Lee Radford says Hull need to cut out handling errors if they’re to enjoy success this season.
Hull made a host of errors at Leeds on Friday and although they opened up a seven point lead, the home side hit back to secure a 10-7 victory.
“It’s a theme of conversation we’re having every week and it can’t continue,” said Radford.
“It’s fair to say it’s the same people doing it over the last month.
“We’ll have to strip everything back to put it right – as a coach there’s plenty to go at.
“We’re second in the comp for errors and it’s not pretty.
“It jumps out at you, the basic schoolboy handling errors that, for whatever reason, have really crept in.”