Collingwood manager Craig McRerie said on his return to the club that it was a matter for Joran de Goy and that he was looking forward to supporting him.
De Goi took a private break earlier this week and fined the club $ 25,000 in connection with the Bali incident until the end of the season.
“I hope De Goy will return to the fold as soon as possible so that the group can get our hands around him,” McKay broke the silence on SEN on Thursday.
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This is due to the fact that the Magpies stopped contract talks with the controversial star and spent $ 3.2 million four years earlier than the agency.
In his first official weekly press conference since the incident, McRery said: With 26 years old.
“I try to meet him every day, and I did that yesterday and I never heard from him. We hope he is in a good position and I will have the opportunity to talk to him today and see where he sits, ”he told reporters Friday.
Asked if De Goi had a good way to go, Macy said: “No, I did not think so.”
Magpis boss de Goy’s “uneducated” to discuss how he would react to the incident, but the club’s sports psychologist Jacqui Louder said he was “working closely with him”.
“We have found ways in which we can support him. It has a management team and our management team trying to do what we can. It’s a matter of time, of course, but I’m not sure. ”
“We are here to love and support him as much as we can. (His return) may be as early as today or tomorrow – I’m not sure.
“I think football clubs give a lot of resources to players and they don’t get the resources we need to support men like Jordan in normal life. We hope he helps him take the action he wants.
“We want Jordy to come in and we welcome him. We look forward to giving him a lot of support when he comes in.”
AFL chief Gilon McLaughlin said at 3 AW on Friday that De Goy’s diagnosis of ADHD last year was “not an excuse” but that “anyone with a medical condition should be taken seriously.”
According to Macre, the abandonment of De Goi “provides opportunities for others to grow” – such as the fall of Broaddi Gundy PCL, such as Darsie Cameron and Mason Cox.
And the Magpies’ coaching staff has made it clear that they are focused on the work being done at the club this week.
“Our team was only able to watch the ball this week. “We have put a lot of effort into adjusting the balls and planning the game,” he said.
“We have had a good experience this year, so we are ready to play and we have to get out there and do it now.
“Now we are back to work, this is the reality, we will meet you at the door and then we will start working. We are trying to be better… We want to educate our players on the little things we can do better and be better people in the community.
And while De Goi is in the spotlight, Macry says he still thinks about the safety of the club and the different backgrounds.
“I came here to represent the women and the natives around us and all the different backgrounds, we have a different team here,” he said.
“It’s not about one person but one person giving a chance to say ‘Hey mate, let’s look around and take your eyes off each other’.”