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  1. And they'd certainly not be doing their due diligence if they didn't headhunt Goodwin. And we wouldn't be doing our due financial diligence if we didn't look at it as a potential opportunity of getting out of a contract that we may have to pay out 2 years on (End of 2022) if we're in the same position this time next year. I look forward to the incoming mockery ?
  2. As Paul Roos' time as MFC coach winds to an end over the coming months, it's time to evaluate his three years. Is Roos our best coach since Norm Smith?
  3. Being discussed at length on the Match Preview forum and figured it deserved its own thread. Why has Jack been dropped? Is a unforeseen trade coming with a year to go on his contract? What would we get in return? Keep or trade? I have no idea why to be honest but I definitely felt he had done enough to keep it. Post your theories.
  4. After reading a post a few weeks ago by a certain demonland member who I rate very highly (initials GNF) in conjunction with the media reports regarding Thompson's future at the Dons next year (unlikely to be alongside or back behind Hird), I certainly found his and Roos' segment on AFL 360 this week very very intriguing. During the segment when asked about his position next year whilst given a large and blatantly obvious wink by reporter Mark Robinson, Thompson responded with the usual public relations (PR) give nothing long winded response, whilst Robinson continued to throw his head back and forward between Thompson and Roos as if he knew something and was stirring the pot. AFL 360 link: http://www.melbournefc.com.au/video/2014-08-26/paul-roos-on-afl360 Over the course of the season I have really enjoyed watching this segment and the discussions between two quality coaches, you can clearly see Roos and Thompson are on the same level and clearly enjoying bouncing off one another's thoughts. I believe it is appearing more likely (as initially suggested by GNF) that if Thompson is on the move at seasons end and that he will end up at the Dees. If this comes to fruition having two high quality coaches will be truly marvelous for our player development and game plan - one a specialist in defense with the other a specialist in attack.
  5. Sorry if this has already gone up somewhere. Thought it was a good read. http://www.theweeklyreview.com.au/well-read/cover-story/9246-the-demon-inside/#.U57afCiJkTA
  6. Slamming Sammy Kekovich has written that we should lose our Monday fixture: http://www.news.com.au/sport/afl/north-melbourne-team-of-the-century-kangaroo-sam-kekovich-lashes-out-after-boring-queens-birthday-blockbuster/story-fnelctok-1226949749620 This weekend in the FIFA world cup, will see Australia using the same defensive strategies as Roos, with the whole nation cheering them on!
  7. Let the mayhem begin Melbourne coach Mark Neeld has been sacked, and now the Dees want premiership mentor Paul Roos
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