Went looking on Twitter and found nothing.Apart from an article in June saying he’s likely to leave end of this year I can’t find any reporting.
AFL 2019: Stephen Silvagni leaving Carlton, likely to depart at end of 2019, move to Fremantle, Ross Lyon Lygon StreetCarlton list manager Stephen Silvagni is “more than likely” to leave the club “of his own accord” at the end of 2019, according to <i>Foxfooty.com.au</i> senior AFL reporter Tom Morris.www.foxsports.com.au
Hot Breakfast chief footy reporter Tom Browne had some mail on Stephen Silvagni’s future at Carlton this morning.
“Stephen Silvagni, SOS, a key architect in their resurgence, he’s been their (Carlton’s) list manager during this period where there’s pretty optimistic views on their list, in one regard I guess he’s done the hard yards,” Browne said.
“I think within the next month is highly likely now he’ll step away from the club… at the moment Cain Liddle, who’s the CEO, a very competent CEO, has been restructuring the football department with some of his own key appointments.
“There’s now a view that if SOS was to leave the club as list manager Cain Liddle would appoint an alternative list manager.
“The club say that is not the case.”
Browne said that some of the changes made at Carlton in recent times have taken some power away from Silvagni.
“SOS is one of the most powerful people at Carlton, at least he was up until 12 months ago,” he said.
“But over the last 12 months there’s been a football manager appointed, Brad Lloyd, there’s also been a different list manager, Mick Agresta, appointed, and there’s a view that some of the power’s gone away from SOS, but there’s also some key power brokers that still support SOS.”
Browne also had some mail on Silvagni’s potential replacement.
“I think they’re interested in Sydney’s recruiting manager if it came to that… Kinnear Beatson,” he said.
“Which Carlton deny at this stage.”
"a key architect in their resurgence "
Correct. Since 2016 Carlton have gone 7 wins, 6 wins, 2 wins, 7 wins. By the numbers 2018 was the anomaly.
Of course it's not the same, and it won't be the same next year or the year after.You'd have to be pretty daft to think our list right now is basically the same as the list in 2016. The wins might be the same but the list in 2016 was going nowhere fast whereas now we look poised to finally take some steps forward.
The same ladder position and that's probably the only thing you can say is the same between the 2. The club openly said it will need to go backwards to go forwards, and now we actually look like we are going forwards. We definitely didn't in 16'Of course it's not the same, and it won't be the same next year or the year after.
But it's in the same position it was in in 2016.
But you did go forwards in 2016, 2015 was 4 wins wasn't it?The same ladder position and that's probably the only thing you can say is the same between the 2. The club openly said it will need to go backwards to go forwards, and now we actually look like we are going forwards. We definitely didn't in 16'