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5 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

Thanks.

Below is the club's staffing under 'List Management'.  Your description and the second part of the Lamb role, below, sounds a like the admin side of list management.

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I was looking for the person in the more traditional role of 'List Manager' (if it isn't Viney as @Lord Nevhas suggested) that has primary responsibility for setting the medium and long term strategy/needs for the list, against which trades and draft are evaluated.

 

1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

I did see the person's name somewhere a few days ago, Peter someone, can't recall the surname.

Yes it was Todd Patterson  as mentioned in the article I saw. Disregard my earlier post [ I knew there was a P in it}

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1 minute ago, drysdale demon said:

 

Yes it was Todd Patterson  as mentioned in the article I saw. Disregard my earlier post [ I knew there was a P in it}

I think he is the AFLW side.

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4 minutes ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

I think he is the AFLW side.

Just saw that. Perhaps I should have taken more notice.It was someone that I have never heard of.

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I blame Todd for me not winning Powerball later tonight.

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7 hours ago, stevethemanjordan said:

I find it extremely difficult to believe that Viney and Rawlings leaving on their 'own terms' is just coincidence given the season we've had. 

Exhibit A: How Conspiracy Theories work.

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5 hours ago, mauriesy said:

It couldn't possibly be that after nine years Todd has had enough in the job and football, and wants a complete tree change.

No, we have to conflate it with Rawlings leaving at the same time, up the ante on the conspiracy theories, speculate about rifts in the management and coaching panel, and even blame Todd for the state of the club.

Typical Demons supporters. It's not even a veil of negativity now, it's a full-on burkha.

just go back to manchester and sing "hand in glove" or "panic" Morrisey....

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5 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Exhibit A: How Conspiracy Theories work.

Scratch the surfice.

There's a whole new world of understanding out there. 

 

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5 hours ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

Who has been our List Manager this year?

Made a couple of phone calls and got told Todd Viney was definitely head of list management this year.   [ I don't know what I was reading the other day then ]

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3 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

You just don’t see the big picture do you...

It frightens you. 

2019 was a complete F$&@ up and significant change must occur. 

More will be happening, so put your seat belt on and take your medication 

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Toddy Viney....great player.

Toddy Viney at MFC subsequent. ..? ?

Toddy Viney...great player...not sure he really  accomplished much whilst here .

Great player...yep

Good luck....

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