By STEVE MASCORD
CHRIS Sandow says the quality of his football will determine whether he returns to the NRL when his Warrington contract expires at the end of next year. 271 more words
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Warrington Wolves will be without Chris Sandow for two months as the influential half back recovers from a hamstring injury.
The 27 year-old tore his hamstring in the game against Wigan at the start of the month and was initially ruled out for four months, however Wolves head coach Tony Smith has revealed the injury is healing well: 144 more words
After the 2015 super league season, it was vital that Tony Smith and the Warrington Wolves went back to the drawing board. The seasons performance had flashes of previous times in the Wolves’ history, a time that fans won’t want to remember quickly where the club just managed to keep their heads above water in England’s top division. 461 more words