I have a question for everyone, but in particular for the Port Melbourne supporters on this site. During the ABC TV half-time VFL interview on Saturday, when Phil Cleary interviewed Port coach Saade Ghazi, Ghazi categorically stated that while Port remain a stand-alone club, they cannot win a premiership. He said for Port to have any chance, they would need at least a partial alignment, similar to what North Ballarat and Tasmania currently have with the Kangaroos. Are Port fans disappointed with Saade's comments? I would have thought that, no matter how much evidence you have supporting that theory, and no matter how much you truly believe it to be so deep down, a head coach should always publicly say they believe they can win the premiership, no matter if you are coach of Dimboola thirds or West Coast Eagles. It's about instilling confidence in the supporters that you are the right person to lead your club in the future. It's about traditional leadership. What Saade did on Saturday would be sort of akin to George W. Bush coming out after September 11 and telling the world he lay awake at night hell-scared of what was going to happen to America next, and if he had of done so, it would have probably caused fear and pandemonium among the whole nation. I know that's an extreme example, but I hope people will get the gist. Just on alignments and the like, do Port fans believe entering into an alignment again would be beneficial? Full or partial alignment? If so, with which club? Do you think Port should take over Tasmania as the second club aligned with the 'Roos, should the Devils opt to go to the SANFL? I look forward to hearing everyone's views, particularly the Port fans on this website.