Just a question to all the couch coaches out there. How would you improve the lack of go forward in the Warriors? Is it the players that we have, is it the delivery from dummy half, is it our attacking strategies and shapes, is it fitness, is it heart, is it mongrel, is it technique, is it the balance in our squad, is it a lack of footwork, is it our general kicking, is it a combination of things? A couple of things I would change: - The back 3 needs more balance, if we play Mannering at 13 then we need an offloading beast on the fringes to get some punch on the edge. Hoffman, Mannering and Thompson are all a bit vanilla for me. I would much rather have Matulino, Mannering and Thompson. - My starting props would be Vete and Gavet. These two are no nonsense players, have a bit of mongrel in them on attack and defense, and they run hard. Vete also has an offload which I would encourage, Gavet needs to work on his play the ball though as it is quite slow. - Lillyman has to go. Has been a wonderful servant but he is such a handbreak when he runs it up. Doesn't even get a very fast play the ball. - We need players supporting the ball carrier, no one up nonsense, put some doubt into the opposition! - More angles, more offloads, more dimensions. We are so one dimensional when it comes to our attack, if we are losing the physical battle then we need to try different things. - Impact from the bench, impact on the edges. - Forwards on the wings. Wingers should only be doing a hit up when our forwards are tired, not consistently taking the first, second and third hit ups off our line. I would love to see Manu moved to the edge or to the middle. Give him a preseason to work things out and give him a crack in the forwards! - Also please get rid of that block play off the scrums and tap restarts, it doesn't fool anyone and it just increases the chance the receiver will drop the ball.