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Discussion in 'Essendon' started by Tassieboy, Mar 14, 2012.
Yeah dude that's why I was asking.
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According to "Wikipedia" this is the 1942 Grand Final team, maybe some one can work it out from that.
B: Elton Plummer Cec Ruddell Perc Bushby
HB: Bob Flanigan Wally Buttsworth Allan Hird
C: Ernie Coward Laurie Dearle Jack Caesar
HF: Gordon Abbott Gordon Lane Bill Hutchison
F: Tom Reynolds Ted Leehane Murray Exelby
Foll: Hugh Torney Jack Cassin Dick Reynolds (c)
Reserve(s): Sid Silk
Coach: Dick Reynolds
Thin sash for the win.
So much better.
Yet some complain bitterly about the current sash - Looking at pictures from the past to today and it's clear the design of the sash, has had different incarnations.
Here's the 1942 team photo if someone wants to play "match that face"...
when is eth-dog back
i have a cricket draft to win
Do do dooooo do doooo do do do do dooo
got the keys to the city, baaaaaaaaaaabaaaay
I just realised BigFooty is based on BigFoot
I too came to this realisation about a week ago.
Question: What are the typical pay ranges for coaching staff?
I said in the trade thread that Stanton got picked up by Carlton and it prompted me to wonder what he might be earning.
Interesting question. Someone else might have a better answer, but I was curious and did a bit of googling, it looks like there isn't a standard contract for coaches, and as of this article in 2011: http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sp...e78a217d5?sv=89df277adc5c9108525f588991080a74
The average wage for senior coaches was 525k and assistants was 125k. Altogether with 17 clubs they were spending 9mil on senior coaches and 16mil on assistants.
I imagine it's gone up a bit since then, but it's a starting point I suppose.
I think there is a cap on football department spending generally, which would presumably include coaching salaries?
Thanks for that Lore
Yeah the cap would cover all coaching salaries I would've thought.
Wouldn't mind the AFL releasing more data on that.
are there any membership packages that can get a second ticket aswell ?
to add on to my above question:
say if i got the bronze home package, reserved seat. every game i went to do i have to print a ticket off or just rock up with the membership card?
and with the bronze home/away access, is there reserved seating for the away games ?
Was watching replay of that great game in 2001, when Norf were 12 goals up and we won, and noticed sitting on the bench next to players with headphones on was Dodoro. What was his role at the club back then?