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I have been to all their games in Victoria, other than the interstate ones,'' Arocca told The Sunday Age . ''I still love the club dearly, nothing has changed, whatever happened between me and the directors or the chairman is irrelevant to my club.
Story continues below Arocca's position had been under review, Brayshaw said. Long-time North Melbourne powerbroker Ron Joseph said this week he had quit the board in 2010 after becoming frustrated that Brayshaw was part of a cartel. Joseph accused
Story continues below Brayshaw wistfully stated he must now search for a new chief executive. Yesterday's hot rumour that Australian soccer chief and former Kangaroos vice-captain Ben Buckley was a candidate was convincingly denied by Buckley to The
Story continues below There was also a backdrop of alleged rifts between himself and Brayshaw and between the chief executive and Kangaroos football manager Donald McDonald. Brayshaw denied any feuds but admitted there had been friction during Arocca'
Story continues below Deep down, Arocca knows the Kangaroos will never be a monolithic corporate entity like Collingwood (the Magpies turned over $75 million last year; North is a $30 million business). Hence the pitch as an old-fashioned footy club,
Story continues below North Melbourne will not accept any money from World Vision, and will provide signage exposure Arocca believes to be worth up to $250,000 to the nation's biggest charity. Under World Vision's screening policies, it cannot accept
One of the club's aims this season was to move closer to securing an agreement with the Baillieu government to help provide funds for the construction of a multimillion-dollar stadium at Ballarat, helping to boost membership and sponsorship coffers.