Seems the answer is we should then just play better and win.....then the calls will probably start going our way.
This statement is true.
And I believe it’s something that Webby is trying to instill.
We can’t control how we get reffed, we can’t control what the league “wants”.
We know how popular the Warriors are, they usually top things such as merchandise sales, and our membership numbers aren’t as bad as some other clubs.
But our on-field product hasn’t been where it needs to be in a while - we’ve sort of become a “meme” team in some respects, look at how much shit we got for winning last week and being 1st on the table for a brief moment. Or how “this is our year” has become somewhat of a gag.
We need to focus on what we can control, and everything else will come into place.
“Being resilient, having each others backs and the getting the finer details right” as Webby put it in his post-match presser.
We definitely looked more resilient, and we definitely turned up for each other yesterday.
But it was the finer details - our execution down the stretch where we put ourselves in a position to level the scores - that’s what will be the most important work-on if we want to win games and make the 8.
We are definitely headed in the right direction. We finally have something to build on, and work towards.
Haven’t had that since the “process” days, which ultimately failed but 2018 was a bright spot for us.
SK tried but it just wasn’t reciprocated on field in the long run. I can’t believe I ever backed Nathan Brown, a lot of folk on here knew better and kudos to them - he was a dud.
But Webby man - you can just tell, and that’s just not false hope or “faith” (another running gag when it comes to the Warriors)…
You can tell Webby is the right person, for right now, to rebuild our team on the ground.
I honestly believe we will become a finals team once again under Webby. Whether it’s this year is still TBD, but I believe we’ll get there very soon.