Salford Red Devils’ search for Ian Watson’s replacement is over, after former Halifax head coach Richard Marshall was appointed on Tuesday. Marshall saw off competition from a number of other highly-rated young, British coaches – but what convinced the Salford hierarchy he was the man to lead them into 2021 and beyond? ‘Tactically aware’ Salford…

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