Post Match NRL 2020 - Round 10 - Warriors vs Sharks Post Match Discussion

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Rick O'Shay

Rick O'Shay

Just like Roger Tuivasa-Sheck has led us to greatness?
Look I get what you're saying .He's gone
I think it was the biggest mistake the club has made .
an we have made some shockers .
any one player is only a cog in the machine but given we haven't replaced
him yes I'm still pissed .an will remain pissed untill we get a playmaker
as for loyalty CG didn't show him any that's why this happened there are plenty of
interviews of him saying warriors for life .
Anyway I hope we resign him or sign Benji or someone because at the moment we suck

The biggest mistake we ever made was getting Watson as an owner although unavoidable at the time.

I still put all the woes of the club down to his management and the culture it spawned. Blame anyone you like but as owner he called the shots. The mess he presided over and the fallout from it will take years to recover from.
 
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Rick O'Shay

Rick O'Shay

It's now 24 hours after the game and having thought about it a lot, I have nothing positive to say
 
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wrighty

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It's now 24 hours after the game and having thought about it a lot, I have nothing positive to say
Haha your quote brings back memories...
I grew up in the 70s Rick and the sayings would permeate the community because there was only two TV stations.
Two of them that caught on were
1) If you don't have anything positive to say then don't say anything at all.
2) Warwick Taylor the incumbent number 12 for the ABs said the key to tackling is to watch the other guys hips.

It was also in vogue to say the word Dunny as often as possible to prove you were a real kiwi.
 
Rick O'Shay

Rick O'Shay

Haha your quote brings back memories...
I grew up in the 70s Rick and the sayings would permeate the community because there was only two TV stations.
Two of them that caught on were
1) If you don't have anything positive to say then don't say anything at all.
2) Warwick Taylor the incumbent number 12 for the ABs said the key to tackling is to watch the other guys hips.

It was also in vogue to say the word Dunny as often as possible to prove you were a real kiwi.

I grew up in Tokoroa Wrighty, I don't usually drink this much.
 
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