Re: To those who are blaming Cleary
Posted: Tue 19 Jun, 2018 10:20 pm
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Good post GNR - too many people on here want to crucify Taylor but want to let the other culprits go scott free. Yep Taylor didn't work out but people should be blaming the board for the mess he was given. Funny how everyone can see it was the board that destroyed Canterbury but can only see Taylor as the culprit for WT mess.GNR4LIFE wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 10:43 amNo it isn't. And the reality is we were an average club with or without Taylor thanks to the incompetentcy of the previous board destroying our cap and shafting Taylor's predocessor. That's who your misplaced anger should be directed at. How Mayer recieves so little attention for this is mind boggling!The Patriot wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 10:03 amGNR4LIFE wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 9:43 amHe was sacked before they left. If i recall, everyone was rejoicing saying they would now re-sign, that its what was holding them back. We needed a real coach they said. Cleary was here a good month and was asked specifically during his first press conference whether he would be involved in negotiations and his answer was yes. But Taylor is the reason they left...The Patriot wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 7:15 amUmm we are still rebuilding because Jason Taylor levelled the place. It was a total mess when he left. All our best players left and the club was the joke of the league.
The recruitment was as good as it coulod have been given the circumstances.
Cleary is doing a good job of putting it back together.
Also, how do you rebuild something that was never built in the first place?
They left because we were a very average club, they wanted better.
Jason Taylor played a massive part in making us a very average club.
Im sure Cleary impressed Tedesco and Woods but the damage was done. They were leaving.
Others like Farah, Addo Carr etc were let go or not prioritised much earlier in the proceedings.
Reality isnt complicated!
Yr right BBFByron Bay Fan wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 3:35 pmI doubt Farah can keep up the standard that long, with Liddle virtually ready to go it would have to be 18 months at the most with shared duties. But more likely only 6 months.
Yep round 25 finishing ninth after missing out on the top 8 on F/A. That's the Wests Tigers way!Spartan117 wrote: ↑Wed 20 Jun, 2018 8:34 amYr right BBFByron Bay Fan wrote: ↑Tue 19 Jun, 2018 3:35 pmI doubt Farah can keep up the standard that long, with Liddle virtually ready to go it would have to be 18 months at the most with shared duties. But more likely only 6 months.
I was being a little sarcastic.
Am a RF fan but in saying that any contract apart from the rest of 2018 would be folly.
Give him and Benji the send off this year together.