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Re: INS and OUTS for 2018

They are allowed to the break the rules did it a couple of years ago remember
and the SANFL let them off because they changed their vote to allow the AFL teams in
Cheats
by southernbulldog
Thu Apr 05, 2018 11:22 pm
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

400 pages on and Our League is still polluted with garbage.

The time will come when they are gone. Maintain the rage.
by Pseudo
Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:03 am
 
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Re: R4 North v Norwood Sat 1440

How did citizen of the year Josh Glenn play Leggys? Worth cheating the salary cap (again) for?
by king neptune
Sun Apr 22, 2018 3:56 am
 
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Re: R4 Sturt v Port Wednesday 1310

goddy11 wrote:They are talking on 5AA that the game is a lockout.


Who told 5AA the game is on?
by Grenville
Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:13 pm
 
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Re: R7 Central v Sturt Sat 1410

Ben Nason named to start, at last someone who can kick goals.
by GMcG
Thu May 17, 2018 6:27 pm
 
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Re: R7 Port v West Sun 1410

PhilH wrote:
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Can we bring in relegation for this season only?
by Dutchy
Sun May 20, 2018 9:57 pm
 
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Re: R7 Port v West Sun 1410

Its not about the result....its all about Port Power who couldn’t give a stuff about the Magpies and the SANFL. .

EFA
True!

At least you admit it and don’t pretend otherwise.

Just change your name to the Power reserves(officially) and wear their guernseys and leave the Magpies to RIP.

No, let the magpies go back to what they were before Brenton Sanderson ruined the SANFL as a smokescreen for his shit coaching.
by Alex
Mon May 21, 2018 9:25 pm
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

So people wanting crows and port out be careful on what you wish for as it will happen soon and the SANFL will be worse for it all though crows and port will become better for it.

But the Crows were going to become better by having a team in the SANFL, now they will be better for being out of it????
by Dutchy
Fri Jun 15, 2018 2:43 pm
 
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Re: Norwood v Glenelg Sat 1440

So not only do they have no salary cap they supply their own umpires..how can they lose
by arcadefire
Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:36 pm
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

The arguments are not strong in this one.

His main point, "Don't whinge about your club going broke if you don't support them (financially/attendance) anymore" has substance.


The point isn’t about our clubs going broke that hasn’t changed like it was suppose to. It’s about the integrity of comp.

North Adelaide have reported 11 profits in a row there fans are still pissed off about this.


We supporters still have memberships digital passes and support our clubs in other ways than just attending games.
by UK Fan
Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:03 pm
 
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Re: RD 12 Norwood Vs Port 1/7/18

Similar salary caps
by TDJ44
Fri Jun 29, 2018 7:32 pm
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v Woodville West Torrens

I think all the bendover clubs should be disqualified and South Adelaide and Centrals should play in the GF.
by RB
Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:14 pm
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v North Adelaide

Playing for the inaugural “Lack of Integrity Cup” with the BOG getting the prestigious “Joe Tripodi” medal.
:)
by Jim05
Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:02 pm
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v North Adelaide

So here we go One side gets into a grand final after playing 19 players for a period of time in a winning preliminary final and the other continues to wrought the salary cap with an unflinching care for the rules that apply to every other club. I wont be watching I wont be listening I might wash the car. SANFL is a joke and allows clubs like whorewood to get away with salary cap wroughts. Heres a direct quote from a club assistant " You wouldn't believe how many family members are employed by Norwood" Blatant abuse
by Barracker1
Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:57 pm
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v Woodville West Torrens

Dogs64 wrote:
RB wrote:I think all the bendover clubs should be disqualified and South Adelaide and Centrals should play in the GF.

Damn, can't like twice.

All fixed. 8)
by StrayDog
Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:56 pm
 
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Re: Preliminary Final teams.

TBH I don’t care who gets through but everyone keeps mentioning 8 points, it actually stopped the Eagles opportunity to score also. They may have kicked another goal or two. Who knows!
by Brodlach
Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:23 pm
 
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Re: Preliminary Final teams.

another grub wrote:Cornsey says tribunal have no choice but to over turn the result.


North might as well select their team now then
by whufc
Mon Sep 17, 2018 7:31 pm
 
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Re: Preliminary Final

North have been found guilty of breaking the rules, they have been smashed over the knuckles with a wet lettuce.
So, this week if North are struggling against Norwood, they'll just run another player or two onto the ground during the game- if they get caught just another slap on the wrist,...
Yet another mind boggling decision from the sanfl...almost as puzzling as suspending 50k from the salary caps of 2 sanfl clubs who are doing it tough financially.
by blueandwhite
Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:47 am
 
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Re: Preliminary Final

Also interesting to note is that if you take the view that Allmond was the extra player (presumably because he came off to even up the numbers), then he didn't touch the ball whilst he was on the ground for the start of the last quarter, and only laid one tackle in the first minute.
That's irrelevant. He enabled another North player to touch the ball, influence the game etc. At any rate, there were probably several North players who didn't touch the ball in that period and several who had a lot of the ball and one who even kicked a goal. Would it have made a difference if they'd taken the goalscorer off?

It doesn't matter which player came off; it matters that they had 19. Clearly there's a significant advantage in having an extra man.

As Godden said, they couldn't work out where North were getting a loose man from and actually changed their tactics as a result and sent a loose man back themselves.

Additionally, being a man short makes it significantly harder to score. Although the momentum was with North, the Eagles may have missed out on an opportunity to score themselves during that period.

I think the right decision was made. As the judge said, reversing the result would arguably be a little too savage. However, there's no denying that North received a significant advantage for those four minutes.
by RB
Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:02 am
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v North Adelaide

Not always a fan of Ruccis ... but this from his column this morning sums it up for those of us not involved this weekend:

"Norwood will start the GF as the team everyone bar North Adelaide fans want to win to protect the league's "integrity" ...until someone stirs up the question of alleged salary cap breaches"
by northerner
Wed Sep 19, 2018 10:34 am
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v North Adelaide

Worst. Grand. Final. Ever.

Can't even entertain the idea of supporting one of these sides on the day.

Go the umpires!

You've got to get on the Roosters here surely Boon. :lol:

regards,

REB
Surely you'd want north to win... A real underdog story.. Lowest ranked side to make the finals and fight their way to the GF... If they win it would be something out of a disney movie....

Cheats on Ice

regards,

REB
by Rik E Boy
Wed Sep 19, 2018 1:49 pm
 
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Re: 2018 Grand Final - Norwood v North Adelaide

Norwood lose = good.

North win = meh.
by Booney
Sun Sep 23, 2018 6:50 pm
 
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Re: INS and OUTS for 2019

Groucho wrote:
whufc wrote:Troy Menzel to Norwood


I knew it! :evil:
Why don't our players ever come back to us from the AFL? Not happy!


Because we have a salary cap
by daysofourlives
Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:23 pm
 
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Re: 2019 AFL mid season draft

Imagine if this year the Crows were 6th in the SANFL and Norwood were 5th and the Crows rookie listed Grigg and played him in their SANFL side for the rest of the year.
It's opening up the opportunity to further compromise an already over compromised comp.
by Wedgie
Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:08 pm
 
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Re: 2019 AFL mid season draft

So, from next year there is an AFL mid season draft. Teams can take SANFL players mid year.
Essentially, SANFL top players from the real clubs could end up playing for the Crows or Port SANFL teams mid year.

In theory, the SANFL could lose a dozen or so of its best players mid year.
Another nail in the coffin for the competition......... :(

From my understanding the ‘mid season draft’ is actually open from Dec to March so isn’t exactly the middle of the year, but any SANFL clubs will still be
a little disadvantaged just before the season starts..
Nup, it is mid season.
AFL clubs will be able to rookie draft players from December to March AND also midseason.

Rightio, I stand corrected then. As much as it sucks for the SANFL Clubs, I would never begrudge any player that takes up the offer of an AFL club. It’s every clubs job to develop players and have them get the best out of themselves. If things don’t work out, hopefully the environment of the SANFL club ensures they return to them. So I don’t mind the idea

Tired of this attitude .. Responsibility to develop players in preparedness to play at the highest level they can? For sure, but NOT at the expense of the club. Between seasons no drama. Putting 1 or 2 individuals ahead of the club will kill the club eventually - How long will people continue parting with their hard earned through membership, sponsorship or attendance when their reward for the club doing the right thing in development could destroy its entire season?
by JK
Thu Oct 04, 2018 7:32 pm
 
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Re: Preliminary Final

A fine or suspended sentence would have been more appropriate.
How fxxxing precious are the SANFL.
Who evaluates their performance.
Bloody disgrace.
by ferret
Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:52 am
 
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Re: Preliminary Final

They could have sent him to an independent Tribunal where the magistrate had no power the make a decision and mimic the SANFL ruling on NA.
by goddy11
Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:17 am
 
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Re: Preliminary Final

Pity Olsen was not suspended for impersonating someone one who cared about the SANFL.
by goddy11
Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:58 am
 
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Re: SA 2019 Draft Watch

By Andrew Faulkner in the Austtralian
On Monday we’ll be reminded that the AFL is the VFL with the V turned upside down and furnished with a small ornamental crossbar.

Those of us in the states that are not Victoria will be put in our place. Again.

For the V, pardon, A-FL, is coming for your players.

For your star ruckman. Your centreman. Your centre-half-forward. The player your local club has groomed and nurtured and fostered. The player recruited with scarce money, only to be stolen mid-season, cruelling finals aspirations and breaking supporters’ hearts.

Stolen is not too harsh a word, because the local clubs get nothing in return.

The mid-season draft is open season on local football. About 15 players are expected to be selected on Monday in the first mid-season draft since 1993.

AFL talent ambassador Kevin Sheehan said on Melbourne radio this week losing a player mid-season was great for a local club’s “culture”.

“(It is) a little minor setback that you might lose one, but great for the culture of that club to be pushing your boys up to give them a chance,” Sheehan said.

Where to begin. Firstly, clubs such as Norwood, Glenelg, Claremont and Swan Districts aren’t lacking in the culture department. They could teach a few AFL franchises a thing or two about culture. But won’t someone think of the kiddies? All they ask is a chance!

Well, state clubs are proud when their players are drafted — in the draft proper. But not in the middle of the season.

South Adelaide expect to lose the SANFL’s leading ruckman, Michael Knoll. This, after South lost forward/ruckman Hayden McLean to Sydney as a “supplementary” recruit in March. And that, after they lost ruckman Keegan Brooksby, to West Coast as a “Pre-Season Supplemental Selection”.

As you can imagine, South Adelaide’s inventory of tall timber is starting to look a tad thin.

South fans shuffle their feet, hands in pockets, and mumble something about that just being the way of the world. Because South people are used to hardship. They haven’t won a premiership since 1964.

But there’s plenty to speak for them, such as ex-Port captain Warren Tredrea, who says the mid-season draft threatens the fabric of the WAFL, SANFL and even the VFL.

“Once again, the AFL has misread the room and got it terribly wrong,” Tredrea wrote in The Advertiser this week.

Norwood chief executive and former Western Bulldogs football manager James Fantasia says the AFL has acted in haste.

“This will have little or no impact on the AFL clubs … but the impact on the SANFL is enormous,” Fantasia says.

Fantasia said the jump from the second to the top tier was too big a leap for a player during a season. “To suggest that you can play a player from a state league, that he’s going to walk into an AFL side that same year, that’s pie in the sky stuff.”

Inaugural Adelaide coach Graham Cornes says AFL clubs are announcing “strategic retirements” so they can “ravage local leagues” on Monday.

“It should never have come to this,” Cornes wrote in The Advertiser. “In typical AFL fashion it has determined an outcome before considering the process or the impact.”

If the AFL needs more players, then expand the lists. And do it via the November draft, so everyone’s on a level playing field.

Again, local clubs are delighted when their players are taken in the draft proper.

My own club — and let that stand as a declaration of interest from a Sturt member — presently has 17 players on AFL lists. A full starting side bar one.

It’s not enough that the Double Blues gave the game attacking handball, Peter Motley and the widespread use of the checkside punt — oh, and a ruckman by the name of Brodie Grundy — we have to hand over more players in the middle of the season? What have you done with the others?

If all this isn’t bad enough, AFL clubs have admitted they won’t use the mid-season draft for its intended purpose; that is, recruiting a mature player to fill a gap created by an injury or a retirement. Instead clubs will take youngsters not yet ready for AFL, and develop them over more than the current season.

There are voices of dissent. Chris Scott, for example, is opposed to AFL clubs warehousing young players overlooked in the draft.

“I don’t think that was the intention, and it looks like that’s the way it might be used,” Scott told AFL 360 this week. “Stephen Wells, who I have an enormous amount of respect for, our list manager and recruiting manager, has been opposed to the idea for a long time on the basis that the art of list management is getting your team ready for the whole season.”
by DOC
Mon Jun 03, 2019 3:19 am
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Well done Roy.
Could have taken the easy option years ago to be an assistant in the afl but stayed loyal to the Dogs.
A true legend of the game.
by amber_fluid
Mon Jul 01, 2019 7:36 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

A legend. In recent years have particularly appreciated his honesty when it comes to the afl interlopers and refusal to toe the party line. Much respect.
by saintal
Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:52 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

7 premierships from 9 consecutive grand finals, the most successful post-AFL era coach and will remain so for ever, one would think.

Has changed the club he coaches for ever and has the humility to know when his time has come to an end.

Quality operator.
by Booney
Tue Jul 02, 2019 9:35 am
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

A legend. In recent years have particularly appreciated his honesty when it comes to the afl interlopers and refusal to toe the party line. Much respect.
Was just about to write the same. Pretty much a lone, "active" voice in an SANFL role against the AFL centric system and the terrible bowing to the AFL to destroy our league. Wasn't afraid to voice his honest opinion which most often was reflective of the true SANFL supporter with the future of the SANFL his concern.
Yep, right on. Not only a great record, but has also hung on in the less successful years when others might’ve found the going too tough. Now there’s one less true SANFL voice in the comp, and it’ll be poorer for his retirement.
by Magellan
Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:26 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Well done to Roy Laird on an unbelievable run, the SANFL will be much poorer without him.

Would love to see him employed by the SANFL in some aspect, he would sort out those that are a cancer to the league in no time.

Cancer, really! A hideous disease that effects us all and should never be spoken about out of context. Appalling, over-dramatic :(
would the word "hemmorhoids" be more appropriate? :D ;)
by gazzamagoo
Wed Jul 03, 2019 10:04 am
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Well done to Roy Laird on an unbelievable run, the SANFL will be much poorer without him.

Would love to see him employed by the SANFL in some aspect, he would sort out those that are a cancer to the league in no time.

Cancer, really! A hideous disease that effects us all and should never be spoken about out of context. Appalling, over-dramatic :(
Your first post was to complain about this becoming an "AFL whinge thread', yet you're doing more to make it that than any other person posting here.
Roy's stance on the AFL was admired by all of us, and fittingly, will be brought up in his own tribute thread.
P.S. as defined in the dictionary: a cancer is "an evil or destructive practice or phenomenon that is hard to contain or eradicate."
I think Norwood 8 is spot on, and Roy would agree also.
by therisingblues
Wed Jul 03, 2019 1:33 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

cracka wrote:Who coached the 1st 2 flags for Centrals.

Peter Jonas and Alastair Clarkson?
by Magellan
Wed Jul 03, 2019 7:06 pm
 
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Re: Eagles V Central

Don't need to be past player, John Butcher rubbishing was a favourite pastime when he was still playing. Probably among Centrals fans too
Most of the stuff I heard over his time here was the occasional unimaginative sarcasm from opposition fans, eg "Recruit of the year!" , that type of stuff. Then again, I tend to sit in areas where there are more opposition fans.

Personally, I always felt 'Dogs fans believed in him in the main, alot of that might have been faith in the CDFC as well.
by StrayDog
Fri Jul 19, 2019 2:20 am
 
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Re: Finals

LMA wrote:He's saying in the first week of AFL finals (Sept 5-8) there's a chance that Adelaide will play on Thursday night. If Adelaide reserves play on Sunday arvo there's only 4 days between games.

Bad luck.
by Jim05
Thu Aug 01, 2019 10:01 pm
 
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Re: Port v WWT Sunday Alberton 1.10pm

Hope Ben gets a start and gets a few touches. Has stuck it out when many have gone to ammos and the like.
by Grenville
Fri Aug 09, 2019 8:36 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Last week at Elizabeth, AS we came off the ground after the little cup presentation, Joel Cross did not go to the South rooms but went straight around to the Centrals rooms where he was stopped from going in.

John Platten came to the door to see what he wanted

After telling John what he wanted, John escorted him in to offer his congratulations to Roy Laird his outstanding success and achievements.

Pity that did not happen out on the ground but I for one think it's great that Crossy recognised Roy for all that he has done, not only for Centrals but for being a voice against the fee ride that the AFL clubs get in our league.

An outstanding career as a player and coach comes to end this Saturday. His legacy is great and will surely become a club hall of fame legend.
by DOC
Mon Aug 19, 2019 5:34 pm
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

Lucky the inception of the reserves sides has led to such great success for the Crows and Port in the AFL, imagine how poorly they'd be performing under the "old" system.

Sanderson and Trigg had an agenda to blame not having a reserves side for their AFL failings, now they have been found out as frauds and we are stuck with their delusions as our reality
by Dutchy
Tue Aug 20, 2019 10:21 am
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

Lucky the inception of the reserves sides has led to such great success for the Crows and Port in the AFL, imagine how poorly they'd be performing under the "old" system.

Sanderson and Trigg had an agenda to blame not having a reserves side for their AFL failings, now they have been found out as frauds and we are stuck with their delusions as our reality

Yep .. Early-Mid 2000's Victorian clubs and media were bemoaning the fact the Crows and Power had an advantage in development with their players in the SANFL. Not long after the AFL successfully leant on the SANFL to reduce the Salary Cap. Not long after that the AFL clubs successfully lobbied for their own reserves sides.

Completely understandable Crows and Port would want total control of their reserves players, but not sure how much benefit they've derived from it when the competition has weakened?
by JK
Tue Aug 20, 2019 10:34 am
 
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Re: The never ending No AFL in the SANFL whinge thread

Lucky the inception of the reserves sides has led to such great success for the Crows and Port in the AFL, imagine how poorly they'd be performing under the "old" system.

Sanderson and Trigg had an agenda to blame not having a reserves side for their AFL failings, now they have been found out as frauds and we are stuck with their delusions as our reality

Yep .. Early-Mid 2000's Victorian clubs and media were bemoaning the fact the Crows and Power had an advantage in development with their players in the SANFL. Not long after the AFL successfully leant on the SANFL to reduce the Salary Cap. Not long after that the AFL clubs successfully lobbied for their own reserves sides.

Completely understandable Crows and Port would want total control of their reserves players, but not sure how much benefit they've derived from it when the competition has weakened?
A few over there were keenly looking at our arrangement in the '90s, well before the AFL Reserves were dissolved.
by StrayDog
Tue Aug 20, 2019 12:42 pm
 
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching



He initiated the change of the predominantly white guernsey & socks . He went about changing perceptions & standards.

NO. Daryl Hicks implemented the white guernsey and socks. Kerley wanted to change the guernsey but wasn't able to, he did bring in better socks though. In fact when the company delivered the new socks they were incorrectly designed in that they were white in the bottom third. Management were just going to take thenm but Kerley made them send them back and made the company send the correct ones.

Daryl Hicks also implemented a better playing culture.

Sorry, you’ve misunderstood stood me.
My post meant to say that Kerley wanted to get rid of the white guernsey/socks.
Depends who you talk to I guess, but Centrals people involved with the club that I know told me firsthand that Kerley was the one who changed the club.

Kerleys name is never mentioned when Club Culture is discussed. He was nowhere as impactful as the Club had hoped for. Clearly semi-retired as a coach at that stage.

Make no doubt Alan Stewart is the Father of CDFC! Roy is the Heir Apparent!
by northerner
Tue Aug 20, 2019 5:05 pm
 
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Re: Round 18 - Central District v Powereserves

What a PRICK of a season, so glad it is finally over. Today's game typified the whole season, especially when the final quarter went 32 minutes and made us suffer as long as possible to the bitter end.

Perfect example of why there should be no AFL in the S.A.N.F.L..

End of football for the year as far as I'm concerned, zero interest in S.A.N.F.L. finals.

Can wait for next season (not a typo I meant CAN not can't.)

And to the Port morons (supporters and players) thank you for reminding me why I hate your football club so much.
by Groucho
Sat Aug 24, 2019 7:57 pm
 
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Re: 2019 1st Semi Final - Crowserves v Norwood

This would be sweet.

Would love nothing more than to find out the bendovers have their pants pulled down by their masters LOL!
by whufc
Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:28 pm
 
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Re: 2019 1st Semi Final - Crowserves v Norwood

Channel 7 commentators very excited about the crows. I just don’t get it, this team (and Port) should win every game they play and are massive underachievers in the SANFL. Especially in the finals where they play home games against teams that get to train at the Oval once before the game. By the way, sucked in Norwood. You chose to sell your soul to the devil and now he’s pulling your pants down. That being said, I wouldn’t be sad if you come back and win because I still like seeing the crows get humiliated.

Good to see fans of all the shit clubs that couldn’t even make finals getting on the chirp ;)
They have a point though.
Oh well a Premiership to an AFL reserves side will mean I cut my ties with Norwood and the SANFL after 40+ years
I'll be joining you.
I stood up at the Norwood AGM all those years ago and said I would walk away the day a AFL reserves side won a flag. Many of my mates left in disgust years ago and I’ve stayed loyal but the day is fast arriving where it ends
by Jim05
Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:55 pm
 
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Re: 2019 1st Semi Final - Crowserves v Norwood

Walking back to my car having just seen witnessed my last quarter of SANFL football potentially.
**** YOU SANFL AND TRIPODI!
Hopefully Joe is hit by a real bus not just the karma bus
by Jim05
Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:03 pm
 
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Re: 2019 1st Semi Final - Crowserves v Norwood

Jim05 wrote:
Wedgie wrote:How the **** is Baulderstone still playing, should have given up after his woeful GF last year.

Has been the best ruckman in the comp this year, not his fault we are in this position

No, don't blame Baldy. Blame Tripodi.
by Pseudo
Sun Sep 08, 2019 1:57 pm
 
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Re: 2019 2nd Semi Final - Glenelg v Powerserves

Frampton is a fair dinkum cockhead.
by Grenville
Sun Sep 08, 2019 5:14 pm
 
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