This is a ludicrous statement.
The coach has a responsibility to teach his players the required elements to improve their skills in order to execute a game plan.
If the players don’t possess those skills, then the game plan will not work.
Dont tell me the players are able to execute the required skills at training and simply can’t do it on game day. That’s BS. If they can’t do it under the pressure of a game, then they can’t do it, it’s that simple.
There is of course the real possibility we have brought in players with poor skills and that seems to be the case. But this is the clubs fault, overseen by the coach.
While I agree Goodwin can’t kick or handball the ball for them, he is responsible for the implementation of a game plan that works and in turn teaching the players the required skills to be successful under the pressure of AFL football.
edit - I will add Saty, that I do agree the players do need to take some responsibility here. I don’t COMPLETELY disagree with you.