Let The Challenge BeginThe Wolves take on Wigan Warriors in Round 16 of Tetley's Super League VII. The Wolves are in need of points having only won three games so far in the campaign. Head Coach, Dave Plange accesses the situation of the upcoming game and last weekend's fixture in Carcassonne, France."Stuart Raper's influence is now paying dividends for the Wigan outfit and as such, this fixture represents a massive challenge for us. Having said that, I'm sure that the conditions cannot come close to the levels of physical demand placed upon the players in last week's inferno in Carcassonne. It was a pity to have undergone such torture to get back within striking distance only to have the game cruelly sealed in London's favour some six minutes from time. Having said that the players are looking forward to the challenge and are confident of coming up with a committed display over the eighty minutes and if this can be achieved, then I'm sure there will be plenty of excitement for both sets of supporters."Warrington and London saw over 500 fans travel to the South of France for Round 15 to support the team, "I would at this stage like to pay the utmost respect to all of the travelling supporters who ventured out to the south of France. It was a remarkable effort on your part and was very much appreciated by all concerned with the club."This weekend will see the possible return of Warrington's long term injuries, "On the injury front, we are now close to reaching a full strength squad of players with Dean Busby and Lee Penny close to returning to full active condition which of course presents us with selection headaches but I would much rather have these kinds of problems."
27, Jun, 2002