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Extension for Bluey - Australian Rugby league News
globalrugbyleague - Tue, 13 Jan 2009 22:16:00 GMT
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McLennan won't be joining the unemployment line anytime soon after extending his contract until the end of the 2010 season.

The former
New Zealand head coach– famous for winning titles in his first year
with domestic and international squads – led the Rhinos to a second successive
Super League Grand Final win after taking over from Tony Smith in 2007.

By the time
the man affectionately known amongst players as “Bluey” secured his first
premiership, his tale of success was already the envy of the code, having
captured a World Club Challenge win over Melbourne.

Perhaps his
most famous title was the one he captured against Australia during the
2005 Tri-Nations final. It's a great debate to have amongst fans of a rising super coach.
Either way Brian McLennan is a man in demand and if he
continues to deliver the goods as quick as he’s proven he can, surely it is
only a matter of time before an NRL club comes calling on a non-peak hour long distance phone call.

McLennan is
over the moon at securing a third year at the Rhinos.

“"I am really pleased have extended my stay in Leeds. We
have a fantastic set up here and I am proud to be part of it," McClennan told
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