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Has he really though?! As Mike mentioned this morning, he asks him why he didn't show up to his induction to the HOF.He also said Dunks spills some stuff on why he had a falling out with the club.
Here are a few articles from over the years that may help shed some light on what he may say from how he saw things.
"Dunkley has not been back to the club since he retired in 2002 and chose not to attend his own induction into the Swans' Hall of Fame two years ago.
Although Dunkley attended the 2012 grand final to cheer on his former team, unlike his two sons - Josh and Kyle - he didn't go into the Swans' rooms after the game to share in the victory celebrations.
"I don't hate the place but I've moved on," Dunkley told The Daily Telegraph.
It is understood Dunkley's animosity towards the Swans stems from the decision by then coach Paul Roos to end his stellar career at the end of 2002 as part of a rebuilding process following the Rodney Eade era.
Asked if he had a problem with 16-year-old Josh going to the Swans under the father and son rule Dunkley said: "In a perfect world he'd get a Victorian club."
For those who can
No curtains being brought out onto the ground, vet called and big bang.no crutches/plaster/sling/hospital bed
This isn't surprising. You have no faith in the coaches, you have no faith in the club management, you have no faith in the doctors... is there any aspect of the club you have faith in?No curtains being brought out onto the ground, vet called and big bang.
Sure RobbieK he may not have a badly broken ankle, but he is possibly being jabbed up pre game and possibly half time. Twice have heard Heeney being described as limping in the pre game on ground warm up (ie the jabs had not fully kicked in).
I have no faith in our medico regime. Our recent record in cooking players may be the worst in the league. Few of our players return from serious injury. Many are forced to defer surgery and never get back to where they were.
Franklin, Jack, Tippett, Hanners, and prolly JPK are some of the higher profile players who have been parboiled or cooked to ash.
Here you go Bedders. And audio interview at bottom of page.Paul Williams on SEN now for an hour.
It is a really good interview.Here you go Bedders. And audio interview at bottom of page.