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Rohan Smith: Leeds Rhinos head coach leaves after two years

Former Leeds Rhinos head coach Rohan Smith


Assistant coaches Chev Walker and Scott Grix will lead the team, who sit seventh in the table, in Friday’s home game against Leigh.

The Rhinos will be celebrating the life of legendary scrum-half Rob Burrow, who died at the age of 41 with Motor Neurone Disease (MND), before the match and Smith said he did not want ongoing “speculation” about his future to detract from the occasion.

“Friday will be a special night for the club and we wanted to remove the ongoing coaching speculation and distraction,” he told the club website., external

“Celebrating Rob’s life, the great work done by the club and Kevin Sinfield for the MND community and playing well is the focus for Friday.

“I believe this team can still achieve great things and I am proud of the work that the coaching team have done to develop players, especially the next generations.”

The Rhinos are just two points off sixth-placed Catalans with 14 games played.



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