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A pair of guests on Zoom this week, as we first here from England's Rob Hawkins after their physical match with France in Marseille a couple of Saturday's ago, with his thoughts on the two nominees for the Golden Boot, hopes for 2024 and why the incl... more
In our last LIVE episode of 2023, we think, we're joined by former Sheffield Eagles GM, and member of the RLWC 2021 team, Liam Claffey for a catch-up now he's out of the world of Rugby League. With bits of news including a new home for Magic Weekend,... more
Robert Hicks joins us in the studio to talk about many and various Rugby League topics, as the sport looks forward to 2024, and beyond. From grading to officiating, communications to brains, IMG to our standing in the world of sport and much, much mo... more
I have listened to this show avidly since the days on Yorkshire Radio. The team are expertly informed on the game and serve up a weekly round up of everything rugby league with great humour.
Enjoying the podcast recently with James joining the team. Different perspective & really well informed, I hope it is long term thing.
Always a good listen, Richard and Phil always make my walk to work brighter. I don’t come from a Rugby League area so to be able to listen to people discuss the game in the way I would is refreshing.
Quite depressing. They talk about subjects and say "We're middle aged white blokes so what do we know." Christ, you can't all of a sudden become Twenty something year old Polynesians ffs. Give your woke opinion, or don't. Schoey was the only one worth listening to. 0 stars if it were possible. And it's not Premiere sports, it's Premier sports1
Always great … but better with guests in the shape of John Davidson or Schoey! Poorer without Mark Wilson. I realise this 5-star review is hardly glowing so far so, to balance the negatives, this is a consistently on-the-money RL podcast which is always willing to say it like it is. Recommended.
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Forty20 Rugby League Podcasts launched 5 years ago and published 111 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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