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If they were running a conventional shortlisting process you'd bank him in for the last 3 suitors no doubt. It would be ideal to get Adem for at least one more year but it seems inevitable that he will be a senior coach at some stage.

Would hate to lose Yze and Chocco in the same year though.. 

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21 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Yes to lose Yze would be a huge loss.
Wish him good luck … but hoping he doesn’t get it !! 🤔

If we’re a strong organisation, we take pride in developing elite leaders, watch him go with a smile on our face, and back ourselves to find/develop the next one.

If we’re weak, we crack the sads, hope he doesn’t get the job, and establish a culture of stunting the growth of our staff.

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1 hour ago, Engorged Onion said:

How does this marry up for those having a chirp at Luke Jackson?

Any commentary around the following?

"his game day performance will drop"

"no real incentive, just going through the motions now with this club"

"he didn't smile, he can't be invested in the players"

Here’s my 2 cents. Adem isn’t in the top seat. He’s essentially playing in the seconds waiting for a shot at the big guys. I don’t think anyone can realistically expect he’d not want to advance his career and test himself at the top level - and he’s not going to get that opportunity with us.

In regards to the Jackson situation it’s more akin to Goodwin giving up the senior gig with Melbourne to go coach in Adelaide - because that’s where he came from.

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Adem has been great for us and it helped he was a Dees legend to start with

But people moving on provides an opportunity for renewal and fresh ideas. That’s never a bad thing. Same with players. Disappointing to lose the likes of Dogga but it gives us a chance to bring in new talent.

Pert has put together a fantastic coaching team. He’ll find a first rate replacement for Adem I’m sure

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2 hours ago, Demon17 said:

I credit Yze for a small but vital part in the overall Premiership last year.

With Goody on the boundary and knowing Yze is up in the box I suspect they were a powerful combination (including others also in coaching, but Yze in particular given his Clarkson background). Filled me with confidence all 2021.

Going elsewhere only will strengthen him for an eventual return to the Dees as head coach.  

But I couldn't be more pleased for a favourite son if he gets a senior gig anywhere.  He can't do anymore CV - wise to prepare himself for the role.

Would love for that to happen, but we are at the wrong end of the ladder. Unless we pull a Malthouse/Buckley or Clarkson/Mitchell move, which would be incredibly destabilising, cannot see it happening. Goodwin has another 4-5 years before he reaches the 10 year milestone, which would be the logical point of a coach change. Yze will not wait around that long unfortunately. 

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14 hours ago, dl4e said:

I hope he hangs around at Melbourne and takes over from Goodwin. North are shot and GWS have no heritage.

Don't think this would get in the way of someone's career aspirations to be a senior coach ... 

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32 minutes ago, CYB said:

Would love for that to happen, but we are at the wrong end of the ladder. Unless we pull a Malthouse/Buckley or Clarkson/Mitchell move, which would be incredibly destabilising, cannot see it happening. Goodwin has another 4-5 years before he reaches the 10 year milestone, which would be the logical point of a coach change. Yze will not wait around that long unfortunately. 

Fully agree, and for Yze to head off could only help him return at a later stage much more rounded for a senior role.

I worry about losing his strategic nous right now though.

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16 hours ago, DubDee said:

Our midfield is hardly humming. Reckon he should concentrate on the job at hand (not saying he isn’t) and turn some hit outs into clearances with the ruck group

North need an experienced coach. Gws have zero culture or heritage so why even consider them

can see Yze at Port or the dogs next year

Why GWS?

It's available. Also, there will be enormous career benefit to whoever coaches GWS (or Gold Coast or Freo) to their first ever Premiership.

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16 hours ago, Wells 11 said:

I can’t blame him but FMD we may lose Brayshaw, Jackson and Yze in one off season hit. 

We're the reigning premiers not a 2 win basket case

 

The MFCSS is strong here....

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3 minutes ago, jnrmac said:

We're the reigning premiers not a 2 win basket case

 

The MFCSS is strong here....

With respect, it’s nothing to do with MFCSS nor any implication we’re a basket case. Just a hard reality to bear if it plays out. 

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18 hours ago, dl4e said:

I hope he hangs around at Melbourne and takes over from Goodwin. North are shot and GWS have no heritage.

Stupid comment.

A - Goodwin has won a premiership and is currently coaching the equal top team.

B - How do you know Yze has got what it takes to coach a senior team ? Have you actually seen examples of his coaching capabilities?

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44 minutes ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Why GWS?

It's available. Also, there will be enormous career benefit to whoever coaches GWS (or Gold Coast or Freo) to their first ever Premiership.

true but I personally can't see it happening. They have lost so many key players and will continue to do so (Hooper and others already looking to leave). Ward and Davis will retire so there is a huge leadership gap and they cannot attract any quality players via trade.  Culture is poor and they look to have no fight left

If I was Adem, I would wait until later in the season/off season and go for a job which a much higher chance of success.  Head Coach jobs are brutal, if you fail at your first one, you are unlikely to get another chance, unless you have a name like Voss. WC, Dogs, Tigers, Port you would think will have head coach turnover in the next year or two

Anyway if he goes for it, I hope he does well

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5 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Take the GWS job Oooze. 

Meanwhile we'll probably need a midfield coach, sooo...

In: Nathan Buckley

Out: Adem Yze (GWS)

Buckley, who has previously said he would not leave Victoria while his children were still in school, said on Monday he would not consider any coaching position – with North Melbourne or any other club in the league – putting all conjecture to bed.

“It’s got nothing to do with the club. I can’t see myself coaching in the future,” Buckley said on SEN.

Nathan Buckley rules out a return to coaching

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4 hours ago, Nasher said:

If we’re a strong organisation, we take pride in developing elite leaders, watch him go with a smile on our face, and back ourselves to find/develop the next one.

If we’re weak, we crack the sads, hope he doesn’t get the job, and establish a culture of stunting the growth of our staff.

And I’d also love to see Yze make it on a personal level. He was one of my favourites as a player, and there have been no MFC players gone on to be full time AFL coaches in the era I’ve been a fanatic other than Clarkson, who in my mind only technically counts, as he was a journeyman.

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1 minute ago, Lord Nev said:

Buckley, who has previously said he would not leave Victoria while his children were still in school, said on Monday he would not consider any coaching position – with North Melbourne or any other club in the league – putting all conjecture to bed.

“It’s got nothing to do with the club. I can’t see myself coaching in the future,” Buckley said on SEN.

Nathan Buckley rules out a return to coaching

It was sarcasm, hence the wishful thinking with the gif.

Bucks fits well into the media now days and I enjoy his insights and game day analysis o. Fox Footy.

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11 minutes ago, Darkhorse72 said:

At least GWS are approaching lots of assistants at the moment.  They have had a few declines already.

They’re waiting for an answer from only one man though. Until then, I don’t think they even know who they are going to get

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4 hours ago, Nasher said:

And I’d also love to see Yze make it on a personal level. He was one of my favourites as a player, and there have been no MFC players gone on to be full time AFL coaches in the era I’ve been a fanatic other than Clarkson, who in my mind only technically counts, as he was a journeyman.

Luke B doesn't count? I definitely consider him a MFC player and not just a journeyman.

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5 hours ago, Nasher said:

And I’d also love to see Yze make it on a personal level. He was one of my favourites as a player, and there have been no MFC players gone on to be full time AFL coaches in the era I’ve been a fanatic other than Clarkson, who in my mind only technically counts, as he was a journeyman.

What happened to Cameron Bruce, he seemed on the way when at Hawthorn and is now an assistant at Brisbane and you never hear of him in coaching conversations. 

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11 minutes ago, Nasher said:

I developed hardcore fandom in the late 90s.

Ah 1991 vs Essendon -  Elimination Final 20 possies for the win. I tend to think everyone is as old as me.

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7 hours ago, DEE fence said:

Luke B doesn't count? I definitely consider him a MFC player and not just a journeyman.

Luke B was one of Swooper’s boys 

He is part of the Whatsapp group. He quietly attends the odd function 

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