There are a lot of questions about Hull FC at the moment.
They have lost seven games in a row and are now 11th in the league and thus there has been some suggestions that the club should part company with head coach Tony Smith but one of Smith’s former players Adrian Morley says the club should back him:
“I do, I certainly do. He’s a tried and tested coach and even looking at that result you’d think he’d be disappointed but I think that’s an improvement from Hull.
“I said a couple of weeks ago that he’s all about performance rather than result and I think even though they got beat by 34 points to 10, I think he’ll see that as a positive.
“It’s going to start the building blocks going and I expect them to come good later on in the season but it’s another good win for Leeds. It’s a work in progress for Tony Smith but I think it’s a step in the right direction.”
He does however say Wakefield Trinity should be worried:
“Very worried, anyone involved in the club be it spectators or owners would be extremely worried at the minute.
“I think there was four or five players in on loan who played at the weekend and it’s not great when you’re getting lads in on loan. It doesn’t add to the cohesion of the group.
“Playing Leigh at home you’d think there was a chance of getting a result there only to be nilled by 30 odd points.
“There is no easy games in Super League, we know that, but they’ve got Wigan away next so I think it’s dire at the moment for Wakefield.
“They do need to find some sort of confidence.”