Tue, 21 Aug 2012 6:40p.m.
He described the Warriors coaching role as his dream job just over a year ago. Now Brian “Bluey” McClennan's tenure has finished up anything but.
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23/08/2012 10:30:09 a.m.
lois tyler wrote:
i think they should go back to school and learn right from wrong.Been following them from day one .cheers Lois Tyler
22/08/2012 2:04:11 a.m.
Last season, the Warriors released a host of experienced players such as Lance Hohaia, Aaron Heremaia, Brett Seymour, Joel Moon, Shaun Berrigan and Jeremy Latimore, while hooker Nathan Friend was the only player with NRL experience recruited. Dean Bell you clearly don't have a clue! You should be in the barrel too! Some others should also be in the firing line as well since they are in that mood... How bout getting rid of some of the over paid, over hyped pre-madonnas that take the field with feeble tackling attempts and defensive reads along with lacklustre running week in week out??? I could name at least 5 in this group but won't! Why they are at it have a long hard look at the defence coach cause there was none and the fitness coaches cause this team was seriously not up to scratch hence they couldnt play 80 minutes... We need a no nonsense Aussie coach and training staff that are not all "mates" with the players.. Bellamy and a hand picked team to assist picked by him would be ideal, open your wallets Glenn & Watson.. A kiwi coach will never do well at this club with its culture we need a hard nosed Aussie that will drop these players that only turn up once every 3 weeks... The trouble is half the team have a dig and the other are there just to pick up another pay packet.. Also the sooner they realise the Toyota Cup is not the pathway to NRL the better.. Toyota Cup is light years away from the NRL in every aspect of the game.. Its kids playing kids. If they show promise give them a year or two in the Vulcans "men playing men" then give them a shot at the big time...Sort it out Warriors or loose you massive fan base slowly but surely...
21/08/2012 7:27:34 p.m.
Poor timing and humiliating for Bluey. Scurrah or scurrilous? The players are a disgraceful rabble and let their coach down. Sack a few of them and the rest will take notice. Sack Scurrah and a deputy for their handling of the coaches dismissal 2 games left. Kearney is not the answer either...epic fail at Eels. Tony Iro and say John Ackland or Mike McClennan or the current Mt Albert coach would be better.
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