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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby dedja » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:38 pm

Maybe Roy Laird should have a go at the Bay ... he's got the losing finals routine down pat now.
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby The Sleeping Giant » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:42 pm

So both coaches took over teams on or near the bottom, had, 4-6 years and couldn't get the chocolates. Good luck bays.
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby Dutchy » Wed Oct 02, 2013 9:54 pm

The Sleeping Giant wrote:So both coaches took over teams on or near the bottom, had, 4-6 years and couldn't get the chocolates. Good luck bays.


Oh dear
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby smac » Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:03 pm

dedja wrote:Maybe Roy Laird should have a go at the Bay ... he's got the losing finals routine down pat now.

Nice try. He's still 3 flags ahead if Glenelg. :D
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby dedja » Wed Oct 02, 2013 10:08 pm

True, but normal transmission has now resumed ...
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby Panther Pack » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:24 pm

So Mcgregor isn't in the running for the this job???
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby Panther Pack » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:36 pm

maxyoz wrote:Ron Fuller and Andrew Collins.

Can't wait for the announcement.

I wonder if they will hold off until Friday week at the B&F. The new CEO can announce it.


Thought Jarman was a contender also?
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby The Sleeping Giant » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:55 pm

Dutchy wrote:
The Sleeping Giant wrote:So both coaches took over teams on or near the bottom, had, 4-6 years and couldn't get the chocolates. Good luck bays.


Oh dear


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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby 85 WAS A GOOD YEAR » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:59 pm

maxyoz wrote:Ron Fuller and Andrew Collins.

Can't wait for the announcement.

I wonder if they will hold off until Friday week at the B&F. The new CEO can announce it.

Geez Maxyoz, please tell me you just stirring the pot.
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby StrayDog » Thu Oct 03, 2013 2:11 am

smac wrote:
dedja wrote:Maybe Roy Laird should have a go at the Bay ... he's got the losing finals routine down pat now.

Nice try. He's still 3 flags ahead if Glenelg. :D
dedja wrote:True, but normal transmission has now resumed ...

Nah, that'd mean regularly missing the finals altogether. A bit of an underachiever there is our Roy. :D
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby FOURTH ESTATE » Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:14 am

Don't want Fuller or Collins both have no idea???? Glenelg's game plan was bad enough with Massie let alone these two.

What do I care anyway as I won't be rejoining as a member because of their weak board effort with the Cow$.

If Andrew Jarman gets the job which he should have after Mickan I might think about it. At least they might have skill level above D6 Amateur level.

Saw more skill level at the SAAFL D4 GF this year between Plympton & Brahma Lodge and that was at a higher level than what the Bays have displayed for most of the year!!!!!!!
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby SDK » Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:45 am

What happened to supporting your team through thick and thin ? Who cares who the coach is get in and give your club the support it deserves !
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby Panther Pack » Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:47 am

FOURTH ESTATE wrote:Don't want Fuller or Collins both have no idea???? Glenelg's game plan was bad enough with Massie let alone these two.

What do I care anyway as I won't be rejoining as a member because of their weak board effort with the Cow$.

If Andrew Jarman gets the job which he should have after Mickan I might think about it. At least they might have skill level above D6 Amateur level.

Saw more skill level at the SAAFL D4 GF this year between Plympton & Brahma Lodge and that was at a higher level than what the Bays have displayed for most of the year!!!!!!!


I agree although alot of people seem to think Jarman is past his best I reckon he could really provide something to a club and would also be great for the League with his profile and personality.
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby gossipgirl » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:02 am

SDK wrote:What happened to supporting your team through thick and thin ? Who cares who the coach is get in and give your club the support it deserves !


Well thats what real supporters do
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby puppet arms » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:09 am

SDK wrote:What happened to supporting your team through thick and thin ? Who cares who the coach is get in and give your club the support it deserves !

This. I don't always agree with what my club does (especially this year!!) but I'll always support the bays, always be a member. If I can turn up every week this season and watch the tripe we put out I can sure as hell turn up again next year. It's gotta be more fun, even against the 'support teams'
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby DOC » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:15 am

FOURTH ESTATE wrote:Don't want Fuller or Collins both have no idea???? Glenelg's game plan was bad enough with Massie let alone these two.

What do I care anyway as I won't be rejoining as a member because of their weak board effort with the Cow$.

If Andrew Jarman gets the job which he should have after Mickan I might think about it. At least they might have skill level above D6 Amateur level.

Saw more skill level at the SAAFL D4 GF this year between Plympton & Brahma Lodge and that was at a higher level than what the Bays have displayed for most of the year!!!!!!!


Glenelg reserves would comfortably beat both those sides.
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby Dutchy » Thu Oct 03, 2013 12:12 pm

Lets spell it out - Fuller and Collins are NOT the last 2
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby mighty_tiger_79 » Thu Oct 03, 2013 12:14 pm

Dutchy wrote:Lets spell it out - Fuller and Collins are NOT the last 2



ill put my life on the fact that Collins wont be our coach next year and I would put the house on Fuller not coaching us next year
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby MatteeG » Thu Oct 03, 2013 12:15 pm

SDK wrote:What happened to supporting your team through thick and thin ? Who cares who the coach is get in and give your club the support it deserves !


Yep, Hill at Norwood was universally loved..
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Re: Glenelg Senior Coach 2014

Postby southee » Thu Oct 03, 2013 12:19 pm

Said from the start Fuller.

I believe Fuller is a big chance and a favourite ATM .
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