This ANZAC Day we're honoured to share this 2015 piece by Andrew Ferguson.
Honouring Stan Carpenter...
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St Helens coach Daniel Anderson is fully aware of the attacking threat of Leeds Rhinos full-back Brent Webb, having given him his breakthrough in the game.
It was Anderson, then coach of the New Zealand Warriors, who plucked Webb from the obscurity of country rugby league in Queensland six years ago and then, as New Zealand coach, gave him his Test debut in the opening match of the 2004 Tri-Nations Series.
Webb has not looked back since and was one of the outstanding players in the 2006 Tri-Nations before taking up a two-year contract with Leeds.
Anderson will coach against Webb for the first time this evening when he takes the defending engage Super League champions to Headingley Carnegie for a mouth-watering Roses showdown.
Webb has been a simmering threat for the Rhinos so far this season but is clearly one of the danger men for Anderson