What’s Inside League Express: 19th November edition

It may well be the off-season, but that hasn’t stopped the team at League Express!

We’ve got another bumper edition coming your way this week – and you can read it online as early as Sunday night. Simply download the League Express app on your smart device, or head to Pocketmags.com to grab the best read in rugby league from around 9:30pm. Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:

  • Our cover star this week is Warrington’s marquee signing, Blake Austin. The Australian opens up exclusively to League Express about why he’s joined the Wolves, what he turned his back on in the NRL and whether he already knows how long he’s going to be in England for in a must-read interview.
  • Warrington fans, there’s double the reason to read this week too – as we’ve an in-depth interview with CEO Karl Fitzpatrick, speaking on a whole host of topics ranging from 2019 recruitment, the Wolves’ financial position and the future for Super League and the sport as a whole.
  • It’s a busy issue for London Broncos fans; we’ve news of one arrival on his way to the capital from another Super League side in 2019..
  • ..while there’s also news of one reported target that WON’T be going to join Danny Ward’s side.
  • There’s more transfer news – this time from Hull KR, as we reveal a new face heading across the Pennines to join Tim Sheens’ side.
  • Castleford head of rugby Jon Wells speaks to us about not only their recruitment plans for 2019, but speculation they were rejected by Salford centre Junior Sa’u.
  • There’s been a lot of discussion about Huddersfield’s recruitment of late: and we’ve got news of one player who looks set to be STAYING at the club despite speculation of a move away.
  • There’s more on the story we brought you earlier in the week – that there’s a big departure imminent from Sky Sports which could have a major impact on rugby league coverage on the channel.
  • We speak to new Salford signing Adam Lawton – who reveals the incredible career change he’s undergone as he begins to restart his rugby league career once again!
  • St Helens Chairman Eamonn McManus tells us why he supports the Magic Weekend moving to Liverpool, while Newcastle Thunder MD Mick Hogan explains why he doesn’t, but why the Summer Bash should head to the northeast.
  • Where next for Jamaica following their incredible qualification for the 2021 World Cup? We speak to one of their longest-serving players – who has BIG ideas about where the Reggae Warriors go from here.
  • And Widnes legend Reggie Bowden is this week’s Rugby League hero who speaks to Richard de la Riviere about his amazing career.