- Thu Aug 31 10:42 PM
SkySports The 25-year-old Australian utility back, who has played the last seven matches for the Giants after joining them on a short-term deal from Wests Tigers, has now signed a three-year contract to remain at the John Smith's Stadium. "I'm very happy to have and more »
|I think we are all totally aware that this is our strength,
says Wagner. This is the key for us, to keep this togetherness and keep this strength. We altogether have to accept our role. It is an enjoyable role. Nobody has any complaints about the circumstances and the role that we ...
What happened last season does not count,
Wagner said. It is all about the present, the past is history.
It was a disappointing afternoon,
said Wagner. I think if we play Chelsea at home most people would expect us to concede a defeat, which we've got, and at the end it was a deserved defeat.
I'm not focused on what Chelsea have done, what signings they've done or their change of manager,