Want to stay up?
Posted by: Herbie Wasp
Date: 19 February, 2012 22:43
I remember not that long ago people were saying we were too big a club to go down. When people on this thread try to have a serious discussion about the state of our club it seems some people seem to think it is more important to point out spelling and grammatical errors, to feel superior and snobby over football with such comments as Wendy ball (where did rugby develop from), or other such irrelevances than the state of Wasps.
The team on paper has the capability but we play on a muddy grass pitch not paper, how many people cheered when Cipriani went? He was getting too big for his boots; anyone would decent kicking boots would suit me. The crowd numbers have dropped, why should people like me who are counting every penny drive all that way, to pay out for mediocre facility's and watch a lack lustre performance with no heart and soul in it, yeah OK there worried about their futures, sorry boys suck it up, that's what the rest of us have to do, but we come to watch you play to take our minds of our insecure jobs, our bills and generally stressed life, rather than have us fleeced with prices such as what £50 for tickets in the Adams stands, that's dearer than some premier football tickets, and yeah I am comparing with the other footie game but even other clubs such as Leicester prices are £34/£47 tops.
To go back to my start, I want us to stay up, it seems to me a more constructive approach needs to be found than all this we have to smile and keep positve, blaming the ref, yes it doesn't help we have so many injuries, retirements and other issues, but in the end somewhere along the way the players, team and supporters have lost faith in the name Wasps, unless this is found then even if we don't go down, we will have come closer than any of us desires, which can lose us support and certainly doesn't encourage new support, and worse new fresh players.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 19/02/2012 22:59 by Herbie Wasp.