Roast Treloar’s partner fumes after being made the ‘scapegoat’ by Collingwood

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Farang83150

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Yeah WTF, missed the start and rewatching it now, why on earth did the Collingwood supporters start booing the guy??
Wasn't it bukley that said some of the players didn't want him at the club?
 

Elmer_Judd

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I get the feeling the fallout from the Treloar will ultimately be seen as the major trigger of Buckley's departure as coach of the Pies (aside from Eddie leaving of course)

He literally could not have publicly handled Treloar and Stephenson's exit from the Pies last year any worse.

Pies fans generally are a loyal and forgiving lot, but I think he has finally lost the trust and faith of a sizeable portion of their supporters.
 

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How stupid was the Collingwood crowd last night. This bloke loved that club. Did not want to move. Was kicked out for no reason other than poor accounting at a club level. First time they see him, what do they do? BOO!
Was at the game and didn't hear the booing. He did get a massive cheer from the crowd late in the last when he got the ball and the majority were Collingwood supporters.
 

conrad_437

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Was at the game and didn't hear the booing. He did get a massive cheer from the crowd late in the last when he got the ball and the majority were Collingwood supporters.
Was at the game too, heard minimal booing and most supporters treated him with respect. Watched the replay and it seemed to come out far more through the audio
 

Brad Goodman

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I get the feeling the fallout from the Treloar will ultimately be seen as the major trigger of Buckley's departure as coach of the Pies (aside from Eddie leaving of course)

He literally could not have publicly handled Treloar and Stephenson's exit from the Pies last year any worse.

Pies fans generally are a loyal and forgiving lot, but I think he has finally lost the trust and faith of a sizeable portion of their supporters.
I don't think he can take us further than he already has. That 2018 GF will forever be a missed opportunity.

Really the tennis-related Covid breach should have been a sackable offence. How could you respect your coach after such stupidity?
 

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Sea fog

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I reckon Footscray should not be that confident. They dominated possession but without some of our forward errors could have been under the pump to hold on.
 

who_let_the_dogs_out

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I reckon Footscray should not be that confident. They dominated possession but without some of our forward errors could have been under the pump to hold on.
To be fair, we were very wasteful going forward and Darcy Moore had a blinder. Roughead handy as well. Would and should have been an 8 goals + win.

This 22 has a lot of new pieces to it, will take a few games to get rolling. If our forward line dysfunction continues JUH may get a call up. Needed to bank the 4 points on the Friday night big stage, job done.
 

BronCrow

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To be fair, we were very wasteful going forward and Darcy Moore had a blinder. Roughead handy as well. Would and should have been an 8 goals + win.

This 22 has a lot of new pieces to it, will take a few games to get rolling. If our forward line dysfunction continues JUH may get a call up. Needed to bank the 4 points on the Friday night big stage, job done.
How close is JUH to senior selection?

Surely he is at least as good an option as Josh Bruce. Also Mitch Wallis appears wasted in the forward line to me. Are there better options up there for you?
 

who_let_the_dogs_out

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How close is JUH to senior selection?

Surely he is at least as good an option as Josh Bruce. Also Mitch Wallis appears wasted in the forward line to me. Are there better options up there for you?
Wallis was our leading goal scorer last season, he is a really smart forward at ground level despite being rather slow, he definitely holds his spot. What we need down there is blistering pace from a 3rd tall, which is where JUH comes into the equation. I'm tipping 1 or 2 more games to show he can back up 5 in the VFL on the weekend.

Bruce is lacking confidence with set shots, but took 11 marks against the pies. Worked his butt off, so he keeps his spot also.
 

Dazb86

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How close is JUH to senior selection?

Surely he is at least as good an option as Josh Bruce. Also Mitch Wallis appears wasted in the forward line to me. Are there better options up there for you?
Kicked 5 in the VFL but all the talk out of the club is he's not physically fit enough yet from missing out on playing last year.
 

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