Discussion in 'Parramatta Eels' started by Gronk, Apr 29, 2015.
Ohhh this shit just got real
i live in Queensland and i'm not a member of the Leagues Club
and Spags can suck my dick
Well if you are not a member of the Leagues Club then I suggest you know very f**king little about what is really going on and yet you carry on like your opinion matters.
Either become a member and feel free to have your say or maybe shut the f**k about something you know nothing about instead of having a swipe at the club whenever you can.
You like a bit of spag don’t ya?
This Eagleston bloke sounds like another muppet, just like the plumber.
He has made a fool of himself a couple of times at least.
Don't be so rediculous....
I am wondering where the threat of merger, takeover or privatisation is coming from?
Todate there hasn't been any talk of that.
I'm sure we could ask him, but Spags is probably asleep so I doubt we'd get an answer til tomorrow.
Well, yeh, and presumably the debt is matched on the other side of the balance sheet by an asset (e.g. a car park that will generate income in the future). But that seems to be beyond the comprehension of these chaps.
lol Eagleston, what a muppet.
It's very exciting.
he's one of your crew
made this decision without consulting the members, made that decision without consulting the members so does the board have to run every single decision they make past the members now?
We’re an autonomous collective mate...
No, and last I checked the members were informed about it before the constructions started, but hey it makes great copy!
Club Update: Football Department Review
Wed 11 Jul 2018, 11:09 AM
Dear Members of Parramatta Eels:
As announced last week, as a Club we have commenced an important project to best prepare our Football Department to succeed both now and into the future. The process is being led by the Board of Directors of PNRL, with my input and the participation of the Club’s Football Department.
Our aspiration for our Parramatta Eels is to have a high performing Football Department that is consistently achieving great outcomes for everyone involved in our Club - our fans, Players, staff, sponsors and all other stakeholders connected with the Club.
We are determined to ensure that the Football Department has the best possible people, systems and resources to give the Eels the best opportunity to succeed on the field. On-field success is a key driver of our overall Club success.
Consistent with last week’s announcement, we planned to engage an experienced and independent third party to be involved with the project.
After a thorough search and consultation process, PNRL has engaged experienced consultant Shane McCurry to assist with the project. Shane has assisted us to develop a comprehensive approach for conducting the project, which will include speaking to staff and players internally and benchmarking our Football Department against other teams, sports and industries internationally.
Shane has worked in high performance sport, corporate, government and education organisations for two decades. He was directly involved in Elite Sporting Clubs through 15 years involvement in the AFL, initially at North Melbourne Football Club over six years where he held a range of full time positions across the Football Department. Following his time at North Melbourne, Shane was promoted to the AFL and was on the leadership team of the AFL Football Department.
Shane was involved in Essendon Football Club’s most recent Football Department Review in 2015 and is currently engaged to oversee the Culture & Leadership program at Richmond Football Club, the highlight of which included the drought-breaking 2017 AFL Premiership.
In Rugby League, Shane has worked with a number of teams, including the Wests Tigers and the NRL itself over the past four years.
Shane has also worked with International sports including Basketball, American Football and Soccer. His areas of specialty include Organisational Development and Structure, Football Operations, Club Culture, Player Leadership and Staff Development.
Shane will be supported in the project by two experienced practitioners, Greg Brentnall and Rob Kerr.
Greg Brentnall has significant NRL industry experience as a player at State and International level with the Canterbury Bulldogs, and then with the Melbourne Storm as an NRL Assistant Coach and longtime Administrator working in recruitment and talent Pathways.
Rob Kerr has over 30 years’ experience in AFL football, including as a Club GM Football, Club List & Recruiting Manager, AFL Assistant Coach and CEO of the AFL Players’ Association . Rob began his AFL career as a player at North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Sydney Swans. In addition to his sports administration career he has worked as an Organisational Psychologist for a U.S. based consulting firm during which time he consulted in the Australia, the US and throughout Asia.
The scope of the review includes all aspects of our Football Department including:
Governance and Leadership
Recruitment and Retention
Player Roster Management & Salary Cap
Coaching & Support (NRL, Intrust Super Cup & Junior Representative Program)
Parramatta Junior League
Player Wellbeing & Education
It is anticipated that this project will take approximately eight weeks with recommendations to be considered by the Board and Football Department. Once the project is completed we will provide an update to our valued Members, fans and stakeholders.
At our core, we are a Football Club and we are totally committed to supporting our Rugby League programs with the very best resources and practices, and this project is another step in ensuring the Club is successful now and into the future.
Chief Executive Officer
Parramatta National Rugby League Club Pty Limited”
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