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From The Age
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Former Essendon coach Matthew Knights will join AFL premiers Geelong next year as coach of their VFL team.
Knights coached the Bombers for three seasons, guiding them to a finals appearance in 2009 before being sacked a year later.
Cats senior coach Chris Scott said Knights was a fine mentor for younger players.
From Geelong Advertiser
Reported by Bradley Green
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IF Geelong coach Chris Scott needed any more proof that Mitch Brown is ready for his AFL debut next weekend, he got it from the Cats' narrow VFL loss on Saturday.
The Cats were overrun by the Northern Bullants in the final quarter at Skilled Stadium after leading by 29 points late in the third term to lose by five points.
Reported by Jay Clark
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As much as the support comes from every angle at Skilled Stadium, his story has plenty of similarities to James Podsiadly's.
Johnson had given up on his AFL dream after missing out on selection in the 2006 national draft.
Instead, he was plying his trade as a carpenter in Melbourne during the week and playing suburban footy with his mates for Bell Park in the Geelong Football League on Saturdays.
"AFL was probably the furthest thing from my mind," Johnson said. "I still loved playing footy but, back then, if you missed the draft (as a teenager) you tended not to get drafted after that."