French Will be ToughBy Lucile GibertiPaul Noone's career began in 1999 in the Wolves' first team. Before that, he has been with the club since he was 14 from Widnes Tigers.Super league XI starts 10th February 2006 (12th February: Warrington Wolves v Salford City Reds). A new French team will play: Catalans Dragons.On the 6th May, the Wolves will play against Les Catalans Dragons on Perpignan's stadium.Have you started pre-season training yet?/strong>Yes, it's been very hard, we have been training for 3 weeks now, and it's going good.What are the goals of the team for the new season? To do better than last year, this was finish higher in the league (5th), to win a cup.What are your personal goals?To play as many games as possible, (in the starting line up) to make in to a grand final and win.Being French, do you think the new French team (Catalans Dragons) will be able to compete in super league?Yes, because they have made some very good signings such as Stacey Jones, I think they will do well.What is, for you, the most important game of the season?The entire one's I play in, because as a professional you're under pressure to perform (to your best).Which team do you think will be hardest to play next season?The French team Les Catalans, because you don't know what to expect, because they are a new team in the competition.Who do you think will win Super League XI?/strong>Hopefully we (Warrington Wolves) but I think maybe Leeds, Bradford or St Helens are the main favourites to win Super League.
02, Dec, 2005