After helping Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson lead the club to back-to-back premierships, the coach whisperer has now set his sights on the USA and a Super Bowl.
Robinson highlighted in the lead up to the NRL Grand Final last week, which the Roosters won 14-8 over Canberra, that he had been seeking the expertise and advice of Bradley Charles Stubbs throughout the play-off series, which eventually led to the tricolours landing consecutive titles, a feat Stubbs also helped Sydney FC achieve in the Australian football A League.
The Roosters boss has been working with Stubbs since last season, but the coaching mentor revealed after the Grand Final that he now intends to head overseas to play his part in winning a Super Bowl title in the NFL.
“People ask me what I do, and what I do is re-program the subconscious mind that floods endorphins to the brain and that triggers proteins to the brain,” he told The Sydney Morning Herald.
“In turn, that gets the greatest performance out of anyone in being whatever they want to achieve. I tell people that. (But) I just sit in my hidey hole.
“I did go back-to-back with Graham Arnold for two Premier’s Plates. And in two weeks I’m off to the States to talk to some NFL clubs.”