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Harv

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  1. Come home, Tarek. All is forgiven.
  2. I can see where you are coming from, but looking back, the early results gave us undeserved confidence for the season ahead. Our highlight had to be the SFC game, but other than that our best effort that I can recall would have to be the friendly against Leeds when we were in the early stages of pre-season playing against a top Championship team only a few weeks out from competition. Our other early successes , from memory, included an undeserved point against Roar and an equally undeserved win over CCM. In both of these games, the fact that Lopar was our man of the match says it all. Otherwise, in full agreement - a season which began with so much promise has been a disaster. Even the return to Bankwest has been a let down. While the RBB continue to work hard, the response from other supporters is still way down on what we had hoped, and consequently the atmosphere we all loved at Parramatta has disappeared along with our team's performances.
  3. Since Day 1, Season 1, I have always taken food for self and the grandkids - usually bread rolls and snack items. Never a problem. Same with a plastic water bottle - never a problem until one home game last year at Spotless. Security pointed to the picture on his chart and I tried to tell him that the picture clearly stated metal water bottles and that my was equally clearly a plastic bottle, but he insisted I empty it before entering. Damn me if exactly the same thing (tho' different security guy) happened at the next home game. Otherwise, never before and never since. Grandson's wise advice was, if in doubt, watch for a while, then pick your security target.
  4. Considering we are still in pre-season mode against a team only weeks away from full competition, I thought we did well. Having said that, I hope, for Elrich's sake, his role this season is as a back-up and not, as happened last season, where he ended up playing more minutes than any other team member, with most of that time as CB - and copping a lot of criticism for his efforts.
  5. I share your misgivings with all of those you have named, but I still grieve at the fact that we weren't able to see what Saba was truly capable of.
  6. While I have some sympathy for what you had to put up with following your long drive, spare a thought for those of us who watched it at home where we also had to sit through the replays, and the post-game discussion.
  7. And that's just having to go to Spotless and ANZ, never mind what went on down on the playing field.
  8. I believe we have known all year that Elrich did not have the legs for a 90-minute performance. The fact that he had to do so for practically every game this season is probably indicative of the options Babbel had available.
  9. I hope not. I would rather Bridge left with head held high and reputation in tact. I Don't care how long Bridge is able to play on Saturday, as long as Babbel gives him the opportunity to walk off on his own to get the recognition he has earned for his service to WSW.
  10. Do you think Babell is letting his beard grow so he will have something to tear out when he has nothing left on top to tear out?
  11. Baumjohann seems to be copping a lot of flack after what seems to me to have been a woeful team performance. Appears that some of his critics expect him to track back, pick up the ball himself, create his own space, make the runs himself then either score himself or set up goals for others.. We were totally outplayed in midfield last night, so I ask, ":Where was BJH's support"
  12. Totally dumbfounded. Last week we held our own with SFC and could even have come away with a win (Majok's late miss?) Sydney go on to defeat Perth, albeit a Perth without a few of their regular starting line up. We play virtually the same team against the wooden spooners and get played off the park. The only time we looked like dominating was after they went down to ten men. No sooner were the numbers equal after Hamill went off, and it was Mariners who were back on top. Go figure!
  13. I am loving the work Kamau has been putting in down the right since his move to the back four, but is he under instructions not to cross any balls into the area?
  14. Very impressive. Great view from my seats (Row 15 Upper Tier) though a little concerned about nose bleeds.. Somewhat disappointed after the build up, since we were only able to walk around the concourse and seating areas and look at a large empty space called the change rooms. Thought we might have gained at least a glimpse of how the other half lives. Kids thought the hot dogs passed the taste test with prices much cheaper than ANZ. Big winner on the day was Parramatta Leagues with membership applications. Roll on July 20 and Season 2019/20.
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