In recent weeks, former Warrington Wolves half back Chris Sandow has made noises about his hope and intention to return to Super League with either his former club or another team in the top flight.
Now the player himself has confirmed that he will be starring once more in Super League in 2019, using his personal Instagram account to share the news. 29-year-old Sandow featured thirty-one times for Warrington between 2015 and 2016 before departing the club in acrimonious circumstances. Following the culmination of his final season with the club – in which he was named as an interchange in the Super League Grand Final – he returned home to Australia and, despite the club believing he would return in 2017, he didn’t and decided that he didn’t wish to return to The Wire.
Since then, he has been playing lower level rugby league for Norths Devils in the Queensland Cup and, more recently, Moranbah Miners in the Grade A Mackay competition. In recent weeks, Sandow has been linked with a move to Hull KR – a team who have made plain their ongoing search for a new half back – and had been angling for a move back to Warrington. However, that destination now seems highly unlikely and the future destination of Sandow – if, indeed, his post is accurate – will be made known in the not-too-distant future.