WILLIE ISA has issued a heartfelt apology for the ban that rules him out of four crucial Wigan clashes.
The back-rower was handed a four-match suspension for two separate incidents in last Friday’s 26-2 home defeat by St Helens and cautioned over another offence as he completely lost his discipline in the second half.
Isa, 32, received a three-game ban for attacking a grounded Jack Welsby off the ball, as well as one match for a 53rd-minute strike with his forearm.
Now he has said sorry for his actions ahead of tonight’s crunch game at home to play-off rivals Leeds.
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