The 2004 season was one full of turmoil for the National Rugby League.
With off field scandals, rule changes and talk of big name players going to Rugby Union, it seemed like 2004 was a whirlwind of media noise that in many ways the game still feels the repercussions of to this very day.
In episode 9 of the Fergo And The Freak podcast we talked once more with our friend Matt Attard about the way the 2004 season unfolded and the longer lasting effects the year had on the game overall.
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