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It's sure to be an emotional weekend for Warrington coach Tony Smith.
After nine years at the club he'll say goodbye at tomorrow's game against Hull KR.
He had this message for Wolves fans.
Warrington's former Australia international Kurt Gidley has announced he will retire at the end of the season.
The 35-year-old full-back or half-back is halfway through the second of two 12-month deals with the Wolves, having previously been a one-club man for hometown club Newcastle Knights for 14 years.
Gidley, who has so far made 48 appearances for Warrington including last year's Challenge Cup final and Grand Final, will take his family back to Newcastle at the end of the year.
"I'm really grateful that I got the opportunity to play here at the back end of my career and experience playing in Super League for a great club," Gidley said.
"I always had two years in my own head, signing a one-year deal and then extending for another year. I knew deep down that two years was probably the right amount of time although I was open to playing more.
"Coming into this season this decision has to do with not wanting to push myself too far and wanting to finish on my own terms. I've never been motivated by money to play an extra year and I'm content with what I've done in my career.
"I wanted to let my teammates know first and then everyone else as it then helps me move on and enjoy the rest of the year. I'm content with what I've achieved so far at Warrington and I'd like us to finish on a high note."
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Warrington versus Wigan was last year's Grand Final.
Now it's two teams desperate to salvage something from their season.
Incredibly, both are in the bottom half of Super league with pressure building on the head coaches.
But a Challenge Cup quarter final gives both a chance to lift the gloom, as David Chisnall reports.
Once again there'll be a lot of expectation on Warrington in this year's Super League after they've recruited well.
One of their biggest signings is Widnes Vikings' Kevin Brown. So what does that do to both clubs' ambitions?
Chris Hall has been finding out.
Warrington Wolves fans have had the chance to get their first glimpse of Kevin Brown in the team's colours, after one of the most high profile signings in Rugby League.
The former Widnes half back replaces the controversial Chris Sandow, who broke his contract to return to Australia at the end of last season.
By contrast, Brown says he previously put club loyalty ahead of moves to St Helens and Australia.