Kristian Woolf set to make a comeback to Totally Wicked Stadium
Kristian Woolf, the former assistant coach of the St Helens, is making a return to Totally Wicked Stadium as their new Head Coach.
This announcement has come as a surprise to many Rugby League fans, as Woolf left the club back in 2018 to return to Australia. The Saints have been without a Head Coach since the departure of Justin Holbrook, who joined the Gold Coast Titans in August of 2019.
Woolf’s previous experience at the club.
Woolf was previously the Assistant Coach of the Saints and was a crucial part of the coaching staff that led the club to the Super League Grand Final in 2018, where they clinched their first-ever Grand Final win against Warrington Wolves. Woolf left the club to return to Australia and took on the role of the Head Coach of Tonga National Rugby League team. Woolf helped Tonga reach the semi-finals of the Rugby League World Cup in 2017.
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Woolf’s return to St. Helens will see him take charge of a team that has a solid foundation, with the likes of James Roby and Alex Walmsley still at the club. However, Woolf will need to add some new signings if he is to replicate the success he had in his previous stint at the club.
Kristian Woolf’s return to the Saints has been greeted with excitement by the fans, who are hoping for similar success under his leadership again. With the new season starting soon, it will be interesting to see how the team opens up under their new Head Coach.
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Summary:The former assistant coach of St Helens, Kristian Woolf, is back at the Totally Wicked Stadium as their new Head Coach. Woolf’s return to the Saints has been greeted with excitement by the fans who hope for similar success under his leadership again. Woolf led the club to the Super League Grand Final in 2018, where they clinched their first-ever Grand Final win against Warrington Wolves. The club has been without a coach since the departure of Justin Holbrook in August 2019. #SPORT