Every team has a "leader"

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Re: Every team has a "leader"

Post by NT Tiger » Mon 17 Aug, 2015 10:33 am

I agree with above three posts. I've seen plenty of times where Farah has rallied the troops, particularly in seasons past. I haven't noticed it as much this season, whether that's because he's been told to give more leadership to Brookes and Moses or for his own reasons I don't know.
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Post by barra » Mon 17 Aug, 2015 10:45 am

Our team has always wanted to do things the 'easy' way. Win by enjoying playing alongside mates, scoring more points than the opposition to win, relying on confidence and momentum.

Basically anything but getting stuck in the trenches, rolling the sleeves up and actually enjoying the tough, dirty work. That is why we tend to be mentally soft and fall to pieces when one of our big players is injured, etc.

I believe we need a leader that embraces doing the dirty work as much as the fun stuff, whose game is not affected by others being injured around him, who not only leads by action but also can lift the heads of team mates when behind the posts.

This rather than our traditional way.

He is still way too young but I do see these qualities in Moses.

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