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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    Ben Graham has been with us since 2013 and will really be missed.
    He had the dual role of Football Operations Manager and VFL General Manager and he has a role of match days

    We have a GM of Football operations and with no VFL likely next season he was probably in the wrong spot for 2021
    why do you say likely no VFL?

    There have been no reports of that?
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    why do you say likely no VFL?

    There have been no reports of that?
    I think GVGjr maybe referring to the east coast comp the AFL is creating.
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    why do you say likely no VFL?

    There have been no reports of that?
    Quote Originally Posted by Hotdog60 View Post
    I think GVGjr maybe referring to the east coast comp the AFL is creating.
    Yes, I don't know how that is likely to look
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by GVGjr View Post
    Yes, I don't know how that is likely to look
    Footscray Bulldogs will still continue next season, whether it's called VFL or something else.
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Mark Stevens reporting Morris back working in the commercial space with the coteries.
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    Mark Stevens reporting Morris back working in the commercial space with the coteries.
    Coterie calls in the morning, putting out the training cones in the afternoon?
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    Mark Stevens reporting Morris back working in the commercial space with the coteries.
    So Moz still at the club in some capacity?
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    Coterie calls in the morning, putting out the training cones in the afternoon?
    Sounds about right I reckon.
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by Eastdog View Post
    So Moz still at the club in some capacity?
    Yep!
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by azabob View Post
    Yep!
    Great to hear!
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    I think of you are dragging your feet paying for your membership next year then you might get a call from Moz!
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Great news. People like Moz are the heart and soul of footy clubs. Dual role!

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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    It is interesting we moved on Joel Corey and Jordan Russell who have both been at the club for a number of years in a few different coaching roles - development and midfield. Beveridge and Grant must be extremely happy with how Maddox goes about it to keep him on.

    Interestingly I think I read Port Adelaide took the view that everyone took a pay cut so all their assistant coaches could stay on in 2020.
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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    Coterie calls in the morning, putting out the training cones in the afternoon?
    This sounds like really tricky ground. Coterie group work would not be part of the soft cap - and anything to do with players/player development is. IF we are sneakily (but quite obviously) trying to squeeze him in by doing this....it seems a bit more of a Carlton/Essendon move than a Western Bulldogs move, to be honest.

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    Re: Morris among Bulldogs coaching casualties

    Quote Originally Posted by Ozza View Post
    This sounds like really tricky ground. Coterie group work would not be part of the soft cap - and anything to do with players/player development is. IF we are sneakily (but quite obviously) trying to squeeze him in by doing this....it seems a bit more of a Carlton/Essendon move than a Western Bulldogs move, to be honest.
    Yep, not the sort of thing we'd normally do so it might not even be considered, just a bit of a gag on my behalf.

    I'd imagine some staff in the coteries team were actually let go, so is it a bit unusual to have an ex-player/coach moved into a full time role they have no previous experience in?
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