Warrington Wolves started the 2022 Super League season like a house on fire with three wins in three games, but since then the flames have been well and truly extinguished.
Losing five in a row is never good for any side, but for one where expectation is so high like at the Halliwell Jones, it doesn’t bode well.
After losing at home to Wakefield Trinity for the second time in a week, Warrington were booed off the field, whilst a dismal 34-18 loss to Hull KR worsened the mood amongst the terraces even further.
And, for former Warrington halfback Kevin Brown, he believes there was a major decision which the club and Daryl Powell got wrong at the end of 2021.
“It isn’t helped by the fact that, Chris Hill’s form and Huddersfield’s form on the back of his leadership through the middle, that he has been let go,” Brown told the Last Tackle podcast.
“And it looks like a really poor move with hindsight, but as a Warrington fan you are scratching your head a little bit.”
Brown does, however, believe the Wolves have what it takes to turn it around.
“There are 17 out of contract at the end of this year and they need to put a run on.
“It only takes one or two games sometimes to generate confidence, but I still definitely think Daryl Powell is the man for the job.”