Leeds Rhinos winger Ryan Hall couldn’t wait to work with new English coach Wayne Bennett.The 28-year-old, regarded as one of the world’s best wingers, is intrigued to see what style Bennett brings with him.
“I am actually looking forward to seeing what views he has on the game and how he will approach things,” Hall told The Yorkshire Evening Post.
“Obviously, he’s renowned for being a world-class coach but I’m interested to see if he has us playing an attacking game or a more conservative one.
“I’m excited to see what he can bring out of us. Whichever way he goes, he’s proved to be the best and I’m looking forward to working with him.
“The squad has a great look about it.
“It’s certainly quite diverse given the number of different teams and players. I think Wigan, with four, is the biggest and probably rightly so as they’re Grand Final winners.
“But everyone in the squad has either really excelled this year or – and I’m in this category – has plenty of international experience in the bank previously.”
First reported on the81stminute.com