It does make sense but there is that chance where we are in a elimination, preliminary or heaven forbid a grand final, it's wet and we don't have home ground advantage. We need to play wet weather better.So much vitriolic abuse of individual players, but the underlying issue is that we didn’t handle with wet conditions, and fumbled the ball and miss kicked.
Dry day completely different team..every time we have a wet game I cringe and expect the worst.
We rarely train when it’s wet and we certainly don’t like playing when it’s wet. We live in Perth FFS.
Sure it’s a winter game and we get occasional games that are wet, but the Suns get most games that Dew is a factor and no doubt train in that environment.
It’s call Home Ground Advantage..
Dust ourselves off and move on I say!