You know - I have been thinking about the Australian Test team, and what sets them apart from the rest of the players, and in my books, I think arrogance is a big part of it. I mean in a good way. For some reason, the players self belief is THAT high (and rightly so), they come accross as confident, successful players. Players that in my opinion are of the belief they are better than their opposition. Bigger, stronger, more skilled etc etc.... I think that is something Craig Bellamy does very well with his team. They are aggressive, dominant, and seem to have an air of arrogance about them. I wonder if people perceive Manly's attitude in the same light? I thought BK had that attitude. That's for sure. I think SOME players have that spark. That attitude at Manly:- Jamie Lyon Travis Burns Brent Kite Steve Matai to name the four I'm thinking of. It HAS to be Des' job to instill confidence in the youngsters coming through. I don't think the "worker" mentality of players will win premierships. We don't want to be the good guys guys. The Bears were, and never won a premiership for it. We have a squad, and have to work with it. I'd like to see a bit more aggression, expression, and arrogance from players like Luke Williamson, Michael Monaghan, George Rose. I have seen glimpses of that fire in the belly from King for example. Our players need to go out each week, with a view that the opposition are out to make them look bad, which means the opposition are putting their jobs in jeapardy. We need to go out each week, thinking The Dragons, The Broncos and The Storm aren't as good as us. As individuals, and as a team. DO this, and we will go a long way to winning a premiership in my opinion.