General Will you continue to support the Warriors?

Will you continue to support the Warriors?

  • GOTTA HAVE FAITH HURR DURR

    Votes: 9 8.9%
  • Yes

    Votes: 31 30.7%
  • Yes - at a severely reduced intensity

    Votes: 51 50.5%
  • No - not until 2017

    Votes: 9 8.9%
  • No - never again

    Votes: 1 1.0%

  • Total voters
    101
Fazz

Fazz

Pretty simple question.

I actually think I'm done. My support of this club been hanging from a thread for about a year now and now I think I'm done. I don't enjoy watching us play. I haven't enjoyed it since 2011. I've been a fan since I was a kid and now I think five years of solid, pathetic SHIT is enough to kill my love of the Warriors. All they do is make me angry. I might watch a game here and there, but at this point I just can't justify making watching this absolute crap any sort of a priority.

Can't wait to hear about "We don't know what went wrong" "Some individual lapses hurt us" and "I thought *player X, probably Jazz* went well for us" to be trotted out in the presser. You know the cliches are coming, but you know nothing, NOTHING will change.

I wish the team the best of luck with everything they do, but for me, I've had enough. At least until something massive changes.

RIP Faith 2K16
 
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wallacenz

wallacenz

Im about done, I didnt even watch most of that game. Quit before the heart attack
 
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Iafetas Kickstand Wang

Iafetas Kickstand Wang

I am getting closer and closer to giving it in. I, like most here, have supported this mob since 1995. And I keep getting my hopes up. We talked about a line in the sand, and yet we just get dumber and dumber. Individual accountability is non existent at the club. Its just an absolute rabble. I have to admit, I watch the game now not in anger like I used to, but acceptance of what I am sure will be hollow mediocrity. Not making the finals at all (and it will be the case again this year) after having 3 teams in 2011 in the Grand Final is scarcely believable. I would love to string Wayne Scurrah up the nads for not renewing Ivan Cleary's contract and letting him walk off to Penrith. That bloke had the roster under control. We went and threw a million dollar chip on the table and backed an absolute donkey with Brian McClennan. McClennan ... fuck son, you had it all, and within months you had destroyed it all. And we've never recovered from it.
 
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cro.warrior

cro.warrior

One more round for me if they lose next week, I'm done with Warriors and Nrl altogether. Both are SHIT!!!!!!
 
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Marshthedarsh

Yes. But I have felt since round one my number of fucks given is slowly reducing...

I go into every year thinking we can win the Grand Final, but knowing it probably wont happen. What hurts is that we show so much promise and get to 4th on the ladder then give up and narrowly avoid the spoon. Consistency would be nice, because its simply not possible to go up and down within 6 days like we do.

Supporting the Warriors is like riding a rollercoaster, except you know where you finish on the coaster. Actually scratch that, missing the eight is pretty obvious and that's all that matters.
 
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Jordan G

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No I'm done.

I love league and I watch every game regardless, but if the Warriors folded tomorrow I would continue to do so and not feel any different. In fact it might even be better because there would be one more game for me to watch where I actually get to see the whole game rather than missing half of it because my eyes have rolled up into the back of my head.
 
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Mr Bob

Mr Bob

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I honestly felt fuck all when watching this game.

Even when we were a head and then blew those last minute tries. I felt nothing.

No anger, no frustration.

When Kata passed the ball to the winger - i laughed = it was so fucking typical of this team and the way they play.

When Shaun Johnson gave up the first try trying to pass the ball in his in goal = i rolled my eyes thinking here we go....

When Luke pushed the player to give away the penalty from which the panthers scored on the next set - i will thinking - paycheck collector

Back to your question - would i still support this team?

Yes.

I will always support this team , but the passion and love I once felt has died.
 
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STEEDEN

STEEDEN

Im still in 100%, who else am I going to support? Canberra? the Titans? fuck that

Im as sick as anyone of these bullshit performances but Ill still support the club.

Cappy obviously isn't up to the job, and its time for a few overpaid underperforming "senior players to move on ", but that's for another thread.
 
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Waiting For Premiership

Waiting For Premiership

Think its now come to a point that watching the Warriors isn't enjoyable, listening to the excuses week after week, while we can see that their actually pretty dumb between the ears, a coach who is so out his depth that cant even pick and use his bench correctly , and then try and build a team around Shaun Johnson will never work , move Johnston to the centres or just drop him.
 
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Waro-rakau

......Highlanders V Crusaders, what a game - so proud to be Kiwi.................worriers' WTF, I thought JD would introduce a winning culture (oh no), I thought Sir henry would spark them up (oh no), honestly no-one has any idea, thank god they aren't listed on the stock market, we would all be broke (not just mentally)
 
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matiunz

matiunz

This year yet?
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It's bloody tough to keep justifying it.
I'd love to say no but I seem to keep sticking around, the enjoyment factor has definitely been diminished though
 
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Jordan G

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I honestly felt fuck all when watching this game.

Even when we were a head and then blew those last minute tries. I felt nothing.

No anger, no frustration.

When Kata passed the ball to the winger - i laughed = it was so fucking typical of this team and the way they play.

When Shaun Johnson gave up the first try trying to pass the ball in his in goal = i rolled my eyes thinking here we go....

When Luke pushed the player to give away the penalty from which the panthers scored on the next set - i will thinking - paycheck collector

Back to your question - would i still support this team?

Yes.

I will always support this team , but the passion and love I once felt has died.

Nice summary. Sadly accurate.

I consider myself more of a well wisher than a supporter at this point.
 
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Pete

Pete

If we were to give up I think we would have done that 10 years ago. The hungrier you get, the tastier the meal. My God, we are hungry. 2017. Has a ring to it
 
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Warriorholic

Warriorholic

I just get so angry and wound up now, its not healthy, they are almost like a cancer eating away at me. I will be far better off just to walk away for a while
 
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dazlendazle

QUOTE="Fazz, post: 585977, member: 15"]Pretty simple question.

I actually think I'm done. My support of this club been hanging from a thread for about a year now and now I think I'm done. I don't enjoy watching us play. I haven't enjoyed it since 2011. I've been a fan since I was a kid and now I think five years of solid, pathetic SHIT is enough to kill my love of the Warriors. All they do is make me angry. I might watch a game here and there, but at this point I just can't justify making watching this absolute crap any sort of a priority.

Can't wait to hear about "We don't know what went wrong" "Some individual lapses hurt us" and "I thought *player X, probably Jazz* went well for us" to be trotted out in the presser. You know the cliches are coming, but you know nothing, NOTHING will change.

I wish the team the best of luck with everything they do, but for me, I've had enough. At least until something massive changes.

RIP Faith 2K16[/QUOTE]
G

I feel the same, Ive followed the Warriors since '95 and yes they were on the improve over the first decade and into the new millenium. Todays loss were individuals stupidity why oh why do they let these stupid errors come into play week in week out since god knows how long, its never ending, stupid plays of the ball on first or second tackles, holding too long in tackles, unecessary offloading, constant no look passes or passes in traffic when not necessary when near oppositions try line, its just got to be looked at and the players just not only take ownership of these constant historical mistakes but must or should be penalised ultimately punish them into not doing or at least keep them close to 0 self stupid errors. These self errors are not the usual game cant do anyhing about them errors, these are constant self generated errors of each individual that CAN be avoided and the coach has to learn to drive it out of their brains.
 
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bruce

bruce

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I am a rugby league retard, I will always follow them until I end up hanging myself.:eek: Seriously though the sponsors won't.
 
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Alexthewormking

Alexthewormking

Will support the team regardless. But I definitely need a break from watching them. I find I spend most of each game day with a feeling of dread/anxiety, I even have dreams about them blowing games due to stupid errors. It's not healthy.

I actually prefer watching the other games so that I can just relax and watch League, I enjoy every game I watch but I can't say I e enjoyed this team for awhile now.

So yes, I'll always support this team regardless. I've tried my best to find a 'second team' to support the last couple of years, but I'm afraid I'm too far gone for that.
 
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