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From The Coach’s Office: Joining a new camp

By LEE ADDISON I NOTICED this week that it has been one year since Wigan played the Catalans Dragons at the Camp Nou stadium in...

From The Coach’s Office: NRL expansion without relocation

By LEE ADDISON HERE's the Addison blueprint for future success. And we AVOID a relocation of clubs! KEY CHANGE NUMBER ONE We need to make it easier for...

From The Coach’s Office: England is way behind

By LEE ADDISON THE World Club Challenge matches in recent years have once again shown the gulf between league in the UK and Australia. Throw...

From The Coach’s Office: Corona reboot – player behaviour

By LEE ADDISON MUCH has been made of NRL player behaviour in recent years. As a head coach who has worked with some of the best,...

From The Coach’s Office: Pushing players to the absolute limits

By LEE ADDISON If CORONAVIRUS  means pressing the rest button, then it’s time for Coaches and Strength and conditioners in the NRL and other high...

From The Coach’s Office: Struggling To Handle It

By LEE ADDISON THE first commentator I remember using the term was Shaun McRae, a coach and commentator in the English Super League before he...

Discord: Media proprietors’ dark arts in propaganda

By STEVE MASCORD ONE evening in the late 1980s, working in the Sussex Street, Sydney, offices of Australian Associated Press, I received a call from...

From The Coach’s Office: The Corona Reboot

By LEE ADDISON The Corona Reboot – Part 1, What has our game become? FIRSTLY, let me tell you that I’m a practising coach of over...

The Roaring 2020s: Australian league’s dizzying heights will make its fall more painful

By STEVE MASCORD IN TIMES like these, sometimes it pays to be, well, smalltime. For instance, how has my income been hit by the Covid-19 crisis?...

Discord: Danger and opportunity – who’s got what?

By STEVE MASCORD JOHN F Kennedy told people in the 1960s that the Chinese symbol for crisis was made up of one stroke which means...

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From The Coach’s Office: Digging For Victory II

By LEE ADDISON The story of an open men’s representative side 2014–2016 Continuing from Part One, the story of the Ipswich Diggers men’s representative team...

From The Coach’s Office: Digging For Victory #1

By LEE ADDISON The story of an open men’s representative side 2014–2016 I’M GOING to give you the inside story of a coaching job I...

From The Coach’s Office: Joining a new camp

By LEE ADDISON I NOTICED this week that it has been one year since Wigan played the Catalans Dragons at the Camp Nou stadium in...

Guess who tops the Super League offload charts?

By JIMMY SMITH TORONTO might be rooted to the bottom of the Super League table with no wins from their six games but there is...

Inglis had intended to make a comeback with Macksville

By STEVE MASCORD AUSTRALIAN superstar Greg Inglis was planning to return his childhood club on the NSW North Coast for a season before Warrington swooped...

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