Not necessarily disagreeing with you Robin - we know the rules at the start of each season and the argument has certainly been done to death by our fans - but I wonder how many of those Giants fans would change their tune if they win the Shield but not the GF for the next 3 years as well as this year....
He is absolutely resolute that Huddersfield need to win the gf if they are to be called champs. All the giants fans he knows are apparently of the same mind set.. e.g. wigan are chamos
Posted 06 October 2013 - 04:14 PM
Posted 06 October 2013 - 04:19 PM
I know a few giants fans having worked at st. Lukes Huddersfield for ten yrs. They seem to have embraced the play off concept much more readily than rovers fans have. All those I know regard wigan as the daddy's!
Time to move on. I can't wait for boxing day. Only 81 days to go.
Posted 06 October 2013 - 04:44 PM
But as you say...onwards and upwards. We again had a lot more happy days than grim ones last season, even with all the upheaval. Squad looks strong, one or two exciting newcomers brought in, shiny new stand getting closer to completion and other positive off-the-field developments. Sport is all about hope, isn't it, and there's no shortage of that at the Bigfellas these days.
Posted 07 October 2013 - 03:13 PM
Although I'll never agree that the champions are not the league winners, It makes a little more sense in SL for the GF winners to be champs, due to the "magic" weekend which means that the playing field isn't quite level, i.e. Huddersfield played Bradford 3 times, but Wigan played Leeds 3 times in the league; I know which one of those I'd rather face 3 times in one season.
In our division though, we play everyone twice so it's same for all so the league system is a fair judge of the best team over the season.
Edited by DOGFATHER, 09 October 2013 - 04:58 PM.
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