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Important to remain “sensible and calm” says Smith


VIDEO: WARRINGTON Wolves’ boss Tony Smith says the disappointing start to the season has been frustrating for all involved but it is important to remain sensible and calm.

He says any pressure is part of the job and something he doesn’t think about.

“We are experiencing what most teams go through at some stage and we have to make sure we handle it the right way.

“The players are working harder and striving to turn the season from where it is, to where it can be.”

Smith is not phased by the fact that next up for the Wolves is high flying Hull.

“Anyone can beat anyone on their day in this league,” he said. “Turning up and playing well against Hull could be a big bonus for us and our confidence.”

Smith also gives an update on the latest injury situation and why young half back Dec Patton is currently playing reserve grade.

To hear Smith’s full interview click on the video at the top of the page.

Tony in reflective mood after a recent defeat. Picture Eddie Whitham

Tony in reflective mood after a recent defeat. Picture Eddie Whitham


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