General Roosters result

jahc_old

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Jeez what a great game. I gotta change my signature to "Epalahame Lauaki == Warriors best attacking forward!"
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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Yeah another awewsome game by the boys!!!!! Lauaki was outstanding as was ropati. Everyone did there part though, and special mention to webby and awen. Thanks for the memories.
 

AmeriKiwi_old

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Great game, great weather, and a larger than usual crowd for today`s game. I just got home from the game and haven`t heard what the fan attendance figures were, but I`d say it was at least 15 - 17,000 today.
 

KeepingTheFaith_old

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12,711 I believe was the crowd Amerikiwi. It was an awesome game. Warriors set the tone from the first set of six and never relented. Can't think of a player who didn't play well or contribute.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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KeepingTheFaith said:
12,711 I believe was the crowd Amerikiwi. It was an awesome game. Warriors set the tone from the first set of six and never relented. Can't think of a player who didn't play well or contribute.

Yeah your right. Everyone contributed and the result shows :)

GO THE WARRIORS!!!!!
 

jahc_old

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Thats the second worst performance I've seen from an NRL team against the Warriors this year.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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jahc said:
Thats the second worst performance I've seen from an NRL team against the Warriors this year.

The first im gueesing is the rabbitohs performance(66-0) lol.
But your right the roosters just looked so disjointed and good on the warriors for capitalizing.
 

AmeriKiwi_old

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KeepingTheFaith said:
12,711 I believe was the crowd Amerikiwi. It was an awesome game. Warriors set the tone from the first set of six and never relented. Can't think of a player who didn't play well or contribute.

Sure looked like more than 12,000... still a good turnout, though, and will keep improving as long as the Warriors keep playing well. They looked GREAT today and outplayed the Roosters 2-1 in almost every stat category. Bring on 2007!!
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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AmeriKiwi said:
KeepingTheFaith said:
Sure looked like more than 12,000... still a good turnout, though, and will keep improving as long as the Warriors keep playing well.

Bring on 2007!!

Yeah the commentary defintley said 12,711.

And with the form we will have going into next year cant wait for 2007 BRING IT ON!!!!!!
 

Skinny_Ravs82

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Roosters were a disgrace. You'd think playing for pride would get them doing something but no...lol. Feel sorry for their fans thou. They finish 06 badly but the Warriors will finish 06 happy!
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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Skinny_Ravs82 said:
Roosters were a disgrace. You'd think playing for pride would get them doing something but no...lol. Feel sorry for their fans thou. They finish 06 badly but the Warriors will finish 06 happy!

Yeah im happy with warriors this year and a win next week over the broncos will have me delighted!!!!!! :)
 

warriors4life_old

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Good crowd in, and the Warriors delivered, I'm really hoping that we can get up over the Broncos next week so we finish on a 5 match winning streak rather than a loss.
 

edguy_old

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the roosters played like they are looking for a new coach next year ....

sounds like ricky will not have a team for 2007 , but will be the australian coach ...
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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edguy said:
the roosters played like they are looking for a new coach next year ....

sounds like ricky will not have a team for 2007 , but will be the australian coach ...

I think ricky stuart will stay coach. Hes just got to remember that "tough times dont last, tough people do" :)
 

edguy_old

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Roosters to sack Stuart
By Phil Rothfield and Rebecca Wilson

August 27, 2006 The Sydney Roosters are on the verge of sacking Test coach Ricky Stuart, and paying out the final year of his contract.

We can today reveal head honcho Nick Politis last week put all senior positions at the football club, including the entire coaching staff, under review.

Rumours swept football circles last week that club powerbrokers were desperately trying to convince former champion five-eighth Brad Fittler to take over Stuart's job in partnership with Channel Nine's Phil Gould.

Fittler has been reluctant to accept the role because of his friendship and respect for Stuart.
We're told he will be offered the first grade coaching job with Gould returning as director of coaching.

We contacted Stuart to ask him about the rumours yesterday but he declined to comment.

When we approached Politis yesterday, he confirmed Stuart's job is under review.

"We're running a business and not a very successful one at the moment. We're second last. Other than that, I've got no comment to make."

Another source told us: "There is definitely something happening with Brad Fittler.

"Everyone at the football club was told last week that all positions are under review."

If Politis cannot convince Fittler to take on the job, the Roosters have few alternatives. Outgoing Penrith coach Johnny Lang, who played for the Roosters in the 1980 grand final, is an option but an unlikely one.

Whatever happens, Politis has decided that missing the semi-finals for two years in a row is unacceptable and that the club is in need of a new coach and new direction.

The one thing that hasn't changed is that the man who knifed Stuart is one of Politis' closest friends, and the same cold-blooded person who callously worked behind the scenes to have the previous coach Graham Murray sacked as well
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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edguy said:
Roosters to sack Stuart
By Phil Rothfield and Rebecca Wilson

August 27, 2006 The Sydney Roosters are on the verge of sacking Test coach Ricky Stuart, and paying out the final year of his contract.

We can today reveal head honcho Nick Politis last week put all senior positions at the football club, including the entire coaching staff, under review.

Rumours swept football circles last week that club powerbrokers were desperately trying to convince former champion five-eighth Brad Fittler to take over Stuart's job in partnership with Channel Nine's Phil Gould.

Fittler has been reluctant to accept the role because of his friendship and respect for Stuart.
We're told he will be offered the first grade coaching job with Gould returning as director of coaching.

We contacted Stuart to ask him about the rumours yesterday but he declined to comment.

When we approached Politis yesterday, he confirmed Stuart's job is under review.

"We're running a business and not a very successful one at the moment. We're second last. Other than that, I've got no comment to make."

Another source told us: "There is definitely something happening with Brad Fittler.

"Everyone at the football club was told last week that all positions are under review."

If Politis cannot convince Fittler to take on the job, the Roosters have few alternatives. Outgoing Penrith coach Johnny Lang, who played for the Roosters in the 1980 grand final, is an option but an unlikely one.

Whatever happens, Politis has decided that missing the semi-finals for two years in a row is unacceptable and that the club is in need of a new coach and new direction.

The one thing that hasn't changed is that the man who knifed Stuart is one of Politis' closest friends, and the same cold-blooded person who callously worked behind the scenes to have the previous coach Graham Murray sacked as well


OK then judging by that maybe he will get sacked lol. :)
 

warriors4life_old

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Another case of when things go right the players get the credit, when things go wrong the coach gets sacked.
 

warriorfaithful*_old

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warriors4life said:
Another case of when things go right the players get the credit, when things go wrong the coach gets sacked.

Yeah. Thats the hard life of a nrl coach.
 

casso_old

Guest
The bloke with the knife-

The bloke with the knife,mentioned at the end of the story is Gus Gould.He was named in the newspaper story here in Queensland!
 

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