Blake Solly speaks about his life as a Rabbitoh

Craig ‘Tugger’ Coleman


On the podcast this week we talk to Rabbitohs legend Craig ‘Tugger’ Coleman & discuss all the big issues at South Sydney & the NRL.

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Don Cameron says: I saw Tugger grow up loving his football as a kid and as a senior player with South Sydney. There were some tough players that wore the red and green John Sattler, Les Davidson, David Boyle, Micheal Andrews but non tougher than Craig, he never took a backward step he had no fear. (28/12/2016) Rugby League Project

Legend Q&A: Craig Coleman

Captain in Focus: Craig Coleman

1989 Rabbitohs: Where are they now?

Latrell Mitchell & Josh Addo-Carr caught camping & fined

Get well soon Les Smith

Mavos mate Les Smith had an horrific accident with a circular saw at home in Canberra last Saturday. Les nearly lost 3 fingers & needed a 10 hour operation. Les is as mad a Rabbitoh as you will ever find & along with wife Cindy they often travel from the nations capital down to Rabbitohs games. Get well soon mate.

Not all were stars but NRL coaches make dream team

Chaps, Browny & Mavo work together as wharfies at Port Botany in Sydney. A lot of their workmates are former rugby league players so they have compiled a wharfie dream team that would surely be hard to beat. Can anyone out there match this team from their workplace?

Crash & The Crapenters Self Titled Album

Glenn Farah does his 25 push ups on Anzac Day 2020

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Season 1 Episode 3 Featuring Craig Coleman 31/7/2019

In this episode we look back at the Rabbitohs 20-16 round 19 win over the Dragons at ANZ Stadium, discuss the Souths pathways teams results, interview Bunnies legend Craig ‘Tugger’ Coleman & look ahead to the round 20 Sharks clash that we would go on to lose 39-24 at Shark Park. Browny & Mavo also share their memories of the Cronulla Sharks.

Craig Coleman

A Cheeky, irrepressible halfback, Craig Coleman played a record 283 grade games with Souths. Coleman was a tyro behind the scrumbase; able to mobilise his forwards with sharp passing and providing great service to his outside backs. He played for Widnes in 1986-87, where he left under a cloud when he preferred to play second grade, and for Hull in 1988-89. After a decade with the Rabbitohs, he left the club at the end of 1992 to play with Salford in England. The following year, Coleman returned to Australia after the February 1 deadline and threatened to take the ARL to court when denied a clearance to play with the G’Coast club. (He played in the Souths A Grade competition for the remainder of the year). Coleman brought his experience to the fore with the struggling Seagulls club in 1994-5 and despite his veteran status, saw out his career with Wests in 1996. But his heart was always at Souths, and he returned to the club as a lower grade coach before taking over from Steve Martin midway through 1998. Coleman was at the helm of the Rabbitohs when they were excluded from the 2000 NRL competition and fought for two years for the right to be included in the premiership competition. It was only fitting then, when Souths returned in 2002, that Coleman was back as first grade coach but the move was not a success. After the Rabbitohs struggled to be competitive in 2002 and in pre-season trials in 2003, Coleman was sacked by the club.
– ALAN WHITICKER

Craig Coleman played 207 first grade games for the South Sydney Rabbitohs
“We marched for our football team,” said Rabbitohs great Craig Coleman. “We were the most historic club in the league and we weren’t going to be thrown out. It wasn’t right. George Piggins, John Sattler & Craig Coleman march to the Sydney Town Hall to protest the Rabbitohs exclusion from the competition in 2000. Craig speaks about the fight against Rupert Murdoch & News Corp in Episode 3
Mike Gibson features Craig Coleman in 1987

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Long-term South Sydney Rabbitohs supporters ready for an on-field victory in NRL grand final

We look back at this round 19 clash in Episode 3

Rabbitohs V Dragons Round 19 Match Centre

We review this round 20 clash in Episode 3

Rabbitohs V Sharks Round 20 Match Centre

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