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Episode 22 - Bradley Clyde

“To be the best there has to be a strong respect for innovation, you can adapt all the best practices till the Cow’s come home, but to be the best you have to bring something new to the game and Tim Sheens managed to be able to do that to most training sessions and he loved the thought of the Raiders innovating the game”

My special guest is Bradley Clyde. Brad is a legend of rugby league having played 227 first grade games for the Canberra Raiders, Canterbury Bulldogs and Leeds Rhinos. He had a distinguished representative career for NSW and Australia and was awarded two Clive Churchill medals in 1989 and 1991 and a Proven Summons medal in 1994.

You will learn plenty from Bradley Clyde in episode 22 of the Talking with TK Podcast.


3:20 - Challenges & Goals in his corporate career

7:00 – Innovation through the Canberra Raiders

8:24 – His playing style

10:00 – Career reflection

12:45 – Achievement at such a young age

13:50 – Accountability

14:20 – 1989 Grand Final memories

17:30 – Pregame preparations

18:40 – Challenges from injury in 1990

20:15 – 1993 Raiders and dealing with Ricky Stuart’s injury

24:00 – The Raiders point of difference

26:00 – Noa Nadruku

28:30 – Shaun Edwards and his apology

30:00 – Signing with Super League

32:30 – 1995 being locked out of rep footy

33:12 – Any superstitions

33:50 – Favourite ground outside of Bruce Stadium

35:00 – Posters on his bedroom wall growing up

36:00 – 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party



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