Chairman Ian Lenagan has accepted full responsibility for the Wigan Warriors’ below-par Super League season.
Super League champions St Helens will open the defence of their title against Catalans Dragons on February 6.
Wigan chairman Ian Lenagan has dismissed calls for forward Ben Flower to be sacked following his attack on Lance Hohaia.
Greater Manchester Police are investigating death threats made to banned Wigan rugby league player Ben Flower.
Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook has been fined for swearing in the immediate aftermath of St Helens' Grand-Final triumph.
Wigan general manager Kris Radlinski has been promoted to a position on the club's board of directors.
Wigan forward Ben Flower has been banned for six months for his attack on Lance Hohaia during Saturday's Grand Final.
Sky Sports’ rugby league experts Jon Wells and Tony Rea both believe the RFL were right to hand out a six-month ban to Ben Flower.
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