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Just got official word that Mark Ricciuto has joined the coaching panel.

Welcome aboard Roo.

Now this is the kind of guy I want teaching our midfield!

bring on 2009

surely banned forever this time if this is a lie

PS Aaron Davey 'absolute lock in' to be traded for pick 4 to Port

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Just got official word that Mark Ricciuto has joined the coaching panel.

Welcome aboard Roo.

Now this is the kind of guy I want teaching our midfield!

bring on 2009

Well over at demonology they heard on SEN that Mick McGuane is the one, have you got it wrong again?

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Mick McGuane doesn't = champion player though.

If it is McGuane, it's hardly worth dancing in the streets..............a big name like Buckley, Roo or Hird would be though!

Buckley.........how good would that be........could he teach our young blokes a thing or two!

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Would be stoked if it was Roo, a real AFL champion who embodies everything I'd like to see in our players and also knows a thing or two about winning premierships.

Buckley would also be an excellent choice, except you know he's out the door the second Malthouse leaves Lexus Centre.

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More on the announcement read MFC in Casey.

I have to get you to read it as I dont know how to quote it.

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surely banned forever this time if this is a lie

PS Aaron Davey 'absolute lock in' to be traded for pick 4 to Port

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No Schtacker Bad Schtacker!

How many times!

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Well over at demonology they heard on SEN that Mick McGuane is the one, have you got it wrong again?

If this is true & Mick McGuane is now on our coaching staff I have lost total faith in our club.

I watched this bloke @ close range coach Balwyn Tigers last year & he is nothing more than a

confusing,crazed, ranting, phsyco. The young blokes couldn't understand a word he screamed all year.

Shown the door after one year. I don't care what local team he coached to a flag in 2008, him NOT being @ Balwyn

in 2008 was a major contributing factor in them winning the EFL division one flag.

Pray this isn't true!

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Yep, Buckley could teach how to get outside possessions, and how to demand your team-mate give the ball to you.

One of the greatest receivers I ever saw.

Far be it from me to defend a player from Collingwood, however I consider your opinions on Buckley as a player to be just a little off the mark.

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If this is true & Mick McGuane is now on our coaching staff I have lost total faith in our club.

I watched this bloke @ close range coach Balwyn Tigers last year & he is nothing more than a

confusing,crazed, ranting, phsyco. The young blokes couldn't understand a word he screamed all year.

Shown the door after one year. I don't care what local team he coached to a flag in 2008, him NOT being @ Balwyn

in 2008 was a major contributing factor in them winning the EFL division one flag.

Pray this isn't true!

The source on 'ology is wheres_jacka. Anyone who knows Demonology knows he is the biggest bullshit artist on the internet. He makes Yze_Magic look like Nostradamus.

If wheres_jacka said it's true, you can bet your house that it isn't.

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The source on 'ology is wheres_jacka. Anyone who knows Demonology knows he is the biggest [censored] artist on the internet. He makes Yze_Magic look like Nostradamus.

If wheres_jacka said it's true, you can bet your house that it isn't.

Thanks for some perspective Nasher, because if that news was on the money I was shattered.

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If this is true & Mick McGuane is now on our coaching staff I have lost total faith in our club.

I watched this bloke @ close range coach Balwyn Tigers last year & he is nothing more than a

confusing,crazed, ranting, phsyco. The young blokes couldn't understand a word he screamed all year.

Shown the door after one year. I don't care what local team he coached to a flag in 2008, him NOT being @ Balwyn

in 2008 was a major contributing factor in them winning the EFL division one flag.

Pray this isn't true!

Is the same McGuane who then coached the Balwyn Tigers seniors team in the Eastern Football League Division 1 in 2007. He came to the club at a tough time as they move into the highly rated EFL competition 1st Division. McGuane's coaching saw Balwyn into the finals in their first year in the competition (looked up on the internet) He has a good record maybe he got the young players to take their nappies off and with a lot of big recruiting is the reason they improved......

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Is the same McGuane who then coached the Balwyn Tigers seniors team in the Eastern Football League Division 1 in 2007. He came to the club at a tough time as they move into the highly rated EFL competition 1st Division. McGuane's coaching saw Balwyn into the finals in their first year in the competition (looked up on the internet) He has a good record maybe he got the young players to take their nappies off and with a lot of big recruiting is the reason they improved......

I dont give a flying F--k what you looked up on the internet.

I listened to most Pre-game , 1/4 time & 3/4 time speeches & the bloke was a raving lunatic.

If he lands @ The Demons we are seriously doomed.

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Is the same McGuane who then coached the Balwyn Tigers seniors team in the Eastern Football League Division 1 in 2007. He came to the club at a tough time as they move into the highly rated EFL competition 1st Division. McGuane's coaching saw Balwyn into the finals in their first year in the competition (looked up on the internet) He has a good record maybe he got the young players to take their nappies off and with a lot of big recruiting is the reason they improved......

I think the amount of $$$$ thorwn about had more to do with the transition.

As someone who has had contact with people who have been in McGuane's orbit he would be the last person on earth you would want around a young developing list. Unless you wanted to instill a culture of heavy drinking and gambling that is.

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The source on 'ology is wheres_jacka. Anyone who knows Demonology knows he is the biggest [censored] artist on the internet. He makes Yze_Magic look like Nostradamus.

If wheres_jacka said it's true, you can bet your house that it isn't.

I have to confess, this made me laugh pretty hard. A simple :lol: won't do.

good stuff nash

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No Schtacker Bad Schtacker!

How many times!

hahahah yeah mate sorry stepped right into again huh!?

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SEN have just announced that they believe it will be Scott West

Well I hope you are not another [censored] artist!

PS Yze Magic is the picasso of [censored]

sorry diablo :D

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Surely it would have to be ruck coach as it is the only coaching position we need to fill, no?

And if its touted as a "true champion of the game" ruckman then we can sort of compile a rough list...

Shaun Rhen?

Corey McKernan?

Paul Salmon?

after writing out a long list of retired players that are no chance, I think it'll have to be Luke Darcy.

He's very well spoken, seems insightful when doing tv commentary, I understand he has held a position with the AIS (i think)

I'd be excited to have him, would definitely be a worthwhile candidate.

AND i recall reading an article saying that nearing the end of the season Jamar was insecure about his spot in the side & had heard Darcy compliment him during a match replay.

Jamar subsequently got in contact with Darc & met up with him a few times to get help on furthering his career.

I know that is meaningless, but it at least shows Darcy already has a relationship with our main ruckman.

Having said all of that, Scotty West would be great, but just doesn't seem to make sense at this stage.

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But my bet is that is HAS to be a ruck coach..

Matthew Primus ?

Matthew Allan ?

Peter Everitt?

But its Darcy for mine. Lock it in Eddie.

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i think if the club was able to get another more experienced midfield coach, Mark Williams will happily step back into his former role... would be great if it's true and we get scott west...

I doubt we'd announce a press confrence to welcome a ruckman to our coaching staff, where ruck coaches are usually part time...

and even if it is a ruck coach, no way Luke Darcy... he's doing way to well with channel 10 to head for a coaching career at this stage...

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wheres_jacka is a complete fraud. makes stuff up in a vain attempt to draw attention to himself because he has no life. true.

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