St. Kilda coach Brett Ratton said he and the club would like to see “all the evidence” surrounding Jordan Degoi’s off-field errors before opting out for the out-of-contract Collingwood star game.
Following his behavior during a trip to Bali in the middle of the season, the Maggies were offered a 3. 3.2m four-year deal, and the Saints were heavily linked with a move to the club and the club were fined $ 25,000.
St. Kilda officials have said no formal offer has been made to De Goy, who is out of contract at the end of the season and has agreed a new deal with Collingwood Parking. Available.
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Ratten knew that any new player should conform to the “culture” he and his coaching staff were trying to develop in St. Kilda.
“We have to do our homework and look at what really happened and take all the evidence as you would any player, especially opponents of another club,” Rat said on Wednesday.
“You are watching the movement on the field, and you are seeing what you are trying to build as a football club and culture and so on. So we take both sides of the equation, and we make decisions there and all the free agents will be targeted at one or two, if possible.
We evaluate everything they do on and off the field.
Raton forwarded any decision to the club’s general manager, James Gallagher, but Degei’s name was confirmed.
“Our club sees all the free agents in the competition. He is one of them, but you know, that is at least a question of management and that is something we will do as a club in the future. ”
It’s a name he grew up with, maybe 15 others and maybe 20 others (out of contract). We treat everyone there as an independent agent.
According to Ratton, this week’s focus was on the behavior of AFL players on social media, but the Magpies ‘Jack Ginnivan and Isaac Quaynor’ s video was also a warning to everyone about what was unacceptable after watching the TikTok video.
“I think it is a constant reminder to everyone. I don’t think it’s just about players. I think it’s a sign that you are not allowed to throw things in there and be disrespectful to people and things like that. ”
“It doesn’t matter if you play AFL, work in a bank, be a teacher, or be a mother. You do not have the right to do that. And that’s the big message እንዴት how we respect people for the wider community.