Chris Chester can still remember the events of October 19 last year like it was yesterday. Stuck on the toughest losing run of his coaching career, and fighting to keep the club he supported as a boy afloat, Chester was summoned by his chief executive at Wakefield, Michael Carter, for a chat. He had no…

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