@tig_prmz I agree and he tried his all I thought today
I fear what will come on this thread though there are a lot of angry folk around looking to vent
Just read the live thread, yeah it was rough but they were outgunned today and I’m proud of 9th from this squad but I may be in the minority on the forum
Madge. A guy came to him with a muscle strain before kick off…so he had to replace him with a guy with a broken leg. Classic wts. Only would happen to us. Welcome to the mad house madge.
He didn’t have to replace him with a guy with a broken leg. That guy should have been well and truly ruled out a long time ago. It was awful decision making.
Just read the live thread, yeah it was rough but they were outgunned today and I’m proud of 9th from this squad but I may be in the minority on the forum.
And with the dreaded thought of having approx. $180k to play with, we should more concerned with how we improve on our squad and how we will line up next year.
What an exceptional year for both Benji and Garner.
Thought Elijah and Alex have been outstanding leaders for Mikaele and Clarke and it’s such a shame Aloiai didn’t finish the year- as I thought he really came into his own.
Loved watching the growth of Brooks, Matterson and Momorovski this year also.
Corey Thompson once again proved he’s Mr Reliable.
We may not have gotten the desired result but today honestly showed us that we just don’t have the squad yet. Their squad with the likes of Graham, Johnson, Gallen, Fifita, (and even)Woods offer sooo much more big game experience.
I don’t like the whole “woe is me” mentality and just hope to see Brooks use this game as motivation to work on certain aspects of his game.
@rustycage couldn’t agree more rusty. I feel it was an absolutely diabolical decision by Madge to send Farah onto the field, what was our supposed super coach thinking at the time, as Farah was no more than a cripple, and I don’t recall Chris Lawrence being injured. So…why was he replaced?