Melbourne Storm - 2013 Preview
The Melbourne Storm
returned to their methodical and gritty game play in 2012 to produce one of the best rounded seasons in the clubs history. The Storm went through it all and took it on the chin to prove to fans that their past indiscretions may not have been the only factor in becoming a successful club of this competition.
In 2013, with two of five titles won back, the Storm will look to press forward and become the first team to go back to back since the Broncos of the late 90's and assert their dominance back onto the history books. If you look inside the club, many people will realize that they have depth and ability across every position, enough to make any coach smile. All that is needed is a simple push from the master coach, Craig Bellamy, to get them firing up and competing for this year's title.
This season promises to be a huge year for the boys of the south, as always predicted in February, but all eyes will be on the ageing big three that have terrorised teams for years. A size problem has been around for a few years at the Storm but with some recruitment of some heavy players, it seems that they are trying to fix their lacklustre sides to an almost perfect game.
Where they can win it