Warrington Wolves tempt Australian great Greg Inglis out of retirement

19 May 2020 06:36
Inglis quit the game last April while with NRL’s South SydneyWolves say versatile back will not be a marquee playerThe Warrington Wolves chief executive, Karl Fitzpatrick, has insisted the signing of the Australian great Greg Inglis does not fly in the face of rugby league’s economic struggles. It comes with many top sides applying for a share of the £16m emergency loan issued to the sport by the government to protect its future.Warrington announced on Tuesdaythey had signed Inglis for next season, one of the biggest deals in Super League history, and Fitzpatrick insisted the 33-year-old 2013 World Cup winner, who made 39 appearances for his country in numerous positions in the backs, has not come out of retirement for a payday. Related: Government loan points to a very different future for rugby league | Aaron Bower Related: NRL referees rule out strike despite failed talks with league Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian