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In his first interview since returning to the Sydney Roosters over the Off-Season, former player turned Coach Braith Anasta catches up with Roosters TV.

Anasta, who retired from the game at the conclusion of last season, has signed on as an Assistant to NYC Head Coach Adam Hartigan in 2015 while also continuing his role as a commentator for Fox Sports.

Anasta opens up on his role in Hartigan’s NYC Coaching Staff, talks retirement and more time with the family, what it felt like and why he had to return to the Tricolours, telling Roosters TV he “couldn’t resist” the offer and was “Roosters through and through.”

Anasta speaks openly about the Club including that he was, “passionate about the Club” as it’s a “good fit” before even adding that he was ”loving being back” at Roosters HQ.

The former Skipper also shares thoughts on the appointment of Jake Friend and Mitchell Pearce as Co-Captains of the Club.

Back onto his role in 2015, Anasta discusses the 2015 U20s Squad, gives his wrap up on last week’s Round 1 loss and tells us what needs to improve before Sunday’s Round 2 clash with the Rabbitohs U20s.

Plus, in a special finish ahead of this weekend’s clash with our arch-rivals, the former NSW and Australian representative opens up on why this fixture means a little bit more than any other, every season, to Roosters and Rabbitohs players – and why he’ll be sharing that with our Junior Chooks this Sunday.


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