The biggest example of why Mary cannot coach

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  1. Bests Golden Boots

    Bests Golden Boots Juniors

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    He’s always had the “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” attitude.
    The problem starts when it is broke he has no idea how to fix it.
    The players are starting to realise this.
     
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  2. muzby

    muzby Village Idiot Staff Member

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    His approach reminds me of homer and the suckling pig..

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  3. BLM01

    BLM01 Juniors

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    I would go one step back from that. He honestly does not see what is broke so you cant fix what you dont see.
     
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  4. Old Timer

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    It is often said that we didn't expect the team to get this far and so it is for Mc Fookknuckle.
    In all reality he never thought that life for him could be this good.
    He's like a dog with 2 dicks he doesn't know which one to lick first.
    He is living his dream but totally at ours and the players expense.
     
  5. blacksafake

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    Mary and the word coach in the same sentence is just wrongo_O
     
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  6. Wittenberg

    Wittenberg Juniors

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    He had us flying high earlier in the year and we are still in the top four BUT the drop off in the last section of the comp last year and again this year shows that he simply cannot develop a plan B or C. We have two attacking plans. Firstly we constantly throw an initial long cut out pass, then throw a pass across one centre and have Dufty chiming in. The second move is an interchange of passes in and out between players one off the ruck and then a short pass is given to Dufty coming up through the middle of the ruck. Teams know these plays better than we do. So like last week the Warriors simply held off our players and let us crowd ourselves against the sideline. As for the in out short passing move, see how many times Dufty has been smashed attempting the move. How about using Dufty as a decoy throughout the game and having him running around to the 'wrong' side and shift the ball the other way? Think outside the square PLEASEEEE
     
  7. dragonssamy61

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    100% and welcome back
     
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  8. redandwhite4evr

    redandwhite4evr Juniors

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    Frank- with all due respect to your many years of bringing great players to this legendary club, what are you smoking with relation to Jacob Host. This guy would struggle to break a defensive line even if he was armed with a flame thrower. He, like McGregor is a serial underachiever.
     
  9. Frank Facer

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    When I said that I would give Host a run on Frizell's right hand edge earlier in the season, I said that I wasn't sure if Host was good enough or not. I actually do agree with you, that Host hasn't overly impressed me yet. The game before he got injured he looked to be handling first grade quite well. I would like to see him get angry and rip in.
     
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  10. epDragon62

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    A bit of mongrel perhaps?
     

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