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PostPosted: Fri Oct 04, 2019 9:17 am 
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I found this an encouraging read and how Fitzpatrick disagrees with Price on season https://www.warringtonguardian.co.uk/sp ... ead-coach/






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Yes, I was suprised with the candor of some of the answers. Interesting comments about how the Kev Brown injury situation unfolded too.






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 Post subject: Re: CEO agrees season was a failure
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Pretty honest really. He is as disappointed as the rest of us.

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 Post subject: Re: CEO agrees season was a failure
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If Price didn't think it was a failure surely he should be sacked/resign as his expectations are obviously different to that of his bosses?

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Really impressed with Fitzpatrick's comments, gone right up in my estimation. No flannel but fair in all his answers - wish MPs would take a leaf out of his book.






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 Post subject: Re: CEO agrees season was a failure
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Encouragingly realistic. Presumably he has discussed this with the owners as well.
It sounds like SP has been told in no uncertain terms what is expected, will be interesting to see what changes if any result.
Wonder how far advanced the prop search is?






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How Steve can think our Super League season was not a failure is beyond me

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KF answers were probably really thought out. Proper set up interview with local press. Therefore had time to get the answer he wanted out there. SP answer on the other hand could have been from an off the cuff question straight after season ended and with CC win still on his mind.

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Shazbaz wrote:KF answers were probably really thought out. Proper set up interview with local press. Therefore had time to get the answer he wanted out there. SP answer on the other hand could have been from an off the cuff question straight after season ended and with CC win still on his mind.


Exactly this. KF has had time to take stock and more importantly listen to the views of his customers. Why Price would admit the season was a failure is beyond me, you’re pretty much signing your own resignation letter if that were the case. Price was happy he brought the Challenge Cup back to Warrington but disappointed in how the season finished I’m sure.

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