Trent Robinson has developed a reputation as arguably the greatest coach of the last decade.
Three premierships and as many World Club Challenge titles since 2013, puts the Roosters coach in rarefied territory.
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Roosters win WCC
Rugby League: The Roosters made history by becoming the first team to win back-to-back World Club Challenge trophies. The Chooks winning 20 – 12 over St Helens.
The bit-part NRL player has enjoyed an unorthodox journey to the top of the coaching world.
And after adding a third World Club title to his growing list of honours, Robinson offered incredible in-depth analysis into how the Roosters beat St Helens on Sunday.
Picking apart his team’s defensive frailties and attacking prowess, Robinson joined Sky Sports’ Jon Wells to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly from their win over the Saints.
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“I feel like I’m in the trench, I still like we’re still fighting for my best and the team’s best,” Robinson said.
“I’m interested in the play in the next couple of years – how can I as a coach and as a coaching group take this group of players [forward]?
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“They’re ripe and hungry. As a coach I need to live up to their expectation, I need to keep getting better, that’s the motivation.”
Originally published asA master at work: Robbo offers incredibly in-depth analysis of Roosters WCC win
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