Footy legend Laurie Daley says NRL will have its first female head coach within 10 years

Rugby league has been seen as only a man’s game for many, many years – but no longer, according to footy legend Laurie Daley.

The 53-year-old NSW, Kangaroos and Raiders great has firmly believes women are ready to makes waves in the NRL’s top coaching roles.

It comes as the NRLW gets ready for its sixth season amidst a stunning rise in popularity, culminating in more than 42,000 people watching Millie Boyle’s Newcastle Knights defeat Parramatta in this year’s grand final. 

Daley has been a very vocal supporter of not only the NRLW since its inception, but of more girls and women playing and being involved with the game. He insists it’s ‘inevitable’ there will be a female coach at the top level in male footy very soon.

Footy legend Laurie Daley believes the NRL will, at some point in the next five to 10 years, see females flourish coaching at the highest level for males

Footy legend Laurie Daley believes the NRL will, at some…

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