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bcarbonaro
Not sure. I do know he played for Geelong though.
mickyj
[quote="bcarbonaro"]Not sure. I do know he played for Geelong though.[/quote] Thats him he was the seconds coach at WWT a fair while ago .
iceman
was his record over there better then his record has ever been over here?? (about 90% loss... 8O )
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Don't forget he coached Williamstown in 1995 and they did not win a game.
mickyj
[quote="iceman"]was his record over there better then his record has ever been over here?? (about 90% loss... 8O )[/quote] I m trying to recall I think they won a flag under him but he was never appointed league coach perhaps he is a shitty coach.
mickyj
I am pretty sure he played for West torrens and for Woodville west torrens after the merger. Now I am 45 and my memory is not as good as it once, was but not to many players pre merger or after the merger have made good or great coaches . The only two i think of are Blight in the afl (he did get woodville into the five)and Fuller he won the flag in 2006. So bad ex WWT players who become coaches Damien Christensen Pyeman (played for wwt collingwood wwt and coached south adelaide out of the finals) The WEED (had trouble winning at westies as the seconds coach and was worse as the league coach) And Camporeale has been signed as an assistant at Essendon could be another one for the list.
jb
He coached Williamstown to a winless 1995 season, but he had no players because the Seagulls had no cash to pay anyone. blokes like Ghazi and Pastore hung in there, but a lot left after a disastrous 1994 when ex player Mark Cross was coach.

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