I'd like to get as many of your opinions as possible here. Can I ask what you guys feel about the following question. Do you think that the players honestly care for their fans (not just at Manly), or do you think that when they are asked to take photos, and speak to people they don't know, they are quietly saying to themselves, "jeez, here we go again"? Do you think the players take the fans for granted? Do you think they feel it there DUTY to endure us, as it is their job to do so. OR do you think they are possibly too young to understand the worth of a "supporter", until say, they are Hills age? I know there are clubs like the Nth Qld Cowboys who pride themselves on being a club for the fans, but if you could keep your responses to my question being a generality. Also, make it the club, not just the players. In MY opinion - I think Manly are more about the money, more about the progression in career, rather than the fans. I think clubs like Nth Qld really VALUE their clients. I don't think you'd find their media person abusing people on the internet. I don't know, it's a tough one.