03 Jul 2017 in News
Rangers coach Craig Farrimand has expressed his frustration at what he says is a lack of committment from his players. In the programme notes for the East Leeds match, Faz said a defeat the week before away at Wigan St Judes was "a real sickener".
He said; "For me as I felt that the commitment of too many of the lads wasn’t there. Some need to have real look at why they are playing the game. They must realise they play at a club where everything is done for them, the facilities are great and the back up and administration first class.
"All they have to do is train and then give everything when they put the shirt on. For many, though not all, that seems too big an ask for too much of the time and there needs to be a big turn around if we are to get our season back on track."
Unfortunately the team were defeated again, being beaton by East Leeds 6-13. The lads travel to Salford City Roosters on Sat, hopeful of getting back to winning form.