Price per Head: New Worcester coach Ryan focusing on the positives after defeat by Leicester

Price per head services were happy to learn that Dean Ryan, New Worcester coach, tried to focus on the positives after Leicester defeated his team 32-15 by in the Premiership season’s opening weekend at Welford Road

Shortly after the break, the hosts had a lead of 25-3 before the second half, and price per head services saw that a small recovery was staged by the Warriors.

Ryan said: “At half-time I said let’s be more direct and get field position and we will get something out of it, and we did.

“Half-way through the game we could have crawled under a rock and got a good beating.

“But we didn’t. We came back and their 10 point lead looked pretty fragile for a while.

“I am looking for character and behaviours that will underpin the club for a two-year period and that second half was a great start. I am really proud of the guys.

And pay per head services very aware of what a talented squad he has, and believe that they will go very far in the sport.

“We are not a Leicester squad, we don’t roll internationals off the bench. But I think we are a courageous squad and we will work really hard, which was illustrated today.”

Price per head services learned that Paul Burke, Backs coach who attended the match press conference instead of director of rugby Richard Cockerill, who is currently suspended, added: “When you play at home to Worcester – and no disrespect to them – everyone expects you to get a bonus point.

“Is it a point lost if you don’t get a bonus point? Worcester made it difficult for us, they are a good side, they are coached well and they will cause teams a lot of problems this season.

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“I am very happy with the bonus point but I am disappointed with our performance at times in the second half.”

Price per head services were happy to learn that Dean Ryan, New Worcester coach, tried to focus on the positives after Leicester defeated his team 32-15 by in the Premiership season’s opening weekend at Welford Road

 

Shortly after the break, the hosts had a lead of 25-3 before the second half, and price per head services saw that a small recovery was staged by the Warriors.

 

Ryan said: “At half-time I said let’s be more direct and get field position and we will get something out of it, and we did.

 

“Half-way through the game we could have crawled under a rock and got a good beating.

 

“But we didn’t. We came back and their 10 point lead looked pretty fragile for a while.

 

“I am looking for character and behaviours that will underpin the club for a two-year period and that second half was a great start. I am really proud of the guys.

 

And pay per head services very aware of what a talented squad he has, and believe that they will go very far in the sport.

 

“We are not a Leicester squad, we don’t roll internationals off the bench. But I think we are a courageous squad and we will work really hard, which was illustrated today.”

 

Price per head services learned that Paul Burke, Backs coach who attended the match press conference instead of director of rugby Richard Cockerill, who is currently suspended, added: “When you play at home to Worcester – and no disrespect to them – everyone expects you to get a bonus point.

 

“Is it a point lost if you don’t get a bonus point? Worcester made it difficult for us, they are a good side, they are coached well and they will cause teams a lot of problems this season.

 

Contact us today and let us explain exactly how price per head services work.

 

“I am very happy with the bonus point but I am disappointed with our performance at times in the second half.”