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Charnley

Sir John. 1911--82, British surgeon noted for his invention of an artificial hip joint and his development of hip-replacement surgery
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Warriors head coach Shaun Wane named his 19-man squad and was boosted by the return of Charnley, who has bagged 25 tries already this season, but missed the 52-10 Super League win at Wakefield with a calf injury he sustained while playing for England against the Exiles.
Having taken over in November 2005, Charnley installed himself as the most successful manager in the club's 63-year history, the pinnacle of which was winning the Midland Combination in May 2007.
Mr Charnley, now working at an Essex hospital, also claimed he was bullied by managers over waiting lists.
Trailing at the break to a Derek Patterson goal, sub Jim Fay levelled for Roy with a header after a Charnley free-kick rebounded off the bar.
But Charnley does not feel that the club are just operating to survive.
It was an unsustainable model, and one which could have led to financial ruin had it failed, but it was also the approach which Charnley,Ashley and Benitez collectively felt offered Newcastle the best chance of achieving promotion at the first attempt.
When asked if that was the case, Charnley told the Chronicle: "Nonsense.
Charnley has broken his silence after a turbulent summer for the club, speaking about Benitez's exit and "a period of uncertainty for supporters", but he also afforded the Chronicle an interview on the eve of the Premier League's opening weekend.
Charnley and Steve Bruce - along with head of recruitment Steve Nickson - are already working on potential January targets.
But dual-code star Charnley is convinced the Wolves can use the misery to end their 64-year wait for a League title.