- Jul 13, 2019
Public shaming is not criticism. He should say these things in the dressing room, not at some dude's dinner table with a glass of wine. If Fred really said all of this publicly, he should be disciplined. It doesn't matter whether this is true or false and is equally wrong if it is true. This is not how you fix the lack of unity, it's the opposite of it.This "throwing someone under the bus helps no one" myth have to die. Not everyone thrive in a "you did good, here's a 10th runner up medal". Most winners thrives in a cutthroat environment, many more flourish under such hardship. Many famous people got ridiculed before they prove everybody wrong.
If you're not man enough to be criticized for playing like a drunk then you don't have that winner mentality.
Critics can be good, constantly patting everyone in the back for doing a shit job is equally bad in the long run.
Y'all applauding him are just happy that your curiosity has been satisfied. Good for you, but this does not help the club, nor the unity.
This isn't "being honest". This is running his mouth and being stupid... again - if he really said all of these things.Doubt he went running to the media. They will have requested an interview and he is just being honest.