the NRL against former club Newcastle Knights.

He spent two seasons with the Storm before linking up with Brisbane Broncos.

Ahead of the 2015 season, Garbutt made the switch to Super League with Leeds. He made his debut against St Helens.

Garbutt was a part of the successful side that won the domestic treble in 2015, lifting the League Leaders’ Shield, the Challenge Cup and winning the Super League Grand Final.

He was also a part of their 2017 winning Grand Final side who beat Castleford 24-6 at Old Trafford. He was named at starting prop.

Garbutt went on to join Hull KR for the 2019 and 2020 seasons before joining Toulouse. He featured from the bench in their promotion-winning final over Featherstone in 2021.

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Also on the podcast

Ryan Hall on England, NRL and life after league

Chris Thorman on Cumbrian Super League team, mergers and NRL dreams

Ryan Brierley on his Toronto nightmare and emotional Salford move

Kyle Amor on the disciplinary and his future

John Bateman on his journey from young kid from Bradford to superstar

About Josh McAllister 1313 Articles
Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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