Everyone is entitled to their opinion. All these things create a culture. It is exactly like any workplace the standard you walk past is the standard you accept. Our club and team culture presently was initiated by these incidents. I believe that it affects our on field performances but that's just my opinionI'm not being personal merely pointing out what a collective thought and I posted my response to that.
This place abounds with negativity relating to something 5 minutes ago or to things from bygone era's.
For instance the BBQ is in the time of Vaughan, Norman, Dufty etc all polarising figures and all long gone but people keep trying to find ways to make it relative.
Those still with the team that did attend are now being influenced and guided by a totally different group of staff and players so that is what is relative not the loose cannons that left.
Just in this last wee period people eluding there are 2 camps with inferences that 1 is Hunt and the other Lomax yet no thought to the fact that Hunt & Lomax were 2 of only 3 that went to presentation night.
We as a group can find ways to bag out our players, staff, admin for the best of reasons but far too often for the silliest of reasons.
Lomax copping it because of the Frizz thing FFS a stupid action but from some time ago and has long been dealt with and then the "so called fight" with Amone FFS meaningless in the scope of things but how poor the memory is of the fellow with the "douche bag" attitude when he visited the little girl in the hospital and then held her hand on game day as he ran onto the field.
Time for us to
Ac-cent-tchu-ate the positive
E-lim-i-nate the negative
And latch on to the affirmative
Don't mess with Mr. In-Between
No, don't mess with Mr. In-Between
You gotta spread joy up to the maximum
Bring gloom down to the minimum
And have faith, or pandemonium
Liable to walk upon the scene