Dare to dream.
Good post brother.This forum is very doom and gloom.
Lets be real here, the cows sit 2nd on the table, are a very good team full of very good players, who give their all every play.
The warriors are a poorly coached team, and have been for years, they play like a team who have fired their coach recently, because thats exactly what they are, our players dont have much confidence and they haven't been put in positions where they can easily succeed.
Walsh has been poor all year, but with any other top team he would be doing so much better, he hasnt been put in a good position to succeed or to grow, hes only very young and we have seen this for years now with many different players being poorly managed.
But we do have some light, we do have some good players coming through like vailea and volkman and kosi, we have good players like Addin Fonua-Blake, harris, curran. All we need is a good coach, and some stability with regards to our home base, playing at mount smart will win us games and hopefully our new coach can instil the mentality needed to win away in Australia next season.
Unlike most here, i wish walsh all the best next year and i have no doubt that he is going to be a great player in a much better system and team in Brisbane.
Its been a long season and i cant wait to it to be over and the fresh hope of another season will make me feel like next year is our year.
Being a heavy critic of Walsh during this game I totally agree, its nothing personal.
I wish him all the best at the Broncos.
I feel aside from his one hit wonder performance against the Tigers last year, most teams have figured him out on attack and defence.
He really is still work in progress, and I hope the broncos are smart enough to see this rather than letting him fail in the spot light. He needs to put on a few more pounds in the off-season, because he’s being thrown around like a rag doll on defence.. then he needs to work on his positional play.. then his tackling… front, side, behind.. there’s more than one angle to defense at full back.