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Article:Tony Smith (rugby league born 1967)
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===Workington Town===
 
===Workington Town===
Tony Smith's involvement with [[British rugby league system|British Rugby League]] began by finishing his playing career in 1996 with a spell at [[Workington Town]] in the inaugural [[Super League]] season. His initial time at Workington was hampered by [[achilles]] injury suffered two seasons previous, made all the worse by Workington's poor form which saw them relegated to [[Co-operative Championship|National League One]].<ref name="independent.co.uk">{{cite news| url=http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/general/rugby-league/tony-smith-out-of-the-frying-pan-into-the-fire-for-our-bluechip-leader-958610.html | work=The Independent | location=London | title=Tony Smith: Out of the frying pan into the fire for 'our' blue-chip leader | date=2008-10-12 | accessdate=2010-05-25}}</ref> He also notoriously lived above a Workington [[Fish and chips|fish 'n' chip]] shop with his wife, commenting "''every morning I trudged to training and swore we'd never come back to this country''."<ref name="independent.co.uk"/>
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Tony Smith's involvement with [[British rugby league system|British Rugby League]] began by finishing his playing career in 1996 with a spell at [[Workington Town]] in the inaugural [[Super League]] season. His initial time at Workington was hampered by [[achilles]] injury suffered two seasons previous, made all the worse by Workington's poor form which saw them relegated to [[Co-operative Championship|National League One]].<ref name="independent.co.uk">{{cite news| url=http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/general/rugby-league/tony-smith-out-of-the-frying-pan-into-the-fire-for-our-bluechip-leader-958610.html | work=The Independent | location=London | title=Tony Smith: Out of the frying pan into the fire for 'our' blue-chip leader | date=2008-10-12 | accessdate=2010-05-25}}</ref> He also notoriously lived above a Workington [[Fish and chips|fish 'n' chip]] shop with his wife, commenting "''every morning I trudged to training and swore we'd never come back to this country''. Despite saying this he returned in 2001 with his family."<ref name="independent.co.uk"/>
 
His most notable on-field contribution was on his début as he helped the club to an 18-18 draw with [[Halifax Halifax RLFC|Blue Sox]], one of only five points that the club secured in 1996 as they finished bottom of [[Super League]]. Smith's high bomb led to the side's third try, scored by Wayne Kitchin.
 
His most notable on-field contribution was on his début as he helped the club to an 18-18 draw with [[Halifax Halifax RLFC|Blue Sox]], one of only five points that the club secured in 1996 as they finished bottom of [[Super League]]. Smith's high bomb led to the side's third try, scored by Wayne Kitchin.
   
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