- Apr 24, 2013
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
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- The Unicornia Reactants
Players weren't working full time jobs in 1998.The only thing nanny are the old folks that refer back to 20+ years ago and still think the same rules apply. Back then players still had full-time jobs and didn't train every day. Back then you could smoke in the change room and swig a beer and everything was fine.
The professionalism in sport has evolved and the only people that got left behind were you. You know what also changed? Player pay. They can go back to drinking til 7am if they want, but instead of an average wage of 375k they could just get 150k instead.
Some were. Only the better players avoided it. I know because Phillip Matera came over to my brother's house and to do some electrical work. At the time he was playing for West Coast.Players weren't working full time jobs in 1998.
I would prefer to have 150k in my hand in 1999 than 375k today. I brought a house in Moonee Ponds in 1999 for 187k - its now worth 1.1 million.
If he/she does work there I’m sure everyone knows he//he’s a North Person. Wouldn’t take much for someone to figure out who it is. Time and a place to bag the boss.Employees bagging owners in hospitality? Perish the thought.
They might not work there but it’s a bit of a coincidence don’t you think?
Which again makes me think works there. Security? Door b*tch? Bus boy? Bar tenders are usually pretty chill. Boyfriend/father m of someone who works there and is a bit touchy about afl players being around his girlfriend/daughter.... and then get upset about them drinking.
In a pub.
One of a number of investors, it seems.Doesn’t Dane Swan own the pub?
https://www.broadsheet.com.au/melbourne/food-and-drink/article/albion-fire-then-rooftop-barFortunately for The Albion’s investors – a high-profile group including ex-Collingwood football player Dane Swan; ex-Melbourne Storm players Robbie Kearns and Danny Williams; and publicans the Darcy Group – the hotel is finally open.
I genuinely had to check to see if it was Jisse W Smuth. Or Onip. Or whatever he calls himself.Without seeing the bloke, Im pretty comfortable saying Marley could have put him into 2020 if he chose.
He's a little rough around the issues, but this doesn't seem much. It's not the day before a game.
Maybe the said person is fully committed to the RSA ethos....you know the RSA they earned on the internet in half an hour.I reckon you're on the money here. And it begs the question, why work in a pub if you're so offended and indignant about people getting drunk?