Steve Price confident he can turn around Warrington’s fortunes

Drew Darbyshire

Warrington coach Steve Price has full confidence that his side can bounce back after a woeful defeat at Leeds.

The Wolves were embarrassed 36-0 by the Rhinos at Headingley on Friday night.

It was the first time Price has been nilled as Warrington boss and his side have not won away from home in Super League since July.

Price said: “It wasn’t pretty was it? It’s a performance we’re certainly not happy with. We got beat in every department, in the basics of rugby league.

“We started not too bad, when we got held up over the line, but they were far superior with their pressure and the ruck speed was way too fast.

“One thing I do know is we’ve got a good football team in there – three weeks ago we dished up a great performance against St Helens – and I’m confident we can turn it around.

“We’ve fallen in love with ourselves a little but we’ve got a group of men who really care about each other.

“We’re not sugar-coating the performance, it’s not good enough. We have a duty to our fans and our town to have a hard look at ourselves.”

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