Yes this seems to be the issue at hand. But if a 21 year old, no matter how talented, puts unreasonable demands on an entire club after such little experience, then this spells trouble for the long run. Why won't he be happy playing a vital edge forward role for the time being? Because the value of his manager's commodity may not be worth as much compared with the number 6 on his jersey. If he really would leave so easily for this, honestly, then so be it. The next 2 years with Foz could more realistically bring us a premiership than with an injury-prone and inexperienced Schuster. We can all see that DCE needs a Foz style 6, the chemistry between Schu and Chez would most likely result in chaos. At the end of the day, we still need Foz's maturity and guidance for a little while longer, until our junior playmakers are ready. This is crucialAs much as I want foz to stay, if he does the chances of schuster going are high. We can’t lose a 21yr old who is determined to play 5/8 for a 32yr old who has 1/2 years left.
Great player - tough as... wish he was staying next year but yes not his best game last night. That was a great kick though and yes wish Saab was out there instead.Not his greatest game but one classic moment from Foz - with Manly under the pump getting smashed, that kick 5m out from our line to an unmarked Harper was a piece of real magic!
Probably wouldn’t of happened if Saab was out there, a) it was Saab who missed the pass that put Foz under pressure and b) Harper was the one who called the kick, would Saab of called that kick if he was out there? I think not, but I get your point, try time.Great player - tough as... wish he was staying next year but yes not his best game last night. That was a great kick though and yes wish Saab was out there instead.
yes I thought the same re Saab and Harper... they don't seem to be on the same page or Harper doesn't know how to draw the man and pass but yes Saab never gets clear ball down that side.Probably wouldn’t of happened if Saab was out there, a) it was Saab who missed the pass that put Foz under pressure and b) Harper was the one who called the kick, would Saab of called that kick if he was out there? I think not, but I get your point, try time.
Well done Foz for seeing it and playing the call, perfect kick, but hardly a play they would attempt under normal circumstances.
Saab had chances last night, I know he can run like the wind in top gear, but he has to do some work at reaching top gear, it’s cost him multiple times this year and again last night, also the connection he and Harper had last year just doesn’t seem to be the same, Harper provided good ball for Saab last year, this year Harper seems more intent on making meters for himself, rather than setting Saab into space or providing him with opportunity, just my observation.