Roy Laird’s last season coaching

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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Postby whufc » Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:00 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:Very interesting stuff, I'm definitely not naming any players but it's interesting to hear some of the players' names that are considering returning to Centrals, some recently left, some a few year's ago.

Milne back
Butcher back
Boyd back
Hanna back
that's a good start!


Butchers not back in a playing capcity though.

Realisitcally Milne and Hanna are serviceable at best. If they spat the dummy at Laird at thats why they left it was no big loss really and tbh they will be depth players at best this year.

Happy to place any wager that Milne and Hanna will not finish their careers as league premiership players.
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Postby gazzamagoo » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:00 pm

whufc wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:Very interesting stuff, I'm definitely not naming any players but it's interesting to hear some of the players' names that are considering returning to Centrals, some recently left, some a few year's ago.

Milne back
Butcher back
Boyd back
Hanna back
that's a good start!


Butchers not back in a playing capcity though.

Realisitcally Milne and Hanna are serviceable at best. If they spat the dummy at Laird at thats why they left it was no big loss really and tbh they will be depth players at best this year.

Happy to place any wager that Milne and Hanna will not finish their careers as league premiership players.

I think you'll see a different Hanna though
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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Postby Brodlach » Tue Dec 24, 2019 4:54 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
whufc wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:Very interesting stuff, I'm definitely not naming any players but it's interesting to hear some of the players' names that are considering returning to Centrals, some recently left, some a few year's ago.

Milne back
Butcher back
Boyd back
Hanna back
that's a good start!


Butchers not back in a playing capcity though.

Realisitcally Milne and Hanna are serviceable at best. If they spat the dummy at Laird at thats why they left it was no big loss really and tbh they will be depth players at best this year.

Happy to place any wager that Milne and Hanna will not finish their careers as league premiership players.

I think you'll see a different Hanna though


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Re: Roy Laird’s last season coaching

Postby northerner » Wed Dec 25, 2019 10:26 am

Many good judges suggest that Digger (Ben Hanna) would have been fine under Roys regime. Shame he never tried league footy..

I also believe Sam will be a better player Post Roy...he is highly talented with great marking ability and a big engine. However rightly or wrongly he didnt enjoy Roys coaching style.

Just a side note..Milney never spat it under Roy. He had leg ops at end of 2018 that were ruling him out of half a season so he took advantage and had 12 months overseas. Was always coming back.
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