Warrington Wolves have been doing it tough at present.
After winning their opening three games of the Super League against Leeds Rhinos, Castleford Tigers and Toulouse Olympique, Warrington were beaten by St Helens, Catalans Dragons and then twice by Wakefield Trinity.
With boos ringing out at the Halliwell Jones Stadium in defeats to Wakefield, the pressure has been on head coach Daryl Powell to perform following his off-season move from the Castleford Tigers.
Disgruntled supporters have been making their feelings known on social media, but the Wolves hierarchy have decided to try and alleviate those concerns with a gesture of goodwill ahead of their fixture against Hull FC on Easter Monday.
Warrington will kick off against the Black and Whites on 5.30pm on Monday 18 April with the journey across the country not expected to be the easiest during the Easter break.
However, the Warrington club have offered free coach travel for that game to all those that attended Hull KR last week away at Craven Park which ended up being Wire’s fifth defeat in a row following a 34-18 drubbing.
That result also prompted vile abuse being aimed at winger Josh Charnley with the club and the former England international handling the incident superbly by issuing lengthy bans for two ‘supporters’.
The club also revealed that they would be hosting an amicable meeting with all those concerned.