Joining host George Riley this week is Salford Red Devils head coach Paul Rowley on the Love Rugby League podcast.
The former player discusses his debut season in charge of the Super League side, who are eyeing up a spot in the play-offs in Super League.
Rowley, 47, talks through Brodie Croft’s first season with the club and the growing partnership he has formed with Marc Sneyd and Ryan Brierley.
The former Toronto boss discusses his experience with the Wolfpack and has his say on the current fight for promotion to Super League, backing his former club in Leigh.
Rowley also pays his respects to ex-player Ricky Bibey, who sadly passed away last week, aged 40.
Meanwhile, Love Rugby League reporter Josh McAllister joins to discuss all the latest in the sport.
More on Paul Rowley
Rowley represented England as a player and originally arrived at Salford in 2019 as a coaching consultant.
Prior to that, he spent four years as head coach of Leigh Centurions between 2012 and 2016, winning Championship coach of the year after his first season in charge and lifting the Championship twice with the side.
Rowley then took the reins at Toronto Wolfpack in 2017, winning the League 1 title in his first season.
He was appointed the head coach of the Red Devils ahead of the 2022 season following numerous roles with the AJ Bell Stadium side.
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