Sheffield news Three Castleford Tigers players Daryl Powell could take to Warrington Wolves PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - Powell will change allegiances at the end of the season, but will he do it alone?
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! With it officially confirmed Daryl Powell will be heading to Warrington Wolves in 2022, attention will now turn to who could join him at the Halliwell Jones Stadium next year. It's certainly not unusual for a coach to take people with him to a new club. We saw that as recently as this season, when Ian Watson not only moved to Huddersfield with trusted off-field ally Greg Brown, but with Salford prop Luke Yates, too. So who are the Castleford players Powell could potentially target for his new club? Jake Trueman Trueman is arguably the jewel in Castleford's crown, but at the end of this season, the highly-rated half-back will only have one year remaining on his contract with the Tigers. Read More Related Articles Warrington Wolves and Daryl Powell are the match made in heaven to take both to new level Read More Related Articles Richard Agar's call for support to Leeds Rhinos' youngsters as they learn harsh truths on the frontline Speculation has never really gone away that Gareth Widdop is set to return to the NRL at some point, and half-back partner Blake Austin is also in the final year of his contract with the Wolves. And given the bond Trueman and Powell have, and the role Powell has played in Trueman's career to date, the prospect of them linking up again at another club feels likely - especially if Warrington have a spot available in the halves should one, or both, of Austin and Widdop depart. The big question though, is whether Castleford would even consider cashing in on their prized asset. Paul McShane Castleford Tigers' Paul McShane won the Super League Man of Steel award for 2020 It is difficult to imagine Paul McShane playing for anyone other than Castleford Tigers - but if the stars align, could he follow Powell across the Pennines to Warrington in 2022? The reigning Man of Steel is perhaps the prime example of how Powell is capable of taking an underperforming player to the next level.
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. Yes, Warrington already have two exceptional hookers in Daryl Clark and Danny Walker. But with speculation lingering that Clark is of interest to NRL sides next year, if the Wolves do enter the market for a hooker should Clark leave, there are few better than McShane. Derrell Olpherts
Derrell Olpherts was signed by Daryl Powell from Salford.
A quick glance at the players out-of-contract at Warrington at the end of this season makes for interesting reading, not least when you consider the fact established backs such as Greg Inglis, Tom Lineham, Toby King and Matty Ashton are on that list. The Wolves would almost certainly want to keep the likes of King - who has established himself as one of the best centres in the competition - beyond this year, but if an opening does arise in the three-quarters, Powell may look at the options he currently has under his stewardship at Castleford. Derrell Olpherts, like Trueman, remains under contract for 2022, making any move difficult on the face of it. But he, like so many players before him, has flourished under the guidance of Powell, and is making big strides at Super League level.
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