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It's one thing to get drafted, it's another thing to make it as a player and it's a bloody lot of work and you don't need other complications.'' McDonald will transition into a new commercial role this year before formally transferring into a full-
Arocca has a theory that "the front windscreen is always bigger than the rear-view mirror". For a man now deeply ensconced in his new role, as chief executive of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport, that seems appropriate.
North Melbourne chief executive Eugene Arocca has been appointed to head up the Confederation of Australian Motor Sports. Australia, Arocca has replaced outgoing chief executive David Morgan in the role. Arocca, who was a key administrator with the
Josh Robenstone THE North Melbourne board will undergo something of a shake-up tomorrow night with the resignation of Trevor O'Hoy, the former Foster's chief who has mentored and was once earmarked as a potential successor to chairman James Brayshaw.
Story continues below Kekovich has been approached by former Kangaroos director and strong Brayshaw critic Peter de Rauch, among others, to challenge for the club's presidency at a time when Brayshaw's leadership has come under fire after the
Paul Rovere PTR North Melbourne's unhappy season has tumbled further into turmoil, with CEO Eugene Arocca departing the club days after the club's humbling 115-point loss to Hawthorn in Launceston...North Melbourne tweeted: "In any way you care to
Sebastian Costanzo The Roos suspended the rookie-listed ruckman and sent him to train with VFL affiliate Werribee on Wednesday, later revealing the 20-year-old had lied to coach Brad Scott, denying being at a nightclub when club rules demanded he be
Sometime this year, it'd be on our agenda.'' He said a debt reduction plan would not involve one event. ''It will be a multitude of things.'' The Saints spent about $2 million on the move to Seaford. The Bulldogs have a debt of $4.5 million and
North Melbourne CEO Eugene Arocca has refuted a News Limited report stating that his club had completed a deal to play home games at Hobart's Bellerive Oval. "There is no deal we haven't sat down with anyone from Tasmania to talk about a deal. [But]
Carlton chief executive Greg Swann confirmed yesterday that his club would bid again for a Good Friday fixture when it submitted its 2011 wish list to the AFL later this month, and North's boss Eugene Arocca said he would be doing the same for the