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In this podcast
2:00 - Welcome Kevin Sinfield 3:05 - Reflections back on his achievements 4:20 - Moving from playing to running a club 7:25 - Value of feedback 10:55 - Rob Burrow 11:53 - Growing up in Oldham 14:25 - Playing at Wembley at 11 16:32 - Coming through the ranks 18:48 - Oldham rugby league 20:59 - Early mentors 22:06 - Why he chose the Leeds Rhinos 25:50 - His first team debut at 16 30:15 - The Lancashire boys 31:34 - Handling missing the Challenge Cup Final 36:30 - Adversity 37:06 - Getting the captaincy at the Rhinos 40:02 - Playing against the Australian Kangaroos 41:35 - Offers from the NRL 46:05 - How the town of Leeds reacted after breaking their 32 year premiership drought 49:32 - Winning three consecutive and the rivalry with St Helens 53:00 - How they finally won the Challenge Cup 56:39 - Visualisation 57:56 - His preferred position 1:01:12 - His favourite try 1:02:32 - His funniest team mate 1:03:34 - Favourite ground outside of Headingley 1:05:21 - Best sledge from a spectator 1:07:26 - 5 people he would invite to a private dinner party
Kevin Sinfield is a legend of the English Super League. He played 521 games for the Leeds Rhinos scoring 3967 points from 86 trys, 1792 goals and 39 field goals. His time at Leeds includes being the only captain to have led a team to win three consecutive Super League titles while he won the Golden Boot in 2012. His representative career includes 26 games for England and 14 caps for Great Britain. Post footy he is the Director of Rugby for the Leeds Rhinos.