In reality, Daryl Powell knew the warning signs were there long before anyone else. Powell’s arrival at Warrington Wolves last season was met with an unsurprising amount of hype and fanfare, given the success he enjoyed at Castleford Tigers on a much smaller budget than the one he was about to walk into at the…

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