Huddersfield Giants coach Simon Woolford was brutally honest in his assessment of his side’s attacking display in the wake of their 24-0 loss at home to Castleford.
The Giants were kept scoreless on home soil for the second consecutive outing and are now joint bottom of the table with London, who won in Catalans, and Hull KR.
Despite conceding 24 points, the Australian took aim at his side’s attack, which was the focal point of the frustration.
“In the first set of the game we rolled the ball into touch and that was pretty much the story of the game as far as our attack was concerned,” he said.
“There was no sustained pressure. Anything we threw at them, we had no purpose with it and we didn’t really ask any questions of Cas with the ball. At times it looked like we didn’t have an attack and that’s the disappointing thing.
“I don’t know how many times in the second half we dropped the ball, but we had no fluency. We had guys making things up and it went from bad to worse.”