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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:11 pm

Chambo, my reasoning is the others would have higher ambitions, not sure Backwell would, Glenelg need stability which is the main reason Lokan had a contract extension during his tenure in the first place, if Glenelg signed a “big name for 2018-19 & he left (like Hocking at South) what’s the point? Backwell spent time under Brad Gotch who I rate highly
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Post by mickyj on Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:42 pm

bayman wrote:Chambo, my reasoning is the others would have higher ambitions, not sure Backwell would, Glenelg need stability which is the main reason Lokan had a contract extension during his tenure in the first place, if Glenelg signed a “big name for 2018-19 & he left (like Hocking at  South) what’s the point? Backwell spent time under Brad Gotch who I rate highly

Good points I think your correct Bayman .
Big names don’t always stay around if the afl calls out .
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Tue Nov 14, 2017 6:31 pm

By the way I doubt Backwell would be considered highly enough, but a football person without any real afl ambition is the way to go imho, make no mistake Lokan has that ambition & believes he is better than he actually is, I’ll admit he took over Glenelg in unusual circumstances & has done a reasonable job but not an outstanding one
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Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Tue Nov 14, 2017 10:57 pm

I see your point, however, if Sturt adopted that, we wouldn't have 2 flags.
I think everyone knows Marty is bound for bigger things.

However, what he has done to date has been nothing short of amazing. 3 years out of him and I think the club would consider it a winner.

I think I can see both arguments.

I think Edwards and Thompson are as yet unproven so they would realistically need at least 2 years with a sanfl club before they're likely to have decent cred in the afl system. If you look at it another way, Mattner is a good 2 years ahead of them both.

They are also going to need 2 years of good results to push that cred in front of afl clubs' noses.

I reckon that coaching the Port and Crows sanfl sides is almost a dead end job if coaching an afl side is your goal.

It will be interesting to see which way the Bays go.
Both West and South have gone the "Backwell" type route.

Perhaps the ex-afl career coach is a bit on the nose to the sanfl clubs?
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Post by bayman on Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:31 am

There is a difference when comparing Mattner to some others, Mattner spent time in Sydney already as an assistant, he then came home to Sturt to start a coaching career in his own right & that was a great decision by him & Sturt.....personally given the reports from people I know at both Norwood & Sturt i’d earmark David Oatey to start with & I doubt the Glenelg board would even know of David Oateys’ reputation
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Post by mickyj on Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:21 pm

bayman wrote:There is a difference when comparing Mattner to some others, Mattner spent time in Sydney already as an assistant, he then came home to Sturt to start a coaching career in his own right & that was a great decision by him & Sturt.....personally given the reports from people I know at both Norwood & Sturt i’d earmark David Oatey to start with & I doubt the Glenelg board would even know of David Oateys’ reputation

I’ve seen online a south fan saying Glenelg are talking to Blackwell . Either that or they are reading your online posts Bayman
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Tue Nov 21, 2017 4:25 pm

Apparently Mark Clayton having an interview this afternoon, also apparently Jade Sheedy & Sam Lonergan are in the mix....presumably others are too

Personally I think we need a respected & experienced coach
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Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:17 pm

I really think a coach needs an assistant gig in either sanfl or afl as the main apprenticeship to be a coach at senior level.

Sheeds has been coaching bush and ammos but needs to get up to speed in the sanfl system before I think he would be a serious contender.

Similarly for other candidates.

I would have thought someone like Edwards is above those others. At least in where he's been working over the last 5 years.

Just out of interest is Luke Norman a possible? He's been at the Bay last season and around a bit. In a senior gig at Sturt (1 GF appearance) and assisted at 3 clubs I think. Or has his ship sailed?
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by Scrunch on Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:47 am

bayman wrote:Apparently Mark Clayton having an interview this afternoon, also apparently Jade Sheedy & Sam Lonergan are in the mix....presumably others are too

Personally I think we need a respected & experienced coach

From what Ive heard over the years, Clayton is very well regarded and respected in footy circles (the other lads might be too, I just haven't heard much about them)
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Thu Nov 30, 2017 6:40 pm

Scrunch wrote:
bayman wrote:Apparently Mark Clayton having an interview this afternoon, also apparently Jade Sheedy & Sam Lonergan are in the mix....presumably others are too

Personally I think we need a respected & experienced coach

From what Ive heard over the years, Clayton is very well regarded and respected in footy circles (the other lads might be too, I just haven't heard much about them)

i don't think he's favourite but Mark Clayton definitely in the top 4 or 5 going on what someone said to me in the shop today, this person is usually on the ball
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by Scrunch on Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:45 pm

bayman wrote:
Scrunch wrote:
bayman wrote:Apparently Mark Clayton having an interview this afternoon, also apparently Jade Sheedy & Sam Lonergan are in the mix....presumably others are too

Personally I think we need a respected & experienced coach

From what Ive heard over the years, Clayton is very well regarded and respected in footy circles (the other lads might be too, I just haven't heard much about them)

i don't think he's favourite but Mark Clayton definitely in the top 4 or 5 going on what someone said to me in the shop today, this person is usually on the ball
Other candidates should be quality too then, so augurs well for the Bays
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Tue Dec 05, 2017 5:12 pm

Stone the crows an announcement is imminent
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Post by Scrunch on Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:35 pm

bayman wrote:Stone the crows an announcement is imminent

Ha! Was only thinking earlier what odds on that line being trotted out in the media when the Bays play the Crows next season
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by blacky on Thu Dec 07, 2017 6:50 pm

Now we can say stone the tigers
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Thu Dec 07, 2017 7:05 pm

blacky wrote:Now we can say stone the tigers

I thought my cryptic clue wasn’t too bad......hopefully I hope you are all saying “how do we tame the tigers” however that is a long way off
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Post by bayman on Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:03 pm

http://sanfl.com.au/stone-throws-glenelg/

Glenelg has appointed AFL-experienced mentor Mark Stone as its senior coach for the next two years in a full-time capacity.

Stone will arrive at Brighton Road next week after a ”whirlwind” selection process which saw the stoppage specialist impress Tigers’ officials with his meticulous presentation.

Speaking on SANFL Radio, Stone said his experience with AFL clubs West Coast, Sydney and Fremantle had provided him with an array of aspects to build his own coaching philosophy.



He will not only look to put his own imprint on the football program at Tigerland but also empower his assistant coaches and player leaders to have significant input.

The 50-year-old said he was motivated to coach a team in his own right as well as play a major role in helping the Bays restore themselves a SANFL power, having gained an insight into the club’s recent battles on and off the field.

Stone replaces Matt Lokan who, after three seasons at the helm, departed on November 13 to coach Port Adelaide’s Magpies in the SANFL next year.

“Mark comes to the Club highly regarded for his strategic football knowledge and diligent approach to educating players at the elite level, qualities which will be welcomed by our players” Glenelg President Nick Chigwidden said.

“His appointment will be a great asset for the Glenelg Football Club and the SANFL competition.”

MARK STONE
1999-2000 Wagga Tigers Senior Coach
2001-2002 South Fremantle Assistant Coach
2003-2007 West Coast Stoppage and Opposition Analyst
2008-2010 Sydney Assistant Coach (Stoppages)
2011-2017 Fremantle Assistant Coach (Stoppages)
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Re: Glenelg Coach

Post by bayman on Thu Dec 07, 2017 9:05 pm

December 07, 2017 - GLENELG APPOINT SENIOR COACH
The Glenelg Football Club wishes to advise the appointment of our Senior Coach for 2018. After a thorough recruitment process to secure a coach to continue developing our young list, Mark Stone has been appointed for the following two seasons.
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The Glenelg Football Club wishes to advise the appointment of our Senior Coach for 2018.

After a thorough recruitment process to secure a coach to continue developing our young list, Mark Stone has been appointed for the following two seasons.

Stone has an impressive coaching cv having undertaken a variety of key coaching and development roles in the AFL with the Fremantle Dockers, Sydney Swans and West Coast over an extensive 16 year period. Importantly, he has been a key contributor in highly successful AFL Club cultures working alongside some of the games most respected coaches in Paul Roos, John Longmire, John Worsfold and Ross Lyon.

In welcoming Stone to Glenelg, Club President Nick Chigwidden announced that: “ Mark comes to the Club highly regarded for his strategic football knowledge and diligent approach to educating players at the elite level, qualities which will be welcomed by our players. His appointment will be a great asset for the Glenelg Football Club and the SANFL competition”.

In accepting the position said that: “I am thrilled to given the opportunity and excited by the challenge to coach Glenelg Football Club. The Club is on the path of improvement and I’m looking forward to working with our coaching staff and playing group to ensure we deliver the on field performances that our members and supporters deserve”

For media comment please contact Glenn Elliott.
December 06, 2017 - GIVE BIG THIS CHRISTMAS
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