Super League: Rob Burrow gives his views on Leeds, dissent and the 'Golden Point'

Last Updated: 15/03/13 11:43am

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Rob Burrow: against Super League introducing the 'Golden Point' into league matches

Rob Burrow: against Super League introducing the 'Golden Point' into league matches

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Sky Sports News Radio (@SSNRadio) caught up with Rob Burrow ahead of Leeds Rhinos' Super League clash against the Wigan Warriors on Friday.

Burrow insists the Rhinos will be hoping to bounce back from last weekend's home defeat to the Huddersfield Giants against the old foes Wigan.

Leeds were below par against Paul Anderson's men and the fleet-footed playmaker insists Brian McDermott's men need to retain the ball better against the high-flyers.

The Leeds scum half does not believe 'backchat' against match officials is something that rearing its ugly head in the game following Gareth Hock's red card against Bradford Bulls.

We have had five draws in the new 2013 season already, but Burrow is against Super League following the NRL's example by bringing in the 'Golden Point' to decide matches where the teams are level.

Click here to listen to Rob Burrow's full interview on Sky Sports News Radio
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