Give him one year then if they're so ******* soft that they can't handle media attention!2 years is fine. Realistically he was always going to get the extension, and can’t see that it would have been less. The new 6 month payout really is protecting us from ourselves though here.
My gripe is that I would have held out until mid season and judged him heavily on our start to this year. No finals no contract. But they’ve gone early to stop it being a media talking point or take the soft option of avoiding it becoming a big focal point if we have a bad start.
Agreed. If there was to be an early extension, then a 1 year would've been tolerable, but to know we have gifted 2 more for a total of 3 more years is crazy. That's a huge contract length. It's the sort of length you sign a premiership winning coach too.Give him one year then if they're so ******* soft that they can't handle media attention!
What she said ^^Honestly I'm just over this club. It uses the moniker 'PAFC' but in reality the current mob have more in common with the corporate schmoozing white-collar mediocrity of the Adelaide Crows than the old traditional working class never-give-in Port Adelaide.
These frauds are just a pack of losers who believe near enough is good enough, who are comfortable sitting back getting fat on over-inflated paychecks in a boys' club environment where no-one is ever held accountable and nothing ever really changes. As long as they can keep enough money trickling in from the gullible masses they will be here forever, because what impetus is there for them to move on?
This isn't the real Port Adelaide. It doesn't exist to win premierships. It's just a brand that exists to take your money and deliver a mediocre product year after year after year. Honestly credit to Ken Hinkley for squeezing every last cent out before he eventually fu**s off back to Geelong and promptly forgets all about us, it's truly been a masterclass of swindling con-artistry.
If you pay your hard-earned money to this soulless corporate franchise that was once the Port Adelaide Football Club, and expect anything other than mediocrity, cynical cash grabs and corporate flaccidity, well, the joke is on you I'm afraid.
Disagree I think it's pretty important hence the saying his lost the player's.
The players have loved him for his entire tenure and we've been mentally fragile underachievers throughout. The players loving him is completely meaningless. It gets wheeled out time and time again because he's literally good at nothing else a coach is supposed to be good at.