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Posted by: deadlyfrom5yardsout
Date: 28/10/2017 21:40
le tiss
The truth is something seems to have been rotten in the Quins camp since COS was in the chair. It has not got any better under the "new" regime and it seems like apathy has taken quite a hold. I am increasingly of the opinion that a new broom is very much needed or we will just continue meander to mid table at best year after year. Given the state of affairs for the last few years, I am quite surprised there are as many cheer leaders for the current set up as there are. I truly hope JK can prove my pessimistic view of the future wrong. The thing that worries me most is the refusal for the management team to admit they have a big problem at present. Too many heads in too much sand I fear.

You have a point le tiss we do seem to have had our ups and downs in recent years but the men in charge are not innocents abroad and other factors have contributed to the Club's up and down form, such as injuries, lack of a settled team, overcoaching by new men keen to earn their stripes and so on. Look how far we have come in the last few years. Its a journey we are on together and wanting instant success and always calling for the head of the man in charge is a little tiresome. No, its extremely tiresome. Suggest viable alternatives and put forward an action plan, yes, but JK must go is wearing a bit thin.

Mind you, the missus points out that several of our core players are starting families and settling down so whether that is a factor or not is debatable.

Not sure anyone has asked for instant success. How far have we come in the last few years? We've gone from winning and few years in top 4 to mid table mediocrity. Under JK's watch we have improved table position and got back into the top table in Europe, which is awesome, but I can't see any reason to say we've made strides over the last few years.

We have Ben Glynn starting most of our games. We have Dave Lewis as our back up 9. I'm sure they're lovely blokes but that is a sad state of affairs.

I mean how far we have come as a Club not just on the playing side. Ben Glynn is a wholehearted tryer who I thought had a good game today and Dave Lewis is behind Mulchrone who is perfectly adequate and his little cameo today was fine.

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