Anderson believes Catalan made simple mistakes

Catalan Dragons backrower Louis Anderson was dismayed at how easily his team were defeated at Warrington on Friday evening.

The Kiwi believes that French outfit made a very simple mistake, and that it severely handicapped their ability to play good rugby all evening.

“I think it was pretty simple, we gave them the ball too much,” Anderson told Love Rugby League.

“If you give Warrington the ball, then they’re going to play. They pretty much suffocated us. 

“You can’t win the game without the ball, and we kept giving it to them, and they kept scoring points. 

“We were still in the game at half-time, and we said we needed to keep our heads up and stay in the fight.

“But we kept giving the ball back to them, and they’re a very good attacking team.

“We need to go back to France, and make sure we prepare well for the Magic Weekend.”

Anderson did enjoy returning to one of this former clubs, however. He still has fond memories of his spell with the Wolves between 2008 and 2011.

“I actually enjoy coming back here,” he said.

“When I first came here I was a long way from home, and I had some good times on the field here with Warrington.

“It’s special for me to come back here and play. I always appreciate coming back.

“I really appreciate the fans, they’re a great bunch of people. They really get behind the Wire too.

“I had some great memories here, and I’ll never forget them, I’ll take them wherever I go in the world.”

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