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PostPosted: Sun Oct 21, 2018 8:32 pm 
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I don’t want to hear “season ending” or “major setback” at all.


1 - 2 weeks.
I'm not sure... Were our previous woes due to fitness? Or treatment?... Aren't these two things handled by two different groups?

Sounds like the fitness staff have been replaced, but I would have thought it was our medical staff that had questions to answer....

Still, by all reports, AR will be a great get... Just hope ALL issues (related to injury management this year) have been addressed

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:37 am 
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We’ve long had the issue of players not being fit, strong or prepared enough, which has certainly contributed to our injury and recovery woes.

This will well and truly be Russell’s remit.

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 3:18 pm 
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billc3 wrote:
Teddy Hopkins wrote:
toddkurnski wrote:
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I don’t want to hear “season ending” or “major setback” at all.


1 - 2 weeks.
I'm not sure... Were our previous woes due to fitness? Or treatment?... Aren't these two things handled by two different groups?

Sounds like the fitness staff have been replaced, but I would have thought it was our medical staff that had questions to answer....

Still, by all reports, AR will be a great get... Just hope ALL issues (related to injury management this year) have been addressed

Go Blues


As director of High Performance, the physios, doctors and nutrition staff would be under Russells command I would assume


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:59 pm 
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billc3 wrote:
Teddy Hopkins wrote:
toddkurnski wrote:
Donstuie wrote:


I don’t want to hear “season ending” or “major setback” at all.


1 - 2 weeks.
I'm not sure... Were our previous woes due to fitness? Or treatment?... Aren't these two things handled by two different groups?

Sounds like the fitness staff have been replaced, but I would have thought it was our medical staff that had questions to answer....

Still, by all reports, AR will be a great get... Just hope ALL issues (related to injury management this year) have been addressed

Go Blues

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As director of High Performance, the physios, doctors and nutrition staff would be under Russells command I would assume



I would hope,

but I doubt it....

Don't think that is what was happening pre - AR's arrival, Don't think it has changed..

Does anyone know?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:45 pm 
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Hamish McIntosh as ruck coach:

http://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/2018-1 ... hing-panel


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:48 pm 
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Hopefully a step up in the right direction - welcome Hamish


CARLTON'S 2019 AFL COACHING PANEL
Senior Coach – Brendon Bolton

Assistant Coach (Midfield) – Cameron Bruce

Assistant Coach (Stoppages) – John Barker

Assistant Coach (Defenders) – Dale Amos

Assistant Coach (Forwards) – David Teague

Norther Blues VFL Coach – Josh Fraser

Development Coach (Defenders) – Shane Watson

Development Coach (Midfield) – Brent Stanton

Development Coach (Forwards) – Jason Davenport

Specialist Coach (Ruck) – Hamish McIntosh

Specialist Coach (Goal kicking) – Sav Rocca


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CARLTON Football Club has finalised its coaching structure for 2019, with Hamish McIntosh being appointed to the position of ruck coach.

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Senior Coach – Brendon Bolton
Assistant Coach (Midfield) – Cameron Bruce
Assistant Coach (Stoppages) – John Barker
Assistant Coach (Defenders) – Dale Amos
Assistant Coach (Forwards) – David Teague
Northern Blues VFL Coach – Josh Fraser
Development Coach (Defenders) – Shane Watson
Development Coach (Midfield) – Brent Stanton
Development Coach (Forwards) – Jason Davenport
Specialist Coach (Ruck) – Hamish McIntosh
Specialist Coach (Goal kicking) – Sav Rocca


Barker avoids the gallows again.......

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:57 pm 
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Good to see Amos still there. I must have imagined hearing he'd moved on.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 1:00 pm 
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CARLTON Football Club has finalised its coaching structure for 2019, with Hamish McIntosh being appointed to the position of ruck coach.

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Senior Coach – Brendon Bolton
Assistant Coach (Midfield) – Cameron Bruce
Assistant Coach (Stoppages) – John Barker
Assistant Coach (Defenders) – Dale Amos
Assistant Coach (Forwards) – David Teague
Northern Blues VFL Coach – Josh Fraser
Development Coach (Defenders) – Shane Watson
Development Coach (Midfield) – Brent Stanton
Development Coach (Forwards) – Jason Davenport
Specialist Coach (Ruck) – Hamish McIntosh
Specialist Coach (Goal kicking) – Sav Rocca


Barker avoids the gallows again.......


Has he been relieved of 'strategy and high performance' or whatever it was called ?

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:06 pm 
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Maybe given Russell has the same title now "Director of High Performance" I believe.

So Tim Clark was our midfield coach and we replace him with a ruck coach?

Then demote Bruce and Barker from senior assistant and head of strategy into midfield and stoppages respectively.

Not sure about that.


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Rexy wrote:
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CARLTON Football Club has finalised its coaching structure for 2019, with Hamish McIntosh being appointed to the position of ruck coach.

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Senior Coach – Brendon Bolton
Assistant Coach (Midfield) – Cameron Bruce
Assistant Coach (Stoppages) – John Barker
Assistant Coach (Defenders) – Dale Amos
Assistant Coach (Forwards) – David Teague
Northern Blues VFL Coach – Josh Fraser
Development Coach (Defenders) – Shane Watson
Development Coach (Midfield) – Brent Stanton
Development Coach (Forwards) – Jason Davenport
Specialist Coach (Ruck) – Hamish McIntosh
Specialist Coach (Goal kicking) – Sav Rocca


Barker avoids the gallows again.......


Has he been relieved of 'strategy and high performance' or whatever it was called ?



Dunno - he's still got it listed on the club website under the Executive and Staff section.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:54 pm 
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Nick wrote:
Maybe given Russell has the same title now "Director of High Performance" I believe.

So Tim Clark was our midfield coach and we replace him with a ruck coach?

Then demote Bruce and Barker from senior assistant and head of strategy into midfield and stoppages respectively.

Not sure about that.


Agree a bit underwhelming was expecting more changes, however coaches are well amalgamated now and new rule changes makes Ruck position important, still think midfield coaches could be more inspiring.

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It looks as though the structure has changed, so who can say for sure. But was there not a review of our coaching structure at the end of the season?

It might appear at first glance that Bruce has been "demoted" from Senior Asst. But that could just be a change of title, and I don't recall Stanton specifically being a "Midfield" development coach last year, so how do we know Stanton won't be the one moving the witch's hats while Bruce still maps out the plans?

There is of course Russell's role to consider as well. Does he take on some of the responsibility the ASST coaches originally had?

Re: McIntosh, looking at the article I didn't realise he's actually been doing coaching since his retirement, so we can't say he's totally inexperienced.

The one thing I think most of us can agree on is that Barker is VERY lucky.

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Donstuie wrote:
It looks as though the structure has changed, so who can say for sure. But was there not a review of our coaching structure at the end of the season?

It might appear at first glance that Bruce has been "demoted" from Senior Asst. But that could just be a change of title, and I don't recall Stanton specifically being a "Midfield" development coach last year, so how do we know Stanton won't be the one moving the witch's hats while Bruce still maps out the plans?

There is of course Russell's role to consider as well. Does he take on some of the responsibility the ASST coaches originally had?

Re: McIntosh, looking at the article I didn't realise he's actually been doing coaching since his retirement, so we can't say he's totally inexperienced.

The one thing I think most of us can agree on is that Barker is VERY lucky.


I thought that I read somewhere that Russell also coaches the mental application of the players role as well.


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:20 pm 
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bmaurizio wrote:
Nick wrote:
Maybe given Russell has the same title now "Director of High Performance" I believe.

So Tim Clark was our midfield coach and we replace him with a ruck coach?

Then demote Bruce and Barker from senior assistant and head of strategy into midfield and stoppages respectively.

Not sure about that.


Agree a bit underwhelming was expecting more changes, however coaches are well amalgamated now and new rule changes makes Ruck position important, still think midfield coaches could be more inspiring.


Bruce worked as midfield coach at Hawks, before Ratten got in there.
Bruce coached the midfield combo of Mitchell, Lewis, Burgoyne and Hodge when he was in there.
That group won premierships... and we were hoping we would get Mitchell from Perth, where he had a great influence.
Have you considered maybe Mitchell learned some of his craft from Bruce?

Bruce wasn't demoted. Where is all of this coming from?
Got keogh in another thread claiming our list turnover of 42 players isn't a real rebuild, then I read words describing the off field appointments as 'demotions' and 'uninspiring'. I get enough negative crap from the Carlton hating media and everyone who despises our past success. Yes some people still consider our past success as relevant.

Barker has not been demoted to stoppages...he was still doing that last year too.

There's a cap on off field spending and we have appointed brilliantly: Andrew Russell is another great addition (see Shane Crawfords opinion of the appointment.

Carlton off field appointments/team I give an A.

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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:29 pm 
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bondiblue wrote:
bmaurizio wrote:
Nick wrote:
Maybe given Russell has the same title now "Director of High Performance" I believe.

So Tim Clark was our midfield coach and we replace him with a ruck coach?

Then demote Bruce and Barker from senior assistant and head of strategy into midfield and stoppages respectively.

Not sure about that.


Agree a bit underwhelming was expecting more changes, however coaches are well amalgamated now and new rule changes makes Ruck position important, still think midfield coaches could be more inspiring.


Bruce worked as midfield coach at Hawks, before Ratten got in there.
Bruce coached the midfield combo of Mitchell, Lewis, Burgoyne and Hodge when he was in there.
That group won premierships... and we were hoping we would get Mitchell from Perth, where he had a great influence.
Have you considered maybe Mitchell learned some of his craft from Bruce?

Bruce wasn't demoted. Where is all of this coming from?
Got keogh in another thread claiming our list turnover of 42 players isn't a real rebuild, then I read words describing the off field appointments as 'demotions' and 'uninspiring'. I get enough negative crap from the Carlton hating media and everyone who despises our past success. Yes some people still consider our past success as relevant.

Barker has not been demoted to stoppages...he was still doing that last year too.

There's a cap on off field spending and we have appointed brilliantly: Andrew Russell is another great addition (see Shane Crawfords opinion of the appointment.

Carlton off field appointments/team I give an A.


As always Bondi.....sensible and dealing with the facts


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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:32 pm 
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Bluey44 wrote:
Hopefully a step up in the right direction - welcome Hamish


CARLTON'S 2019 AFL COACHING PANEL
Senior Coach – Brendon Bolton

Assistant Coach (Midfield) – Cameron Bruce

Assistant Coach (Stoppages) – John Barker

Assistant Coach (Defenders) – Dale Amos

Assistant Coach (Forwards) – David Teague

Norther Blues VFL Coach – Josh Fraser

Development Coach (Defenders) – Shane Watson

Development Coach (Midfield) – Brent Stanton

Development Coach (Forwards) – Jason Davenport

Specialist Coach (Ruck) – Hamish McIntosh

Specialist Coach (Goal kicking) – Sav Rocca


Of course he is.


Everything we have been doing off field is a step in the right direction.
Recent appointees:

Bruce from reigning premiers
Stanton a great midfielder fresh from retirement and passionate Carlton man.
Teague from the highest kicking forward line
Sav Rocca reappointed after cutting costs in his area and realising the mistake
Andrew Russell as the best mental and physical coach in the business drawing up individual programs for each and every player
Shane Watson was pinched from under Brad Scotts nose at NM where he was a great defensve coach.

Amos and Fraser I don't know anything about, but that's no reason to bag them.

Nevertheless, the strategy seems to be to recruit the best of breed.
I'm impressed, and I bet not only are the kids (and there's a lot of them under 23yo) and their parents know their kids are in good hands.

No one asked to be traded away from Carlton Football Club. There's a reason for that and it starts with the boss: Bolton the teacher

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It's good to see Amos returning to coach the backline again. They functioned very well as a unit in 2017 when he was calling the shots. It's good to rotate the coaches for their development but 2-3 years on the one line should be a minimum.

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I’m concerned with the lack of changes.


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