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Nothing in it apparently, but thought folks would like to know.

The last thing we need is for our coach to be on the Injury List, so hopefully he is ok and in the box on Sunday.

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Hope Goody is ok as we don't need any more mishaps. It hasn't been a smooth year for him.  On the lighter side watching  us  kicking poorly for goal would make anyone of us dizzy.

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Can't believe our medical team deemed Goody fit for this weeks press conference.

#SackMisson

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even our coach can't get through a presser!  don'y give your cold to the players Goody!!

I wonder who takes over the box if Goody cactus?

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Who knows if its nothing more than what most of us will experience.

 

All I would say is that the pressure on him must be immense.  He would have strolled into this season like Bill Shorten approached the election....and then whack.

 

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1 hour ago, Demon Jack said:

Can't believe our medical team deemed Goody fit for this weeks press conference.

#SackMisson

Maybe, like Viney, he made the call himself. I fully expect a subsequent media release which says he's fine followed by a 4-6 week period where there is no information but he's missing in action. I actually find it somewhat amusing that after Goodwin left feeling ill the last comments came from a Chaplain. (Yeah, I know, different spelling.)

In the meantime, get well Goody.

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1 hour ago, Demon Jack said:

Can't believe our medical team deemed Goody fit for this weeks press conference.

#SackMisson

This has Gary Pert's grubby fingers all over it. 

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19 minutes ago, TGR said:

Who knows if its nothing more than what most of us will experience.

 

All I would say is that the pressure on him must be immense.  He would have strolled into this season like Bill Shorten approached the election....and then whack.

 

Was thinking the same thing. So much pressure on a coach anyway. Let alone a young one who’s side lost form and players faster than any I can remember. On top of which that side needs its members like few others for financial survival. 

 I just hope the club is taking care of him and ensuring  he has enough support and gets enough time out. 

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3 hours ago, Demon Jack said:

Can't believe our medical team deemed Goody fit for this weeks press conference.

#SackMisson

at least misson played the reserve and didn't send goody back out 😎

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3 hours ago, Demon Jack said:

Can't believe our medical team deemed Goody fit for this weeks press conference.

#SackMisson

And Chaplin had to step in. Our depth is really being tested.

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3 hours ago, DubDee said:

even our coach can't get through a presser!  don'y give your cold to the players Goody!!

I wonder who takes over the box if Goody cactus?

Hopefully not Chaplin.

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I got some inside mail from the club: apparently it was a selection headache.

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Just now, chook fowler said:

I believe he had finally just watched the replay of the prelim.

Very good chook!

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3 hours ago, TGR said:

Who knows if its nothing more than what most of us will experience.

 

All I would say is that the pressure on him must be immense.  He would have strolled into this season like Bill Shorten approached the election....and then whack.

 

I doubt that very much, he would of known that with so many players having operations post season and the amount of training they missed that it was going to be a difficult year.

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25 minutes ago, drysdale demon said:

I doubt that very much, he would of known that with so many players having operations post season and the amount of training they missed that it was going to be a difficult year.

I expect so.  He was hardly likely to announce his concerns publicly.  

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5 hours ago, nosoupforme said:

Hope Goody is ok as we don't need any more mishaps. It hasn't been a smooth year for him.  On the lighter side watching  us  kicking poorly for goal would make anyone of us dizzy.

That's It...   'nsoup',   you've nailed it...      there is a  'bug' getting about this lot so far in 2019...  they're all a bit dizzy.   That's why they haven't been able to kick.  

... must be the dreaded   'bharrNdore'  deesease.

 

Quick get 'em all tested,  before its too late.     IT sounds like Goody's catchinette.

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Just seen the footage on 360. Was weird. Looked like he was overwhelmed and his voice started to go a few times. Hope it is just stress or low BP and nothing serious. 

Rest up Goody. 

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Oh great, JKH is back. That'll help us. 😜

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1 minute ago, TheoX said:

Oh great, JKH is back. That'll help us. 😜

I actually think he would have been handy the last few weeks.

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All jokes aside, that was pretty disturbing to watch 😕

Get well soon, Goody

 

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Wasn't a good look, almost like he was about to break down. Hope he is ok.

Rest up Goody.

 

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Not good. Obviously the pressure is on. More than we know

Could be a huge effort this week

get well Goody

Sleep is needed...

Recharge

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