‘They’ll come good’ – Warrington Wolves interim coach has full belief club can turn fortunes around

Drew Darbyshire
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Warrington Wolves interim head coach Gary Chambers

Warrington Wolves interim head coach Gary Chambers believes the club have the ingredients to bounce back from their slump and come good again.

The Wolves suffered their seventh straight defeat on Friday night as they went down 30-10 against league leaders Catalans Dragons.

Chambers took on the head coaching reins on an interim basis following the departure of Daryl Powell last Sunday.

Speaking to Sky Sports after their loss to Catalans, Chambers said: “Obviously a bit disappointed. We’ve not had a lot of time with these lads at the moment, I thought they worked hard and I’m going to stand up (for them) that way.

“There’s some stuff that we did in goal-line defence that we like, we’ve just got to be smart with the ball and we just turned over too cheaply and you can’t do that against Catalans, they are a good team, but our efforts I won’t knock.

“With what they’ve gone through this week and the passion they’ve shown in the changing rooms and their commitment – this will change.”

‘We’ve got to make them feel good about themselves again’ – Warrington Wolves interim head coach

Warrington have a week off next week due to the Challenge Cup final, with their next game against Leeds Rhinos on August 20.

Asked by Sky Sports about what they will do during their break to help turn their form around, Chambers replied: “We’ve just got to build them up and make them feel good about themselves again.

“(We’ll) look at what they’re not doing right, fix those things up and challenge them a little bit more and they’ll come good.

“The pride is there, the passion is there… I can see it in the changing rooms, I’ve seen it this week. They do hurt and we’ve got to maximise that and come up with a sort of a gameplan that we stick to.”

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