- Mar 3, 2014
- AFL Club
- Port Adelaide
- Other Teams
- dallas cowboys ferrari f1
Sounds like spp is gone...
I'm right there as #1 on the #sackhinkley bandwagon.What an a*sehole. You finally.said something people agree with Hinkley. "People don't like me very much"
I don't like him, I don't like fraudsI'm right there as #1 on the #sackhinkley bandwagon.
But to say that I hate him is wrong. He seems to be a great guy and I can't hate him just because his opinions are different to mine. I just don't want him coaching my club. He is just not good enough, he has had his opportunity and failed. I'm sick of years of mediocrity, and whilst I want him sacked for it, that doesn't mean I hate him.
The concept we don't like him is most likely just wrong for majority. He's a fine person, he just shouldn't be our coach.
Better than Ollie he was 15th in his first year.Not a bad effort from Conner, 4th in the BnF in his first year.
So lets do some comparisons now that voting has finished.So Boak has 154 out of 340 possible votes = 45.3%
To put that into some perspective, when we had a dominate year in 2014 and Robbie Gray had one of the most dominate years I have seen a Port player have from SANFL days to AFL era, his 2014 season was on a par with Russell Ebert's 1976 (he got 42 Magarey medal votes from 22 games),
Robbie polled 398 votes out of a possible 750 votes in 25 games = 53.07%
He was so dominate that 2nd placed Boak only polled 64.1% of Robbie's total. In the other 5 years under Hinkley, the B&F 2nd vote place getter has polled between 89.6% (Wines in 2016) to 97.1% (Dixon in 2017) of the winner's total.
Unlike the fruit-loops its very likely our top 10 will all still be here for 2020.