It is a bright, early-spring morning at Wakefield Trinity training, and Michael Carter can afford himself a moment of self-reflection. The final curtain is looming on Carter’s ten-year reign in charge at the Super League club, but there is still plenty of work to be done. Carter has just hurriedly arranged a venue for Wakefield’s…

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