We wait ~10 months to find out who Negan killed?Like a Walking Dead cliffhanger. What happens next?
What did Bluey say that is so relevant?
As one who believed Hirdy at that fateful presser 'all will be explained' , Blueys comments seem damning.
Sacked podcast: Guy McKenna, episode three, how Gold Coast dodged ASADA bullet, Dean Robinson, Stephen DankA candid Guy McKenna has revealed how Gold Coast dodged a similar bullet to the ASADA drugs saga which embroiled Essendon during his time at the expansion club.www.foxsports.com.au
A candid Guy McKenna has revealed how Gold Coast dodged a similar bullet to the ASADA drugs saga which embroiled Essendon during his time at the expansion club. Former Suns coach McKenna told the SACKED podcast he had issues with ex-Gold Coast strength and conditioning coach Dean Robinson and Stephen Dank, who was briefly employed by the Suns.
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Robinson and Dank would reunite at Essendon and oversee the club’s 2012 supplements program, which resulted in the suspension of 34 players for a year and rocked the AFL. “We brought him (Robinson) on obviously because of his record down at Geelong,” McKenna said. “That was a fairly short term of employment up on the Gold Coast because there were certain conversations held with me … “My simple response (to him) was ‘We are funded by $100 million by the AFL, mate. We can’t be seen to be bending or breaking a rule, so whatever we use with our players, it has to be on the green tick list. Simple’.
In a strange twist, McKenna was an assistant coach at the Bombers when the ASADA ban was handed down. ..................
No, no, Dank and Weapon were completely clean everywhere except Essendon! The AFL signed everything at Geelong off, no one (including the media) were shocked at how much bigger the Cats were in 2007.Not surprisingly, Geelong posters are extremely sensitive about this subject. Especially knowing that Dean Robinson let the cat out of the bag when he thanked and congratulated Stephen Dank for his vital and pivotal role in Geelong's premierships.
Geelong supporters say "nothing to see here" because it would be completely out of character for the AFL to try and sweep systematic cheating under the carpet.