That’s not a gameday coaching issue. He should be crashing packs every week. Instead he stands under it then jumps straight up, as defenders crash into HIM with great success.They’re plonking an extra in front of Coxy? Get Coxy to focus on crashing a pack with his knee out, cause some chaos.
Malthouse already won two flags at West Coast so he was already a proven winner.Mick Malthouse.
Andy Reid in the NFL had over 20 years. Cotton Fitzsimmons in the NBA 22 years. Only have to cast your mind back to this time last year when Ross Lyon was over 10 years coaching without ultimate success. There's a big list if you take the time to look it up.
This is the truth.I am less concerned about him on gameday than I am with the big picture plan.
Our strengths are rapid ball movement and utilising our dangerous small-medium forwards. Instead we are trying to direct traffic through Cox who is 1/10th of the player that Stephenson, Elliott and De Goey are... hell even Mihocek... simply because he's tall and can occasionally take a mark on a dry day.
I get you but should of done it at half time.wanted him to sit Cox the entire 4th and swing Moore forward but of course Wills was already riding the pine so we'd be out on our legs
Imo we are very close to needing a rebuild or at least a mini rebuild.So the question is really veiled as 'is it time to get a new coach?'. That's the impression I get from it.
If so then you've got to ask the question, is it time for a regeneration or even rebuild? If you're gonna throw out your current head coach then you're conceding that your not in the window.
Is he a good match day coach? That's hard to answer, being a system based team it's hard to know if obvious in game structural change makes that difference. Haven't seen any move that obvious from him yet.
To be fair to him, I don't think the list is that good and by and large unless that list is up and about it usually ends in disappointment. Last night is the opposite to rd 1 and largely the same group hasn't looked likely since 2018.
Nah, it's not JUST the coach. Think overall we're overrated, we won't be winning the flag this year and our window is shut. What's worse is we won't be making major changes i:e the coach, no club will. Every club is stuck with what they've got.
So that's us until who knows when, fun being a Collingwood supporter innit? NOT!
And we're not gonna get it coz covid, Bucks aint leavin anytime soon. Almost pulled off the unwarranted Houdini trick in 2018, to be fair we weren't / aren't that good. It's the system which is great but the execution is difficult, the list isn't super flash and overrated by the system. It's good but not flag good.Imo we are very close to needing a rebuild or at least a mini rebuild.
The bloke he replaced was a proven premiership coach Who took a bottom side to two grand finals within his first 4 seasons. Buckley took a grand finalist to the bottom rungs of the ladder.The bloke he replaced took 10 years to get a flag so he must've been piss poor even more
Given that implicit in your question that success means flags - then 99% of coaches are unsuccessful and by definition any change of coach doesn't guarantee success. So your premise that a change is the only way to get success is clearly false.