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ExtendtheDUKES
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Saadi
Time to go Saadi. I fear that by winning one final it might cloud peoples memories. Port have under performed for the most part, winning a couple of crucial games to fall into the finals. with a change of coach i feel the club will improve. I fear that if Saadi stays they will lose an awful lot of players!
bcarbonaro
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Who do you see as Saadi's replacement?
iceman
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Sheedy :wink:
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Do you have that on good authority? Or are you just thinking wishfully?
ExtendtheDUKES
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Thats a very good question Ben, and I'm not sure if i can answer it straight out. the are many good coaches out there and Port are in a position where they have money. Just think, Brett Ratten was coaching in the EFL last year. People like him would jump at the Port role. Some names: Vandenberg Luke Darcy (if not heading into the media full time) Troy West Mick Mcguan[/b] Darren Gasper Whats Pagan doing next year? Look these are just left field names however the club is in good shape but they need to have a leader that really believes in them and instills an unquestionable belief that they can succeed in this tough comp. [/b]
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[quote="bcarbonaro"]Do you have that on good authority? Or are just thinking wishfully?[/quote] Thinking wishfully, But why wouldn't Port MElbounre have a crack at him?? obviously providing Saadi is moved along, Word his he is most likely going to gain a 9-5 role with the AFL, and He has some passionj and respect for the VFL(VFA) so it would be worth a look. Having said that, it is probably extremely unlikely.
bcarbonaro
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[quote="ExtendtheDUKES"]Thats a very good question Ben, and I'm not sure if i can answer it straight out. the are many good coaches out there and Port are in a position where they have money. Just think, Brett Ratten was coaching in the EFL last year. People like him would jump at the Port role. Some names: Vandenberg Luke Darcy (if not heading into the media full time) Troy West Mick Mcguan[/b] Darren Gasper Whats Pagan doing next year? Look these are just left field names however the club is in good shape but they need to have a leader that really believes in them and instills an unquestionable belief that they can succeed in this tough comp. [/b][/quote] I am pretty sure McGuane has more than a one year contract with Balwyn though? Troy West is nice one, what about Crackers Keenan?
ExtendtheDUKES
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I like Crackers but is he specialized enough away from his ruck coaching. troy looks good but might not be ready yet. Plus I think he is very close with Saadi.
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Crackers has a fair bit on his plate media work wise and I don't think he could afford to give that up either.
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Libba.
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How long is his contact with Carlton though?

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