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Through training we have gone a long way in doing that but, obviously, you can't fix anything until you play another game. "We just have to go out with the right mindset against quality opposition that we have to play the way we want to play...There
I'm pretty clear from a family point of view I won't be going past the three years. I think the three years certainly gives the club more stability, Roos said. The Demons have had five coaches in the past three years and even club boss Peter Jackson
It was more tongue in cheek ... bought him a bit of breathing space, he probably knew I wasn't going to make a decision for a while." Roos said the club was playing out both scenarios for the club's planning for next year, but he was prepared to wait
This means dual Hawthorn premiership mentor Alastair Clarkson, a former Melbourne player and the man the previous Demons' board offered a lucrative deal to in 2011, will again be available...Then aged 48, Clarkson could be tempted to leave on his
Roos said last week he was unsure whether to accept a third year because of family reasons but made up his mind over the bye weekend. He has said he will coach the Demons for no longer than three years, with the club still searching for a successor.
Justin McManus Melbourne coach Paul Roos says he is unsure about whether or not he will continue in the job beyond the end of 2015, but is willing to hasten his decision should the club request it...If it's an issue with the players, I'm more than
Asked if the inconsistency was linked to attitude, Swallow said: "We are still scratching our head a bit, working it out...We thought we turned it around from the Brisbane game [a four-point loss to the Lions at the Gabba on June 28], but obviously
In 1985, the Kangaroos surged to a stunning elimination-final victory which led to the departure of Blues coach David Parkin and a change in captaincy. Two years later there was the infamous "Battle of Britain", sparked by Carlton defender Ian Aitken
It's probably less about results and more about the way we go about it." Melbourne have enjoyed a resurgence in Roos' first year in charge, already posting four wins to double their 2013 tally. Roos admitted some of the club's young talent would
Netherlands on penalties to reach the World Cup final against Germany...Nine's renovation series The Block Neale Whitaker has today announced his next move. Wednesday night's result, it's time for the NSW Blues to dominate the Kangaroos side.