When I first joined Castleford in 2018, I remember seeing something that has stuck with me to this day. There was something on the wall describing how it’s hard to explain how this club makes you feel, but without experiencing it, it’s difficult to understand. The first time you see that, you’re a bit nonchalant,…

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