(c) Wigan Warriors

Kris Radlinski hopes rugby league can use the return of supporters as a seminal moment to unite the sport back together – after revealing the financial impact empty stadiums have had on some of the game’s leading clubs. Wigan will have to wait longer than most other Super League sides to host fans at the…

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