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Adem Yze - Assistant Coach?

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33 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

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

Along with “Chuckles” Connolly and “Whiteboard” Schwabby, both Dees old boys. 

 

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14 minutes ago, Unleash Hell said:

Boom tish

Some contacts would be appropriate. 

I personally don't follow American traditions

Wrong - it has it’s origin in a Celtic harvest festival dating back 2000 years.

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1 hour 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.

 

Who’s ur source Lord? How do we know it’s correct information ?????

 

 

 

Ha ha ha Only joking would be good to get him back to the club. 

Thanks for sharing the info. 

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Would absolutely love this to happen!

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14 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Wrong - it has it’s origin in a Celtic harvest festival dating back 2000 years.

That's super

Good chat

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Tried to write Yze but my spell check said YES!

That settles it. 

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Yze first started at the Hawks as goal kicking coach and worked his way up to his current role which is head of match day strategy and opposition. Regardless of who he played for, Yze is exactly what we need, the Hawks are coached extremely well. 

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He was always super competitive and has been working in a winning culture, so it's a big YES from me.

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Would be a massive upgrade on anything remotely resembling a forwards/strategy/specialist assistant we’ve had in eons. 

I would love it to happen but skepticism is tempering my expectations. 

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8 hours ago, deegirl said:

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. 

Don't let your bias get in the way of a good coach, the hawks are regarded as the best team to work out the game plan of great sides and beat them, examples coming top 4 last year with a  ordinary list and also beating West Coast at their own home, West Coast  are at the top of the game at the moment. Adam was one of the best kicks ever to play the game,  his kicking into the forward 50  was first class. He started at the hawks as a kicking coach, they have been the best  kicking team in the time he has been there, When he first started there I thought what a great idea hiring a great kick to teach players how to kick, he has done a great job at that, so he has all the coaching  expertise we need kicking and hitting targets up forward, also he will be taking Jennings old job, our game plan fell apart this year.

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7 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Yze first started at the Hawks as goal kicking coach and worked his way up to his current role which is head of match day strategy and opposition. Regardless of who he played for, Yze is exactly what we need, the Hawks are coached extremely well. 

They have the best kicking skills in the AFL.  A big 'Yes' from me.

If he is to be Strategy Coach, I hope he can do the goal kicking coach thing on the side.  He also had a beautiful kick going i50. 

In fact, he could teach the likes of Oliver, Harmes, Viney, Hunt, Brayshaw a thing or two about kicking.  Yze was blessed with natural balance which can't really be learnt.  But I'm a firm believer that poise and composure can be learnt.  From that comes better decision making.

None of them will kick like Yze but imagine if even half of those guys improved their i50 kicking skills by even 50%.

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Not directly related to this thread: 

I hope Goodwin is having a big say in who the new coaches are.  It seems he made 'captain calls' on the current coaching panel.  I just hope we don't go too far the other way. 

Sign off on appointments is required by higher ups but he needs to be 100% sure he can work with them and he can deliver a united and cohesive coaching panel.

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Yze, nah, yze, nah ,yze!

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52 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

They have the best kicking skills in the AFL.

They really don't anymore...they did, but not now.

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11 hours 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. 

you mean like when Lyon, Stynes hired Neeld and Craig?

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As an aside, I used to work with Yze’s niece. Lovely person.

She was a huge Demons fan and said that her entire family loves the club - I believe this extended to her uncle Adem.

Get this done.

 

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No one would play better for us than Oooze when he was within 2 weeks of contract renewal.

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11 hours ago, Demon Disciple said:

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

Lyon was around for 5 minutes while Jimmy was sick. Don't distort the truth. 

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1 hour ago, Ron Burgundy said:

As an aside, I used to work with Yze’s niece. Lovely person.

She was a huge Demons fan and said that her entire family loves the club - I believe this extended to her uncle Adem.

Get this done.

 

Shame Adem's children are avid Hawks fans

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12 hours 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. 

The fact that Yze is at Hawthon learning the craft under Clarkson excites me more than the fact that he is a Melbourne man.

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3 hours ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

They have the best kicking skills in the AFL.  A big 'Yes' from me.

If he is to be Strategy Coach, I hope he can do the goal kicking coach thing on the side.  He also had a beautiful kick going i50. 

In fact, he could teach the likes of Oliver, Harmes, Viney, Hunt, Brayshaw a thing or two about kicking.  Yze was blessed with natural balance which can't really be learnt.  But I'm a firm believer that poise and composure can be learnt.  From that comes better decision making.

None of them will kick like Yze but imagine if even half of those guys improved their i50 kicking skills by even 50%.

There was an article floating around which I read a while ago. It was about Yze’s time as Hawthorn’s goal kicking coach and how we had 5 or 6 different types of kicks. Many of the players spoke highly of Yze and how he turned their kicking around to make them much better kicks. 

Getting him is a must. 

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Just wonder what Yze would think about it. Apart from Jackson the MFC administration has been very poor. Yze would know ofcourse.

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13 hours 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.

When did Sam McClure talk about this? Stuie posted about this in his Facebook Group but no link was provided.

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