It’s perfectly reasonable to feel apprehensive, nervous or less than totally confident about the outcome of a game in a two team contest.
There have been some on here who have promoted this notion this NRL season was ours to lose. Given the variables around injuries, form, suspensions and other factors such suggestions were just plain silly. Two horse race some suggested well it is now apparent those who promoted those views have egg on there face and we are in a dog fight for our survival in this competition.
Can we still make the GF, yes we can, while ever we are still alive.
Can we win the GF yes we can, if we get there.
While there’s life there’s hope, just accepting it as a given was always likely to end badly and we are now in sudden death. Forgive me Alice if I was never in the ‘it’s our to lose camp’.er
I don't think Kilkenny I ever uttered such a phrase.
I believe (and have done for many years) that no game is easy, even against the wooden spooner.
I've often uttered the words 'no game is a 'gimmie'. Not about to start now.