Rea fills in at London Broncos
Wednesday 18 July 2012
Tony Rea will coach the London Broncos for the remainder of the Super League season after Rob Powell stepped down with immediate effect.
The Broncos, who are currently bottom of the table, have endured a tough year with Powell guiding the capital club to just three top-flight victories.
Rea, a former head coach and chief executive of the club, will take over for the final seven games with a view to appointing a new man at the helm for next season.
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