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Word is starting to get out now about the Dees chasing Yze, I think to replace Jennings' role in strategy though not 100% sure.

Sam McClure has mentioned it now on SEN, possibly because Hawthorn's year is done and moves can be made.

Very highly rated and has risen through the ranks quite quickly. Would be a fantastic get should it happen.

 

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Word is starting to get out now about the Dees chasing Yze, I think to replace Jennings' role in strategy though not 100% sure.

Sam McClure has mentioned it now on SEN, possibly because Hawthorn's year is done and moves can be made.

Very highly rated and has risen through the ranks quite quickly. Would be a fantastic get should it happen.

 

Let’s hope so , we could also use him for kicking drills at training 

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AH YESSSSSSSSSSSSS THE SECRET OF THE OOOOOOOOZZZZZEE!

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I never considered that Yze would be a good coach for some reason - maybe because I just thought his playing success was based purely on talent.  But his experience under Clarko would be invaluable  and it would be great to see him return home.

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Unequivocal yes. A Demon with a lot of experience in the Hawthorn system and someone who understands the value of skills. 

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17 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

yes from me...we need a Melbourne person back in our ranks. Would love Yze. 

I don't care where he's from, so long as he can coach.

I haven't noticed a lot of Hawthorn people in their FD and it hasn't hurt them.

The idea of needing a Melbourne person is a croc...

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2 minutes ago, rjay said:

I don't care where he's from, so long as he can coach.

I haven't noticed a lot of Hawthorn people in their FD and it hasn't hurt them.

The idea of needing a Melbourne person is a croc...

Hawthorn had Derm and Dunstall running the place when Clarko came on board. That is what distinguishes them. We have barely any Melbourne people involved with the club anymore. Helps with the connection to the club. 

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37 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Word is starting to get out now about the Dees chasing Yze, I think to replace Jennings' role in strategy though not 100% sure.

Sam McClure has mentioned it now on SEN, possibly because Hawthorn's year is done and moves can be made.

Very highly rated and has risen through the ranks quite quickly. Would be a fantastic get should it happen.

 

It arouses me to read this but didn't Hawthorn recently promote Yze into a strategy role? 

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1 minute ago, chookrat said:

It arouses me to read this but didn't Hawthorn recently promote Yze into a strategy role? 

I think it was at the end of last season, but not 100% sure. He's been there for 6-7 years and worked his way up.

It's not all locked in yet, but we're pushing apparently.

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Make it happen, we need some HFC IP input into next years game plan. 

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Contracts end at 31st of October?

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This would be an epic result.

The mids and the forwards would learn a lot from the Ooze - he was a great ball user, had super skills, and always seemed to have heaps of time. Would love to see him back at the Dees.

 

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I reckon the Clarkson footy coach factory is tracking better than the Malthouse one. 

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2 minutes ago, Unleash Hell said:

Contracts end at 31st of October?

Not sure when the actual contracts end, but there's a stipulation that assistants need to be told whether they're being renewed etc in early August. Would think the Hawks would want to keep him, and they were still in the finals hunt then, so they all might have kept their powder dry a bit.

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The ideal candidate to help all our one sided players with their deficiencies....oh wait.

 

You're all going to @ me but I was never a fan.  No right foot, selfish, and worst of all, he wore a glove 😂

 

But you can't be an assistant to Clarkson without learning a ton.  Should Yze be hired I'd be happy to be proven wrong. 

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How come it takes so long for old players to read the "tea leaves" about the Club that rears them

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26 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

Hawthorn had Derm and Dunstall running the place when Clarko came on board. That is what distinguishes them. We have barely any Melbourne people involved with the club anymore. Helps with the connection to the club. 

Not true, we had Stynes and Lyon around when we appointed Neeld.

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I like the idea of targeting coaches with Clarkson IP. The fact he was one of my favourites is just an added bonus.

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17 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Trick or Treat?

Boom tish

Some contacts would be appropriate. 

I personally don't follow American traditions

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