Haha - I have no idea. If I were to guess then perhaps it's just an overall negative mindset, players stop enjoying playing the game, everything just goes to shitThat is worrying, but as a side note, how does not offloading account for the opposition scoring 42 points?
My worry about SK is right now he seems to be lost as to what to do next with these guys.Haha - I have no idea. If I were to guess then perhaps it's just an overall negative mindset, players stop enjoying playing the game, everything just goes to shit
Is this the reason why the Warriors are so p*** poor?
That’s the question posed by Sporting News' league expert Peter Peters as the Kiwi club heads towards a sixth straight year without finals football.
“Is it significant that their real losing spell started when assistant coach Steve McNamara returned to Super League?” Zorba asked on Sky Sports Radio.
“It’s a big co-incidence.
“The pressure has to be in on (Stephen) Kearney.”
Of greater alarm for the Warriors is their worrying habit of drifting from contention at the back-end of seasons.
It suggests that both mentally and physically, the New Zealand outfit is just not up to it.
“They’ve got eight wins in 41 late season games since 2012,” Peters pointed out.
“So after Origin, when everyone gets back to full strength, they’re shocking.
“We thought when CEO Jim Doyle and coach Stephen Kearney went there we’d see something different.
“They’ve got one of the best spines on paper – and I know the halfback Shaun Johnson is out - but something is really wrong.”
That's really eerie, great share - thanks.