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Re: Todays Loss could work in our favour for next year

Posted: Sun 11 Sep, 2016 7:51 pm
by 851
TigerWoods wrote:
foreveratiger wrote:
tigers2005 wrote:
foreveratiger wrote:In answer to the Original post....let's be serious how poor were the Warriors though?

You do get caught up in the moment and think gee we just need to beat the Raiders and where playing semi final footy, but realistically we have so many 1st Graders that simply aren't that.

Our Forwards are soft bellies with no Mongrel or intimidation about them.
They couldn't even get physced up for the occasion in the opening 20 minutes with a packed house.

Then again a Club with no accountability with the same plodders getting picked every week, they are hardly going to bust there guts when they will still get picked regardless the following week.
A bit of complacency happening with some of our players IMO.
Havent you heard, accountability doesnt get you in the semis. If you make your players accountable then you have to drop them, and dropping players means players coming jn and out of your team which is bad for consistency and cohesion lol. Only at the tigers ah.....
And that's what pisses me off about the Club i support....the tripe i have to believe that " the best 17 was picked " :blah :blah :blah .
I can still visually see Rankin knocking that ball on against the Bulldogs that was on his chest that would of sealed the game or the 200 knock ons i had to witness at Penrith Stadium from Rankin but he still got picked every week .
The lack of involvement from Brooks throughout the year the missed tackles that led to tries .
The poor lack of defensive reads from Naiqama , the rushing up in defence when not required .
Lovett , Edwards etc but they will all get picked every week .
We had Addo-Carr untouched for half a year and persisted with Rankin when Addo- Carr was the form winger during Pre-Season , Rod Griffin not even experimented and see if he had it .
100% agree with you mate. I was at the Penrith game and thought there was no way Rankin would be picked again. Absolute rubbish[/quote]
I was there too, and if ever accountability was called on it was after that game, as JT cranked on about when Farah was dropped, JT lied there was no accountability and Farah was shoved out, just sack the bloke and move on.

Re: Todays Loss could work in our favour for next year

Posted: Sun 11 Sep, 2016 7:52 pm
by GNR4LIFE
851 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:
TigerWoods wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote: Embarrassing. And some think a coaching change will solve everything lol.
It won't but it's a bloody good start
Not when you've already sacked the one before him with pretty much the same squad. At what point do we collectively put the responsibility on the players? Blaming the coach is an cop out and a excuse not to focus on the role the players play. When we do sack him and don't move forward we'll call for the next coach to be sacked too.
This is not true, Potter was not sacked, his contract run out and was not renewed. :lol:
What's the difference? He still lost his job.

Re: Todays Loss could work in our favour for next year

Posted: Sun 11 Sep, 2016 7:56 pm
by innsaneink
Kavi wrote:missing 14 finals series in 17 years should be a wakeup call
The only constant in all those years has been the logo (slightly altered) and the fans
Those that matter come and go, players coaches officials
I dont think anyone at the club has a sense or feel of history, nor should they really...nothing much there to be proud of

Re: Todays Loss could work in our favour for next year

Posted: Sun 11 Sep, 2016 8:31 pm
by 851
GNR4LIFE wrote:
851 wrote:
GNR4LIFE wrote:
TigerWoods wrote: It won't but it's a bloody good start
Not when you've already sacked the one before him with pretty much the same squad. At what point do we collectively put the responsibility on the players? Blaming the coach is an cop out and a excuse not to focus on the role the players play. When we do sack him and don't move forward we'll call for the next coach to be sacked too.
This is not true, Potter was not sacked, his contract run out and was not renewed. :lol:
What's the difference? He still lost his job.
Huge difference, no hassle no money changes hands, imagine if Farah was off contrsct not moved on, big big difference and much easier for the club.