Warrington Wolves boss reveals what went wrong against Leeds Rhinos

When assessing what went wrong for Warrington Wolves yesterday against Leeds Rhinos as they battle the likes of Hull FC, Hull KR, Salford Red Devils and Huddersfield Giants, there are a number of moments to point to.

The Wolves could and should have been further ahead at halftime especially when Danny Walker dropped the ball with the line at his mercy.

But there was a bigger blunder when Matt Dufty dropped the ball after a kick with the line at his mercy with a winning try beckoning at the death.

On this Gary Chambers said:

“I thought he was outstanding. Yeah, you know, again, he can’t be defined by that one mistake at the end. I think what he did generally through the game and I responded from the week earlier was I was made up with him.

“The kid takes it tough when he doesn’t play well. He’s going to move on from that. That’s part of his development and his progress and then go again.”

But this wasn’t the only thing that went wrong for the Wolves which was addressed by Gary Chambers.

“They went over the line more than us and kicked more goals than us didn’t they? I think you would feel their goal kicking, they’ve got an excellent goal kicker.

“A couple of breaks in, a couple of… Look, that game could go either way, couldn’t it? And that’s what happens, that’s just how it is.

“Maybe next week it’ll go our way. It’s just one of those things. You look for people turning up each week and that’s what we’ve got to do. So we’ve turned up this week and we’ve got to keep turning up and then some of them will change.”

Warrington’s advantage in the play-off race is now down to 2 points and they are in peril where the top six is concerned which is truly remarkable given the way they started the season.

They have also lost a club record eight games in a row as well as ten of their last 11 fixtures in the league which is a bitter pill for the club to have to take.