Paul Rowley Rejects Hull FC Offer and Leads Salford Red Devils to Victory

Rugby League: Paul Rowley Rejects Hull FC Offer, Leads Salford Red Devils to Impressive Victory

In a whirlwind week, Salford Red Devils’ head coach Paul Rowley rejected an approach from Hull FC to take over their vacant coaching role, instead opting to remain with his current club. Rowley’s decision was vindicated as his team delivered an impressive 17-12 victory over the high-flying Warrington Wolves.

The win was a significant result for the Red Devils, who have now moved level on points with Wigan, Warrington and Hull KR in the Super League standings. Rowley’s side showcased their resilience, overcoming a strong Warrington outfit that had only previously lost to the Catalans Dragons this season.

“The overriding thing for me is I enjoy the group that I represent. They’re a good group and it’s a pretty special club,” he said.

Rowley also praised the passionate Salford supporters, who were instrumental in driving their team to victory. “I feel good because I represent a passionate set of supporters, a passionate community, but most importantly the group of lads,” he added.

Despite concerns from fans and pundits about Salford’s lack of depth and the loss of key players, the Red Devils have defied expectations and currently sit in sixth place in the Super League table. Rowley’s commitment to the club has been a significant factor in their early-season success.

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