Billy Magoulias confident Warrington can turn poor form around

Drew Darbyshire
Billy Magoulias Warrington Wolves

Warrington’s new signing Billy Magoulias believes the Wolves could go on a run once they turn their fortunes around and bring their losing streak to an end.

Daryl Powell’s side have lost their last five games in all competitions and currently sit seventh in the Super League table.

The Wolves face neighbours Salford in Rivals Round on Thursday night, where they will aim to get their first win on the board since Toulouse away back in February.

And with pressure mounting on Warrington, Magoulias has called for calm and has backed his side to bounce back.

“We are only seven games in and there are still 20-odd to go,” he told Love Rugby League. “It’s not like we are at the bottom, I think we’ll be fine.

“I think once we turn that switch and start putting some performances together then we’ll start to roll on. We’ll be alright.”

Billy Magoulias loving life in Warrington

The Greece international arrived at Warrington in the off-season from NRL side Cronulla Sharks.

“I’m really enjoying it,” Magoulias added.

“I’m enjoying the club side of things as well as the footy side of things as well. Living over here is a different change but I’ve really enjoyed it. It has been good.

“I’ve always thought highly of Warrington. I saw Andrew Johns and Greg Inglis come over and I always kept tabs on them thinking it would be an awesome experience to play for them and when it happened I actually thought this is pretty cool.

“I’m not just saying this because I signed but if I had an option to choose from anyone, then it would be Warrington. I think it is quite cool where it is, being in the middle of Liverpool and Manchester. It is a nice town and the people are passionate so I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

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