Nathan Brown confident Giants will turn it around
NATHAN BROWN believes getting the small things right will result in a big Giants improvement.
Huddersfield head to Bradford Bulls on Sunday bidding to end a run of four successive defeats.
The fact those losses have been against leaders Wigan – twice in Super League – and second-placed Warrington Wolves – once in the League and once in the Challenge Cup – have come as little consolation to Brown.
That’s because the Galpharm chief believes his players only have themselves to blame for the poor run of results.
And he knows that if they can smarten up their act by cutting out the basic errors and not concede cheap penalties, the tide will turn.
“The problems we have been facing have very much been of our own making,” said Brown.
“So it’s obviously up to us to sort it out. It’s up to us to cut out making the very basic mistakes and improving our own discipline.
“You could say they are only relatively small things, but they can have a big impact on what you are trying to do.
“On Sunday we’re facing a Bradford side who have been playing some good footy, but we’re more concerned about what we do than them, and if we can get back to playing somewhere near our best we know we’ll be in with a very good chance.”
Brown is looking to welcome back three key men this weekend in David Fa’alogo, Danny Brough and Paul Whatuira.