yes. but i bet a few players and sponsors are going to jump ship..1/4 chicken,chips wrote: ↑Sun 02 Apr, 2017 6:20 pmIt's never too late .we have plenty who stick by win lose or draw
Some sponsors jumped b4 the season started. They could see the garbage was gonna hit the fanSeantice wrote: ↑Sun 02 Apr, 2017 6:29 pmyes. but i bet a few players and sponsors are going to jump ship..1/4 chicken,chips wrote: ↑Sun 02 Apr, 2017 6:20 pmIt's never too late .we have plenty who stick by win lose or draw
This team is an absolute rabble. Yes Teddy tried hard but as someone else said, Moses throws him the ball on EVERY attacking play...... Its way too predictable, and in the end even he was poor. I have no idea what happened to Ballin but surely thats the end for him.... Left us short an interchange and we simply cant afford that. Naiqama is a shirt grabbin liability and if he continues to play then Nofas opposing wingers will continue to score multiple tries. I thought Aloia and Sue were good.... Woods was ok along with Chee Kam, but thats about it really..... Someone needs to teach Suli how to change arms when hes carrying the ball, but hey, thats the least of this teams problems.
I haven't read anything here but towards end of game when restarting play after penalty kick why was Idris tapping the ball and someone else running onto it? It should have been Idris accepting the ball and running like a steam train at the line.
Malcolm Knox: What has happened this week is a pity for the Tigers, a pity for Jason Taylor and a pity for Robbie Farah, who had achieved more than the Big Four put together but was somehow turned into collateral damage. (SMH 25-26 March, 2017)
Have you thought that was the game plan from the coach.
"Listen Jack - just support Moses, he is the playmaker, I don't want you trying to take over"
He only received the ball twice from Moses and on one of those occasions, he grubbered into the "in goal" and it nearly led to a try.
I don't think JLJ had any say in how they played, he did what he was told.
No one is breaking your arm. There are 15 other teams you can support.Dingo wrote: ↑Sun 02 Apr, 2017 6:14 pmI feel ya brother, been following these idiots since I was a kid. I was too young to remember the 88 and 89 grand final and I lived overseas from 09-12 so i didn't see the 2010, 2011 football finals. I've only ever known about 2 months of what it feels like to follow a good football team and that was the last couple of months in 2005. Even then I had to put up with my mates and the media banging on about the tigers fluking it throughout that time. Come to think of it I guess I'm the idiot for being a fan of these limp Muppets.
Chee Kam really put in yesterday and I was excited we have found a utility player, one who continually beat his opponent and looked to off load. The young fellows in NSW Cup (Felise, Tatola, Sironen, Marsters, Liddle and also Giles) should be excited that there are opportunities in the NRL team. I think this could be a very exciting time for the club as some move on and others are promoted.
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Looks like it's time to hang em up. Shame, he's a good player