Shaun Wane: ‘I don’t cry much but I’ve just got upset then, haven’t I?’

Wigan’s coach, facing the Grand Final against Warrington, is aiming to leave his beloved club with a fifth major trophy

It is often a thankless task trying to get a read on the stony-faced Shaun Wane and his emotions, but as the record buttons were pressed in front of the Wigan coach this week it was fairly simple to work out what was about to happen.

For 35 years – barring a short spell with Leeds in the early 1990s – Wigan has been all that he has known. From a boot-cleaning academy prospect to the uncompromising front-rower who made his name as a player; from overseeing the Warriors’ junior development to delivering trophy after trophy with his beloved home-town club, Wane has seen and done it all with Wigan.

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