Morrison disgusted by poor attitude

DEWSBURY RAMS boss Glenn Morrison has questioned the attitude and commitment of some of his players following a dismal second-half performance against Championship strugglers Whitehaven last time out.

The Aussie coach is now looking for a quick response against Sheffield on Sunday (Sep 11, 3pm).

He said: “Some players need to restore pride in the jersey because what they served up against Whitehaven wasn’t acceptable.

“I know Whitehaven are a team fighting for their lives near the bottom of the table, and I think a defeat would have relegated them, but what we served up was nowhere near good enough and we rightly lost by a big margin.

“Some of the players didn’t do themselves or the club any justice and I’ll be making a few changes against Sheffield to make sure I don’t see that kind of display again.”

The Rams now have to win their final two games of the season to secure their place in the Championship Shield play-offs. They start with Sunday’s trip to Sheffield ahead of the visit of Oldham a week later.

On a more positive note at the Tetley’s Stadium the ever-present Josh Guzdek has been nominated for the Championship’s young player of the year award.

The full-back featured in all of Dewsbury’s 23 rounds of the regular  campaign since arriving last winter and during that time has scored 13 tries.

Guzdek is up against Featherstone’s Jordan Baldwinson and London’s James Cunningham for the honour.

 

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