No I was having a go at you, all season you and others have been acting high and mighty and bagging those who have been critical of worsfold. Seeing as it is looking like you have been right this whole time- maybe you and the others can select our new coach, becuase you know- you never get things wrong
I am not one to comment that often about what Woosha does or doesn’t do on game day based on how he looks. SImply because we only get to see him for the very short moment the cameras focus on him.
However yesterday the commentators and then the after match reporting all said the same thing, he looked like he wasn’t doing much all game except cheering occasionally. That’s a worry if true or maybe a sign of something else.
Why would people who don’t want the coach sacked select a new coach?
I mean I get you’re trying to be funny but it’s not working.
I think most people that are seen as pro Woosha are more just sick and tired of this coaching merrygoround where supporters lump ridiculous expectations on the next bloke and then want him sacked the first sign of turmoil. It’s rinse and repeat same ■■■■.
Other clubs have shown that there is something to be said for backing the coach in, and getting the right support behind him. It’s not as simple as it’s made out to be on here and the role of the head coach is so unbelivably misunderstood.
I don’t even fkn think Woosha deserves all the credit for wins, it’s just fun stirring you guys up because every loss we have it’s almost inconceivable that it wasn’t his fault.
I honestly don’t even know because the past fortnight is so far off the weeks before that. He’s either completely lost the players, he’s already been moved on or there is an illness going through the club. That’s not really an answer I know but it’s just too difficult to tell, I mean the past fortnight has been really, really, unusually bad that something HAS to be up.
I certainly don’t think we’ve given him the greatest chance to succeed, but I don’t think we’ve done that with any coach since Sheedy.
We even ended up hamstringing Sheeds towards the end. Jackson got his hands on the club and we went downhill from there.
Campbell cops a lot on this forum but he has helped as rebuild financially and has also helped the spending in the right areas. He may have some faults but that is one thing he has helped us get right for a change.
Now we just need to fix development, coaching, fitness and recruiting.