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4 minutes ago, The Lobster Effect said:

Scott's ego is obviously stronger than his interest in staying in a cushy AFL job. Pretty risky taking a coaching gig at the Bombers.

That's right. Other than having the massive burn to coach again it seems like a big deal to give up a great job for a life of stress and burning the midnight oil again. 

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Feel sorry for Adem if he misses out. Can’t help but think that he would be a better long term option than Scott. The young Bombers would do well with a guy like Ooze with his calm head and development skills. But early success is the key to keeping the knives at bay. That will be a problem at Bomber land. Any club with Sheedy seeking to influence decisions is not healthy. 

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if - and let's face it, when - he misses on peptides, how many times will he have been 'next best' coaching option? is it only the peptides and gw$ that he's been in the running to win? or did he have interviews elsewhere last year, or even the year before?

i'd rather take north or the bears than the peptides gig

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52 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

if - and let's face it, when - he misses on peptides, how many times will he have been 'next best' coaching option? is it only the peptides and gw$ that he's been in the running to win? or did he have interviews elsewhere last year, or even the year before?

i'd rather take north or the bears than the peptides gig

and if he does miss the peptides gig, we'll never know if the hfc risk factor was instrumental

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If Essendrug fail to improve and the “Essendonians” pull rank and have him sacked, Brad Scott will go back to what he is doing now. 
Essendrug need to give hime 3 years, but i bet they don’t 

They still see themselves as a power club 

It’s a dangerous job, but i can see why Brad Scott would take it on rather than other experienced coaches 

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2 hours ago, Older demon said:

I hope Adem stays and is the logical heir to take over from Goodwin.

 

Another coaching gig at a rival club will open up and be available to him well before that happens. Most likely even this year with North & Brisbane. 

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On 9/24/2022 at 10:19 AM, 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

I’m with you

Their

they’re

there

it’s grade 2 stuff

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16 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Were a Sleeping Giant. They are too internal. You only have to listen to coterie members who jump on the radio

Still living under the Sheedy canvas

 
 
Whatever the coterie members say or do is irrelevant.
You saw how Richmond supporters come out've the woodwork when they got on a roll.
 Essendon would have more, they were dominant throughout the late eighties and again in the late 90s'-2000' while Richmond were struggling.
They fill the 'G' on ANZAC day regardless of how the club's going.
 I'd only put them behind Collingwood for total support, They not part of the big 4 for nothin'.

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Sheedy (Sith Lord) and Scott (petulant North Korean dictator) will clash so spectacularly, love it!

Adem has time on his side, and being measured in his approach does him the world of good in a hot house media environment. Clubs want this approach, his time will come. 

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Another coaching gig at a rival club will open up and be available to him well before that happens. Most likely even this year with North & Brisbane. 

I am led to believe he will go when this contract runs out but I thought he may return to Adelaide. You are correct to point out that there could be 2 coaching vacancies available sooner. Everyone should remember Yze came in as insurance after Goody had a really bad 2021 as Michael Warner keeps writing stories about

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Just when you think Essendon couldn’t [censored] things up more.

They literally wine and dine with Yze. Mark Williams rumoured to go with him. (Wherever he goes the ultimate success follows).

Yze was at the under 18s with their list manager Adrian Dodoro, maybe we are gonna blow ourselves up and we’re pouching Dodoro lol

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