Josh Glenn Doping Ban

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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby whufc » Tue Nov 05, 2019 6:11 pm

northerner wrote:
Jim05 wrote:
southee wrote:Sounds like Norwood are supporting him with counseling etc... as stated on tonight’s news/NFC website.

Sadly there are most likely a few more Josh Glenn’s in the competition (as with the general society).

Clubs need to set standards and do their research.

Would be plenty of guys in ammo and country leagues on the stuff. I guess when he was taking the stuff he didn’t see himself playing SANFL that season

Pending court case alone should have been enough to make Norwood think twice about signing him on.

A very talented footballer. Will surely be ruing his choices. His family will be important right now.


I wonder how this outcome would have affected his court case had the time frames aligned

Belting someone knowing your on the roids probably ups the level of the assault you would hope.
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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Lightning McQueen » Mon Nov 11, 2019 11:39 am

Dogs64 wrote:A bit of a strange one. Left Gold Coast and a promising career as he was homesick. Plays for cdfc and from memory finishes top 3 in the b & f. Leaves cdfc for Willaston, gets sacked. Ends up at Norwood after the season has started and lists are pretty well finalised and plays for free.

Has always had trouble committing for any period of time, had a bout 3 clearances in one season playing cricket.

Going to the Gold Coast should've been the pinnacle for him, he needed to break away from his mates and focus fully on footy, he has a great family around him and an enormous amount of talent.

The fight at the Exchange was totally out of character, I've known him for 10 to 15 years and he's never been aggressive and I've never heard of any such incidents.

It's all history now though, it's a learning curve, not many get the opportunity to play at the top level and make a comfortable living out of it, not many get to earn themselves a comfortable tax free earning each week for a couple of hours running around a park, Josh has lost that privilege now, he has to wear that, a big change from the skinny kid playing on the ball and kicking a shitload of goals for Elizabeth.
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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Booney » Mon Nov 11, 2019 12:23 pm

Lightning McQueen wrote:
Dogs64 wrote:A bit of a strange one. Left Gold Coast and a promising career as he was homesick. Plays for cdfc and from memory finishes top 3 in the b & f. Leaves cdfc for Willaston, gets sacked. Ends up at Norwood after the season has started and lists are pretty well finalised and plays for free.

Has always had trouble committing for any period of time, had a bout 3 clearances in one season playing cricket.

Going to the Gold Coast should've been the pinnacle for him, he needed to break away from his mates and focus fully on footy, he has a great family around him and an enormous amount of talent.

The fight at the Exchange was totally out of character, I've known him for 10 to 15 years and he's never been aggressive and I've never heard of any such incidents.

It's all history now though, it's a learning curve, not many get the opportunity to play at the top level and make a comfortable living out of it, not many get to earn themselves a comfortable tax free earning each week for a couple of hours running around a park, Josh has lost that privilege now, he has to wear that, a big change from the skinny kid playing on the ball and kicking a shitload of goals for Elizabeth.


Not for someone using anabolics it's not.
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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Jimmy » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:15 pm

Booney wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
Dogs64 wrote:A bit of a strange one. Left Gold Coast and a promising career as he was homesick. Plays for cdfc and from memory finishes top 3 in the b & f. Leaves cdfc for Willaston, gets sacked. Ends up at Norwood after the season has started and lists are pretty well finalised and plays for free.

Has always had trouble committing for any period of time, had a bout 3 clearances in one season playing cricket.

Going to the Gold Coast should've been the pinnacle for him, he needed to break away from his mates and focus fully on footy, he has a great family around him and an enormous amount of talent.

The fight at the Exchange was totally out of character, I've known him for 10 to 15 years and he's never been aggressive and I've never heard of any such incidents.

It's all history now though, it's a learning curve, not many get the opportunity to play at the top level and make a comfortable living out of it, not many get to earn themselves a comfortable tax free earning each week for a couple of hours running around a park, Josh has lost that privilege now, he has to wear that, a big change from the skinny kid playing on the ball and kicking a shitload of goals for Elizabeth.


Not for someone using anabolics it's not.


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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Magellan » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:31 pm

Jimmy wrote:
Booney wrote:
Lightning McQueen wrote:
Dogs64 wrote:A bit of a strange one. Left Gold Coast and a promising career as he was homesick. Plays for cdfc and from memory finishes top 3 in the b & f. Leaves cdfc for Willaston, gets sacked. Ends up at Norwood after the season has started and lists are pretty well finalised and plays for free.

Has always had trouble committing for any period of time, had a bout 3 clearances in one season playing cricket.

Going to the Gold Coast should've been the pinnacle for him, he needed to break away from his mates and focus fully on footy, he has a great family around him and an enormous amount of talent.

The fight at the Exchange was totally out of character, I've known him for 10 to 15 years and he's never been aggressive and I've never heard of any such incidents.

It's all history now though, it's a learning curve, not many get the opportunity to play at the top level and make a comfortable living out of it, not many get to earn themselves a comfortable tax free earning each week for a couple of hours running around a park, Josh has lost that privilege now, he has to wear that, a big change from the skinny kid playing on the ball and kicking a shitload of goals for Elizabeth.


Not for someone using anabolics it's not.


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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Grenville » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:47 pm

It's all history now though, it's a learning curve, not many get the opportunity to play at the top level and make a comfortable living out of it, not many get to earn themselves a comfortable tax free earning each week for a couple of hours running around a park, Josh has lost that privilege now, he has to wear that, a big change from the skinny kid playing on the ball and kicking a shitload of goals for Elizabeth.[/quote]

Not for someone using anabolics it's not.[/quote]

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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Lightning McQueen » Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:06 am

Booney wrote:
Not for someone using anabolics it's not.

Yeah, must've been on the juice back then.
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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby Mythical Creature » Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:23 am

Is this the sequence of events?

Glenn signs at Willaston
Belts someone, willaston sack him
Glenn signs at Norwood
Glenn dobs in Willaston for paying him sign ons which he accepted
Willaston get whacked by Sanfl
Glenn gets off scot free and keeps money he accepted
He gets target tested by asada (possibly by a mystery tip off, possibly from his previous club)
Glenn gets banned for 4 years.

Sounds like justice for everyone here, both parties that did the wrong thing, willaston and Glenn get punished.
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Re: Josh Glenn Doping Ban

Postby am Bays » Tue Nov 12, 2019 2:19 pm

So what you're saying is that Glenn is unlikey to offered Life Membership of Willaston FC, anytime soon....
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