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8 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

Hard as what? From behind a nickname and keyboard, please, just doesn't like being questioned or made fun of   tough guy indeed

Got any questions Satyr

Put them out there...

i am relaying information from a Source

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1 hour ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I am not interested in hyperbole. I asked my source some direct questions

”What is the relationship between Richo and Goodwin like?

the Answer i got

”Goodwin has been told he is on borrowed time unless things change...”

 

Can I ask, since Richo has just come to the club, what sort of relationship would have developed yet ?

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1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

I would be amazed that someone inside the inner circle at the club would provide that info to another person to allow them to blab it out over the internet.I say inner circle because they would be the only ones that would if this was the case.

But you are always so full of the only answers Dry as

But when questioned you actually say nothing....

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3 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Nothing more impressive than grown men throwing insults on the internet at people they don't know.

 

It's fun, Stuie.  You should try it somet.... oh, yeah.

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Just now, loges said:

Can I ask, since Richo has just come to the club, what sort of relationship would have developed yet ?

That’s what we need to find out as quick as possible. If it was Goodwin’s idea to bring him on board, fine. 

If not it could be Rocky, but all the assistants are walking...

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Ty for efforts Mr Rawlings & GL with the Roos.  Welcome back...

 

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Just now, Sir Why You Little said:

But you are always so full of the only answers Dry as

But when questioned you actually say nothing....

Because I never blab about what conversations I have with contacts within the club. And I say it again I would expect if someone gave you that info it should be kept to yourself. 

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1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

Because I never blab about what conversations I have with contacts within the club. And I say it again I would expect if someone gave you that info it should be kept to yourself. 

What is so secretive about what i have said?

my Source told me “be ready for big changes” and “Goodwin has been told” So he dam should  those Supporter Videos after each game were an insult

nothing Secretive about any of that

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1 minute ago, Sir Why You Little said:

What is so secretive about what i have said?

my Source told me “be ready for big changes” and “Goodwin has been told” So he dam should  those Supporter Videos after each game were an insult

nothing Secretive about any of that

I can understand about ready for change, any fool could work that out, but for an insider within the club letting out that Goodwin has been told can and would cause trouble but if you cannot see that you have a problem.What the hell have those videos after the game got to do with the way the team plays.

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1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

I can understand about ready for change, any fool could work that out, but for an insider within the club letting out that Goodwin has been told can and would cause trouble but if you cannot see that you have a problem.What the hell have those videos after the game got to do with the way the team plays.

I am glad the Board have made their feelings known towards the Coach. That is their Charter. We pay for that. 

Goodwin was Rubbish this year, and he gets a number of months to sort that out. Do it and his career can survive. 

I have been given many pieces of MFC info over the years, where i have said nothing and that will continue, but i have no problem with todays snippets 

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7 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Here's your source WYL, sprung in the changrooms 

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Hey, 13 is a fine man

No problem with him at all

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get adam yze and jordan lewis on the coaching staff and we won't be noticing his loss. 

hopefully all ten of the North fans will appreciate what Rawlings will bring to them. all the best jade :)

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4 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I am glad the Board have made their feelings known towards the Coach. That is their Charter. We pay for that. 

Goodwin was Rubbish this year, and he gets a number of months to sort that out. Do it and his career can survive. 

I have been given many pieces of MFC info over the years, where i have said nothing and that will continue, but i have no problem with todays snippets 

You are missing the point, if the board has had the discussion with Goodwin it needs to stay inhouse not blabbed all over the internet. if the board is leaking all we are doing is going backwards when the club was run by the types as Glenn Archer so aptly refers to as linament sniffers who pee in their pants at the first sign that their plan is facing difficulty.

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1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

You are missing the point, if the board has had the discussion with Goodwin it needs to stay inhouse not blabbed all over the internet. if the board is leaking all we are doing is going backwards when the club was run by the types as Glenn Archer so aptly refers to as linament sniffers who pee in their pants at the first sign that their plan is facing difficulty.

No. This year we went backwards, now is the time to sweep the Decks, open the windows and let the fresh air in. 

Goodwin is on top $$ he has to make himself accountable. I have not mentioned any names. Merely that the Board are doing their job and the FD are on serious notice. 

 

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1 minute ago, Sir Why You Little said:

No. This year we went backwards, now is the time to sweep the Decks, open the windows and let the fresh air in. 

Goodwin is on top $$ he has to make himself accountable. I have not mentioned any names. Merely that the Board are doing their job and the FD are on serious notice. 

 

You can have the last word tonite, I have a big day at the Salvo's tomorrow and I need my beauty sleep.

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The people in charge currently, post Roos/Goodwin have done nothing to earn our total and abiding loyalty.

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I am sorry to see Jade leave if it is true.  l would have thought he would  have stay around until maybe he gets a chance to coach his own Afl team on his own merits when the chance had come.

 He had his chance l suppose before Goodwin was given the nod however he stuck it out with us and got on with his job. A true professional a good guy and respected by his peers. 

Lost a good person and  am sad to see him go.

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3 minutes ago, drysdale demon said:

You can have the last word tonite, I have a big day at the Salvo's tomorrow and I need my beauty sleep.

Wow Huge day...

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Thanks for your service Jade IMO been good during his time.

Would  have liked him to stay on, but if he's gone to the club and asked to be released due to an offer from Brady he wishes to pursue than you'd be hard pressed to say no

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3 hours ago, Demon Disciple said:

Very strange indeed. The boards fate is directly tied to Goodwin's now. Getting rid of all of his assistants, yet if he turns out to be the culprit, what a waste of 2 years and resources it will have been.

2 years? Getting rid of Goodwin will make the Roos years redundant and therefore a waste. It's much more than 2 years. 

That's why a number of us refuse to believe that Goodwin is the problem.

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29 minutes ago, drysdale demon said:

You are missing the point, if the board has had the discussion with Goodwin it needs to stay inhouse not blabbed all over the internet. if the board is leaking all we are doing is going backwards when the club was run by the types as Glenn Archer so aptly refers to as linament sniffers who pee in their pants at the first sign that their plan is facing difficulty.

Exactly. That's why it's bs.

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4 hours ago, Earl Hood said:

Richardson coming in may have precipitated this move. Rawlings becomes 2IC to Shaw so it is a step up I think from what he would be doing at Melbourne. 

Yes. After 8 years with us across almost every role available, he was always going to be looking to step up. Failing a senior coach appointment, senior assistant is a good move for him. 

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