Wigan legend Andy Farrell has sent a video message of support to Warriors fans amid the current coronavirus pandemic.
After signing from Orrell St James ARLFC, Farrell went on to become a Wigan great. Between 1991 and 2004, he made 370 appearances, scoring 111 tries and kicking 1336 goals (plus 19 drop-goals), accumulating to 3135 points.
The club captain of over eight years went on to win six League Championships, four Challenge Cups, one World Club Challenge and four Premiership Trophy’s.
A regular in the Super League Dream Team, Farrell also won the Man of Steel Award twice and the Golden Boot in his final year at the Club.
Hear from the former England and Great Britain representative in the message below.
❤️ "I hope we are all looking out for one another and got each other's back - just like all Wiganers always do. In trying times that's when the character of a true Wiganer always comes out."— Wigan Warriors 🍒⚪️ (@WiganWarriorsRL) April 10, 2020
🤩 A very special #GoodFriday message from Wigan legend, Andy Farrell... #WWRL pic.twitter.com/pqhvTmPQ0P