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Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Tue Sep 27, 2022 10:31 am  
Barbed Wire wrote:
Im pretty sure the article in April 2021 with the MEN Powell confirmed that he was running recruitment for 2022 in tandem with his role at Cas, so wouldn’t be too sure on that.

Either way, the club have taken a broad “cut your losses” approach in 2022, so another one won’t hurt.

Powell’s own admission, his eye was 100% on Cas.
It wouldn’t have been respectful to engage in 2022 recruitment ahead of the end of the 2021 season. That is on record.
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Tue Sep 27, 2022 11:02 am  
rubber duckie wrote:
Powell’s own admission, his eye was 100% on Cas.
It wouldn’t have been respectful to engage in 2022 recruitment ahead of the end of the 2021 season. That is on record.

no he's said he'd been in touch with warrington during the entire year after being appointed. Cas was his priority but he was in contact with KF and the board here as well.

Bullock was a DP signing.
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Tue Sep 27, 2022 12:27 pm  
“Warrington Wolves chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick has insisted that Daryl Powell will have full control over the make-up of the squad he inherits in 2022.

Powell remains under contract at Castleford for the rest of this season, before moving across the Pennines to succeed Steve Price at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The Wolves have a number of big names out of contract at the end of the year, including marquee half-back Blake Austin and centre Toby King.”


Taken from the below article
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk ... 392084.amp
“Warrington Wolves chief executive Karl Fitzpatrick has insisted that Daryl Powell will have full control over the make-up of the squad he inherits in 2022.

Powell remains under contract at Castleford for the rest of this season, before moving across the Pennines to succeed Steve Price at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The Wolves have a number of big names out of contract at the end of the year, including marquee half-back Blake Austin and centre Toby King.”


Taken from the below article
https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk ... 392084.amp
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Thu Sep 29, 2022 11:55 am  
Fantastic Mr Catpiss wrote:
no he's said he'd been in touch with warrington during the entire year after being appointed. Cas was his priority but he was in contact with KF and the board here as well.

Bullock was a DP signing.

In which case so was King?
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Thu Sep 29, 2022 12:04 pm  
rubber duckie wrote:
In which case so was King?



err, yeah
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Fri Sep 30, 2022 9:57 am  
King was an awkward one though. He was in great form and seemingly had great potential. Powell wouldn't know the problems behind the scenes in 2021. It's a shame Warrington couldn't have paid an experienced ex-NRL or SL coach to come over as a short-term consultant to give an honest appraisal of how we compare 'backroom' as a club against other top professional teams. He could have written a little warning note for Powell. It seems Wane knew about it, and didn't want the challenge.
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Sat Oct 01, 2022 4:02 pm  
How does all this "how long does Powell have" balance with the desire to see him giving young players a shot and sticking with them rather than jettisoning them if they don't set the world on fire in their first 10 to 20 games?

If Powell starts the season with Riley Dean and 6 games into the season we've won 3, lost 3, do we say we aren't hitting the ground running, lets ditch him and bring in a proper coach who will make signing an experienced halfback a priority and ship Dean off to the Championship to build his experience?
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Sat Oct 01, 2022 5:03 pm  
sally cinnamon wrote:
How does all this "how long does Powell have" balance with the desire to see him giving young players a shot and sticking with them rather than jettisoning them if they don't set the world on fire in their first 10 to 20 games?

If Powell starts the season with Riley Dean and 6 games into the season we've won 3, lost 3, do we say we aren't hitting the ground running, lets ditch him and bring in a proper coach who will make signing an experienced halfback a priority and ship Dean off to the Championship to build his experience?


Well, the two aren't mutually exclusive. A top coach should be able to manage a long term plan to integrate youngsters into the team AND deliver results.

Irrespective of who is making up thr starting 17, Powell has no excuses in 2023. He has another off-season, the players will get a long rest due to non-involvement in the WC and he has the squad he signed. Get on with it.
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Sat Oct 01, 2022 5:45 pm  
The words from Adrian Morley regarding Daryl Powell:

“I think they need to keep faith in Daryl Powell because he’s a tried and tested coach,” said the 45-year-old Great Britain legend.

“He’s been coaching in Super League for a very long time and next year he will have a number of players at his disposal who he has brought in. Hopefully he’ll be able to stamp his mark on the team a little bit more, so fingers crossed he can do that.

“Daryl needs to get off to a good start because, if they don’t, then some decisions will have to be made. But I’m sure they will because, while this year has been hard watching them, I’m sure the Wire can come good again next year.

“Daryl has brought in a lot of his own players for next season so the onus is on them to perform and get the team challenging again. We live in hope because, like all my former clubs, Warrington Wolves will always have a special place in my heart.”
Re: How long in 2023 does Powell have... : Sat Oct 01, 2022 7:16 pm  
Gazwire wrote:
The words from Adrian Morley regarding Daryl Powell:


“Daryl has brought in a lot of his own players for next season so the onus is on them to perform and get the team challenging again. We live in hope because, like all my former clubs, Warrington Wolves will always have a special place in my heart.”


We lived in hope all last season. It's delivery time next season. No excuses. I hope it works out...
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