If you are disappointed with the coach over that, then maybe you might be getting a little close to this Mitch Robbo thing?Media. Certainly not Fagan. When it was mentioned in the press conference Fagan launched into he actually thought it was Neale who took the game on and changed the course of the game in the ten minutes at the start of the third. Which he did but..
It was a disappointing response- the medal was awarded to Mitch and his coach should have let him have his moment in the limelight. Hell, he should have given him a public pat on the back.
My first time fagan disappointment.
FWIW, the sense I’m getting from the media articles I’ve read (Whiting, Stafford, Hammo) is that they probably had Neale as marginally ahead as best on, although they weren’t making a big deal of it. Not sure the coach should be criticised for the same point of view.