Podcast: Rangi Chase on his rugby league journey, playing for England & retirement
Rangi Chase is the latest guest on the Love Rugby League podcast.
The 2011 Man of Steel winner discusses his career so far, including making the move to Castleford in 2009 from the NRL.
The half-back goes into depth about his time with England under Steve McNamara, his rugby league journey in the UK and discusses his retirement thoughts.
Chase, 35, also talks about some of his favourite team-mates and the current Super League competition.
James Gordon and Josh McAllister also discuss all the latest in rugby league, including all the Challenge Cup discussions.
Rangi Chase on Love Rugby League podcast
Chase has made more than 200 career appearances across stints in both Australia and the UK.
The New-Zealand born player made his professional debut with Wests Tigers in 2006 before making the move to St George Illawarra in 2007.
He made the switch to Super League with Castleford ahead of the 2009 season, and went on to win the 2011 Man of Steel award. He appeared for Exiles in 2011 before going on to represent England, winning eight caps.
Chase has gone on to play for the likes of Salford, Leigh, Widnes and West Wales Raiders.
He joined Rochdale during the 2021 season, and signed a new one-year deal with the League 1 club for the 2022 campaign alongside Fuifui Moimoi.
Rangi Chase: Moving to Castleford was the best thing that happened to my career
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Also on the podcast
Mitch Garbutt on life in France & Leeds Rhinos
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