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Roosters Radio Episode 105: Victor Radley

On this weeks episode of Roosters Radio, we sit down with Roosters enforcer Victor 'The Inflictor' Radley.

Victor shares his excitement about returning this week after suspension, his opinion on his tackling style and what he has been up to in his spare time.

Radley also talks about his lessons from both Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend, his own role in the leadership group and his excitement towards our young Roosters squad.

We also hear from a special guest about the re-signing of Toops and Lindsay, along with NRLW star Jess Sergis.

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Radley spoke about his desire to come into a leadership role at the Roosters in the future, citing the influence of Cordner and Friend. 

"I'm really confident on the field with how we want to play, how the team wants to play and how I want to play," he said.

"So I think I'm going to have a really strong voice on the field. I've obviously got some stuff to work on, probably off the field just in that leadership department; stop being the young kid and start standing up a bit more.

"But I definitely think at training and on the field, I've got a really strong voice and a constant voice.

"But obviously there's still stuff to work on when I get to the calibre of Jake and Boyd who were pretty strong leaders for us for a long time. Someone's going to fall into those shoes and I've got a long way to go.

"I'm sure can be a great leader. I really enjoy it."


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Acknowledgement of Country

Sydney Roosters respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.