While the usual plethora of names were publicly being linked with the sizeable job of succeeding Ian Watson at Salford Red Devils, there was never any doubt internally about what would happen next. “It was always, always going to be Paul Rowley,” Salford’s executive director, Paul King, explains to Thirteen. The club received a raft…

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