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Offline Thesmartman

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O.P. « 2017-Apr-02, 06:38 PM »
Can Ross Lyon coach - I say no

Someone give us anything to support he can???

Nat Fyfe - off contract at the end of the year - he must leave as players want to win a GF

Offline PoisonPen7

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« 2017-Apr-03, 12:15 AM Reply #1 »
Dockers not doing too well are they.

42 point loss at home to the Cats then 89 point loss to Port.

Writing is on the wall. They host the premiers this week. On that form they are staring down the barrel of a 50+ point loss and you'd guess the headlines will only get worse.

What is the record short term for a coach to be "let go" into a season?

Can't believe I backed them to win the flag at the start of last season  :what:

Offline Skybeau

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« 2017-Apr-03, 04:14 PM Reply #2 »
Signed until 2020, he's not going anywhere, at least in the short term.

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« 2017-Apr-03, 05:13 PM Reply #3 »
oooo they shouldn't have done that...

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« 2017-Apr-03, 06:27 PM Reply #4 »
Tontonan,how long have Upper Ferntree Gully extended the tenure of last year's premiership winning coach Chad Rogers ?
Was last year's flag a one off ?

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« 2017-Apr-03, 06:48 PM Reply #5 »
I have no idea.   I have nothing to do with those ruffians.  Probably life given the flag.

My allegiances are/were with East Burwood, we/they are rubbish and we/they are being relegated while UFTG take our place.

(Technically I am barred so it is a bit of a sore point)

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« 2017-Apr-05, 06:12 PM Reply #6 »
Do you have a rundown of the lineage of that coach?  Sire/Dam/Other


Is Northern Dancer on both sides or not?

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« 2017-Apr-06, 03:14 PM Reply #7 »
As long as Chad Rogers, the coach of UFG, does not go to the same dentist as Chad Morgan, he should be OK..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWfFFMcfEt4
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« 2017-May-04, 10:02 PM Reply #8 »
He took over the Saints when they had a good side that was already progressive and probably a coach of the Mudgee U12's would still have won games.

They peaked and plummeted.

Seeing a similar pattern at Freo

Year    Team    Games Coached    Wins    Losses    Draws    Win %
2007    St Kilda Saints    22    11    10    1    50.0%
2008    St Kilda Saints    25    14    11    0    56.0%
2009    St Kilda Saints    25    22    3    0    88.0%
2010    St Kilda Saints    26    17    7    2    65.4%
2011    St Kilda Saints    23    12    10    1    52.2%
2012    Fremantle Dockers    24    15    9    0    62.5%
2013    Fremantle Dockers    25    18    6    1    72.0%
2014    Fremantle Dockers    24    16    8    0    66.7%
2015    Fremantle Dockers    24    18    6    0    75.0%
2016    Fremantle Dockers    22    4    18    0    18.2%
2017    Fremantle Dockers    6    3    3    0    50.0%
« Last Edit: 2017-May-04, 10:05 PM by Thesmartman »

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« 2017-Jun-11, 04:06 AM Reply #9 »
Beaten by the last placed Lions just as they appeared to be marching into the 8.

Embarrassed Lyon blasts 'obliterated' midfield

IT WAS a dismal night for Fremantle in Brisbane, and coach Ross Lyon was far from impressed.

The Dockers were beaten comprehensively to the tune of 57 points by the lowly Lions, and a "bitterly disappointed and really embarrassed" Lyon had his midfield in his sights.

"I thought our midfield got obliterated," Lyon said.

Full match coverage and stats

"They couldn't get near them. If they won it they were stripped, or they couldn't touch it. They were 0-12 in clearances and lots of entries for [the Lions].

"They need to assess themselves and stand up."

Fremantle's midfield is star-studded, led by captain and Brownlow medallist Nat Fyfe, Lachie Neale, David Mundy and the Hill brothers Stephen and Bradley, but Lyon said reputations counted for little.

"At the end of the day, we can shy away from it, but the midfield got obliterated.

"We need to improve our football and get a midfield who are competitive against fierce, quick opposition. At the minute, we're not getting it done.

"That's the thing in AFL footy, you're only as good your next performance. As a coach and a player we all sit in that. Otherwise, you're just a name."

With Fremantle big man Aaron Sandilands missing the match with a hamstring injury, Lions ruckman Stefan Martin was influential in the first half when the match was up for grabs.


http://www.afl.com.au/news/2017-06-10/embarrassed-lyon-blasts-obliterated-midfield


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