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Yze was the hot favourite for GWS then pipped at the post by Kingsley.

Ess are waiting for Caracella to get back from overseas and for the GF to be over when Brad Scott will make his intentions known and it looks likely he will put his hat in the ring.

Yze is not over the line yet!

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13 hours ago, Lord Nev said:

Josh Mahoney clarified that as meaning someone with plenty of coaching experience, not necessarily as a senior coach.

 

Oh that is the best spin I have seen this week. Simple fact no senior coach would touch them. 

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2 hours ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

Anyone interested in going into the barge pole industry with me? Fortune to be made at the moment.

No money to be made as no one is using one QD. 

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10 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Bunch of assistant Coaches is not the same as Senior Experience 

They just burnt one….

Not sure where I said it was the same thing mate. Just said I thought they clarified that.

There's not exactly a ton of senior coaches to choose from who are still any good.

Old mate Ross "Not a vibe" Lyon decided he's too good to interview for jobs, Buckley's been shown up this year, Malthouse should be in a home, WIlliams is miles off from that kind of job and Brad Scott will probably put his hand up too late.

 

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4 hours ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Yze was the hot favourite for GWS then pipped at the post by Kingsley.

Ess are waiting for Caracella to get back from overseas and for the GF to be over when Brad Scott will make his intentions known and it looks likely he will put his hat in the ring.

Yze is not over the line yet!

 

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7 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

 

More disturbing than that picture is dude’s tenuous grasp on grammar. He’s 2 for 2 with misspelling names. He’s got the whole their/they’re/there thing up the [censored]. He’s left a word out (‘is’) and he’s used a comma instead of a period as well as another comma that shouldn’t be there. 

#Proofreader’sNightmare

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6 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

More disturbing than that picture is dude’s tenuous grasp on grammar. He’s 2 for 2 with misspelling names. He’s got the whole their/they’re/there thing up the [censored]. He’s left a word out (‘is’) and he’s used a comma instead of a period as well as another comma that shouldn’t be there. 

#Proofreader’sNightmare

A little picky this morning WCW.I understand being a grand final day without us in itSad Happy Hour GIF

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12 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

More disturbing than that picture is dude’s tenuous grasp on grammar. He’s 2 for 2 with misspelling names. He’s got the whole their/they’re/there thing up the [censored]. He’s left a word out (‘is’) and he’s used a comma instead of a period as well as another comma that shouldn’t be there. 

#Proofreader’sNightmare

but dodoro is certainly "a drain"....... as is essendon

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1 minute ago, forever demons said:

A little picky this morning WCW.I understand being a grand final day without us in itSad Happy Hour GIF

LOL, I was just thinking exactly that! I reread what I’d posted and thought geez I sound so bit*chy. Well, bit*chIER. 😜

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11 hours ago, Lord Nev said:

Not really tbh, thought it made perfect sense. They want a coach who has at least come up through the ranks, done the courses, done the training, been an understudy etc. Especially makes sense within the context of when they brought in Hird the first time and how that went for them.

So why would any club choice outside that perimeter? It is spin of the highest order. They wanted an experienced senior coach now with no experienced senior coach wanting it they have changed. 

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3 minutes ago, old dee said:

So why would any club choice outside that perimeter? It is spin of the highest order. They wanted an experienced senior coach now with no experienced senior coach wanting it they have changed. 

What senior coaches should they have chased? Lyon refused the process, which says a lot about him, Buckley is an iffy prospect at best given the last few years, Leon Cameron is no good. They literally never said "senior coach".

I hate Essendon and it's GF day, so I'm gonna tap out anyway, have a ripper day OD.

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4 hours ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Yze was the hot favourite for GWS then pipped at the post by Kingsley.

Ess are waiting for Caracella to get back from overseas and for the GF to be over when Brad Scott will make his intentions known and it looks likely he will put his hat in the ring.

Yze is not over the line yet!

Thank God I think he doesn't need to be there. It is going to take a few years to fix Essendrug. The factions will throw whoever gets that job to the wolves after a short time frame if things don't improve immediately just like they did this year. 2021 they had a good season with their first year coach. Year 2 they slipped back bang coach gone. 

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6 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

What senior coaches should they have chased? Lyon refused the process, which says a lot about him, Buckley is an iffy prospect at best given the last few years, Leon Cameron is no good. They literally never said "senior coach".

I hate Essendon and it's GF day, so I'm gonna tap out anyway, have a ripper day OD.

All those coaches have made Grand Finals. And none of them wanted to really talk to Essendon, let alone coach them. Then the spin came.

 

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1 hour ago, Lord Nev said:

 

There's not exactly a ton of senior coaches to choose from who are still any good.

Old mate Ross "Not a vibe" Lyon decided he's too good to interview for jobs, Buckley's been shown up this year, Malthouse should be in a home, WIlliams is miles off from that kind of job and Brad Scott will probably put his hand up too late.

 

Exactly. Nobody wants the job. They know how it will end

So unfortunately another Rookie Coach will be thrown into the Fire

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5 hours ago, Lucifers Hero said:

Yze was the hot favourite for GWS then pipped at the post by Kingsley.

Ess are waiting for Caracella to get back from overseas and for the GF to be over when Brad Scott will make his intentions known and it looks likely he will put his hat in the ring.

Yze is not over the line yet!

Hopefully this happens again. 

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2 hours ago, old dee said:

No money to be made as no one is using one QD. 

Somebody is bound to be considering coaching the Peptides, Norf, running the AFL and flying to Thailand and bail Jordy. Barge poles could be just what gets them over the line. Recon they could be the next big thing OD. You in?

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4 hours ago, Lord Nev said:

All those coaches were sacked as well.

Very few don't only a very select few go in their own time. The great KS was told  his contract would not be renewed. Clarkson was cut one year short of his contract. Malthouse was pushed out twice. So are you saying that if someone is sacked they are no good? 

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