On this week’s Super League Golden Point, Brian Carney, Barrie McDermott and Jon Wells discuss the key talking points from the world of rugby league.
The trio start by focusing on Shaun Wane’s decision to leave Wigan at the end of the season after spending six-and-a-half years in charge at the DW Stadium and highlight some big names that have been linked with the position.
Wane, 53, who made his first-team debut as a player for Wigan in 1982 and also worked as a scout at the club before becoming head coach, says at present he has no other job lined up.
After Kallum Watkins’ anterior cruciate ligament injury has put him out of action for eight months the trio look at the impact that this could have on Leeds’ title defence. Does it end their hopes of going back-to-back? And, from an international perspective who can step into Watkins’ shoes?
The team also look at on England Knights’ two-game series against Papua New Guinea and focus on the Summer Bash video referee trial.