They have to ask themselves if Wayne is the man to coach them at the next World Cup. If the answer is no, then it is time to go with someone else as coach.Wayne Bennett's future as England and Great Britain coach should not just be judged on the performances of the 2019 Lions tour, says Rugby Football League rugby director Kevin Sinfield.
Bennett, 69, is out of contract at the end of the current series in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.
Three straight defeats, against Tonga and then twice against the Kiwis, have raised the pressure on the veteran.
He hasn't had the cattle. Tonga and NZ are stronger teams. The Pommy players need a good hard look at themselves. They are letting Wayne down!
They probably should replace Wayne now but most of those Pommy players should have played much better.Tonga and NZ at full strength are good sides, but today GB were outplayed by players from League 1 (two levels below SL). No kicking game, no tactical nous, and a half-back playing on the wing (after flying a specialist winger out to the other side of the world, and then not playing him anyway!). Bennett has used the Lions tour as a cynical training exercise for England, he doesn't give a damn about the Lions, and should never have given the job.