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Re: Most disgusting performance ever

Post by Cysquatch » Sun 26 Aug, 2012 3:38 pm

zebraman wrote:Sheens is not on the field you can't blame sheens


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No. But, he picks, coaches and 'motivates' our team and has done for the last 9 years. Players have come and gone, sheens has always been here. He can do no more. How many times can you hear his spiels and excuses and chopping and changing amoungst his favorite players. We are stale and PREDICTABLE and have been for years despite our roster.

I don't like blaming coaches either, but it's time move on sheens and time to take a new direction WT football club. Please.


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by Novocastrian Tiger » Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:34 pm
Is it just me, or do alot of posts on this forum end up being like a pee pee measuring contest?


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Post by saundo1982 » Sun 26 Aug, 2012 3:56 pm

zebraman wrote:Sheens is not on the field you can't blame sheens


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On this forum it is, now get with it or don't post here!!


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Post by Cysquatch » Sun 26 Aug, 2012 4:11 pm

saundo1982 wrote:
zebraman wrote:Sheens is not on the field you can't blame sheens


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On this forum it is, now get with it or don't post here!!


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Thanks for that insight


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by Novocastrian Tiger » Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:34 pm
Is it just me, or do alot of posts on this forum end up being like a pee pee measuring contest?

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Post by citizen cub » Sun 26 Aug, 2012 11:18 pm

Following the team quite vigorously since about '03, I cannot remember us ever playing as heartlessly as we are right now. Back in the dark days, we could accept defeat as our roster was crap and was never going to allow us to reach any great heights. This squad has potential, has performed at stages but cannot do so on a regular basis...Why? They look demotivated and resigned to defeat like I have never seen them before.

Look at some of our losses this year: Rd3 v Dragons, Rd4 v Canberra, Rd15 v Roosters, Rd16 v Knights, Rd21 v Souths and now this....Our defence has been s*** in all of these games, we've mentally imploded after conceding a soft try, we've resurrected the careers of has-beens and journeymen and made average players look like world beaters. What sickens me the most is the media claiming a team/individual is 'back' or 'in contention' for SOO selection after playing us I.E. Martin Kennedy, Jarrod Croker, T.Tahu etc. who just amble by week after week and suddenly crack the headlines after a 'stunning' performance against WT.
With Wests in the finals, ANYTHING'S POSSIBLE

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Post by FootyJimmy » Sun 26 Aug, 2012 11:28 pm

Any run into the semi needs a stable team. The times we've been there, we've had such luck. Virtually full strength.

This year we haven't had the luck. Too may injuries. However, I can't make head of tail of the selections at times. Absolutely all over the shop. The number of combinations in the halves has been farcical.


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Post by citizen cub » Mon 27 Aug, 2012 5:37 pm

FootyJimmy wrote:Any run into the semi needs a stable team. The times we've been there, we've had such luck. Virtually full strength.

This year we haven't had the luck. Too may injuries. However, I can't make head of tail of the selections at times. Absolutely all over the shop. The number of combinations in the halves has been farcical.


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Agree, injury toll has been at unprecedented levels but it doesn't excuse the nature of some of our losses.

Sheens' use of NSW Cup/U20's players has been nothing short of disgraceful and makes me wonder what the purpose is of even having these sides. They're supposed to be a pathway for aspiring First Graders, aren't they?
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Post by kh_canada » Mon 27 Aug, 2012 6:50 pm

citizen cub wrote:
FootyJimmy wrote:Any run into the semi needs a stable team. The times we've been there, we've had such luck. Virtually full strength.

This year we haven't had the luck. Too may injuries. However, I can't make head of tail of the selections at times. Absolutely all over the shop. The number of combinations in the halves has been farcical.


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Agree, injury toll has been at unprecedented levels but it doesn't excuse the nature of some of our losses.

Sheens' use of NSW Cup/U20's players has been nothing short of disgraceful and makes me wonder what the purpose is of even having these sides. They're supposed to be a pathway for aspiring First Graders, aren't they?
Hate to disagree with you, but Sheens involvement with the U20's is admirable. He gets involved with them and their parents often. Truth is none of them are ready for FG yet. Koro has been refreshing but even then he is still topping our errors list. Miller has been given a run but showed no confidence in his game. A little more development and players will be good for us.


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Post by smeghead » Mon 27 Aug, 2012 7:01 pm

Sheens involvement explains their rapid decline
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Post by Citizen Tiger » Tue 28 Aug, 2012 10:48 am

Moltz92 wrote:
citizen cub wrote:
FootyJimmy wrote:Any run into the semi needs a stable team. The times we've been there, we've had such luck. Virtually full strength.

This year we haven't had the luck. Too may injuries. However, I can't make head of tail of the selections at times. Absolutely all over the shop. The number of combinations in the halves has been farcical.


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Agree, injury toll has been at unprecedented levels but it doesn't excuse the nature of some of our losses.

Sheens' use of NSW Cup/U20's players has been nothing short of disgraceful and makes me wonder what the purpose is of even having these sides. They're supposed to be a pathway for aspiring First Graders, aren't they?
Hate to disagree with you, but Sheens involvement with the U20's is admirable. He gets involved with them and their parents often. Truth is none of them are ready for FG yet. Koro has been refreshing but even then he is still topping our errors list. Miller has been given a run but showed no confidence in his game. A little more development and players will be good for us.


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I think, notwithstanding Koro's inexperience, he has been brought into first grade way too late into the season. You mention his mistake rate, by my calculations some two or three errors, yet this is more than offset by his try scoring ability and aggressive running. His foot speed and intent with the ball in hand is that much more noticeable because the rest of our backs are benign in these areas.

I wouldn't define Millers solitary game as being 'given a run'. Persistence in the face of some obstacles is the sign of a coach who has an understanding and belief in a particular talent. All I have seen this year is panic,reflected in the endless positional changes and the transformation of the worlds best attacking player into a ball shuffler

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Post by Tigerpete » Tue 28 Aug, 2012 1:43 pm

I don't know if "disgusting" is the right word to describe Sunday. You know i still have it etched into my memory the moment we threw that scrum dead in goal. The look on the roosters players faces, not for the only time that day, was one of disbelief. They couldn't believe how bad we were playing. It was too easy for them on the day. That particular moment from the scrum had me feeling pretty humiliated at what i was witnessing. Things barely improved. The lowest point of the season, for sure!

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Post by LCA » Tue 28 Aug, 2012 5:16 pm

It was a team playing with no confidence in themselves, their mates, their strategy or their coach. The latter has to go so that all of the others can change for the better in '13. Does the board really expect me and my mates to keep forking out big bucks to be members? That "effort" was a complete embrassment for us as supporters who pay their bucks to go and watch (as well as all those who had the good sense not to). Have some balls Humphreys et al. Act NOW.

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