Coach Assistant Coaches - 2020 coaching structure confirmed! - 5/12

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2020 Coaching Structure
Senior coach
John Worsfold (thread)
Senior assistant coach and team defenceBen Rutten (thread)
Assistant coach – midfield and attack Blake Caracella
Assistant coach – forwardsDan Jordan
Assistant coach – backline James Kelly
Assistant coach – stoppages Mark Harvey
Development coach and VFL head coachMark Corrigan
Development coach and VFL backline coachLeigh Tudor
Development coach and VFL midfield coachCam Roberts
 
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Howard Moon

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“On behalf of the football club, I want to thank Hayden for his significant contribution to Essendon during his 11 years as both a player and coach,” Richardson said.

“Although it is sad to see Hayden leave, it is a great opportunity for him at Collingwood in a more senior role.

A more snr role? So it's an upgrade?

Interesting spin
 

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“On behalf of the football club, I want to thank Hayden for his significant contribution to Essendon during his 11 years as both a player and coach,” Richardson said.

“Although it is sad to see Hayden leave, it is a great opportunity for him at Collingwood in a more senior role.

A more snr role? So it's an upgrade?

Interesting spin
Right. :think:


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He's taking over from Tarkyn Lockyer I think? Lockyer was the Head of Academy, boss of the VFL coaches and academy coaches and other coaching assistants other than the senior coaching staff (Bucks and his four assistants).

I don't know whether that's like being a senior assistant at Essendon or more like a parallel version of what Dan Richardson does? Is it administrative management or an actual coaching role? :shrug:
 

owen87

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So who's in charge of which line now?

Woosha: Head Coach
Truck: Team Defence
Harves: Back Line
???: Midfield
???: Forward
Caracella: Opposition Analyst
Pops: Development
M Corrigan: 1st to 3rd year players
Dan Jordan: VFL

Is Kelly moving into midfield coaching? Who are we getting as forward?
Don't think Caracella is Opposition Analyst, he's not a direct replacement for Harding's role.
 

owen87

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I think it's similar. He's offensive gameplan maybe?
I'd say that in the same way Rutten was a 'team defence' type role, Caracella is a 'team offence' type role. Likely responsible for full ground structure and ball movement offensively is my guess.
 

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Lockyer said he was only approached for the AFL job two weeks ago, so Skipworth would have only just been offered the role. Can’t blame him if higher role and more money. Good luck to him
 

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A summer clean out on all fronts...coaches and players...good and about time !!! Too many people at this club have stayed a little too long.....new people, new ideas.....it has to happen......we need things to happen....15 yrs and counting since our last finals win.....change is inevitable and desperately needed......the only one left is Dodoro....anyone I missed ??
The Doc.
 

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“On behalf of the football club, I want to thank Hayden for his significant contribution to Essendon during his 11 years as both a player and coach,” Richardson said.

“Although it is sad to see Hayden leave, it is a great opportunity for him at Collingwood in a more senior role.

A more snr role? So it's an upgrade?

Interesting spin
Refused to get "onto the bus" because there weren't any seats left at the front.
 

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