The veteran hooker believes that the decision to sack Francis Cummins and his assistant Lee St Hilaire is a mistake.
He also believes that the situation has more to do with players not delivering on the field, than it has with the abilities of Cummins as a coach.
“We have to respect the board’s decision regarding the dismissal of Francis and Lee. Saying that, we don’t have to agree with it and personally I think it is the wrong decision in regards to the club’s long-term future,” Diskin opined, using his Twitter account.
“The facts are that we are in a results-based industry and as a group of players we have not transferred the skills, game plans and attitude that is of a high standard on the training field into our competitive games.
“This is something some of the most successful coaches in the world would struggle to remedy.”