The nights are drawing in and Christmas is getting closer: but that doesn’t mean the hard work has stopped at League Express.
We’ve another bumper issue available for you this week. Online from around 9:30pm on Sunday night, you can read it via the League Express app or via Pocketmags.com – or of course, wait until Monday morning to buy it from your local newsagent.
Here’s what we’ve got in this week’s issue:
- There’s a bumper pullout with all the details of the 2019 Championship and League 1 fixtures – as well as exciting new details about the brand new 1895 Cup.
- With reserve grade high on the agenda again, League Express has conducted in exclusive, in-depth survey in which every Super League club has been asked for their stance on the issue. It’s a must-read for all fans.
- And with that in mind, the two Super League clubs who will run reserve sides in 2019 have hit out at their Super League rivals in an explosive interview – including questioning whether clubs should be allowed to sign marquee players without committing to reserve rugby.
- There’s the latest from crisis-stricken Keighley Cougars – as one of their former employees issues a grave warning about the club’s future.
- It’s been a busy off-season at Wigan; and Warriors fans can hear from new coach Adrian Lam on a whole host of issues..
- ..as well as an in-depth Q&A with Warriors director Kris Radlinski on the entire state of the club’s – and Super League’s – affairs heading into 2019.
- We speak with Wakefield coach Chris Chester about his new deal – as well as who is likely to replace departing assistant coach Michael Monaghan next year at Belle Vue.
- He’s announced he will retire at the end of next season – so hear from Leeds legend and Hull KR half-back Danny McGuire on why now was the right time to bow out.
- We’ve news of a new dual-registration agreement in Super League for one club..
- ..while London chairman David Hughes explains to us about the possibility of the Broncos taking their home games on the road around the capital next year.
- Our editor Martyn Sadler asks whether the RFL can govern the game as Super League accrues more power.
- Our legend Garry Schofield tells us where he thinks clubs will finish in Super League next season.