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Good luck to Adem.

Wonder when he starts there? He'd have inside IP on our trade and draft strategies unless we excluded him from the process because he was a candidate for this job, I'm not completely comfortable with that unless he trades Tom Lynch to us for a future 4th.

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On 9/12/2023 at 3:50 PM, gs77 said:

That'd be a decent catch I'm sure we'd be angling for, but there may be a roe of potential suitors lining up just for the halibut.

Roe?  Something fishy about this?

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It was interesting to hear him say (paraphrasing) “at my last two clubs, I was in the drivers seat during game day”.  That’s really concerning that Goodwin is on the bench and another coach is running the game, while he has pep talks with the players.  As much as I hate the bloke, there is no way Chris Scott would do that, you can see him and the other coaches changing their style throughout the game from the box.

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Just now, BrisbaneDemon said:

It was interesting to hear him say (paraphrasing) “at my last two clubs, I was in the drivers seat during game day”.  That’s really concerning that Goodwin is on the bench and another coach is running the game, while he has pep talks with the players.  As much as I hate the bloke, there is no way Chris Scott would do that, you can see him and the other coaches changing their style throughout the game from the box.

Yze runs the box. He did that at Hawthorn too and nobody complained about Clarkson. 
We won a flag with Goodwin coaching from the bench. 

I understand we have just disappointingly lost two finals, but not everything the club does needs to be thrown in the bin. 

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21 minutes ago, BrisbaneDemon said:

It was interesting to hear him say (paraphrasing) “at my last two clubs, I was in the drivers seat during game day”.  That’s really concerning that Goodwin is on the bench and another coach is running the game, while he has pep talks with the players.  As much as I hate the bloke, there is no way Chris Scott would do that, you can see him and the other coaches changing their style throughout the game from the box.

The head coach position has evolved into this and Goodwin was one of the trendsetters. There's a lot of demand on head coaches so I think it's smart to have a solid right hand when it comes to strategy so Goody can be more of an overseer and also focus on the relationship side of things.

I think this role is going to be one that we need to nail and it can't be anybody. Whoever we get needs to be his eyes on gameday and a very quick thinker. 

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45 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

Yze runs the box. He did that at Hawthorn too and nobody complained about Clarkson. 
We won a flag with Goodwin coaching from the bench. 

I understand we have just disappointingly lost two finals, but not everything the club does needs to be thrown in the bin. 

2021= flag 

2022= straight sets

2023= straight sets

Yze and Richo have been in the box and Goody on the boundary, we will now have to bring in a different person to fill this all important role or Chaplin/Richo moves into that role.  

26 minutes ago, layzie said:

The head coach position has evolved into this and Goodwin was one of the trendsetters. There's a lot of demand on head coaches so I think it's smart to have a solid right hand when it comes to strategy so Goody can be more of an overseer and also focus on the relationship side of things.

I think this role is going to be one that we need to nail and it can't be anybody. Whoever we get needs to be his eyes on gameday and a very quick thinker. 

I totally agree but that’s a massive gamble to have a newbie in the seat with Goody on the bench.

 

I might be over thinking it….

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Don’t worry BD I think that this last week has us all overthinking given our current situation, we all new that Ooze deserved a crack at a senior coaching role but we’re hoping against hope that he would be staying on. Now we are forced to make major changes with the inherent risk that a bad decision could impact or side and our club. Scary scenario.!!!

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2 hours ago, layzie said:

The head coach position has evolved into this and Goodwin was one of the trendsetters. There's a lot of demand on head coaches so I think it's smart to have a solid right hand when it comes to strategy so Goody can be more of an overseer and also focus on the relationship side of things

I think Chris Fagan also coaches like that

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Mrs Ooze rang Mr Ooze on Thursday after what they thought was just another presentation from the Tigers. She was asking him to pick up pizzas for dinner since it was his birthday and he replied, “Sorry, I can’t, I’m wearing a Richmond polo.” 😁

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6 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

It was only a matter of time until Josh Jenkins joined the “shock jock” community of idiots. 

There has to be a course for this in the bowels of the G as the retirees do a lap of honour on Grand Final day. 

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1 hour ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

It was only a matter of time until Josh Jenkins joined the “shock jock” community of idiots. 

He's been trying for a while 'Ethan'...this is probably the first time anyone has taken notice.

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On 9/22/2023 at 2:50 PM, BrisbaneDemon said:

It was interesting to hear him say (paraphrasing) “at my last two clubs, I was in the drivers seat during game day”.  That’s really concerning that Goodwin is on the bench and another coach is running the game, while he has pep talks with the players.  As much as I hate the bloke, there is no way Chris Scott would do that, you can see him and the other coaches changing their style throughout the game from the box.

Macrae from the bench, Fagan from the box ...

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