In fairness to Sloaney, he probably doesn't know who Younie is. Very senior players wouldn't be involved in development.
It's interesting your 2nd point. I would agree with you on it, I think he's a good operator.There's this thing called a phone... you can even tweet from them these days!
Heath deserves the opportunity, good pick by Noble imo.
Our youth development used to be one of the best in the competition (up until the point they stagnated because we refused to put them into the seniors to allow them to continue their growth).
Like our recruiting the development certainly dropped off in the last few years but I'm inclined to put the blame on Pyke for both.
I think that theoretically a reserve side would be advantageous but I agree it has to have significant changes to allow all our players to play in their main position in order for it to be a positive.I still don’t believe having our own reserve side, in this format, is beneficial.
It's hilarious that this is how people think, you know there's this old fashioned use for a telephone, it's called calling someone.My first thought when I saw Doedees post was 'just make him captain already!', well ingrained in the AFC culture.
I love when make happy birthday posts to people who don't even have that platform and won't ever see it.It's hilarious that this is how people think, you know there's this old fashioned use for a telephone, it's called calling someone.
Tom is a prolific tweeter, it's how he chose to say what he said. Others do other things.
It's like when people say "OMG you didn't say Happy birthday to your wife on Facebook". No I didn't, I spoke to her this morning.