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    Eade's contract wil not be renewed at Bulldogs


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    Be interesting to see who picks him up (I'm sure someone will). Can he put Melbourne back together, or is Adelaide a safer bet?

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    Or does he go to Port to hold Primus' hand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laughingnome View Post
    Or does he go to Port to hold Primus' hand?
    I'd assumed that no-one would touch Port with a barge pole but yeah, another option I guess

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    Quote Originally Posted by neilfws View Post
    Be interesting to see who picks him up (I'm sure someone will). Can he put Melbourne back together, or is Adelaide a safer bet?
    I would have thought Melbourne would be a good fit. They have the talent on the list, they just need a coach with experience who can get them to implement a game plan in a more consistent and disciplined fashion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liz View Post
    I would have thought Melbourne would be a good fit
    Player-wise, definitely. I wonder about the issues with the board and management. It sounds like the players wanted Bailey to stay and managers to go - but then the opposite happened.

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    You have to feel for Eade. Likeable bloke and a good coach but too often the bridesmaid. Perhaps unlucky that the Dogs peaked in the Geelong-Collingwood era.

    Yes, Demons is the obvious fit. It'd be good for the league if he went to Port Adelaide, but I can't imagine any credentialled coach applying for the position.
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    Fun fact: If Eade the ex-Swans coach had quit Paul Williams the Swans premiership player would have been senior coach for the last three games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottH View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheer Squad View Post
    Anyone for seconds?
    Not a snowflakes chance in hell.

    Way too many bridges were burnt....
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    Eade won't coach again in 2011

    The second time he's left a club and been replaced by someone he coached. He at least avoids the most games coached
    without a flag. For this season anyway. 2 games into his Melbourne stint he'll break that record.
    ..And the Swans are the Premiers...The Ultimate Team...The Ultimate Warriors. They have overcome the highly fancied Hawks in brilliant style. Sydney the 2012 Premiers - Gerard Whately ABC

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShockOfHair View Post
    Fun fact: If Eade the ex-Swans coach had quit Paul Williams the Swans premiership player would have been senior coach for the last three games.
    And so it has come to pass!

    Trivia - anyone know the most coaches to be sacked in a season? Over at Big Footy they point to 3 in 2001 (Judge, Drum and Blight).

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