Chester threatens jobs after Saints mauling

“There are usually players that played tonight that are off contract and some players that will played who are under contract who else could find themselves under a lot of stress. We’re all fighting for our jobs. We will have to make some tough calls”

Final Updated: 15/10/20 11: 25pm

Chris Chester says some of his players are usually ‘busting a gut and the remaining lads are letting their team-mates down’.

Wakefield coach Chris Chester has endangered players with the sack after their own 48-6 Super League defeat simply by St Helens.

Per week after pushing the champions right before going down 20-16 at Headingley, Trinity were swept aside simply by them before the break at Warrington, where they trailed 30-0 right after conceding six first-half tries.

“I need to have a look at that will first half, ” he mentioned. “We spoke all week regarding trying to do a job on (Alex) Walmsley and he caused us several damage.

“We had been a bit soft through the middle 3rd. They were a lot tougher than all of us and ran harder than all of us.

Innes Senior scored the only try meant for Wakefield Trinity against Saints

Innes Senior scored the only consider for Wakefield Trinity against Saints

Innes Senior scored the only real try for Wakefield Trinity towards Saints

“The game was lost at half-time and it sums our season upward. We’re consistently inconsistent. We demonstrated last week that we can compete yet we came up with an inept functionality tonight. ”

Chester singled out Matty Ashurst, Tom Johnstone, Kelepi Tanginoa and Jack Croft for praise but warned that will other players may have played by themselves out of the team.

“It’s a simple fix, ” he mentioned. “We just bring in better quality gamers and that’s what we’ll be looking at carrying out tomorrow.

“There are usually players that played tonight that are off contract and some players that will played who are under contract that could find themselves under a lot of stress.

“We’re all combating for our jobs. We’re going to have to have tough calls.

St Helens' Kyle Paix√£o is tackled by David Fifita and Eddie Battye of Wakefield Trinity

St Helens' Kyle Amor is tackled by Brian Fifita and Eddie Battye associated with Wakefield Trinity

St Helens’ Kyle Amor is tackled simply by David Fifita and Eddie Battye of Wakefield Trinity

“On the flip aspect, I think there were eight or 9 busting a gut but numerous who are letting their mates straight down.

“If there was relegation, we would be under even more stress.

“We’ve got to opt for quality over quantity, that’s why jooxie is looking for a top-class half-back and a top-class outside back. It sounds simple yet it’s a difficult fix as well since it has lots to do with the budget.

“But the performance this evening wasn’t good enough. It’s just not appropriate. ”