We are a convict country and sadly a lot of the switched on Europeans stayed in Europe over the decades and the poor/undereducated ones left for a better life.
Culturally, we don’t have the brains here and dumbed down thing works for media in general. Saying that, it’s still the best country...
It’s not the rules that are the issue, it’s this romantic notion of how good the game was up until the end of the last century, and how we need to get closer to that.
If you watch games from the 80’s and 90’s, there is constant run and gun and not many players running both ways. I dare say...
So El Presidente is overseas!!
I wish someone had some decent intel on here - Cho was never going to Go this round due to this!!!
Looking that way.
Surely body language is a giveaway.
Seems like AR & the club may have made an agreement prior to the game with a Saints win the only way he stays.
But you are right - if they stick by him now it will be end of year axing. If that is the scenario, it wouldn’t hurt the club...
Maybe more to the point that the players tried a lot harder against the Cats than they have for ages as they feel the coach change may happen during the season and they need to impress whoever the new person is pronto.
Ideally this should happen Monday. No point in letting him coach out the season if the decision has been made.
Finals are impossible now. Forget the maths - just being realistic.
Richo’s body language suggested he knew that was it tonight. We can only hope.
We desperately need to draft a Stephenson (minus gambling) or Rozee- a first round pick that is an instant gun.
Maybe King & Jimmy Bytel will be that but in their second years, but in the upcoming draft we have to nail our first pick with a here and NOW player.
I’d still go with another top...
Richo is under pressure and he knows it.
No finals this year, no Richo next year.
He’s a desperate man trying to cling to his job.
They appear to be the facts.
Robbo wants Woosha out and is trying to downplay our situation as he doesn’t want too much competition for new coaches next...