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  1. #1
    Ext User(giovani) Guest

    Denial, denial, denial ....

    Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not within
    the AFL and sports system in Australia.

    If only a hand had been raised early in 2013, it is possible / probable
    that the AFL old boy network would have (been able to) close(d) ranks,
    delivered slaps on wrists and had all back to "normal" by June.

    The arrogance shown has been very costly ... and one loses all respect
    for Essendon administration with their promise of contract to 2016. How
    can they expect continued support by fans, players and families?

    What coach in their right mind would take on the Bombers for 21 games in
    2014, only to then hand over to the white haired boy. Management
    stupidity at its best.

  2. #2
    Ext User(David Clayton) Guest

    Re: Denial, denial, denial ....

    On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 11:04:54 +0000, giovani wrote:

    > Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not within
    > the AFL and sports system in Australia.
    >
    > If only a hand had been raised early in 2013, it is possible / probable
    > that the AFL old boy network would have (been able to) close(d) ranks,
    > delivered slaps on wrists and had all back to "normal" by June.
    >

    It seems fairly obvious that the AFL have been working on a damage control
    - for the competition, not Essendon - strategy for quite a while, pity the
    deluded arrogance of those at Windy Hill kept sabotaging the path to the
    inevitable outcome.

    > The arrogance shown has been very costly ... and one loses all respect
    > for Essendon administration with their promise of contract to 2016. How
    > can they expect continued support by fans, players and families?
    >

    Just let the clock tick and wait until one of the many Essendon players
    that was part of the great supplements experiment sues people like Hird
    for damages - all it will take is a strange health issue and those already
    found negligent will be right in the firing line.

    I wonder if these people realise that will be hanging over their heads for
    the rest of their lives?

    > What coach in their right mind would take on the Bombers for 21 games in
    > 2014, only to then hand over to the white haired boy. Management
    > stupidity at its best.


    Plenty of time for subsequent ASADA reports to emerge that may put enough
    shots into the Bomber Delusion Convoy that even the most ardent of Hird
    worshippers will head towards the few remaining lifeboats.

    --
    Regards, David.

    David Clayton
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is a
    measure of how many questions you have.


  3. #3
    Ext User(SG1) Guest

    Re: Denial, denial, denial ....


    "David Clayton" <dc33box-usenet2@NOSPAM.yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    news:pan.2013.08.29.11.54.03.505777@NOSPAM.yahoo.c om.au...
    > On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 11:04:54 +0000, giovani wrote:
    >
    >> Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not within
    >> the AFL and sports system in Australia.
    >>
    >> If only a hand had been raised early in 2013, it is possible / probable
    >> that the AFL old boy network would have (been able to) close(d) ranks,
    >> delivered slaps on wrists and had all back to "normal" by June.
    >>

    > It seems fairly obvious that the AFL have been working on a damage control
    > - for the competition, not Essendon - strategy for quite a while, pity the
    > deluded arrogance of those at Windy Hill kept sabotaging the path to the
    > inevitable outcome.
    >
    >> The arrogance shown has been very costly ... and one loses all respect
    >> for Essendon administration with their promise of contract to 2016. How
    >> can they expect continued support by fans, players and families?
    >>

    > Just let the clock tick and wait until one of the many Essendon players
    > that was part of the great supplements experiment sues people like Hird
    > for damages - all it will take is a strange health issue and those already
    > found negligent will be right in the firing line.
    >
    > I wonder if these people realise that will be hanging over their heads for
    > the rest of their lives?
    >
    >> What coach in their right mind would take on the Bombers for 21 games in
    >> 2014, only to then hand over to the white haired boy. Management
    >> stupidity at its best.

    >
    > Plenty of time for subsequent ASADA reports to emerge that may put enough
    > shots into the Bomber Delusion Convoy that even the most ardent of Hird
    > worshippers will head towards the few remaining lifeboats.
    >
    > --
    > Regards, David.
    >
    > David Clayton
    > Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    > Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is a
    > measure of how many questions you have.


    My hope is that Bomber fans will boycott non home games next year and share
    the financial penalty to those who so admirable hung us out to dry. It is
    also my hope that Hille takes out Ivan permanantly and Nathan takes out Jack
    also for ever. Just my rant goodbye.

    >



  4. #4
    Ext User(Wotawonderfulworld) Guest

    Re: Denial, denial, denial ....

    "SG1" <Lost.it@theraces.com> wrote in
    news:521fb39a$0$50758$c3e8da3$92d0a893@news.astraw eb.com:

    >
    > "David Clayton" <dc33box-usenet2@NOSPAM.yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
    > news:pan.2013.08.29.11.54.03.505777@NOSPAM.yahoo.c om.au...
    >> On Thu, 29 Aug 2013 11:04:54 +0000, giovani wrote:
    >>
    >>> Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not
    >>> within the AFL and sports system in Australia.
    >>>
    >>> If only a hand had been raised early in 2013, it is possible /
    >>> probable that the AFL old boy network would have (been able to)
    >>> close(d) ranks, delivered slaps on wrists and had all back to
    >>> "normal" by June.
    >>>

    >> It seems fairly obvious that the AFL have been working on a damage
    >> control - for the competition, not Essendon - strategy for quite a
    >> while, pity the deluded arrogance of those at Windy Hill kept
    >> sabotaging the path to the inevitable outcome.
    >>
    >>> The arrogance shown has been very costly ... and one loses all
    >>> respect for Essendon administration with their promise of contract
    >>> to 2016. How can they expect continued support by fans, players and
    >>> families?
    >>>

    >> Just let the clock tick and wait until one of the many Essendon
    >> players that was part of the great supplements experiment sues people
    >> like Hird for damages - all it will take is a strange health issue
    >> and those already found negligent will be right in the firing line.
    >>
    >> I wonder if these people realise that will be hanging over their
    >> heads for the rest of their lives?
    >>
    >>> What coach in their right mind would take on the Bombers for 21
    >>> games in 2014, only to then hand over to the white haired boy.
    >>> Management stupidity at its best.

    >>
    >> Plenty of time for subsequent ASADA reports to emerge that may put
    >> enough shots into the Bomber Delusion Convoy that even the most
    >> ardent of Hird worshippers will head towards the few remaining
    >> lifeboats.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Regards, David.
    >>
    >> David Clayton
    >> Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    >> Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is
    >> a measure of how many questions you have.

    >
    > My hope is that Bomber fans will boycott non home games next year and
    > share the financial penalty to those who so admirable hung us out to
    > dry. It is also my hope that Hille takes out Ivan permanantly and
    > Nathan takes out Jack also for ever. Just my rant goodbye.
    >
    >>

    >
    >


    Now thats a tad nasty.... And Jacks already out....

  5. #5
    Ext User(johnno) Guest

    Re: Denial, denial, denial ....

    On Thursday, 29 August 2013 19:04:54 UTC+8, giovani wrote:
    > Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not within the AFL and sports system in Australia. If only a hand had been raised earlyin 2013, it is possible / probable that the AFL old boy network would have(been able to) close(d) ranks, delivered slaps on wrists and had all back to "normal" by June. The arrogance shown has been very costly ... and one loses all respect for Essendon administration with their promise of contractto 2016. How can they expect continued support by fans, players and families? What coach in their right mind would take on the Bombers for 21 games in 2014, only to then hand over to the white haired boy. Management stupidity at its best.


    Yes, unbelievable arrogance. Though whoever takes over for the 1st 21 gamesin 2014, may only have the Bendigo Bombers to pick from, as we still wait for ASADA to make a decision on players. If indeed there are bans, I wonderhow many players will be taking Essendon to court?

  6. #6
    Ext User(David Clayton) Guest

    Re: Denial, denial, denial ....

    On Fri, 30 Aug 2013 00:20:00 -0700, johnno wrote:

    > On Thursday, 29 August 2013 19:04:54 UTC+8, giovani wrote:
    >>
    >> Seems someone has finally realised that de Nile is in Egypt, not within
    >> the AFL and sports system in Australia. If only a hand had been raised
    >> early in 2013, it is possible / probable that the AFL old boy network
    >> would have (been able to) close(d) ranks, delivered slaps on wrists and
    >> had all back to "normal" by June. The arrogance shown has been very
    >> costly ... and one loses all respect for Essendon administration with
    >> their promise of contract to 2016. How can they expect continued
    >> support by fans, players and families? What coach in their right mind
    >> would take on the Bombers for 21 games in 2014, only to then hand over
    >> to the white haired boy. Management stupidity at its best.

    >
    > Yes, unbelievable arrogance. Though whoever takes over for the 1st 21
    > games in 2014, may only have the Bendigo Bombers to pick from, as we
    > still wait for ASADA to make a decision on players. If indeed there are
    > bans, I wonder how many players will be taking Essendon to court?


    If the Essendon players had any sense they would go to ASADA right now and
    state that they may well have inadvertently taken a banned substance and
    ask for a lenient 6 month suspension (the minimum possible) from
    competition starting immediately.

    That way they would be available for the 2014 season, all future
    uncertainty would be removed and chances are 95% of the fault would be
    attributed towards those that the players trusted - the dolts that allowed
    this disaster to occur.

    The players are the real victims in this whole sorry saga, but still have
    to take some responsibility for signing those release forms as their trust
    in those who shoved them in front of their faces and assured them it was
    all above board was ultimately betrayed.

    I applaud Watson for making a public statement about what they injected
    into him, instead of being booed he should be lauded for telling the
    truth and rest of them who also were injected and have kept quiet are the
    ones deserving of the public flack far more than Watson.

    --
    Regards, David.

    David Clayton
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
    Knowledge is a measure of how many answers you have, intelligence is a
    measure of how many questions you have.


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