As the losses continue to grow, Warriors assistant coach Justin Morgan has begun to question the team’s decision-making abilities. He believes that the team has somehow found the worst possible way of trying to get things done.
The team’s latest loss against the St George Illawarra Dragons is the latest addition to the team’s losing streak. Out of the 15 matches played this season, the Warriors have only won five, and out of the 10 losses, six were because of six points or fewer.
Currently, the team is two points out of the top eight, even with their shocking record. Morgan believes that better game management and executions would have made the world of difference in the games played this season.
He admits that it has been a learning experience and they are addressing the issues identified throughout the season to ensure that the losing streak ends. He adds that some of the lessons have been tough, with some key players not making the right calls during the game.
Inconsistent gameplay has been identified as many as one of the Warriors’ biggest issues, but they hope that this week’s game against the Cronulla Sharks will prove that it is a thing of the past. Morgan hopes that if the team keeps working hard and using each game as a learning experience that they’ll come out on the right side of the ledger.
While it was hoped that formers Sharks player Chad Townsend would be able to give the team an edge in this week’s game, a shoulder injury has him out for at least three weeks. The team will have to find a way around this if they are to emerge victoriously.
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