- Apr 15, 2013
- AFL Club
Rumours over on the Carlton board suggesting Ross is trying to get his best mate Silvagni to Freo. Has Ross finally gone too far?
Yeah there was a “story” that maybe in fact ross was quizzing sos on list manages position at freo?? Wtf?-Interesting news that Silvagni will more then likely do his own thing and quit Carlton this year.. was only a lunch with business partners
West Coast want a new list manager? Then Ross and SOS can still catch up.Yeah there was a “story” that maybe in fact ross was quizzing sos on list manages position at freo?? Wtf?-
Just click bait but I’d actually go postal if they hired sos for anything list wise ...-absolute fraud of list manager, hope he stays st Carlton and destroys them from the inside
We win this we play finals imoRTB will be required to earn his money this week. We know that our best can now knock off anyone but we've been dealt hammer blows to our gun players and the next to step up need to do the job. Can we plug and play the talls and let the Lyon system continue against a side with similar make the 8 aspirations? As important a game in Ross's career as any.
Crazy talk - Bell was put in his current position without experience. CEO is a fair step up again.
It's an incredibly long bow considering Ross would have nothing to do with hiring people outside of coaches, and especially not people above or sideways from him.I'm operating on the assumption its a beat up, but one small possibility is that is an attempt by Lyon to defang Bell a bit by sticking his mate into the org structure in order to reduce Bells direct reports. E.G. have all the off field football departments report to SOS (List Management, NGA etc.). So Bells only direct reports become SOS and Lyon himself, rather than currently where Lyon, Micallef and Mzungu etc. presumably all report direct to Bell individually.
Yes I realise it's a long bow.
Obviously it also involves convincing the CEO it's a good idea.It's an incredibly long bow considering Ross would have nothing to do with hiring people outside of coaches, and especially not people above or sideways from him.
Yeah but it needs to be someone with footy experience to relay messages, SOS assuming that role would be great.Obviously it also involves convincing the CEO it's a good idea.
For the record I'm not actually super comfortable with the sight of Belly, GM of football, stomping around on matchday with whiteboards and giving quarter time interviews. This seems like going past helping out (Bondy use to help run the interchange from memory?) to borderline interference. In my view the head of footy can't be managing the whole of the footy department and meaningfully concentrate on matchday detail to any significant degree.