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The Warriors have suffered another major setback.
Hooker PJ Marsh has shown no improvement since having neck surgery nine months ago, and maybe forced to retire from the game.
A scan has shown insufficient improvement to partially dislocated vertebrae.
Marsh suffered the injury early last season while playing Parramata and has been sidelined since.
Warriors team Doctor, Chris Hanna said today that Marsh will have to have another reconstructive operation and even then there is only a 50/50 chance that he could play again.
It is the second scan since his operation that has shown no progress.
Coach Daniel Anderson says it is the worst possible news for the club and for Marsh.