Yorkshire news Wakefield boss Willie Poching opens up after watching Toulouse's loss to Hull KR PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Trinity chief was a keen spectator as their relegation rivals fell short against the Robins.

Yorkshire news Wakefield boss Willie Poching opens up after watching Toulouse's loss to Hull KR PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Trinity chief was a keen spectator as their relegation rivals fell short against the Robins.

Yorkshire news  Wakefield boss Willie Poching opens up after watching Toulouse's loss to Hull KR PremierLeague-News.Com
05 August 2022 - 12:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Willie Poching admitted to being a keen spectator of Toulouse Olympique's defeat to Hull KR but the Wakefield boss insists the internal focus is on his side, rather than what others are doing around it. Toulouse lost to the Robins on Thursday night, meaning Wakefield know they will still be two points clear at the end of the week despite their result against Catalans Dragons on Sunday. Of course, a win would see them take a huge stride towards safety given Toulouse have now played a game more than them. However, Poching reiterated that the focus has to remain on producing good performances to ensure his side do enough to secure safety, rather than having to rely on everyone else. Read more:Zane Tetevano set for Leeds Rhinos return after serving latest suspension "It was difficult to watch because you understand when they get opportunities they can take them," Pochin said. "They were cruising KR at the start but they're a quality side. I have a lot of time for Sylvain (Houles), he's a fantastic fella and great coach as well. He's a football brain and you can see his DNA in that team. "They got out for that lead but I'm sure everyone else is saying the same thing, Shan Kenny-Dowall was exceptional last night and you talk about Reece Lyne, those types of players in tough times and positions, you look and lean on them and it helps when they can deliver in that way. The next three or four weeks are big, not just the next fortnight. We've given ourselves an opportunity to put destiny in our own hands. We can control that and we've got to stay in control of that." Clearly, victory would put Wakefield firmly in the driving seat over their French rivals, who will be relying on their local rivals, Catalans, to do them a favour and beat Trinity this Sunday. "It would give us a confidence boost and a little bit of a buffer but we just want to finish as strong as we can give it everything we've got," Poching said. "At the end of the season look back and be able to say we've given everything we've got.

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. The concentration and effort to execute was on point from everyone. That builds trust and belief in each other that if I do my job in the team I know the guy next to me will do it as well and that's where real spirit comes from, you get some of that and we have to continue with that." Poching dismissed any suggestion that Toulouse's defeat would allow for his players to take their foot off the gas this week. "Far from it. There were some whispers after the game that players had said they'd watched the game before the Cas kick-off, that could have been the case but it wasn't and I'm sure it won't be this time. We've still some objectives to achieve and that's still the same. "We've not tried to think too much about the table. The focus of the group has been on putting our plan together and delivering that plan on Sunday regardless of what has happened outside and externally. The focus has always been on doing that the best we can against Catalans on Sunday. "It's not difficult at all. It's all we can control. All that we can be in charge of and can focus on is delivering our performance. We had no effect on the game last night, no effect on who was doing what. What we can affect is how we play this week." Read next Richie Myler changes international allegiance as Leeds Rhinos star sets sights on World Cup The inside story on Leeds Rhinos target Luke Hooley told by those who know him best Valentine Holmes set for shock change of international allegiance ahead of World Cup Pundits insist Warrington Wolves are in relegation battle and explain key St Helens role Castleford Tigers set to swoop for Leeds Rhinos forward

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