exileKT8 wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:07 pm
Another heavy defeat and we are unlikely to make lunch on the 3rd day. We have been here many times this season. Only 1 more to go although we dread to think what next year might hold.
Agree with posts once more.
Vetch - in football and indeed rugby nowadays the Coaches would be long gone.
Glamman - if it is right that RDBC and MM don`t get on then the players will pick up on that and it no surprise there is an unhappy and under performing squad.
Notgoingout - Durham may have had a bad day, even worse than ours at Sussex, but considering the way they were shafted by the ECB, and the players they have lost they still won with ease in Cardiff and are in a lot better shape than we are.
Well done Kent who will be promoted tomorrow but this format of 14 fixtures cannot be fair. I am no fan of Sussex with Rob Andrew at the helm but they only play Glammy and Northants once. Not suggesting Northants are as bad as us but they have lost 8. Kent and Warwicks have enjoyed two guaranteed wins v us, Sussex could argue only playing us once has cost them promotion.
Of course, you are quite right, exile. Coaches in other sports do often get shown the door.
So why has there been no such action at Glamorgan ?
Is there a clique joined at the hip, all safe in their posts, REGARDLESS of results ?
If so, how does it get broken up ?
Surely no one in their right mind will, a) renew their season tickets, or b) take one out as a new member.
Zero renewals, together with zero new season ticket sales, will that make anyone sit up and take some action ?