North Melbourne Football club 3-5 year plan?

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The club is feverishly putting together a front to salvage the season and get us playing competitive football to ensure we don’t fall too far behind. It’s quite sad how out of our depth we are.
Thing is they'll do it too.

Brad has previously stated it take around 5/6 weeks of training to see changes on field. We'll likely win at least 1 between now and that point then be scrambling for the last 17 weeks of the year to try and push for finals. Which we will not give up on until absolutely mathematically impossible.

We will adapt and win enough footy to keep us off the bottom. Likely land in the mid 6.

The mid 6 is no where.

If we somehow were sitting around the 8 come round 18 I can almost guarantee a 'club' will be 'sniffing around Brad'. There will be media about this. Causing a whole bunch of sphincters in the North Board Meetings to twitch.
 

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So no one is accountable to anything because no plan exist.
Spot on ! We are the Boyz club....

Crocker has been there for 10 years plus and is doing a great job....
Scott is ……….doing a great job.....
Donald's son.....I mean Luke is doing a great job and doesn't get dropped....

We are still not sure what Donald McDonald does.....but the word is, he is doing a great job...

So rest assured....we dont need a plan because everyone is doing a great job !

NMFC IS the Boyz club.
 

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I believe it's the West Ham plan. If the planets align and everything falls in our favour, we may just manage to finish 7th within 3-5 years. But never lower than 13th.

As for Brad and the playing group, I think the plan is to buy as much real estate before the pay cheques end.
Tell me about it, I support both
 
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As for Brad and the playing group, I think the plan is to buy as much real estate before the pay cheques end.
Why bother playing professional football if you can't own a house or two by the end of it?

What else are you there for? Trophies? Medallions? You can't raise a family in a premiership flag, now can you?
 
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1 farewell party for Bloody Scott
2 all player need a surgery to make bigger magnetic hand for making mark.
3 all player need a surgery to get 4 legs for running faster
4 Lmac need a big brain surgery for updating from Windows 95 to latest model
5 Get Josh Kelly
 

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Why bother playing professional football if you can't own a house or two by the end of it?

What else are you there for? Trophies? Medallions? You can't raise a family in a premiership flag, now can you?
When you see guys like Byron Pickett, who has bugger all left, its not a bad thing to teach the kids how to set themselves up for the after life.
 

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A simple and bold plan we laughed at, finals in particular.
Credit due they achieved the ultimate two years later.

The Age
SPORTAFLRICHMOND
Tigers plan to be top Victorian club
By Michael Gleeson
March 4, 2010 — 3.00am
RICHMOND has embraced a vision for a golden decade with an ambitious plan to more than double membership, clear debt and play finals three times, all within five years.

The Tigers are determined to rouse the sleeping giant of football and their dormant fans through their plan, which carries a motto of 3-0-75. The motto stands for playing finals three times, having zero debt and signing 75,000 members within the next five years.

The five-year plan is about positioning the club for where it will be by the end of the decade, with a vision for 2020 that they return not just to being one of the top four Victorian clubs, but the top Victorian club.

Significant in the short term is the intention to play finals three times by 2014, which would require the Tigers to make the eight no later than 2012 - and stay there.


Left unstated was if, when or how many premierships the club hoped to win by 2020.

The five-year written plan, drafted by Brendon Gale after he took over as chief executive last year, pledges the club to the surprisingly bullish targets, which exceed the stated goals of any rival.

All staff at the club - players, coaches and administration - as well as the board gathered in the players' gym at Punt Road on Tuesday night for the presentation, and all ''signed up'' to the goals.

The plan has been driven by Gale and reflects the belief at the club that, after two years of significant personnel change, the Tigers have the critical people in place to attack such broad goals.

Gale has taken over as chief executive, Craig Cameron as general manager of football, Damien Hardwick is the new senior coach, Simon Derrick has been appointed commercial operations manager and Cain Liddle is membership manager.


Richmond carries about $4 million in debt, although importantly the new final stage of its Punt Road redevelopment is being done without further capital input by the club. The existing debt would be wiped out and the club would enjoy strong profit growth after retiring the debt.

The financial improvement would ride from a doubling of membership to hit a target of 75,000 members. The Tigers last year enjoyed a record membership of 37,000, which was primarily seen as a spike in response to the arrival of Ben Cousins.

The long-held belief at Richmond, and broadly in football, is that there is a huge reserve of support that has drifted from the club over the past two decades, which have been marked by upheaval and poor on-field performance.

However, Gale reminded staff on Tuesday that Richmond was the first club in the VFL to attract one million fans to its games in a year - 1972 and again in 1973 - while the next club to do so, Collingwood, took until 1979. Essendon did not do so until 1993 and Carlton 1995.

The belief is not just that Richmond can get back to being one of the top four Victorian clubs but that it can get back to being the top club.


On the field, Richmond comes from a long way back in its push to make the finals, having finished 15th last year and being the bookmakers' favourite for the wooden spoon this year.

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Complicating matters is that to fill holes remaining in their list the Tigers confront drafts weakened by the concessions for the Gold Coast and Western Sydney.

Gale last night declined to comment on the strategic plan, saying he wanted to send the information to members first.


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#36
A simple and bold plan we laughed at, finals in particular.
Credit due they achieved the ultimate two years later.

The Age
SPORTAFLRICHMOND
Tigers plan to be top Victorian club
By Michael Gleeson
March 4, 2010 — 3.00am
RICHMOND has embraced a vision for a golden decade with an ambitious plan to more than double membership, clear debt and play finals three times, all within five years.

The Tigers are determined to rouse the sleeping giant of football and their dormant fans through their plan, which carries a motto of 3-0-75. The motto stands for playing finals three times, having zero debt and signing 75,000 members within the next five years.

The five-year plan is about positioning the club for where it will be by the end of the decade, with a vision for 2020 that they return not just to being one of the top four Victorian clubs, but the top Victorian club.

Significant in the short term is the intention to play finals three times by 2014, which would require the Tigers to make the eight no later than 2012 - and stay there.


Left unstated was if, when or how many premierships the club hoped to win by 2020.

The five-year written plan, drafted by Brendon Gale after he took over as chief executive last year, pledges the club to the surprisingly bullish targets, which exceed the stated goals of any rival.

All staff at the club - players, coaches and administration - as well as the board gathered in the players' gym at Punt Road on Tuesday night for the presentation, and all ''signed up'' to the goals.

The plan has been driven by Gale and reflects the belief at the club that, after two years of significant personnel change, the Tigers have the critical people in place to attack such broad goals.

Gale has taken over as chief executive, Craig Cameron as general manager of football, Damien Hardwick is the new senior coach, Simon Derrick has been appointed commercial operations manager and Cain Liddle is membership manager.


Richmond carries about $4 million in debt, although importantly the new final stage of its Punt Road redevelopment is being done without further capital input by the club. The existing debt would be wiped out and the club would enjoy strong profit growth after retiring the debt.

The financial improvement would ride from a doubling of membership to hit a target of 75,000 members. The Tigers last year enjoyed a record membership of 37,000, which was primarily seen as a spike in response to the arrival of Ben Cousins.

The long-held belief at Richmond, and broadly in football, is that there is a huge reserve of support that has drifted from the club over the past two decades, which have been marked by upheaval and poor on-field performance.

However, Gale reminded staff on Tuesday that Richmond was the first club in the VFL to attract one million fans to its games in a year - 1972 and again in 1973 - while the next club to do so, Collingwood, took until 1979. Essendon did not do so until 1993 and Carlton 1995.

The belief is not just that Richmond can get back to being one of the top four Victorian clubs but that it can get back to being the top club.


On the field, Richmond comes from a long way back in its push to make the finals, having finished 15th last year and being the bookmakers' favourite for the wooden spoon this year.

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Complicating matters is that to fill holes remaining in their list the Tigers confront drafts weakened by the concessions for the Gold Coast and Western Sydney.

Gale last night declined to comment on the strategic plan, saying he wanted to send the information to members first.


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On field success is all that matters
It fixed Richmondn
 

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On field success is all that matters
It fixed Richmondn
You need the smarts to ride the wave off-field too though.

Was thinking of Gale before Royal Flush posted that. We are crying out for some passionate North supporters and alumni to group and steer the club back to a level of aggression. I've mentioned Corey McKernan before, Ron Joseph would surely be happy to dust off the briefcase, Eugene has a bit to offer in the hunt and gathering stakes.

Even people we've ridiculed like David King could well be strong allies if they could see a proper direction from the club and feel they're back in the fold properly.

But someone with the right credentials needs to start it.
 

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A simple and bold plan we laughed at, finals in particular.
Credit due they achieved the ultimate two years later.

The Age
SPORTAFLRICHMOND
Tigers plan to be top Victorian club
By Michael Gleeson
March 4, 2010 — 3.00am
RICHMOND has embraced a vision for a golden decade with an ambitious plan to more than double membership, clear debt and play finals three times, all within five years.

The Tigers are determined to rouse the sleeping giant of football and their dormant fans through their plan, which carries a motto of 3-0-75. The motto stands for playing finals three times, having zero debt and signing 75,000 members within the next five years.

The five-year plan is about positioning the club for where it will be by the end of the decade, with a vision for 2020 that they return not just to being one of the top four Victorian clubs, but the top Victorian club.

Significant in the short term is the intention to play finals three times by 2014, which would require the Tigers to make the eight no later than 2012 - and stay there.


Left unstated was if, when or how many premierships the club hoped to win by 2020.

The five-year written plan, drafted by Brendon Gale after he took over as chief executive last year, pledges the club to the surprisingly bullish targets, which exceed the stated goals of any rival.

All staff at the club - players, coaches and administration - as well as the board gathered in the players' gym at Punt Road on Tuesday night for the presentation, and all ''signed up'' to the goals.

The plan has been driven by Gale and reflects the belief at the club that, after two years of significant personnel change, the Tigers have the critical people in place to attack such broad goals.

Gale has taken over as chief executive, Craig Cameron as general manager of football, Damien Hardwick is the new senior coach, Simon Derrick has been appointed commercial operations manager and Cain Liddle is membership manager.


Richmond carries about $4 million in debt, although importantly the new final stage of its Punt Road redevelopment is being done without further capital input by the club. The existing debt would be wiped out and the club would enjoy strong profit growth after retiring the debt.

The financial improvement would ride from a doubling of membership to hit a target of 75,000 members. The Tigers last year enjoyed a record membership of 37,000, which was primarily seen as a spike in response to the arrival of Ben Cousins.

The long-held belief at Richmond, and broadly in football, is that there is a huge reserve of support that has drifted from the club over the past two decades, which have been marked by upheaval and poor on-field performance.

However, Gale reminded staff on Tuesday that Richmond was the first club in the VFL to attract one million fans to its games in a year - 1972 and again in 1973 - while the next club to do so, Collingwood, took until 1979. Essendon did not do so until 1993 and Carlton 1995.

The belief is not just that Richmond can get back to being one of the top four Victorian clubs but that it can get back to being the top club.


On the field, Richmond comes from a long way back in its push to make the finals, having finished 15th last year and being the bookmakers' favourite for the wooden spoon this year.

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RICHMOND
I signed, so should you: Cotchin
Complicating matters is that to fill holes remaining in their list the Tigers confront drafts weakened by the concessions for the Gold Coast and Western Sydney.

Gale last night declined to comment on the strategic plan, saying he wanted to send the information to members first.


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Seven years later? And in the life of this plan they didn't get anywhere near it?

I don't need to know what the plan is. But surely there are performance goals internally that need to be met.
 

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Hey guys i am wondering if anyone knows what is or what was the NMFC on-field plan? I cant recall if this was made public at any stage or if it was ever announced?
To win a premiership or two would be nice.
But in reality, we probably don't have one, or if we do it's to increase Huddle usage, make sure VFLW facilities are on par with AFLW, and that our VFL listed blokes have a good career pathway post footy.
 

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A simple and bold plan we laughed at, finals in particular.
Credit due they achieved the ultimate two years later.

The Age
SPORTAFLRICHMOND
Tigers plan to be top Victorian club
By Michael Gleeson
March 4, 2010 — 3.00am
RICHMOND has embraced a vision for a golden decade with an ambitious plan to more than double membership, clear debt and play finals three times, all within five years.

The Tigers are determined to rouse the sleeping giant of football and their dormant fans through their plan, which carries a motto of 3-0-75. The motto stands for playing finals three times, having zero debt and signing 75,000 members within the next five years.

The five-year plan is about positioning the club for where it will be by the end of the decade, with a vision for 2020 that they return not just to being one of the top four Victorian clubs, but the top Victorian club.

Significant in the short term is the intention to play finals three times by 2014, which would require the Tigers to make the eight no later than 2012 - and stay there.


Left unstated was if, when or how many premierships the club hoped to win by 2020.

The five-year written plan, drafted by Brendon Gale after he took over as chief executive last year, pledges the club to the surprisingly bullish targets, which exceed the stated goals of any rival.

All staff at the club - players, coaches and administration - as well as the board gathered in the players' gym at Punt Road on Tuesday night for the presentation, and all ''signed up'' to the goals.

The plan has been driven by Gale and reflects the belief at the club that, after two years of significant personnel change, the Tigers have the critical people in place to attack such broad goals.

Gale has taken over as chief executive, Craig Cameron as general manager of football, Damien Hardwick is the new senior coach, Simon Derrick has been appointed commercial operations manager and Cain Liddle is membership manager.


Richmond carries about $4 million in debt, although importantly the new final stage of its Punt Road redevelopment is being done without further capital input by the club. The existing debt would be wiped out and the club would enjoy strong profit growth after retiring the debt.

The financial improvement would ride from a doubling of membership to hit a target of 75,000 members. The Tigers last year enjoyed a record membership of 37,000, which was primarily seen as a spike in response to the arrival of Ben Cousins.

The long-held belief at Richmond, and broadly in football, is that there is a huge reserve of support that has drifted from the club over the past two decades, which have been marked by upheaval and poor on-field performance.

However, Gale reminded staff on Tuesday that Richmond was the first club in the VFL to attract one million fans to its games in a year - 1972 and again in 1973 - while the next club to do so, Collingwood, took until 1979. Essendon did not do so until 1993 and Carlton 1995.

The belief is not just that Richmond can get back to being one of the top four Victorian clubs but that it can get back to being the top club.


On the field, Richmond comes from a long way back in its push to make the finals, having finished 15th last year and being the bookmakers' favourite for the wooden spoon this year.

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RICHMOND
I signed, so should you: Cotchin
Complicating matters is that to fill holes remaining in their list the Tigers confront drafts weakened by the concessions for the Gold Coast and Western Sydney.

Gale last night declined to comment on the strategic plan, saying he wanted to send the information to members first.


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You and me both... i laughed hard at their plan but they did very well in the years that followed.

Port are similar - they're arrogant. They made big calls in the offseason. It at least puts them on a path for potential success. It might turn south on them but at least they have the balls to try something different. If its not working... change.
 
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Seven years later? And in the life of this plan they didn't get anywhere near it?

I don't need to know what the plan is. But surely there are performance goals internally that need to be met.
By 2015 they'd achieved their 3x finals campaigns target, 1 year late. I have no idea or interest in their debt and membership but presume by 2017 (3 years late) they'd nailed those as well while achieving a flag.

Classic 'stretch targets' as I'm sure you're aware which saw them achieve the impossible on many fronts inside 7 years when they were an absolute basket case at the starting point (2009).

As for our performance goals, I think "surely" is a dangerous word to assume there. Wondered aloud at the beginning of 2017 what the internal expectations of Brad would be from thereon and not sure anyone definitely knew. There's no indication from outside that the board seem any more privy to such criteria.
 

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You and me both... i laughed hard at their plan but they did very well in the years that followed.

Port are similar - they're arrogant. They made big calls in the offseason. It at least puts them on a path for potential success. It might turn south on them but at least they have the balls to try something different. If its not working... change.
The Tigers plan after the five year plan was to win premierships by 2020. They didn't mention how many.
They still have two years to fulfill that with multiple premierships.

They have ticked every box of their goals.

Good on Port nothing arrogant about stating goals publicly.

I guess BS has a "Magic Happens" motivational picture hanging on his wall.

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A simple and bold plan we laughed at, finals in particular.
Credit due they achieved the ultimate two years later.
With the exception of the 75K members we pretty much achieved the same thing over a similar period. We did get 45K which was a record (and still is:rolleyes:).

If you think aboutthe period since 2016, we've had massive list turnover and right now seem to have the core of a list that'll probably see out the careers of Higgo, JZ, Cunners, Taz, maybe Brownie, the JPs and a few other players.

A. Balance across the midfield.

B. Until Maj jumped off the bridge a reasonable spine with good prospects. Its still okay and can be fixed. Could be even better if Maj recovers to a point where he can play.

C. Some good potential smaller forwards and backs (whatever/despite the game plan).

It can be built on but its also good in its own right. And there's the makings of the future midfield in there with them.

So if you take the end of '16 where the team had generation change we're two full seasons into a five year plan, hypothetically. First year (2017) - bottomed out and won 6 games. (Got LDU.) Second year - doubled that, won 12 games, (some people might say we were unlucky to miss finals but we had enough opportunities.)

Over the off season we recruited really well. If you look at the board mvp votes players who arrived this year or last year make up four of the top 7 positions. So they've arrived and improved the side immediately.

Two and a half years into the 5 years we are doing okay. Till two losses at the start of the season (but imo that is more a setback than a real indication of failure.)

This season should be a consolidation. We move into the eight then play above ourselves in the finals and win at least one but preferably more.

That leaves the following 2 years to make genuine assaults on the flag.

That's a five year plan.


Unfortunately for Scotts he only has 4 years and the third one has started badly.
 

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An on field plan is competitively sensitive. I don’t believe any club makes public their 3-5 year plan. Nor should they. It’s naive to think otherwise.
 

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You need the smarts to ride the wave off-field too though.

Was thinking of Gale before Royal Flush posted that. We are crying out for some passionate North supporters and alumni to group and steer the club back to a level of aggression. I've mentioned Corey McKernan before, Ron Joseph would surely be happy to dust off the briefcase, Eugene has a bit to offer in the hunt and gathering stakes.

Even people we've ridiculed like David King could well be strong allies if they could see a proper direction from the club and feel they're back in the fold properly.

But someone with the right credentials needs to start it.
And, fwiw, they would likely have my vote.
 

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With the exception of the 75K members we pretty much achieved the same thing over a similar period. We did get 45K which was a record (and still is:rolleyes:).

If you think aboutthe period since 2016, we've had massive list turnover and right now seem to have the core of a list that'll probably see out the careers of Higgo, JZ, Cunners, Taz, maybe Brownie, the JPs and a few other players.

A. Balance across the midfield.

B. Until Maj jumped off the bridge a reasonable spine with good prospects. Its still okay and can be fixed. Could be even better if Maj recovers to a point where he can play.

C. Some good potential smaller forwards and backs (whatever/despite the game plan).

It can be built on but its also good in its own right. And there's the makings of the future midfield in there with them.

So if you take the end of '16 where the team had generation change we're two full seasons into a five year plan, hypothetically. First year (2017) - bottomed out and won 6 games. (Got LDU.) Second year - doubled that, won 12 games, (some people might say we were unlucky to miss finals but we had enough opportunities.)

Over the off season we recruited really well. If you look at the board mvp votes players who arrived this year or last year make up four of the top 7 positions. So they've arrived and improved the side immediately.

Two and a half years into the 5 years we are doing okay. Till two losses at the start of the season (but imo that is more a setback than a real indication of failure.)

This season should be a consolidation. We move into the eight then play above ourselves in the finals and win at least one but preferably more.

That leaves the following 2 years to make genuine assaults on the flag.

That's a five year plan.


Unfortunately for Scotts he only has 4 years and the third one has started badly.
We are not in a bad place at all.
The main point of discussion is that the club has not stated a 5 year plan.
A bold 5 year plan or any plan.
The best was JB in 07 08.
He outlined a bold strategy for the club and ticked the boxes along the way to making it happen.

Moving forward,
How are positioned now moving forward. How does that fit in with the longer term ambition?
When do we expected to be a top 8 team, a top 4 team a contender?
Kelly, Martin, Gaff. Were the plan.
If we had got one of them what would be the end goal and when.
Lots of airy fairy **** at our club.
I liked it when our theme song ended with north melbourne will be premiers in 199....
At least that was bold mantra.
For the Tigers to state in 2010 they will be playing in 3 final series, and win a granny by 2020 that was ambitious and bold.
To mere mention of 75k members in 2010 seemed like an absolute unachievable dream.




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I liked it when our theme song ended with north melbourne will be premiers in 199....
It should be current for every year. "Just you wait and see" needs to go.

One of those lines shows intent and reinforces a positive attitude and desire. The other is wishy washy ********.

And I pretty much agree with the rest of what you said.
 

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It should be current for every year. "Just you wait and see" needs to go.

One of those lines shows intent and reinforces a positive attitude and desire. The other is wishy washy ********.

And I pretty much agree with the rest of what you said.
And I reckon the players would be uncomfortable signing the current year as premier because they don't believe it.

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I'd like the club to say Brad needs to play in a GF to get extended, or look like it halfway thru next year after a PF this year at least.

That should be our plan.
 
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