Post Match NRL 2016 - Round 26 - Warriors vs Eels Post Match Discussion

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01 Jan 1970 12:00
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Will we make the top 8?

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Bluecat again

Bluecat again

Leaving the Warriors would be the best thing that could happen to Lolohea. Poor kid. Unfortunately he is just one more kid who has been fucked around by the Warriors until he doesn't know where he is. He is not the only one that needs to move on to better things and he is just one among plenty that have had their careers put in jeopardy over the last 22 years
Let him go somewhere decent with good coaching and support and give him a chance. He has talent but the Warriors are never going to show him how to make the most of it
 
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jonno

jonno

Look I no Manu has meat puppets for hands but hey you can't deny he is giving it his all, wether or not that's good enuf is a different story, I don't no how Matulino gets an above average fantasy score every week and yesterday he just plain went missing in action, the guy obviously doesn't want to be here or he doesn't want the coach here. If the coach goes and he continues to play like this I would drop him to reserves to see out next season then fuck him off to whoever would take him. Probably the Mt Roskill ballet for girls.
I'm not sure that would work. The last three guys we did that too, inu, Mateo and hurrell all came out smelling good at their new clubs.

We need to sign players who will give 100%. Not guys with loads of potential, but no heart or love for the club.
 
Bluecat again

Bluecat again

On the bright side :)

We got 10th. That means there are 6 sets of fans feeling crappier than we are. And 6 coaches and teams worse than ours

Aren't we lucky :banghead:
 
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jonno

jonno

Shaun Johnson rips his team mates like he hits the line.

When is someone going to give the fumbling fucks a proper spray... The constant innuendo is making people nervous.

Just spray and walk away. Fuck.
 
Blain

Blain

Don't worry guys, we've got plenty to look forward to next year.

We've let go of Tommy Loolooeye, Shaun Lane, Lousi, Well, Ali, Hurrell, Robson.

We've signed,, ah... Hmm.

There's heaps of good players on the market ATM, like... Ahh,, hmmm.. Benji Marshall? :dead:

Cappy's gonna be coach again.. So awesome..

Fuck Doyle needs to work some magic here or we'll turn out like the Knights.
 
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Khaboom

Khaboom

Cappy must be gone. Manu must be ready to retire. Lolohea must never play FullBack ever again.

Total basket case of a footy outfit.
Three out of three. There are a few more to add though...
 
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Khaboom

Khaboom

More...

4) Never play Ken Maumalo on the wing again - he just doesn't have the energy to compete
5) Only play Fusitua on the wing
6) Hoffman is only going to go backwards from here so say goodbye and if Matualino is going to stay try him there instead
7) Lillyman isn't getting enough to make it worth keeping him so that's 2 more props we need (and Gavet isn't one of them)
8) Ayshford would probably be half decent on one wing until we find someone new
9) We better get Foran...
 
imallrin

imallrin

Leaving the Warriors would be the best thing that could happen to Lolohea. Poor kid. Unfortunately he is just one more kid who has been fucked around by the Warriors until he doesn't know where he is. He is not the only one that needs to move on to better things and he is just one among plenty that have had their careers put in jeopardy over the last 22 years
Let him go somewhere decent with good coaching and support and give him a chance. He has talent but the Warriors are never going to show him how to make the most of it
I totally agree, he has tons of talent, he has just had one giant head fuck. Wish him all the best and hope he does go to another club, if he does you watch, he will be a star in 2-3 years.
 
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Mr Bob

Mr Bob

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Fuck Doyle needs to work some magic here or we'll turn out like the Knights.

Boom!

Now you've gone and done it.

You've compared us to the Knights!!!!

Its worst than i thought.

Jim Doyle, save us, you're our only hope.
 
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Jay M

Jay M

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11703723
Three stats that will make Warriors fans cry
By Alex McLeod

2:29 PM Monday Sep 5, 2016

Another NRL regular season passes by, another season where the Warriors have frustrated, infuriated, and, most of all, disappointed their fans by missing out on a playoffs berth.

The heights reached by the club in the 2011 season where an Ivan Cleary-coached side made the NRL grand final for just the second time in the franchise's history have not been close to being repeated by the crop of players and coaches who represented the Warriors between 2012 and 2016.

The club has become a graveyard for coaches, with Andrew McFadden being the fourth coach in that time period to try and emulate the success of Cleary's class of 2011, and with no success in achieving that objective, there is speculation swirling around suggesting he might be the fourth head coach to be shown the revolving door at Mt Smart Stadium.

As these Warriors sides from over the past five years that have continually embarrassed themselves, statistics have developed and formed highlighting just how poorly the Penrose-based side are, and for players, coaches and fans alike, they do not make for pretty reading.

Here are three key numbers that represent how the Warriors have fared in the NRL over the past five seasons:

0

The number of times the Warriors have made the playoffs since their 2011 heroics. Although many will consider this to be a poor statistic to have on the Warriors' track record, some may believe it not be that bad of a statistic, as surely the Warriors aren't the only side to have not played finals football over the past five seasons? Wrong.

Aside from the Eels, who would have qualified for this seasons playoffs had they not lost 12 points due to the salary cap scandal they were embroiled in earlier in the season, the Warriors are the only side in the NRL not to have qualified for the playoffs since 2012.

Even the likes of the Newcastle Knights, who have had arguably the worst NRL season on record this year, made the playoffs in 2013.

The closest the Warriors have come to making the playoffs in that five year period was in 2014, where if they had scored just 13 more points in any of their 24 matches from throughout their season, they would have snuck in at eighth spot ahead of the Brisbane Broncos. Instead, they had to settle for ninth.

601

The number of points the Warriors have let in this season against opposition sides. This is the third worst points against record by any team in the competition this year, with only the Tigers (607) and the Knights (800) leaking more points than the Warriors.

This is a fair reflection of the woefulness of the Warriors' defence this year, with the most points dumped on the Warriors in matches this season being the Rabbitohs' 41-22 drubbing at Mt Smart Stadium two weeks ago, closely followed by the Eels' 40-18 thrashing last night at the same venue.

The only Warriors side over the past five seasons to have surpassed this year's side in most points conceded was Brian McClennan and Tony Iro's squad of 2012, who allowed 609 points to get past them.

20

The percentage of games the Warriors have won in the remaining five games of the season over the last five seasons. This is perhaps the most worrying statistic for Warriors players, coaches and fans, as the Warriors have only managed to win a measly five games of the 25 last five games of the season they have played since 2012.

This shows the home run to finals footy, the most important period of the season where wins need to be secured in order to claim a spot in the top eight, is the period of the season where the Warriors choke and perform at their worst.

In 2013 and 2014, they won two of their last five games, while this year, they won just one (a 24-14 win over the Titans four weeks ago).

In 2012 and 2015, they won none of their final five games, and looking further into their final games of those two seasons, both of those Warriors sides finished their last eight matches with eight losses.

The last five matches of the season for the Warriors often results in some of the largest losses of the year as well.

In 2012, the Warriors lost their fourth-to-last match 52-12 to the Cowboys and their second-last match 38-6 to the Dragons.

In 2014, they were humbled 46-12 by the Roosters in their third last match, while in 2015, they were thrashed 36-0 by the Dragons in their fifth last match before falling victim to consecutive 50-16 losses to the Cowboys and Tigers, three and two games before the seasons end.

In the past few weeks, losses to the Rabbitohs (41-22), Cowboys (34-6) and Eels (40-18) emphasise just how poor the Warriors are in the last stretch of the competition, an aspect of the Warriors that needs to be fixed and fixed quickly, to ensure fans don't endure another five seasons of pain.
 
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Sledge

Sledge

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=11703723
Three stats that will make Warriors fans cry
By Alex McLeod

2:29 PM Monday Sep 5, 2016

Another NRL regular season passes by, another season where the Warriors have frustrated, infuriated, and, most of all, disappointed their fans by missing out on a playoffs berth.

The heights reached by the club in the 2011 season where an Ivan Cleary-coached side made the NRL grand final for just the second time in the franchise's history have not been close to being repeated by the crop of players and coaches who represented the Warriors between 2012 and 2016.

The club has become a graveyard for coaches, with Andrew McFadden being the fourth coach in that time period to try and emulate the success of Cleary's class of 2011, and with no success in achieving that objective, there is speculation swirling around suggesting he might be the fourth head coach to be shown the revolving door at Mt Smart Stadium.

As these Warriors sides from over the past five years that have continually embarrassed themselves, statistics have developed and formed highlighting just how poorly the Penrose-based side are, and for players, coaches and fans alike, they do not make for pretty reading.

Here are three key numbers that represent how the Warriors have fared in the NRL over the past five seasons:

0

The number of times the Warriors have made the playoffs since their 2011 heroics. Although many will consider this to be a poor statistic to have on the Warriors' track record, some may believe it not be that bad of a statistic, as surely the Warriors aren't the only side to have not played finals football over the past five seasons? Wrong.

Aside from the Eels, who would have qualified for this seasons playoffs had they not lost 12 points due to the salary cap scandal they were embroiled in earlier in the season, the Warriors are the only side in the NRL not to have qualified for the playoffs since 2012.

Even the likes of the Newcastle Knights, who have had arguably the worst NRL season on record this year, made the playoffs in 2013.

The closest the Warriors have come to making the playoffs in that five year period was in 2014, where if they had scored just 13 more points in any of their 24 matches from throughout their season, they would have snuck in at eighth spot ahead of the Brisbane Broncos. Instead, they had to settle for ninth.

601

The number of points the Warriors have let in this season against opposition sides. This is the third worst points against record by any team in the competition this year, with only the Tigers (607) and the Knights (800) leaking more points than the Warriors.

This is a fair reflection of the woefulness of the Warriors' defence this year, with the most points dumped on the Warriors in matches this season being the Rabbitohs' 41-22 drubbing at Mt Smart Stadium two weeks ago, closely followed by the Eels' 40-18 thrashing last night at the same venue.

The only Warriors side over the past five seasons to have surpassed this year's side in most points conceded was Brian McClennan and Tony Iro's squad of 2012, who allowed 609 points to get past them.

20

The percentage of games the Warriors have won in the remaining five games of the season over the last five seasons. This is perhaps the most worrying statistic for Warriors players, coaches and fans, as the Warriors have only managed to win a measly five games of the 25 last five games of the season they have played since 2012.

This shows the home run to finals footy, the most important period of the season where wins need to be secured in order to claim a spot in the top eight, is the period of the season where the Warriors choke and perform at their worst.

In 2013 and 2014, they won two of their last five games, while this year, they won just one (a 24-14 win over the Titans four weeks ago).

In 2012 and 2015, they won none of their final five games, and looking further into their final games of those two seasons, both of those Warriors sides finished their last eight matches with eight losses.

The last five matches of the season for the Warriors often results in some of the largest losses of the year as well.

In 2012, the Warriors lost their fourth-to-last match 52-12 to the Cowboys and their second-last match 38-6 to the Dragons.

In 2014, they were humbled 46-12 by the Roosters in their third last match, while in 2015, they were thrashed 36-0 by the Dragons in their fifth last match before falling victim to consecutive 50-16 losses to the Cowboys and Tigers, three and two games before the seasons end.

In the past few weeks, losses to the Rabbitohs (41-22), Cowboys (34-6) and Eels (40-18) emphasise just how poor the Warriors are in the last stretch of the competition, an aspect of the Warriors that needs to be fixed and fixed quickly, to ensure fans don't endure another five seasons of pain.


Useless pricks just don't want to play finals footy
 
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imallrin

imallrin

Useless pricks just don't want to play finals footy
playing in the finals they probably expect more money as they would consider it overtime lol, just a bunch of fucking losers apart from a very very small minority
 
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Akkerz

Akkerz

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Well done Warriors - you senior players have successfully fucked the Club, your coaches, the fans and your sponsors again.
Bet you are feeling pretty smug right now but over 5 years on it's obvious there is an agenda or a turf war amongst some players & it's no co-incidence that the club once again has these embarrassing results.
Time for my maudlin Monday followed by tequila Tuesday, wobbly Wednesday, 2 litre bourbon Thurs, a fucked up Friday, smashed again Saturday finishing with sanctimonious Sunday when I will be asking forgiveness from her indoors for my annual week of NRL Warriors failure behaviour.

Konnie will probably win the bloody p'ship - with Haynes help of course.
 
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Duh herro

Stupid
Horrendous
In-comprehensive
Terrible

Coincidentally the first letter of each word put together sums up the Warriors performance.

Feel for Allen Mac and Owen Wright.
They deserved to go out on a better note than that.
 
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diehard

Love how Shaun Johnson said the team let Cappy and themselves down. What about the fans? We pay his salary. The nerve to blame others on the team when he is not pulling his weight. I don't think he kicked a fifth tackle ball, did he? Not even a grubber. His worst game to date, mainly from lack of effort and inactivity.
 
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hoolioh

hoolioh

Just watched the game. Must of counted 4 or 5 missed almost certain tries witch sums it all to me. Looked like they actually had a dig. if it weren't for the stupid errors an wings jamming in and for a few of them chances finished...?? Oh well who cares seasons done. Manu tried but dosent have the killer instinct. Good to see him break through the line like he used to do. Somebody already posted it an I agree Fusitua needs to be on the wing. Tui never at fullback. Ken an Manu need to be moved to the forwards an number one cappy has got to go his musical chair backline has fucked us over way too many times
 
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Eccawarrior

Eccawarrior

That's what I miss about Warriors a prime example like Hohaia, small in stature but big in heart, I appreciate the player he was
 

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