Crumpet building it up so he can hung shit.
' Cognilio was coming because we offered so much more money than anyone else, but he had a meeting with ross and fyfe and hated them.'
Next month Crumpet will say that he is staying at GWS and then later he will say that cognilio will only go to a Melbourne club.
Whatever happens he can say he reported it 6 months ago.
Point of order... he's confirmed that multiple times previously.
I'm still searching for the audience demographic that likes him or his writing. So far I've narrowed it down to a subsection of Arts students that felt bullied by people with sporting talent at some point in their lives - pretty sure it is some very niche group within that broader category.
Club: player X has done something dumb as a result of struggling with clinical anxiety. We are giving him time off to address this issue.
Coach interview: really tough environment for young players with so much reported on and social media. Player X has been struggling to handle the limelight but we will support him.
Media: 25+ articles/radio discussions in next 48h around the country on player X including interview of all past coaches, and online vids of player X behaving badly at some time previously, how foolish the club was to take him on.
These players really do earn their coin. I really hope my kids never become famous.
No drinking on a 6 day break, no drinking when in short term rehab.
Also Q & A from today
Reporter: On more of a general note on the drinking policy, what is the policy for players and staff for drinking pre-game or post-game?
Ross: Well, it’s a common sense policy, but it’s a stock standard policy that was at the Swans in the premiership years, was at St Kilda and has been here since I’ve been here. It really is in-season, basically, a seven-day policy. It’s a short break and injury and clearly it’s post-game and leading into the next game, whether it’s a normal break or short break, which is really standard in the AFL.