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Sport Wayne Bennett blows up after Brisbane Broncos' loss to Melbourne Storm

03:36  11 june  2018
03:36  11 june  2018 Source:   sportingnews.com

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An unimpressed Wayne Bennett openly questioned his players’ commitment on Sunday, declaring his players ‘all clocked off’ in the second half of their 32-16 loss to Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park.

The Broncos led 12-8 at the break but were no match for the home side, with Bennett declaring the second stanza one of the worst halves of football he’s seen from his men.

“I thought we were pretty good in the first half and the second half the Broncos didn’t come out,” Bennett fumed.

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“I don’t know who wore their jerseys out but the team didn’t come out … we were just completely outplayed in the second half.

“… They all clocked off and outside the Titans game this year it’s the most disappointing half of football I’ve seen from us.”

Asked to explain what led to the collapse, Bennett said: “In our first five (second-half) sets we got one kick away, which is the last things you need.

Wayne Bennett looking at the camera © Provided by Sportal com au “And our intensity dropped a lot, we weren’t getting off our line very well, we weren’t hitting and sticking our tackles and we weren’t running as hard – just about everything you can name in the game we weren’t doing.

“So I don’t know what I said to them at half-time to put them in that place but that’s the way they came out in the second half.”

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He added when asked if changes could be on the cards for next Saturday’s clash against Cronulla: “I’m not going to throw the baby out with the bath water, we’ve done a lot of good things and we’re still a very confident and capable football team.

“But you just get disappointed that you come here after a bye, we’ve won four of our last five games, we came here to play and we did that in the first half.

“But to see us come out like that in the second half, it leaves you a little puzzled as to why they allowed that to happen to themselves.”

Ongoing speculation that Storm coach Craig Bellamy replacing Bennett at Red Hill either next season or in 2020 was an intriguing sub-plot to the Round 14 clash.

“It wouldn’t be a distraction for the team,” Bennett said when asked about the Bellamy rumours.

“I haven’t been distracted by it either but you asked me a question about the team.”

Calls for Broncos to boot Bennett .
Penrith general manager and Nine commentator Phil Gould believes it would be in the best interests of the Broncos to let Wayne Bennett go if they don’t plan to keep him at the club beyond 2019. Bennett is signed on with the club for the 2019 season but Brisbane had identified Storm coach Craig Bellamy as a possible replacement for Bennett in 2020.Bellamy announced a three-year contract extension worth $5.1 million with Melbourne on the weekend, leaving the Broncos and Bennett in a precarious position.

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