Lee Mossop is now part of the Positive Synergy team.
According to their website, Positive Synergy is a consultancy working with individuals and teams in sport, business and education to build high performance through leadership development, motivation, mental toughness and culture change.
For Mossop, it has a been a streamlined path from the rugby league field into his new role.
Prop Mossop joined Salford in 2017 from Wigan Warriors and became captain in 2018. Throughout his career, Mossop has had 11 reconstruction operations on his shoulders.
Walking into the AJ Bell Stadium off the back of the 2016 campaign that almost saw Salford relegated to the Betfred Championship, Mossop played a pivotal role in changing the fortunes at the club with the recent success of the last two years.
In 79 appearances for the Red Devils, the prop scored seven tries.
Mossop captained Salford to their first ever Grand Final in 2019, scoring a massive try against his former club Wigan at the DW Stadium in the Semi-Final.
The following season, the 32-year-old led Salford out at Wembley for their first Betfred Challenge Cup Final appearance in 51 years.
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