Cullens CommentPaul Cullens gives his view on the tough trip to Headinlgey last Friday and this weekends fixture against the Huddersfield Giants.POST MORTEM ON LEEDS ON FRIDAY NIGHT?A credible effort. The score board reflected the ability of the Leeds „Ęs to finish the breaks made as opposed to our inability to put the ball down when in their in goal. HOW ARE YOU COPING WITH THE PRESSURE OF 2 POINTS FROM 5 GAMES?By being realistic. We have lost 4 games, 3 away from home, to the teams that are currently 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the table. We are fighting hard under difficult circumstances and are looking forward to the time when we can force ourselves off the ropes.LEEDS IN THE POWERGEN CHALLENGE CUP DRAW AT HEADINGLEY. TOUGH CALL?We had 3 National league sides last year in the early rounds of the cup and scored points in the 80Ęs and 50Ęs; hardly the best preparation for Wigan in the semi-finals.We will now take on the best team in the country, away from home, whilst no where near full strength; just the odds that I prefer! A TOUGH EASTER DIARY COMING UP WITH SALFORD ON EASTER FRIDAY AND WIDNES ON TUESDAY NIGHT FOLLOWED BY LEEDS 3 DAYS LATER IN THE CUP. IS THE SHORT RECOVERY TIMES IN BETWEEN A MAJOR CONCERN?It is not a concern at all, because we have no choice in the matter. We simply accept the challenge. WHO IS BACK FOR SUNDAYĘS GAME AGAINST HUDDERSFIELD? Possibly Paul Wood, Logan Swann and Chris Bridge. HOW DID CHRIS BRIDGE GET ON IN THE U21S MATCH ON SATURDAY?Chris completed 70 minutes for the first time since August 2004, and reminded everybody of the reasons we brought him to Warrington.
17, Mar, 2005