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Sam Shinazzi and Adam Newman sit down with Sharks great Brett Kimmorley for a lengthy and insightful chat on his career at Cronulla, with an emphasis on the 2002 season.
Noddy discusses what brought him to the Shire, the toxic reaction from fans, his relationship with the likes of Chris Anderson, Preston Campbell, Matthew Johns (and plenty more), the shifts in the season from diabolical, to hopeful to genuine Premiership contenders and the 2002 Finals series; we also chat about FLAT ATTACK, the controversial term “culture”, his later years with Ricky Stuart and the 2008 season, as well as what Brett is up to now. We are really proud of this episode and hope you enjoy it too.
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Source: Rugby League Podcasting Network
34: 2002 Season Review with Brett Kimmorley