Biggest load of bullsh*t Ive heard for years. Yawnion is poo, it wont last long. Pity your pathetic Farce team cant even compete, at least the Reds did when they were here. I'll give the Western Farce 5 years then bankruptcy.TOCC said:hah, catch up with the rest of WA and realise that the West is lost to Rugby Union, the Western Force are too powerful for any rugby league team
You're a dick!ForeverSalfordRed said:Biggest load of bullsh*t Ive heard for years. Yawnion is poo, it wont last long. Pity your pathetic Farce team cant even compete, at least the Reds did when they were here. I'll give the Western Farce 5 years then bankruptcy.
League has more roots here than sh*tty union and will make the comeback, like it or not you tool.
The AFL actually looks like it is dying again in QLD.Maroon Grown said:Is wasnt that long ago when AFL was considered DEAD in QLD. It wasnt until the Lions and the AFL successfully promoted the game.
While Brisbane heartily embraced the non-native football code during the Lions' three year stint at the top, Queenslanders are proving a fickle audience now that the locals are struggling.
Continuing a declining audience trend from last year, Brisbane viewers have been tuning out in the first four weeks of the new season.
Network Ten recently committed to televising its marquee Saturday night broadcasts into Brisbane live, or close to it, every Saturday night for the term of the new five-year broadcasting agreement.
Brisbane audiences on Saturday nights have dropped 26.8 per cent this season, compared with the opening four rounds of last year, and average weekly viewing of all eight matches (pay and free-to-air broadcasts) dropped 17 per cent.
Average weekly free-to-air AFL audiences in Brisbane have declined 19 per cent compared with last season, and it's a trend that extends nationally.
While on the Storm..BobDaBuilder said:Melbourne Storm "used to get 20,000" back in 1999. It was more like 12/13k. Olympic Park ONLY holds 15,000.