Super League season preview podcast
Friday 03 February 2012
It's almost time for the talking to stop and the action to start, so come get ready for it all with the PROBIZ Tryline podcast.
Much has changed since Leeds Rhinos' Grand Final victory over St Helens, not least the title sponsor with the competition now going by the name Stobart Super League.
There's a new team to play following Widnes' return to top-flight rugby league, while fans have brand spanking new stadiums to visit following the close season moves by St Helens and Salford.
As ever there has been plenty of player movement on the transfer front and several new coaches are aiming to make their mark after being appointed by their respective clubs.
Featured guests on this pre-season special PROBIZ Tryline podcast include Ian Millward, Craig Sandercock, Peter Gentle and Brian McDermott plus many more from this week's Stobart Super League launch event at Old Trafford.
To listen to the show, click play on the video above.
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