Former Super League star Kevin Brown has revealed the hardest away day in Super League.
He says going to “huge club” Leeds Rhinos is the hardest as he underlined how special Salford Red Devils’ win over the Rhinos was claiming the Red Devils “terrorised” the Rhinos last week as ill-discipline and errors let the Rhinos down and saw them suffer a second consecutive defeat.
They are now outside the play-off places.
Brown said on BBC Five Live:
“When you talk about big clubs Leeds is a huge club and it’s probably the hardest play to go and Salford have just been there and terrorised them on their own patch.
“There’s something clearly wrong. Personnel wise they’ve got good players but consistently they’re just not firing.”
He also believes there isn’t togetherness in the Rhinos squad:
“I just don’t think they look like a together group, you often see players arguing on the field and alright it’s just a moment that happens once or twice a year but it’s happening quite regularly at Leeds. Then you hear this stuff about them arguing on the way off and there is a time and a place.
“They’ve got lots and lots of good individual players but as a team at the minute they don’t look together.
“They got rid of their captain Kruise Leeming, there was obviously something going on there and I’m not sure about the half-backs and if they’re contributing as expected. Sezer and Austin when they came together I thought it’d be a really good partnership because it worked in Canberra but it’s just not clicked.”