Brian McDermott agrees Toronto Wolfpack contract extension
Toronto Wolfpack head coach Brian McDermott has consented a contract extension with the team ahead of their debut Super League effort.
Toronto was led by the Grand Final trainer together with the staff posting an impressive 28-1 record in his first season in charge, to advertising.
The 49-year-old will bring Super League head coaching expertise from his past charms with Harlequins and Leeds Rhinos into the Wolfpack’s debut season, which starts in February.
“In 2020 we’ll end up at the Super League and also on a personal noteI can’t wait to return there but more to the point, this team deserves to be at the top level and we will provide a solid showing week in and week out,” McDermott said.
“I need to thank the players, fans and staff at Toronto and overseas for welcoming me to the Wolfpack household. The club is excellent and I am thrilled to perpetrate long term and to continue what will be an exciting journey and is.
“Toronto Wolfpack offers a challenge and ambition that not many other clubs have. I am excited at being a part of something that could actually be a game changer for football league in the united kingdom and across the globe.”
The extension of mcDermott follows the registering of superstar Sonny Bill Williams, that the team have made the highest paid player in history of Toronto.
The North American group appear to be intent on putting together a team that may give a opportunity to improve his seven League titles to McDermott – of which came at Leeds, a few, and also the other three playing for the Rhinos.