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SportCronulla Sharks captain Paul Gallen criticises side for lack of effort during slump

09:45  21 july  2019
09:45  21 july  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Paul Gallen talks through the Sharks ' form slump , and the accountability for their poor run. Gallen admitted that there were elements of complacency seeping into the Sharks side He referenced the lack of chase during Blake Green's winning field goal, which was solely led by fullback Matt Moylan.

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Cronulla Sharks captain Paul Gallen has criticised the lack of effort and accountability within the side after their 19-18 loss to the Warriors.

The Sharks have experienced a mid-season slump, losing their last 5 games despite scoring only being outscored in terms in tries once.

Gallen believes that the side's slide down the table is due to a lack of individual accountability, which he said was instrumental in their one point loss.

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"Individual responsibility at our club at the moment is not good and that's in all areas of the game, from our kicking game, our goal kicking which is an easy one to blame but it didn't cost us... our double efforts and chasing are just not there at the moment," Gallen remarked on the Sunday Footy Show.

"We have some great individual performers there, but we are just not putting it together as a team at the moment."

Gallen admitted that there were elements of complacency seeping into the Sharks side, particularly on the training paddock.

"I've got to be included any talks regarding talking the club, I'm not trying to throw anyone under the bus because I'm apart of it as the captain," he said.

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"We probably need to look our weeks at training and see if we are doing the little things that add up and lead to victories."

He referenced the lack of chase during Blake Green's winning field goal, which was solely led by fullback Matt Moylan.

"Our kick-chase, our kick pressure is non-existsant at the moment, we had Matt Moylan their pressuring, he's our fullback," Gallen noted.

"They're the little things that add up, you have three or four of things add to 5-10% and that the reason you don't win games in the competition."

"The competition is so close, everyone has to be on every week and currently we are currently not all on."

The Sharks will look to halt their losing streak and maintain touch with the top 8 when they take on the Cowboys on Thursday night.

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