Unfortunately tonight’s game was a reminder of the old sales adage that you are only as good as your last win. This is not 2012. We are not in the Grand Final. We are not lighting up the field with our dominating displays of strength and athletic abilities, we are not the talk of the town when it comes to harmony, passion and loyalty.
We are 1 from 5.
Our only win has been against a terrible Parramatta Eels side, and in all fairness, we should have lost this game.
The silver lining as I’ve seen it has been that we have lost to some of the best teams in the comp, and the teams that will be in the top 8 come finals time.
- Melbourne Storm
- North Queensland Cowboys
- Manly Sea Eagles
- South Sydney Rabbitohs
These games were always close on paper. Our attack was weak, and our defence kept us in the game.
However tonight, it didn’t, and now we add the Sydney City Roosters to the list.
Bulldogs fans are entitled to be frustrated. Tonight’s game wasn’t close, on the field, on the board, or on paper.
Our team seems confused. Our team seems disjointed. Our team seems unhappy.
Our club plays best when our players are having fun.
Maybe it is the unique blend of injuries and suspensions that is leaving us lacking depth. Maybe it is the fact the we have many of our star players not signed to a new contract for the coming years.
I don’t know what it is, but as a passionate Bulldogs supporter, I want to see our team turn it around, the sooner the better. When our team loses, we lose.
Mr Greenberg, Des, Coaching staff, and our talented team, lets get together and work as a team. The pillars of excellence in the Centre of Excellence needs to inspire the team again. If someone isn’t abiding by them, they should learn to embrace them.
Your fans want… nay, need results. We are here to help! Tell us what we can do.
April 12, 2013 | Categories: Canterbury Bulldogs, NRL, Random Rant, Uncategorized | Tags: #NRLSydCby, #proudtobeabulldog, Bulldogs, Doggies, employer branding, NRL, Relationships, Rugby League, social media etiquette, sports, twitter, Values | Leave a comment