Instead of bringing coaches out of retirement, Salford should give their academy players a chance, says Phil Clarke.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke takes a look at the stats and asks how heavily each team relies on their goal kicker.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke ponders whether Wakefield Wildcats can defy the odds again and retain their Super League status.
Like it or not, attacking kicks have become the most important skill in rugby league, says Phil Clarke.
Sam Tomkins could end up at Warrington or Leeds rather than Wigan when he returns to Super League, says Phil Clarke.
Sky Sports' Phil Clarke gives his thoughts on what Jamie Peacock will be up to as Hull KR's Football Manager.
Phil Clarke says that the foundations that Super League teams lay now will hold them in good stead for the future.
Rugby is tackling the risks of concussion but ultimately it still comes down to the player, says Phil Clarke.
Phil Clarke says that rugby league is in danger of spiralling into chaos if it is not played by the rules.
In an age when taking risks is on the decline, Phil Clarke was delighted to see Rangi Chase try something different.
Phil Clarke says the results from the World Club series aren't as important as the growth of the sport they encourage.
Phil Clarke shares his reactions and thoughts on the opening round of Super League XX.
In his first column of the season, Phil Clarke explains why the new format in Super League will make the game better than ever.
Phil Clarke looks at previous finals between rivals Wigan and St Helens, but who does he think will win?
Phil Clarke looks at previous finals and gives his opinion on who will win this weekend's Grand Final.
Phil Clarke looks at the chances of the four teams vying for a spot in the Super League Grand Final.
Phil Clarke wants to know why attendances for the first round of the Super League play-offs were so low.
Phil Clarke picks his most improved player of the Super League XIX season, but do you agree?
As the season reaches its climax, Phil Clarke says he can't remember a better finale to a season.
Jamie Peacock is still a game changer and has dispelled the age myth, says Phil Clarke.