Inside Andrew Webster’s 20-year journey to overnight NRL success

Of all the places to have a working holiday in Europe, the bottom of lifeless concrete steps at a rugby league ground in northern England, picking up papers, would be for very few people. There are Croatia and Crete and countless other exotic locations, but a ginger-haired footballer who knows his playing career is done prefers Craven Park.

Andrew Webster is visiting his brother, James, in Hull. Cynics of the city reckon you can replace one…

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