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Pathetic (Raiders)

By 1948 - 29 June 2013 11

Canberra Raiders are pathetic!

Not the players the coaching staff.

What was on display against South Sydney was simply school boys against men.

Canberra are a potentially good football team that that continues to be badly coached.

They lack any idea’s when it comes to attack. 

Take Blake Ferguson out of that side as is the case currently and you have no attack whatever.

If a coach cannot get a football side ready to play away from home then he is the problem not the football team.

Blake Ferguson he is the only attacking weapon Canberra has.

It is imperative that Canberra find a decent centre partner for Ferguson as the left side defense of Canberra is simply not up to it.

Jarrod Croker is more suited to the wing where he can still be useful to the team for his excellent goal kicking. 

There are plenty of positives about the Raiders team, what is needed is an attacking centre that can take some of the defense away from Ferguson and open another line of attack.

[ED – Foxsports tells the tale]

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Pathetic (Raiders)
2604 7:34 pm 01 Jul 13

KB1971 said :

breda said :

Heh. My brother-in-law was born in the 1950s and raised in Surry Hills, Sydney, along with his mate Barry. They have both been diehard Bunnies supporters since they could mouth “Go, the Bunnies.”

They have been faithfully going to games whenever possible and watching them on TV for at least half a century, although they now live a long way from the original Bunnies territory.

While other clubs have disappeared, been swallowed up or just don’t have a significant win-or-lose supporter base, there is something special about the Bunnies.

This is what supporting a team is all about, Get it Canberrans?

Fair dinkum, I have never known a bigger bunch of fair weather supporters than Canberra Raiders fans.

You obviously have a very short memory. Either that or you don’t know jack about League.

Personally I’m amazed at the number of Life-Long Rabbitohs Fans who’ve crawled out of the woodwork in the past couple of years. Where were you all back in 2007-8, when the Rabbitohs were struggling to draw 9,000 people to ANZ Stadium per home game, and even admitted to inflating crowd figures by including ground staff and officials in the official crowd numbers?

KB1971 2:05 pm 01 Jul 13

breda said :

Heh. My brother-in-law was born in the 1950s and raised in Surry Hills, Sydney, along with his mate Barry. They have both been diehard Bunnies supporters since they could mouth “Go, the Bunnies.”

They have been faithfully going to games whenever possible and watching them on TV for at least half a century, although they now live a long way from the original Bunnies territory.

While other clubs have disappeared, been swallowed up or just don’t have a significant win-or-lose supporter base, there is something special about the Bunnies.

This is what supporting a team is all about, Get it Canberrans?

Fair dinkum, I have never known a bigger bunch of fair weather supporters than Canberra Raiders fans.

Kerryhemsley 1:15 pm 01 Jul 13

Nothing special about Souths Breda or is that Rusty.

They are performing well at the moment but hoping the Tigers can repay the thrashing they gave us earlier in the year in a few weeks time.

detached_dingleberry 1:05 pm 01 Jul 13

breda said :

Heh. My brother-in-law was born in the 1950s and raised in Surry Hills, Sydney, along with his mate Barry. They have both been diehard Bunnies supporters since they could mouth “Go, the Bunnies.”

They have been faithfully going to games whenever possible and watching them on TV for at least half a century, although they now live a long way from the original Bunnies territory.

While other clubs have disappeared, been swallowed up or just don’t have a significant win-or-lose supporter base, there is something special about the Bunnies.

Cool story bro.

Skidd Marx 11:21 am 01 Jul 13

Canberra’s problem is simple – no leadership.

beardedclam 10:50 am 01 Jul 13

Is that you Blake??

breda 5:07 pm 30 Jun 13

Heh. My brother-in-law was born in the 1950s and raised in Surry Hills, Sydney, along with his mate Barry. They have both been diehard Bunnies supporters since they could mouth “Go, the Bunnies.”

They have been faithfully going to games whenever possible and watching them on TV for at least half a century, although they now live a long way from the original Bunnies territory.

While other clubs have disappeared, been swallowed up or just don’t have a significant win-or-lose supporter base, there is something special about the Bunnies.

Roundhead89 6:50 pm 29 Jun 13

It has been largely forgotten but in 1989 Souths led the competition all year and were hot favourites to win the premiership. When the finals began Souths lost both their matches and were eliminated. The Raiders won the premiership from fourth place in a five team finals system.

grunge_hippy 2:56 pm 29 Jun 13

In the first half which I watched before going to bed in despair was the lack of hustle. Rabbitohs were all over the park, running, moving forward. Raiders looked like they were standing still in comparison. They took 2 tackles to get everyone back in line and therefore only moved 20m if best. Every time Rabbitohs had the ball they had made 50m in comparison.

PrinceOfAles 2:51 pm 29 Jun 13

Boohoo my team`s losing. Cry me a river.

qbngeek 11:04 am 29 Jun 13

As a Bunnioes fan since I was a little tacker, I thought the game was great :-p

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