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Thewlis Dish

Brownlow Medallist
Sep 9, 2003
27,451
28,150
Five Star Laundry
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
FGR
Collingwood’s midfield seems happy to listen. In the end whatever other issues were in play we let go a well-credentialed women’s footy coach and replaced him with a lovely clubman with limited success as a coach and no experience in the women’s game at all.
Oh yeah I'm not defending it at all, just saying I think it wasn't just a cost-saving measure. There were some other concerns from within the playing group too, but no doubt we don't look nearly as well-coached this year.
 

DaveyBoy123

Norm Smith Medallist
Jan 26, 2003
6,887
12,115
Melbourne, Australia
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
Southampton, San Antonio, Buffalo
North Melbourne will look to rebound from its round four loss to the Magpies when it hosts a resurgent Carlton in Launceston on Saturday night.

Friday, February 26
Geelong v Richmond at GMHBA Stadium, 7.10pm AEDT
Saturday, February 27
Western Bulldogs v GWS Giants at VU Whitten Oval, 3:10pm AEDT
Fremantle v Brisbane at Fremantle Oval, 2.10pm AWST
North Melbourne v Carlton at UTAS Stadium, 7.10pm AEDT
Sunday, February 28
Adelaide v St. Kilda at Norwood Oval, 12:40pm ACDT
Collingwood v Melbourne at Victoria Park, 3:10pm AEDT
West Coast v Gold Coast at Mineral Resources Park, 2:10pm AWST
 

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shinboner magic

Brownlow Medallist
Apr 17, 2007
13,830
16,410
melb home of the kangas
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
hellas,liverpool,storm,au
Another thing I notice is that one of our defenders always runs towards the square like a goalkeeper. Got caught out a few times over the last fortnight , due to this.
We just seem to always be second to the ball when kicks go into each forward line.
 

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giantroo

Bleeding Blue and White
Sep 23, 2005
72,316
156,949
Melbourne
AFL Club
North Melbourne
Other Teams
Arsenal, Chicago Bulls
The North Melbourne Tasmanian Kangaroos have made three changes for Saturday night's clash against Carlton.

The defensive unit will gain some valuable experience, with Jess Duffin returning alongside Danielle Hardiman.

Duffin will play her first game since 2019, with the star defender welcoming her first child last year, and sidelined with an adductor injury for the first four rounds of 2021.

After a week out, Sophie Abbatangelo is back in the Roos' forward-line.

Jas Grierson will be managed and miss the must-win match, while Brooke Brown and Beth Lynch have been omitted.
 

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