- Jul 7, 2014
- AFL Club
I would very much doubt Sheedy has his wires crossed. He just won't hide it as well as the others. Brasher said on SEN that he 'thinks Rutten will be taking up Sheedy's offer'- this is despite them apparently barely knowing each other. What does that tell you about how optional the 'mentorship' is?That's the part of the article where it felt to me like Sheedy and Brasher have their wires crossed. Brasher saying Sheeds wouldn't be involved and then this from Sheedy, sounds like Sheeds needs clarity about his role.
They aren't bringing Sheedy onto the board to conflict with anything they want to do. He's a safe seat and a great pitch to supporters. They will all be on the same page here - Pro Dodoro (they have both defended Dodoro in the last few days) and and Campbell....everyone's actually doing a great job just wait for next year etc. This looks far more like a batton change than a revolution and that should suprise nobody. .