Broncos call for urgent performance review

The London Broncos board met this week to discuss the team’s current performances. On Sunday they were knocked out of the Challenge Cup and currently lie 13th in the Super League with just two wins.

In a statement released today, the club said: “David Hughes (Chairman), Gerry Bouman (Director) and Chief Executive Gus Mackay met on Tuesday to discuss the team’s performance as part of a mid season review. The Board are also well aware of the frustrations shown by the club’s season ticket holders and loyal fans after receiving several emails this week regarding the unacceptable performances by the team.”

“The Board’s recommendation is to undertake a full review of the playing department. The areas under review are the current squad, coaching, physiotherapy, strength and conditioning (which includes the fitness levels of the squad), nutrition and football administration. This review will be led by the Chairman, David Hughes and supported by the Chief Executive, Gus Mackay.”

“The Board are as frustrated as the fans that, after signing new players in the close season who are highly experienced and come fully recommended, performances have not matched expectations. With 13 games remaining, this intervention is required to ensure that we can finish the season with some positive results and lay the foundation for the 2013 season both on and off the field.”

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