Hawthorn's legendary coach shouldn't coach another game for the club after a messy break-up, writes Damian Barrett
Barrett overuses adverbs and has the bad habit of running adverbs together. Lowlights from the above include:'regularly arrogantly', and 'punchily and unequivocally publicly.' This is typical of melodramatic literature. Take, for instance, 'prepared to tolerate the facade of continuing a horrendously and hurtfully broken marriage.' I'm not sure if Mills and Boon are still publishing, but if so he has a fallback career.