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  1. I would expect that the entire playing list (well, all bar one) will be out there at Gosch's Paddock at 9.30am for the first official training session of the summer. Conditions should be perfect for training with clouds early but clearing to a 21 degree maximum. I wish I could make it out there but at that time, unfortunately and in the words of A B Paterson: "I am sitting in my dingy little office, where a stingy Ray of sunlight struggles feebly down between the houses tall ..." Looking forward to reports from those who can make it out there.
  2. ????????????????????????? Now I am not even in Melbourne (?Lembeh Island?) and it isn't even dawn yet but I am hoping that I can read some comprehensive reports on the boys' progress from Saty and others during the course of the day. Just making it easy for everybody by starting the post! ? ?????????????????????????
  3. According to the club website there are two more training sessions to go before the end of year break up and both are at Gosch's Paddock, the first tomorrow and then the break-up on Friday. Please let's not stray from the topic and in particular, no derailing as we've seen with the last two training threads. Reports are most welcome. Thank you.
  4. I have a mandatory annual leave day off tomorrow so I intend to ride my bike down to training at 9.30 am. Warning: I will be wearing some Lycra and due to injury I am carrying some extra weight but I will try to keep a low profile. My first visit under the new regime so I am hoping to see a difference. I have complained before about a lack of urgency and regimen at training last year but that was maybe because I was ducking out from work nearby and had limited time. But I still think training should be very regimented. Let's see how they go tomorrow
  5. If you were thinking of heading out Casey way for tomorrow's training DON'T! The MFC has tweeted:
  6. I plan to head down to my first session in a very long time. If it says 9:30, can I expect a 9:30 start? Any suggestions where to park? Thanks again and look forward to updating you if I get down.
  7. I'm in town and going along to tomorrow's session. Look forward to seeing the boys getting stuck into it.
  8. Thought I would start a thread early for tomorrow's training but please also feel free to report on yesterday's training which missed its own dedicated thread due to our server issues. Anyone go?
  9. The signs are that tomorrow looms as a massive day in the modern history of the Melbourne Football Club with a major announcement of club interest to be made at 8.45am followed by Paul Roos' first training session with the entire current list (minus any injured/rehab players). The information seeping through suggests that the announcement will be about a major sponsorship deal with automotive group AHG (see separate thread). The club website is still telling us that the next training session is on Friday 15 November 2013 at 9.30am at Gosch's Paddock but I think it's a safe bet that it will be on tomorrow at the same time and same place as all of Melbourne's recent training ie at 9:30 am at the Paddock. The encouraging news is that many of the older, more experienced players have been seen on a regular basis doing their training at AAMI Park. These days we expect our professional athletes to present themselves in top shape at the start of preseason training. Adam Goodes made it very clear last week that he and the Swans expect Buddy Franklin (and indeed, all players) to return fit and ready to get stuck into things when they assemble for their preseason. This hasn't always been the case at Melbourne and it was disappointing to hear at a meeting for supporters at the end of Mark Neeld's first year how disappointed he was at the lack of fitness of many of the players when they returned for the first sessions in early November. It's clear now that there were some players who, as a result, were never going to establish a healthy relationship with the coach and vice versa. We've paid enormously for this as a club. Hopefully, the lessons of the past two years have been learned and the senior group are red hot to get stuck into the 2014 campaign.
  10. I assume that training is on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and that it continues on Monday (unless there's an armistice on Armistice Day). Anyone know if it is on and what's the time and place?
  11. Gosch's Paddock @ 9.30am as per usual. I'm looking forward to hearing some more reports from those who can make it down. I'd go myself but I still have school to finish up.
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