Former NRL enforcer Josh McGuire has been proven a crimson card throughout his debut for the Warrington Wolves in a 22-10 win over the Leigh Leopards.
The pre-season trial served as his teammate Ben Currie’s testimonial sport — however now the Wolves’ key recruit may sit out the primary sport of the Super League season.
The 32-year-old was despatched off for dissent and it stays unclear precisely what the previous Cowboys, Broncos and Dragons ahead mentioned to obtain the straight crimson card.
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Speaking within the post-match press convention, Warrington coach Daryl Power was confused as to why his star recruit was given his marching orders.
“He said something but I’m still not entirely sure what it was. I need to find out more about that one because to be honest, I’ve no idea at the minute,” Powell mentioned.
“We’ll get to the bottom of that one. We don’t really have any evidence of what’s been said at the moment. We’ll find out during the week.”
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McGuire will now have to attend for the Match Review Committee’s choice as to his punishment and will sit out towards Leeds Rhinos on February 17.
The former consultant gun joined a number of former NRL stars in making the transfer to ply their commerce for the Wolves.
Former Bulldogs Sam Kasiano, Matt Dufty and Paul Vaughan in addition to Peter Mata’utia and English worldwide George Williams all play for Warrington.