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Knights keeping the faith FUTURE: Danny Levi gives out a high five to a young Newcastle Knights fan at McDonald Jones Stadium on Saturday following a morale-boosting 21-14 victory over the St George Illawarra Dragons. Picture: AAP Image
TweetFacebookThat moment has arrived and it feels like those darker days are now behind us.
Much of that credit lies with the Knights coaching staff of 2017 –headed by Nathan Brown and supported by the likes of Michael Potter, Kurt Wrigley and Simon Woolford.
They have asked us, the players, and supporters alike to believe in the process going forward and after much patience and heartache we’re starting to reap the rewards.
There’s also a genuine sense from camp that our best football lies ahead of us –in the remaining five rounds, next year and beyond.
With the foundationsthat have been built this season and last, combined with the quality recruits en route to McDonald Jones Stadium in 2018, do we dare to dream about finals football?
Obviouslythe best we can hope for over the next month or so is avoiding that dreaded piece of sporting culinary, but the future is filled with both hope and belief.
In the meantime, and most importantly this weekend, we must back it up and triumph twice in a row.
I’m not sure the last time the Knights havedone that, but we’re up for the challenge.
Filled with confidence but aware of our errors, especially last month when expected to win against the Wests Tigers.
Our attitude must be spot on to overcome the always-unpredictable butever-dangerous Warriors, who managed to run us down in New Zealand in round one.
Bring on Saturday afternoon already!
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