I was thinking about the recent Grand Final win and how Hardwick achieved it. He inherited a poor list in a club that was $5 million in debt. In 8 years he has rebuilt the list during the birth of GWS (so they were pillaging the top picks), made finals 4 of the last 5 seasons, developed two Brownlow winners, a Coleman medallist and multiple AA footballers and just achieved the ultimate. Then we have Chris Scott. He inherited a premiership list (let's face it, it was Bombers team) and won a flag in his first year 2011. Since then, they have traded to maintain a position, but, the longer his tenure has gone on, they have either gone backwards or tread water. So it begs the question, one coach had to rebuild a list, learn and develop, the other was provided a top end list with appropriate resources already there. Is Chris Scott the worst premiership coach since 2000 (or of modern times)?