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In response to Phi'ls comments and the comments of Tony Smith(warrington coach) made to the press earlier this week, I would like to piont out that warringtons was, in my opinion, the worst display of any of the play off teams last week end and goes to show that league position is not a guarantee of play off success. The current format was also voted for by 13 of the 14 teams in super league at the time of introduction. I also think it gives a chance for 1 or 2 of the less fashoinable teams in super league to gain extra revenue and more exposure on the "big stage". I am very happy with the current format and hope it stays like this for the forseable future and hopefully the experience that my team Wakefield have gained this year in the playoffs helps them to move forward as a club both on and off the pitch.
Posted 15:53 21st September 2012