Deadpool wrote:Kettles wrote:The old Melbourne Storm one year on, off for the next rears its ugly head again.
On the plus side, every time the Storm have lost a grand final we’ve bounced back to win the next year. Lost 2006 won 2007, lost 2008 won 2009, lost 2016 won 2017, lost 2018 win 2019?
LESStar58 wrote:Insomniac wrote:LESStar58 wrote:In fact, Munster can sign with Easts or Sharks or the Cowboys and I won't miss him. Pack your bags and *lima lima lima duck* off!
Ha ha! The emotional overreaction is high with this one it is!
Mate, he kicked a bloke in the back of the head. Absolutely not the Melbourne Storm thing to do. It's disgusting and has zero place in the game.
big_m wrote:What a putrid display.
Most frustrating thing for me was having our backs take all the hitups early just ensured we were always under pressure. Against a big pack having a set of foxx, slater, scott etc will just get us nowhere.
Glasby was biggest dissapointment for me. 3 runs for 18m from your starting front rower? Why wasnt he looking for more work?
Still think we overachieved this year. We really didnt play much great footy all season so just to get to the gf is an achievement in itself.
big_m wrote:We've had the tactic of backs taking lots of early hitups forever. Steve turner used to take lots of early ones. Great when its working as the big guys stay fresh, but last night against a huge pack it was never working and smith should have told glasby etc to come for more work early on.
Thats really what got us into so much trouble. Wingers taking the hitups in first few sets and we're only getting to the 30 on last tackle. Then you are always under pressue. It wasnt so much our pack being beaten as it was our pack just not running at all. Very strange.
The booing of billy was a real embarrassment for the sport. Too many bogans watch this sport. What other sport does one of the best players ever get booed through their farewell interview. The game will never grow like that.
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