Kevin Brown has claimed that there is arguing going on at Leeds Rhinos and that they are “not a tight knit group.”
This comes after Leeds’ disappointing defeat to Castleford Tigers at the Magic Weekend,
“When they were up by 10 points I thought the game management lacked any respect for the ball. Defensively they weren’t great but they look like they’re playing as individuals,” he said on BBC Five Live.
“I’ve already heard a couple of times that there’s been arguing in the tunnel and there’s been players getting at each other in games, and that’s okay at times because it happens at every club, but it’s happening every week.
“I saw it again yesterday, Blake Austin gave an almighty spray to Jarod O’Connor when Jarod carried the ball and gave him it late.
“It just seems unsettled there and I think that’s one of the reasons why they’re not performing and not finishing games, because they’re not a tight knit group.”
The Rhinos take on Wakefield Trinity this weekend away from home hoping to avoid becoming the first team to lose to their West Yorkshire rivals.