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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby southernbulldog » Sun Jul 24, 2022 2:49 pm

Absolutely agree we are on the right track .
We have been trying to get a genuine ruckman for a while without success.
A mid who can kick goals would be handy as well.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Sun Jul 24, 2022 2:51 pm

southernbulldog wrote:Absolutely agree we are on the right track .
We have been trying to get a genuine ruckman for a while without success.
A mid who can kick goals would be handy as well.


Maybe we will get Fort back next season,
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby Jim05 » Sun Jul 24, 2022 2:55 pm

Definitely need some astute and shrewd recruiting as the reserves are pretty thin for talent and both underage sides are woeful currently so not sure there is much down there than can step up.
I don’t think the league side is that far off TBH and are competitive most weeks
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Sun Jul 24, 2022 3:03 pm

I wouldn't be surprised if Meggsy persuaded his son to play out his twilight years at the club too.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby southernbulldog » Sun Jul 24, 2022 6:54 pm

Would be handy at SANFL level if it was possible
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby whufc » Mon Jul 25, 2022 12:33 pm

Whilst there have moment of improvements we are still comfortably the second worst proper SANFL side which is very disappointing.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Mon Jul 25, 2022 1:43 pm

whufc wrote:Whilst there have moment of improvements we are still comfortably the second worst proper SANFL side which is very disappointing.


All we can do is improve each year.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby JK » Tue Jul 26, 2022 4:15 pm

Jim05 wrote:Definitely need some astute and shrewd recruiting as the reserves are pretty thin for talent and both underage sides are woeful currently so not sure there is much down there than can step up.
I don’t think the league side is that far off TBH and are competitive most weeks


Recruits will be on their way soon enough ..
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Jul 27, 2022 1:38 pm

JK wrote:
Jim05 wrote:Definitely need some astute and shrewd recruiting as the reserves are pretty thin for talent and both underage sides are woeful currently so not sure there is much down there than can step up.
I don’t think the league side is that far off TBH and are competitive most weeks


Recruits will be on their way soon enough ..


I believe that our number one priority has to be a tall marking forward. This would help straighten up our play and give our mids confidence in delivering the ball forward. Much as I love Aidan, he is more a half-forward flanker than a key forward. Fraser does well when forward, but we really need him all over the ground (a clone or two of him would help ;) ). Two players we lost whom would have been handy were Daniel Menzel and Connor McLean. At Norwood, Conner has proven to be a better player than we seemed to give him credit for. Maybe we didn't manage him well?

The return of Marcus Barreau next year will be really useful, as will a full pre-season for Aaron Nietschke. I also hope that Hosko decides to go around at least one more time.

I wonder if Isaya McKenzie may be interested in returning? Not sure how enjoyable it would be having to play community football as much as he does as part of the Crows setup.
Cheers
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby bulldogproud » Wed Jul 27, 2022 1:42 pm

whufc wrote:Whilst there have moment of improvements we are still comfortably the second worst proper SANFL side which is very disappointing.


Although it is true we will finish below them this season, I think that Sturt, the Eagles and South would all challenge us in being the second worst proper SANFL side... on current form.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby whufc » Wed Jul 27, 2022 2:53 pm

bulldogproud wrote:
whufc wrote:Whilst there have moment of improvements we are still comfortably the second worst proper SANFL side which is very disappointing.


Although it is true we will finish below them this season, I think that Sturt, the Eagles and South would all challenge us in being the second worst proper SANFL side... on current form.


Agree on current form we are better than that but not sure the ladder lies.....our issue for a few years now has not been how good we can play its those stretches of real poor form we seem to have every year.

The one blessing though this year is we seem to be ending the season playing well, that cant be said in other years......lets hope the lads don't check out for the last few games.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby northerner » Wed Jul 27, 2022 5:57 pm

And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby JK » Wed Jul 27, 2022 6:05 pm

northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


Rossy is a gun, key to some pretty formidable lists over the years at the Parade, great get for the Dogs.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Jul 27, 2022 7:21 pm

JK wrote:
northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


Rossy is a gun, key to some pretty formidable lists over the years at the Parade, great get for the Dogs.


He was there for the 3-peat, could be a very handy recruit!
Time will tell.
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby nwdfanparade » Wed Jul 27, 2022 7:31 pm

northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


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Mark often dropped into (not literally) the Nwd History Group meetings in the old Premiers Bar. I could listen to Mark talk football all day. Brilliant football brain, scary what he could do for the Doggies (if the Doggies have enough money for recruiting).
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby whufc » Wed Jul 27, 2022 7:53 pm

northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


Sounds very promising

Edwards making moves!
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Wed Jul 27, 2022 8:15 pm

nwdfanparade wrote:
northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


mark ross 2.JPG


Mark often dropped into (not literally) the Nwd History Group meetings in the old Premiers Bar. I could listen to Mark talk football all day. Brilliant football brain, scary what he could do for the Doggies (if the Doggies have enough money for recruiting).


BREAK OUT THE BROWN PAPER BAGS!
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby Jim05 » Wed Jul 27, 2022 9:28 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:
northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


mark ross 2.JPG


Mark often dropped into (not literally) the Nwd History Group meetings in the old Premiers Bar. I could listen to Mark talk football all day. Brilliant football brain, scary what he could do for the Doggies (if the Doggies have enough money for recruiting).


BREAK OUT THE BROWN PAPER BAGS!
Need a lot more than that to get blokes to move up that way.
Still got some of those DVD’s in storage :)
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby whufc » Thu Jul 28, 2022 8:32 am

Jim05 wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:
nwdfanparade wrote:
northerner wrote:And in a welcome boost to the Club, Mark Ross has just been appointed as the new Football Manager.
He was the Operations Manager at Norwood for several years. At present he is working for a Player Management Group as a Talent ID specialist; so hopefully he may have some connections through this?


mark ross 2.JPG


Mark often dropped into (not literally) the Nwd History Group meetings in the old Premiers Bar. I could listen to Mark talk football all day. Brilliant football brain, scary what he could do for the Doggies (if the Doggies have enough money for recruiting).


BREAK OUT THE BROWN PAPER BAGS!
Need a lot more than that to get blokes to move up that way.
Still got some of those DVD’s in storage :)


I wonder how many players live city side/ western suburbs/ eastern suburbs etc.....

Could the club look to train once a week in more of a city location...I imagine a lot of footy clubs would have ovals free on Monday night as an example. Would this have an affect if players only had to travel to the beff twice a week for training not three times. How many volunteers/trainers do they need at training and are there any who would be willing to travel into the city once a week to assist with this.

If this is going to be an ongoing issue I think we need to look outside the square a bit more. Albeit I cant see the big deal with a bit of travelling for training....shit we travel 45 minutes regularly to go from Spalding to Redhill and most of us are pleb b graders :)
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Re: CDFC 2022

Postby gazzamagoo » Thu Jul 28, 2022 8:46 am

bulldogproud wrote:
JK wrote:
Jim05 wrote:Definitely need some astute and shrewd recruiting as the reserves are pretty thin for talent and both underage sides are woeful currently so not sure there is much down there than can step up.
I don’t think the league side is that far off TBH and are competitive most weeks


Recruits will be on their way soon enough ..


I believe that our number one priority has to be a tall marking forward. This would help straighten up our play and give our mids confidence in delivering the ball forward. Much as I love Aidan, he is more a half-forward flanker than a key forward. Fraser does well when forward, but we really need him all over the ground (a clone or two of him would help ;) ). Two players we lost whom would have been handy were Daniel Menzel and Connor McLean. At Norwood, Conner has proven to be a better player than we seemed to give him credit for. Maybe we didn't manage him well?

The return of Marcus Barreau next year will be really useful, as will a full pre-season for Aaron Nietschke. I also hope that Hosko decides to go around at least one more time.

I wonder if Isaya McKenzie may be interested in returning? Not sure how enjoyable it would be having to play community football as much as he does as part of the Crows setup.
Cheers


Izzy didn't want to train 3 nights per week, plus he had a new kid.
Things might have changed, maybe we could have another chat?
BUT is he the sort of player we desperately need right now?
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