It does not take long for Warriors fans to lose the thought of leaving Shaun Johnson.
On a video posted yesterday on social media, a distraught fan saw a Shaun Johnson Shine T-Shirt.
The endless fan hung the shade of "SJ" light on the fence before it collapsed, pulling the fingers on SJ clothing.
Then he is heard to tell Johnson "F *** you, you are *** ****" before he poured gasoline on his shirt and set it on fire.
The fans of many Warriors have captured the wind of the video, and some praise the man's action.
"It was an ugly shirt in any case ….. losing money in the first place," said one person while the other wrote a "sensible reaction."
Others were not so complicated, and some Johnson fans tell the unhappy Warriors fans to grow up.
"I know we're pretty hesitant in SJ, but at the end of the day is a player in our 25-year history. People need to cool down," one said.
The other wrote: "What kind of stupidity, he should have set himself on fire."
Warriors's eight-year love affair with Shaun Johnson came to a dramatic ending when the club awarded the supermodel's half of the current release since the last year of its contract on Wednesday.
Warriors CEO Cameron George interrupted the silence on the issue, saying the club would not compromise team culture.
"Yesterday [head coach] Stephen Kearney, [recruitment manager] Peter O'Sullivan and I met with Shaun and his manager Peter Braun, "he said.
"During the meeting Shaun clearly showed us that he does not want to be at the club in 2019.
"Based on what Shaun told us, we will not compromise our culture on and off the field with people who do not want to represent our club, members and fans in the way we expect.
"All we do is that the club is first and what is best for our future, our development and in the end our results.
"Although it's disappointing, it has come to this, we have to acknowledge Shaun's contribution to Vodafone Warriors, we are proud that we have achieved in the club and we want it all the best for the future."
After the release, there was a mixed reaction of fans around the country, and many aimed at the way the club resolved the situation.
"I've been with this club since 1995 and I made a ride ride, but I've never been frustrated or disappointed in my club," Lorraine wrote.
"The handling of his release from the first day of the club seems to me that the new owners and the new CEO are ashamed! Whether Shaun is eager or not, it's not a point after eight years of bloody sweating and tears for this club that deserved better than a shameful forgiveness, this new leadership has given it! "
"The statement of the Warrior is completely disgusting, since the first day he comes out to the colors of Warriors. The way the club treated him is the reason he does not want to be there, so they have to own it and not say they will compromise the culture of the club "wrote Kendal.
"The management of the warriors is a coward, go well Shaun, win this premiere with a club that values and values you." I hope Johnson fans get a chance to forgive. "" It's disgusting that Warriors did not give it at least. "
There were more fans with the pleasure that Johnson went and supported the decision of the club.
"Whether or not you agree with this decision, Shaun did not prove to be an elite player with his comments on the media, social and others. He has polarized fans – some of us still remember his comments after losing Kiwis to the world last time blaming fans, "wrote Lucyloo.
"It's good for Warriors to make the right call and that would be a tough call for the club. Johnson was not the same as knee and wrist injury in 2015. All the best SJ," Warriors-Taranaki comments.
"Fantastic news – finally a sweet Wednesday – Compare a similar salary with Thurston. Will we keep our positions in our appropriate companies if we did this bad week and a week!" Said Paul Ross.
Johnson ends career Warriors with 917 points with 162 appearances.
It is believed that Cronulla Sharks is favorite for signing Johnson on a one-day contract for 2019.