I really liked hearing him say that.He mentions he needs to train hard as he had a few bad games last year.
He wins a Dally M and still looking to eliminate the few bad moments. If every player that pulled on the jersey had that attitude consistency wouldn't be an issue.
The fact these 2 and Roger are so good under the high ball takes that option away from anyone playing us which is massive. Work on our goal line/ edge D and with Roger being so good at cleaning up grubbers what does the opposition have left?Just give him the Dally M 2019 now so we can concentrate on the year ahead thanks. Outstanding as usual, him and the other of the back 3.
What makes me laugh is teams bombing to Fusitua and Maumolo. Have they not watched these guys catch balls offensively yet?
Precisely and not to mention when the overlap is on Roger is such a good full back at reading the game ahead of time he has been there many times to bundle the player overlap into touch.The fact these 2 and Roger are so good under the high ball takes that option away from anyone playing us which is massive. Work on our goal line/ edge D and with Roger being so good at cleaning up grubbers what does the opposition have left?
Roger is a better athlete, but Jonesey is a once in a generation playerI dunno Stacey was pretty driven as a player and infinitely more talented when it comes to all skills in the game.
Stacey is pretty much the only reason any NRL club holds some fear in the back of their minds about 'the games never over against the Warriors mentality'.
Roger doesn’t have any of that history nor can he gain it from after the fact.
Remembering that Stacey Jones arrived with no Aussie NRL club shaping and was instantly as good as almost any of theirs purely on Jebus given talent. The thought of him having a mentor akin to Mini in his formative years just blows the mind.