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EYE-BALL’s Snoop-Poop on – NSW SOO Coach – A Dirty Stinkin’ RAT

June 13, 2012
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NSW SOO Coach – A Dirty Stinkin’ RAT …
The 2012 SOO Game 2 tonight will define Ricky Stuart in more ways then one.  This scribe has offered every opportunity for the NSW Rugby League to revisit their folly when they appointed Mr Stuart as the SOO coach – but alas they have chosen to ignore the advice and give ‘Ricky the Rat’ another chance at glory.

Ricky is well named as a RAT – he looks like a rat – eyes, nose, mouth, forehead … all a mirror image of a slimeball trying to squeeze into a crevice where only RAT’s would ever go.   He played for Australia in two different codes – which meant he could play the game – he was never much liked on the field, by either fan or opposition players – even his own club mates had issues.

The current QLD SOO Coach Mal Meninga was a team-mate at both Club and Test level.  Ricky envies Mal’s achievements at SOO level and it shows in everything he oozes.  This is what drives the man – personal glory – a chance to be a hero – he envies most successful people and that in itself is no crime.   But coaching to impose what he thinks are his star qualities on his players – as opposed to letting the players show him what they can do is why he will never be a big-time coach.

Last season in the middle of the SOO campaign – he thought of tossing his SOO Coach position to take up the Canterbury coaching position when the Club dumped Kevin Moore.  Problem was they did not want him – poor Ricky – he is on the ‘do not hire’ list of all NRL CEO’s … and he only has himself to blame.

He is under pressure – if NSW lose tonight – Ricky’s chance of ever getting another coaching gig are about the same as Bernie Maddof getting out of jail in his lifetime.  He is so tied up in knots with the stress and pressure – he refused to front the NSW media conference yesterday and sent his No 2 Trent Barrett to do his bidding.  He does not trust himself and that mental scenario – will always send him where he is most comfortable – being a RAT …

Stuart dodges Origin eve presser

| 12th June 2012 | Link to ABC on-line story. |

The New South Wales coach Ricky Stuart’s resentment over his side’s treatment in State of Origin I continues to fester after he snubbed a scheduled media conference on the eve of Wednesday night’s game two.

Stuart made the decision 30 minutes before Tuesday’s conference at the team’s hotel to send assistant Trent Barrett to face the media ahead of the must-win clash at Sydney’s Olympic stadium.

The Blues mentor was upset at several incidents before and during game one in Melbourne, particularly Queensland’s decision not to send captain Cameron Smith to an arranged media conference which the Maroons claim was due to Smith having the flu.

Stuart slapped a media ban on his players after the series-opening loss in what was perceived as an attempt to make a point.

Barrett denied there was any message motive in Stuart’s no-show on Tuesday.

“It’s no siege mentality,” Barrett said.

“He’s certainly done enough publicity in the last few weeks to give him a break this afternoon.

“We’ve got (a crowd of) 84,000 people at Homebush so job done.

“We’ve just got to worry about the footy now.”

Barrett confirmed prop Tim Grant (back and hamstring) and skipper Paul Gallen (knee) would be right to take part in Tuesday night’s captain’s run at the Olympic stadium.

NSW can’t win tonight’s game unless QLD don’t show up … they’re outmatched in ever department – experience, talent, star quality, game-breakers, kickers, halves, centers, forwards, fullback, and yet the odds have the contest as a $1.85/$1.95 market.    Rookie Bookie has erred in claiming me for a 100,000 wager – I offered him the bet by laying NSW at the $1.95 – he accepted and now the contest is how does one ship 100,000 cockroaches north of the border … collecting his cane toads as the alternative would also be interesting.

This Rugby League scribe has never steered his followers wrong  – NSW players will not go through their own personal hell to win it for ‘Ricky the RAT’ – something QLD players would do for Mal anytime and anywhere.  That is the difference – NSW are coached by a RAT – play like RATS, and snivel like RATS when beaten.

The 84,000 odd NSW fans will tonight say goodbye to ‘Ricky the RAT’ forever … and the game in NSW will be better off for it.

QLD  26-14 …

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  1. June 13, 2012 at 9:12 am | #1

    Oh, and Rookie-Bookie … those cockroaches had better be NSW roaches …

  2. League Leg End
    June 13, 2012 at 9:42 am | #2

    Where is Queanbeyan That in Qld, Qld’s everywhere

  3. League Leg End
    June 13, 2012 at 1:21 pm | #3

    Those words “This Rugby League scribe has never steered his followers wrong” are very rich. Scribe – (n) ancient or medieval copyist of manuscripts or ancient Jewish record keeper.
    The dictionary doesn’t mention bigoted, or full of themselves, or egotistical, or wrong. The intonation of medieval copyist might have some application. “Steered his followers wrong” who is in la la land. When have you steered them right? Go left my boy!

  4. June 13, 2012 at 2:07 pm | #4

    Now I know your desperate – not a mention of SOO in your response … when some one goes to the reply, or the disctionary, or the rule book, you know they are beat in the logical debate anyway … they’re looking for reinforcements and for all intensive purposes the battle is over … Longshanks said it best when he defeated the Irish – ‘lets go have lunch – its over …’

  5. League Leg End
    June 13, 2012 at 4:55 pm | #5

    You don’t listen.

    NSW are now favourites @ $1.80 to win tonight. Qld are favoured to win the series. There is no reason trying to be rational with someone who is irrational. Snoop Poop full of Poop!

    For anyone who might be reading that is rational, It has rained at Homebush all day. Close to 250 millimetres (10 inches) has fallen since Sunday. The ground has good drainage but it will still be a mudlark. Underfoot the ground is a bog. If we don’t get anymore rain between now and 8pm it would assist, but low probability. 12 points will be a winning margin. Probably about 28 points max.

  6. June 13, 2012 at 7:03 pm | #6

    Trent Barret said – “We’ve got (a crowd of) 84,000 people at Homebush so job done.’

    What a ‘buzzboy’ – he thinks that the crowd is a bigger deal than winning the game – no wonder the NSW moral is a shambles … all hunkered down – gonna be a ‘heavy track’ big forward clashes all night … evens the contest up somewhat … that’s why NSW have shortened … view is they will play better wet weather football and QLD’s strengths will be nullified … hope’n for a contest at least …

  7. League Leg End
    June 13, 2012 at 7:38 pm | #7

    NSW quietly confident. We have the forward strength and the big break out wide.

    Time to rub some queensland nose in the mud. Homebush mud.

    Blue! Blue! Blue!

  8. June 13, 2012 at 10:26 pm | #8

    Congratulations NSW … maybe that win will give you some self belief …

    There was an incident when NSW got a 22 reastart when Uata stripped the ball of Tate as he was going to score … thats footy – youwon’t hear QLD’s carryon like sore losers .
    ..

    How do you want your canetoads Rookie – frozen – skinned and on a bar0b0que stick, or kust golf club dead.

    Was a great game – tough – and some QLD players will have to look to their performance – Gillet has been down on form in Cliub games and his performance tonight was poor – Taylor had no impact and made crucial errors late in the secong half … QLD were flat in attack all night and the Cronk/Thurston combination is still to work … Thurston had a poor game by his standards – Morris marked Inglis out of the game – Petro really is on used-by legs … Scott is not the prop he was last year – Myles and Shillington were great – Smith was QLD’s best – Tate was great, Hodges was ordinary, Slater was as well but both aoppeared to be playing with injuries for most of the game – Hannet made a crucial error when he first came om that put his team under pressure. .I think Mal will work them header in the lead up to Game 3 …

    For NSW they stepped up – as much as i think Bird should be kicked from the game as a dirty fuckin grub – he was NSW’s best – Gallen was pedestrian in attack but did good in defence – Farrah was not as dominant as the first game – Hayne was quiter as well – Jennings well he is the walkabout man … both Stewarts are not up to this level … Glen alwats attacks teh head or opposing players – Pearce, well he just ain’t up to this level – not inventive enough … solid defender but he is there for attack .. to much like his dad …

    In those last 15 minutes when QLD were getting repeat 6′s you could see the panic on Coach Stuarts face – players to … but to their credit the hung in there and that willbe a great learning expperience … it will also put QLD back on their heels a little as well -

  9. League Leg End
    June 13, 2012 at 10:43 pm | #9

    Qld quietly full of it. How foes it feel? Time to eat crow!

    Blue! Blue! Blue!

  10. June 13, 2012 at 11:03 pm | #10

    NSW only fell over the line – they did not make an unpressured error that I can recall …

    Mal gave me a call before the game and said the NRL wanted the series to be alive going to Game 3 – one of the reasons NSW were backed heavily all day …

    QLD’s love a grand finish and NSW are so used to gettin pipped in the last minute of play … they were hearing QLD coming … Taylor drops the ball on tackle 3 15m out from the line – NSW get a 22 restart of an Uate snatch at the ball to prevent Tate’s try …

    No crow, no humility required – NSW won and were the better team – it’s that simple … no excuses … just a elephants memory …

  11. League Leg End
    June 14, 2012 at 8:31 am | #11

    Robbie Farah played the match believing his Mum was in the stands watching. His mother recently diagnosed with was at home. Robbie like other’s gave as much as they could last night to redress Qld’s domination. Nsw won, and now for game 3.

    A bit of decorum, decency and respect is not only called for, but now due.

    Please retract the statement that Qld were instructed to lose. Do you also want to say the blood streaming from above Farah’s ear was fake?

    Decency please. A scribe or cheap journalism?

  12. June 14, 2012 at 9:17 am | #12

    What the fuc+ has where Farrah’s mum watched the game from go to do with anything … if he needs his mamma to be at the game to watch him to inspire him – once again the focus is on the wrong mental motivation …

    You’ve taken a leap of speculation – where was it said that as you put it – ‘Please retract the statement that Qld were instructed to lose.”

    If you ask me you NSW fans and players don’t know how to win graciously – not lose with dignity …

    It’s all been said – NSW were the better team, they’ve been congratulated, there has been no whinge ober the Morris try from a Hayme knock-on – at least as controversial as the Inglis try in game 1 – not only is the NSW Coach a ‘dirty stinkin’ rat’ but NSW fans are also assuming the title.

    Look to Stuarts press conference after last nights game – he was a winner and then compare his press conference when he was a loser – now do teh same for Meninga’s performance last night as a loser … no more needs to be said …other than – NSW are ‘dirty stinkin’ rats’ … but they showed they are in the contest last night …

  13. League Leg End
    June 14, 2012 at 10:37 am | #13

    Again you are not listening.

    Farah’s Mum has cancer. That word is not above. It says diagnosed with. The series is alive, and keenly contested.

    It is time to focus on decent pursuits, rather than some evil form of hatred.

  14. June 14, 2012 at 10:56 am | #14

    Your words – hatred – the most evil word in english … or any other language. Why would you even go there …

    Passion and parocialism is fine – but grub Bird is by far the dirtiest rat … but he can play the game … NSW got away with so muck last night in the ruck and the play the ball … but again good luck to them for taking advantag of the ref’s call …

  15. League Leg End
    June 17, 2012 at 6:39 pm | #15

    Vale Sonya Farah

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