Jarryd Hayne - Make him an Eel for Life

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  1. Suitman

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    Look mate, I agree, but you could tell in the first 5 minutes tonight the difference in the two teams, and the roll of the ball/penalties and all the play just continued to go the way of the Warriors.
    I've seen too many nights like tonight to go a cut my wrists like many are doing here tonight.
    I have faith that we are on the way back up, and with this group of kids, we will progress forward over the next few years.
    We'll also have nights like tonight along the way.
    So be it.

    Suity
     
  2. Avenger

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    I agree we have improved but the bloke that this thread is about needs to understand that he is not going to get what he wants. He needs to make sacrifices just like we have since 1986.
     
  3. strider

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    I agree - i have told people all week we were gonna get belted this game. But that first half was worse than I was expecting .... I'd love just once for us to lift when its totally unexpected
     
  4. T.S Quint

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    Every game we've won in the past 3 years pretty much.
     
  5. eels_fan

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    How do we know that Hayne wasn't pushing to play and Arthur flatly said no? Why is Hayne copping flak for a decision that may not have been his?
     
  6. T.S Quint

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    How 'bout that win against the Chooks?
    That was awesome!
     
  7. strider

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    i'm talkin games with half your team missing and everyone steps up
     
  8. T.S Quint

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    Yeah I know.
    I just wanted to go back to when I was happy for one moment.
     
  9. Chipmunk

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    They only came out with the exact attitude that every NRL team should come with. We didn't come with the same attitude and got belted accordingly.
     
  10. Chipmunk

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    There still has to be a price point where a player will take the money not to play Origin. I'd be surprised if most of those players who played Origin iwere offered $500k more a year not to play Origin, that they just would not bother playing.
     
  11. strider

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    maybe there is a price but no one would admit it ... and it'd be tough explaining why in your 20s you are giving up playing origin
     
  12. Wally21

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    Seriously. Hayne, Mannah, Sio, Mau, Edwards, Peats, Hoppa all missing. Did anyone expect anything else away from home? Granted that it was terrible, but the Warriors were on fire and also got every 50/50 go there way. And for people to be guessing what happened with Hayne, how do any of you know? Seriously!! and now he shouldn't play origin?? Are you kidding me???
     
  13. T.S Quint

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    Hayne's not going to give up Origin anytime soon.

    I wish he would though.
    As much as I love to see the Blues win, Parra means more to me times a million.
     
  14. Suitman

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    That's still not enough for some people why we lost tonight.
    Oh well.

    Suity
     
  15. Wally21

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    Suity, I seriously can't believe some of the hysteria on this forum sometimes...
     
  16. Suitman

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    Neither can I.
    Now people hate Hayne.
    lol.
     
  17. BennyBoy

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    Yeah hate is going a bit too far, but seriously so too is some of the masturbating that goes on over Hayne in here. Parra fans do have a tendency towards extremes. And he should have backed up like every other origin player.
     
  18. Suitman

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    But to now hate him?
    Kindergarten stuff mate.
    We don't know all the circumstances.
    It's that simple.

    Suity
     
  19. mrpwnd

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    The parra forums are always an enjoyment for a good post-match read. Knee-jerk reactions are absolute top class.
    Wins = delusion
    Losses = irrationality

    To be honest, given parra's track record the last couple of years, for a player of Hayne's caliber to keep signing here he'd either be:
    a) incredibly stupid
    or
    b) be a genuine lover of the club

    Personally, it'd be better for Hayne if he stops deluding himself into thinking that the Eels may be premiership contenders in the near future and just jump ship already.
     
  20. BennyBoy

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    Not excusing the hate, agree it's kindergarten stuff, just pointing out most on here border on extreme emotions. Love and hate are opposite sides of the same coin and which side lands face up is a reflection of whether we win or lose.

    Avenger is a great example of extremes (no offence Avenger) :lol:
     

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