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Postby Booney » Tue Dec 10, 2019 8:31 am

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Tue Dec 10, 2019 8:56 am

meh


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby DOC » Tue Dec 10, 2019 9:41 am

Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:28 pm

DOC wrote:Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.


$7.50 for top 4 and $34 for the flag.

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:40 pm

Booney wrote:
DOC wrote:Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.


$7.50 for top 4 and $34 for the flag.

#easymoney


Cash in

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:42 pm

mots02 wrote:
Booney wrote:
DOC wrote:Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.


$7.50 for top 4 and $34 for the flag.

#easymoney


Cash in

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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Spargo » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:45 pm

Booney wrote:
DOC wrote:Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.


$7.50 for top 4 and $34 for the flag.

#easymoney


Glenelg were $21 to win the flag preseason... 8)
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Tue Dec 10, 2019 4:00 pm

Booney wrote:
mots02 wrote:
Booney wrote:
DOC wrote:Certain top four finish and flag favourites. Reminiscent of Glenelg 2019.


$7.50 for top 4 and $34 for the flag.

#easymoney


Cash in

#baliin2019

#maldivesin2020


Maldives? You been talking to Mrs Boon?


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Wed Dec 11, 2019 3:48 pm

THE PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB has announced an increased partnership agreement with Carlton & United Breweries through Pirate Life for 2020.

CUB has been a long-term partner of Port Adelaide and has increased its agreement to become one of the club’s Premier partners.

Port Adelaide Chief Executive Officer Keith Thomas says it has been a fantastic partnership that continues to evolve.

“It is great for the club to continue its association with such a strong recognisable national brand,” Mr Thomas said.

“It has been a long-term connection with CUB - dating back to 2012 - and we are rapt to increase our level of partnership.”

CUB acquired Pirate Life in 2017, and the Pirate Life brand will become a new joint major partner of Port Adelaide’s SANFL side, as well as retaining the naming rights of the Deck at Adelaide Oval for AFL home games.

Thomas says the agreement with Pirate Life provides an exciting opportunity for both organisations.

“Port Adelaide and Pirate Life are very much aligned,” he said.

“Both organisations have a strong community focus, and to partner with another great team from Port Adelaide’s heartland is pretty special.

“We had our 150th anniversary logo launch at the Pirate Life brewery. It was a great day and the fit was just perfect.

“The special edition lager they have created - with the club’s new logo - looks and tastes great. I’m sure the Port Adelaide community is loving it.”

Mr Thomas’ sentiments were echoed by Pirate Life co-founder Jack Cameron.

“We’re super excited to continue to build on an already great relationship with Port Adelaide,” Mr Cameron said.

“Now that we call Port Adelaide home, with our new brewery and hospitality venue, we are looking forward to working with the club to do some great things for not only the footy community but for everyone in Port Adelaide.”

CUB’s regional Sales Director Dany Savage said the partnership made sense.

“We are pumped and very optimistic about our continued partnership with the Port Adelaide Football Club,” he said.

“It makes perfect sense to have Pirate Life play a significant role as a part of the increased partnership given both organisations’ links to the Port Adelaide community.

“As the club approaches its 150th anniversary, we are honoured to be partnering alongside it.”
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby LMA » Wed Dec 11, 2019 7:32 pm

Members day would be good. Big screen outside for a Sunday away game :drinkers:
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Dec 12, 2019 7:44 am

LMA wrote:Members day would be good. Big screen outside for a Sunday away game :drinkers:


That is a sensational idea.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Lightning McQueen » Thu Dec 12, 2019 8:25 am

LMA wrote:Members day would be good. Big screen outside for a Sunday away game :drinkers:

Just need to find a beer that they make that I can stomach.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:02 am

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LMA wrote:Members day would be good. Big screen outside for a Sunday away game :drinkers:

Just need to find a beer that they make that I can stomach.


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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Brodlach » Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:04 am

Im sure it tastes like swamp water
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby DOC » Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:07 am

Is that Aurellio Vidmar's Piss Ant lager?
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby heater31 » Thu Dec 12, 2019 10:09 am

Lightning McQueen wrote:
LMA wrote:Members day would be good. Big screen outside for a Sunday away game :drinkers:

Just need to find a beer that they make that I can stomach.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby mots02 » Thu Dec 12, 2019 12:10 pm

Booney wrote:THE PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB has announced an increased partnership agreement with Carlton & United Breweries through Pirate Life for 2020.

CUB has been a long-term partner of Port Adelaide and has increased its agreement to become one of the club’s Premier partners.

Port Adelaide Chief Executive Officer Keith Thomas says it has been a fantastic partnership that continues to evolve.

“It is great for the club to continue its association with such a strong recognisable national brand,” Mr Thomas said.

“It has been a long-term connection with CUB - dating back to 2012 - and we are rapt to increase our level of partnership.”

CUB acquired Pirate Life in 2017, and the Pirate Life brand will become a new joint major partner of Port Adelaide’s SANFL side, as well as retaining the naming rights of the Deck at Adelaide Oval for AFL home games.

Thomas says the agreement with Pirate Life provides an exciting opportunity for both organisations.

“Port Adelaide and Pirate Life are very much aligned,” he said.

“Both organisations have a strong community focus, and to partner with another great team from Port Adelaide’s heartland is pretty special.

“We had our 150th anniversary logo launch at the Pirate Life brewery. It was a great day and the fit was just perfect.

“The special edition lager they have created - with the club’s new logo - looks and tastes great. I’m sure the Port Adelaide community is loving it.”

Mr Thomas’ sentiments were echoed by Pirate Life co-founder Jack Cameron.

“We’re super excited to continue to build on an already great relationship with Port Adelaide,” Mr Cameron said.

“Now that we call Port Adelaide home, with our new brewery and hospitality venue, we are looking forward to working with the club to do some great things for not only the footy community but for everyone in Port Adelaide.”

CUB’s regional Sales Director Dany Savage said the partnership made sense.

“We are pumped and very optimistic about our continued partnership with the Port Adelaide Football Club,” he said.

“It makes perfect sense to have Pirate Life play a significant role as a part of the increased partnership given both organisations’ links to the Port Adelaide community.

“As the club approaches its 150th anniversary, we are honoured to be partnering alongside it.”



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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Fri Dec 13, 2019 3:53 pm

On December 13, 1994, the Port Adelaide Football Club was awarded the second AFL sub-licence in South Australia.

Port Adelaide's bid defeated a Norwood-Sturt merger bid and a consortium of Woodville-West Torrens, West Adelaide, North Adelaide and Central Districts Football Clubs.
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Brodlach » Fri Dec 13, 2019 4:37 pm

Booney wrote:On December 13, 1994, the Port Adelaide Football Club was awarded the second AFL sub-licence in South Australia.

Port Adelaide's bid defeated a Norwood-Sturt merger bid and a consortium of Woodville-West Torrens, West Adelaide, North Adelaide and Central Districts Football Clubs.

I thought today was a dark day for some reason ;)
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Re: Port Adelaide 2020

Postby Booney » Fri Dec 13, 2019 5:46 pm

Keith Thomas has advised the club that he will not seek to extend his contract beyond 31 October 2020

Port Adelaide chief executive officer Keith Thomas has advised the club that he will not seek to extend his contract beyond 31 October 2020.

Mr Thomas, who commenced as CEO in August 2011, says the time is right to start to transition out of the role.

“After more than eight years as CEO of this great club, now feels like the absolute perfect time to start the process of bringing in a new CEO to take Port Adelaide forward beyond 2020,” Mr Thomas said.

“I have been in discussion with chairman David Koch for some time and we have both agreed this is the best outcome for me personally and, most importantly, for the football club.

“Well run football clubs like Port Adelaide do not rush into transitions as important as this. Hence why we have given ourselves plenty of time to make this change in a steady, orderly manner.”

Port Adelaide chairman David Koch paid tribute to Mr Thomas.

“All of us at Port Adelaide are custodians of a cultural legacy and our responsibility is to leave the club in a better position than we found it,” Mr Koch said.

“I can say categorically that Keith Thomas has left the Port Adelaide Football Club in a vastly better position than when he started. Keith engendered a spirit of humility, expectation and responsibility that lifted the club greatly.

“Keith proved very quickly after joining the club that he totally understood the Port Adelaide way and he will leave in 2020 as one of our club’s most popular and respected administrators, as measured by not only the Port Adelaide community, but also by the broader AFL industry.”

Since joining Port Adelaide Mr Thomas has overseen a remarkable era of change at Alberton.

At the time of his appointment, Port Adelaide sat equal bottom of the AFL ladder, had only 29,000 members, an average home crowd of 19,000 and was under significant financial pressure.

Fast forward eight years, Port Adelaide has established itself at a worldclass Adelaide Oval, now has more than 58,000 members, an average home attendance of more than 39,000 and has been profitable since 2015, including a major debt repayment to the AFL this year.

During this period, Mr Thomas was also instrumental in Port Adelaide’s – and the AFL’s –bold entry into China and has seen the introduction of a number of industry-leading Aboriginal programs including the AFL’s first AFL Indigenous Academy in 2015, followed by the industry’s first Women’s AFL Indigenous Academy three years later.

From an on-field perspective, Mr Thomas has ensured Port Adelaide has gone from the second lowest football spend in 2011 to a fully funded football program since 2013. During this time, Port Adelaide has competed in three AFL finals series and in three SANFL grand finals.

Mr Thomas says he’s proud of what he has achieved so far but there is still plenty more to accomplish.

“It is such a privilege to serve the Port Adelaide Football Club and I will be forever grateful for the support I have received from the wonderful people of this club.  When you look at how the club has grown since the end of 2011, we certainly have come a long way,” Mr Thomas said.

“But now is not the time for reflection, there’s still so much more to achieve.

“Next year, Port Adelaide’s 150th anniversary, is arguably one of the biggest years in Port Adelaide’s storied history.

“I’m feeling fresh, energised and ready to roll my sleeves up to ensure next year is a great celebration for the Port Adelaide community.”

Mr Koch says Port Adelaide will commence a process in the New Year of canvassing the industry for the best chief executive to take Port Adelaide forward.
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