Two Fox Footballers believe the appointment of Geoff Walsh of North Melbourne as the club’s top scorer will not be a problem for Under-David coach David Noble.
After winning 14 games once, the Kangaroos sit at the bottom of the AFL ladder. They have lost their last 12 consecutive games – 100 in total per game – averaging 59 points.
The club are reviewing the Rice Football Department after confirming the appointment of Walsh, who twice played last week in North Melbourne as a short-term consultant.
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“When I wrote to the members after the 8th round, I said I was disappointed with our level of football. That frustration has grown as the season in the club has intensified, ”Kangaroo President Dr. Sonja Hud said in a letter to members on Monday.
“In the 15th round, with no visible improvement, the patience between our supporters and members is understandably thin.
“We always knew this year would be tough but the extent of our damage is very serious.”
Speaking AFL 360After reading Dr. Hude’s letter, Menley said, “That subtitle is all about betting and it explains why Geoff Walsh was sent for review.”
Robinson said Robis brought in a “killer” in Walsh to review the club, thinking Noble and the club’s chief executive Ben Amapio were “in trouble”.
But despite the pressure on Nobel in the coming weeks, Whateley’s review of Walsley’s last two reviews indicated that the coaches involved were different.
Walsh made two reviews, one for Collingwood’s Nathan Brooklyn and why they should continue (with him) – and one for Carlton’s David Tigen, who told Fox Foot. AFL 360 Tuesday night.
“So he has created both ways to find out what the source is and what the board wants to know.”
Robinson Walsh, despite his extensive experience, asked if he could call Nobel’s coaching certificate in a short time.
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But Welley replied, “Did he come in to understand how the club is doing, that it is working together and that they are meeting?” The measurements we have planned over the last few weeks have been worse than last year to this year. Percentage is on the cliff, the quarterback is nowhere near, 50 points are lost, the points are opposite and the point of defeat – there is nothing you can say that this program is succeeding.
“Evaluation is the work of Geoffrey Walsh. Should this program be producing better results than last year by its own standards?”
Despite the numbers, Robinson said the expectations for the Noble Kangaroos should not be too high at this time, given the club’s difficult rebuilding that began a few years ago.
“If someone told me you could write a debate on why David Noble should continue, I think I could write that,” he said.
“I’m not in the club, but if Geoff Walsh doesn’t talk to 28 players and ask ‘How is David Noble?’ And 28 players ‘can’t train’ go, he’s gone. But I’ve talked to two players – one personally, one through other people – and ‘How’s David Noble?’ (Answer) ‘No, no, he’s fine’ ይመስለኛል I think Todd Goldstein has said a lot On the couch Last Monday night when he was there.
“So I think when you bring the club back – unless he’s a perfect animal – I don’t know what to expect if they bring the club back.
“I can only say one thing: when Carlton did it in 2015 and (Stephen) Silvagney got his first draft, it took him seven years to make the final. seven! And do we want to kill David Noble after a year and a half?
“There are journalists in this city who say ‘gone’. Am I Really Thinking?
“Maybe he was part of the sponsor? I do not know. But David Noble, he has a hard, hard job and rebuilding teams takes a long, long time.