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10 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Pert gets this Summer to sort out this mess. I will judge him next year

And how are you judging PJ and Roos right now who left him with this s@$t sandwich. And PJ left him with a $2mill revenue hole by pulling out of pokies and not replacing the revenue. But I suppose you think that’s Pert’s fault as well  

 

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And how are you judging PJ and Roos right now who left him with this s@$t sandwich. And PJ left him with a $2mill revenue hole by pulling out of pokies and not replacing the revenue. 

 

Not quite sure PJ left him with anything. 

From my understanding he had nothing to do with the decision about Pert.

 

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6 minutes ago, It's Time said:

And how are you judging PJ and Roos right now who left him with this s@$t sandwich. And PJ left him with a $2mill revenue hole by pulling out of pokies and not replacing the revenue. But I suppose you think that’s Pert’s fault as well  

 

I don’t blame Pert at all...

this is far more Football Department problems at this Point. But as CEO he now has to go flat out to get it sorted

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10 hours ago, Sigil said:

Not quite sure PJ left him with anything. 

From my understanding he had nothing to do with the decision about Pert.

 

He didn't. Had he though we'd  probably  have Mahoney.

Damned  either way perhaps 

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Current football department issues aren't Pert's fault.

The club's response in the coming months are for what he should be judged.

 

New Balanced signed on for three more years; he's had a good week.

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1 minute ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

Current football department issues aren't Pert's fault.

The club's response in the coming months are for what he should be judged.

 

New Balanced signed on for three more years; he's had a good week.

I would thought the credit there lies with the Marketing Dept TPF.

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3 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

Current football department issues aren't Pert's fault.*****

The club's response in the coming months are for what he should be judged.

 

New Balanced signed on for three more years; he's had a good week.

**** one fault clearly is 🤔🤔🤔

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22 minutes ago, Sorry kids said:

I would thought the credit there lies with the Marketing Dept TPF.

Whose "Head Of" responds to the CEO. 

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16 minutes ago, praha said:

Whose "Head Of" responds to the CEO. 

Irrelevant. Marketing Dept  gets paid big bucks and does the sell. 

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1 minute ago, Sorry kids said:

Irrelevant. Marketing Dept  gets paid big bucks and does the sell. 

you clearly don't understand how corporate negotiations work

the marketing dept certainly does not sign off major partnerships

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1 minute ago, Sorry kids said:

Irrelevant. Marketing Dept  gets paid big bucks and does the sell. 

Still goes through the CEO...

Pert comes under heat from now on...

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41 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

anyone blaming pert for our current maladies needs their head read

I'm surprised no-one has potted the receptionist yet

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5 minutes ago, Sorry kids said:

Irrelevant. Marketing Dept  gets paid big bucks and does the sell. 

It's not irrelevant. They report to the CEO. They're paid the big bucks to do a job, which is held to account by the CEO. The higher the pay grade, the fewer the number of people above you.

CEO is held to account by the board. The board by members/stakeholders.

This is how organizations work. If the marketing department doesn't deliver, the CEO asks why, and the board asks why of the CEO. The board isn't going to the marketing team to see why a sponsor wasn't signed.

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2 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

you clearly don't understand how corporate negotiations work

the marketing dept certainly does not sign off major partnerships

Actually I do a family member was Marketing Manager at a successful AFL Club for 20 years. He was responsible for attracting what is the longest running sponsorship in the league. His job, his initiative brought the sponsor in, he was rewarded and still is acknowledged for it. Not the long forgotten CEO of the time.

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1 minute ago, Sorry kids said:

Actually I do a family member was Marketing Manager at a successful AFL Club for 20 years. He was responsible for attracting what is the longest running sponsorship in the league. His job, his initiative brought the sponsor in, he was rewarded and still is acknowledged for it. Not the long forgotten CEO of the time.

one instance from over 20 years ago; that's gotta be sydney with qbe, i presume?

i worked at a club where a sponsor was brought in by the media department

these are the exceptions, not the rule

the likes of media and marketing depts have little to do with corporate negotiations as rule

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1 hour ago, Clintosaurus said:

I'm surprised no-one has potted the receptionist yet

She's been known to misspell words. I'd put her on a front loaded contract.

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1 hour ago, Clintosaurus said:

I'm surprised no-one has potted the receptionist yet

Well she did miss that sitter!

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Surely we are due for a crisis meeting. Surely after last night.

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Listened to Pert on the Inside Melbourne podcast and he come across as pragmatic and assured. Despite the disaster that 2019 has been our club has managed the fall out well and looks to have a clear plan for turning things around in the off season.this goes for Goody as well who is clearly under alot of pressure but working hard to turn things around. I certainly think we are capable of turning 2020 into a successful year if the players/coaches/admin all do their bit and supporters get along to games. 

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2 hours ago, Clintosaurus said:

I'm surprised no-one has potted the receptionist yet

Unfortunate choice of phrase.

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My biggest issue with Pert is that he keeps Chaplin in the job. 

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4 hours ago, Sorry kids said:

I would thought the credit there lies with the Marketing Dept TPF.

And if we lost New Balance?  Where would your blame lie..?

Marketing and sponsorship is a significant element of Pert’s role.

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3 hours ago, olisik said:

My biggest issue with Pert is that he keeps Chaplin in the job. 

Wouldn't that be Mahoney's responsibility as GM of football?

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