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Melbourne Storm, premiership, Cameron Smith

Melbourne legend Cameron Smith has dissected the Storm’s worrying run of form as Craig Bellamy’s side faces its worst losing streak in a decade.

Melbourne lost their fourth match on the bounce last Saturday when they were beaten 24-12 by South Sydney at Accor Stadium.

Four losses in a row is their worst losing streak under coach Bellamy since 2012, when they lost five consecutive matches before winning the premiership.

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Smith, who played all of his record 430 NRL games for the Storm, admitted there were some real warning signs over the manner of some recent defeats.

“I still think that there’s plenty left in this Storm side. They have not been playing anywhere near their capabilities over the last month,” Smith said on…

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