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Hi all. Been a while. Yze coming home

I spoke to Petracca not long ago actually, he said he was ashamed of himself for not winning the 1972 flag. 

Its official!!! https://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/824053 Oooooozzzeee!!!

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1 minute ago, Chook in Perth said:

Hi all. Been a while.

Yze coming home

Jesus christ Chook where the [censored] have you been? Don't you dare disappear on us again!

Bring more of these zingers please!

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2 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Hi all. Been a while.

Yze coming home

🤪

Sauce?

 

PS - Good to see you back!

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12 minutes ago, Chook in Perth said:

Hi all. Been a while.

Yze coming home

The third poster I've heard that from now. Where there's smoke, there's fire. Welcome home, Adem. ;)

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1 hour ago, Chook in Perth said:

Hi all. Been a while.

Yze coming home

i understand his deal last year with hawks was a three year deal - his hawthorn contract states that he can only leave there if the job is a higher position; that’s why he couldn’t come last year as an assistant

however, i am presuming everything is different in a post-covid world, and contracts aren't worth the paper they're written on

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3 hours ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

i understand his deal last year with hawks was a three year deal - his hawthorn contract states that he can only leave there if the job is a higher position; that’s why he couldn’t come last year as an assistant

however, i am presuming everything is different in a post-covid world, and contracts aren't worth the paper they're written on

All of this poses more questions than answers and Part of it is pure speculation by a D/Ler that has not posted for a long while and lives in the Border bound closet called WA!!!

And then a general comment we all know would be not correct if The Hawks  decided to Enforce their contract with Yze as they have every right to.

Please Any further information Chooka And WWSW not General speculation???
 

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5 hours ago, 58er said:

All of this poses more questions than answers and Part of it is pure speculation by a D/Ler that has not posted for a long while and lives in the Border bound closet called WA!!!

And then a general comment we all know would be not correct if The Hawks  decided to Enforce their contract with Yze as they have every right to.

Please Any further information Chooka And WWSW not General speculation???
 

You do understand this is a supporter forum where we can express hopes, opinions,  preferences,  guesses etc. If you only want facts before the general public knows you will be forever disappointed. 

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19 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

He’s doesn’t post often but when he does jyWUlA4vtHxt85A43e6Yl5Lx41YqykgLWBn-42ez

His mail is rarely ever wrong. The true news breaker of Demonland. 
Sorry Ethan. 

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3 minutes ago, Jaded said:

His mail is rarely ever wrong. The true news breaker of Demonland. 
Sorry Ethan. 

Yes, I rate chook very highly. Can’t help get a bit excited when I see he’s posted, and that’s before I’ve read the content. 

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47 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Chin up Old Dee. Better times ahead- Trump has COVID and Oscar is being traded 

Being glum had little to do with the MFC. But as you list there is still some justice in the world.

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20 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I was told couple of weeks ago that the Club is in advanced discussions with Yze and are being listened to by Leppitsch. 
 

My source said that Yze is very likely and if Leppitsch decides to continue in Footy, it will be with the Dees. 

Heard the same, although I was told Leppitsch is a very good chance. Your intel seems even more feasible though given Leppitsch said he was walking away from footy.

Yze will come on board as senior assistant, contract details being finalized, done in the next week or two. You couldn't pick better strengths from a coaching point of view for our needs.

There's a feeling that Richardson may take over Mahoney's role, but a few things have to fall into place for that. I think it relies a bit on the review and then potentially also what Leppitsch decides, although that's all speculative at this point given the nature of this time of year.

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41 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

I was told couple of weeks ago that the Club is in advanced discussions with Yze and are being listened to by Leppitsch. 
 

My source said that Yze is very likely and if Leppitsch decides to continue in Footy, it will be with the Dees. 

This would be gorgeous.

Yze as forward coach, Leppitsch as defensive coach and Michael Voss as midfield coach. I can dream.

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2 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

This is great news - I wonder what it means for Goodwin. This to me feels like absent a flag, Goodwin may not get extended and this is setting up for the next coach?

Great news, especially Yze.

I'd love to see Rawlings back as well.

Will Goodwin get pushed? If he doesn't (as above) will he listen?

This is great news.

Go Dees

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