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Mr Red wrote:Figure of speech - you must have some inside knowledge :?:
MODBURY Vista Soccer Club could be moved from its Wynn Vale base following reports Tea Tree Gully Council has fielded a multimillion-dollar bid for land at Richardson Reserve from European supermarket giant Kaufland
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Mr Red wrote:Figure of speech - you must have some inside knowledge :?:
MODBURY Vista Soccer Club could be moved from its Wynn Vale base following reports Tea Tree Gully Council has fielded a multimillion-dollar bid for land at Richardson Reserve from European supermarket giant Kaufland
Ah ok doh - never heard of Kaufland - it would help if I read things closer rather than scanning over things :roll: :arrow: :)

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Mr Red wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Mr Red wrote:Figure of speech - you must have some inside knowledge :?:
MODBURY Vista Soccer Club could be moved from its Wynn Vale base following reports Tea Tree Gully Council has fielded a multimillion-dollar bid for land at Richardson Reserve from European supermarket giant Kaufland
Ah ok doh - never heard of Kaufland - it would help if I read things closer rather than scanning over things :roll: :arrow: :)
Neither have I. A little dicky bird though did tell me it was a german supermarket who wasn't Aldi.
West Adelaide Soccer Club president Alex Alexandrou said the club was still in a position to be playing and training at the new ground either by the end of the 2015 season or in 2016.

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Neither have I. A little dicky bird though did tell me it was a german supermarket who wasn't Aldi.
The old dicky bird does come in handy sometimes :) it also helps if I don't try and do multiple things at the same time. :roll:

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Bomber wrote:It might be more a case of developing a culture first - get some players with heart and soul and if Ryan can nurture that, then slowly other players will be attracted to the club.
The club needs to cut some slack and allow time to develop this and then progression will become natural.
Work hard with the kids, give them a chance and have a 3-5 year plan.
Big job, but Moggy can do it.
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Old Redback wrote:Steady and strong development at junior level but seniors at both fed and amateur is not really pulling up trees.

Good luck to Mogg - he’s got a big job on his hands there with limited resources - not the players fault but very difficult when there are no funds to attract and maintain some talent to back up the young learning players they do/did have.
It might be more a case of developing a culture first - get some players with heart and soul and if Ryan can nurture that, then slowly other players will be attracted to the club.
The club needs to cut some slack and allow time to develop this and then progression will become natural.
Work hard with the kids, give them a chance and have a 3-5 year plan.
Big job, but Moggy can do it.
Obviously there have been cultural issues with their amateurs (evidenced by the big walkout).

It's a good opportunity for Ryan to show he can build a club after getting a reputation as a chequebook coach at Brahma Lodge.

Would be an interesting challenge for any coach that just proved too much hard work for the guys that have been there so far.
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Brian the Postman wrote:
Obviously there have been cultural issues with their amateurs (evidenced by the big walkout).

It's a good opportunity for Ryan to show he can build a club after getting a reputation as a chequebook coach at Brahma Lodge.

Would be an interesting challenge for any coach that just proved too much hard work for the guys that have been there so far.
I guess "chequebook coach" is fair. Well as long as you take away his time at Para Hills East, and Modbury Jets, oh and his time coaching juniors, oh and the FFSA coaching he's done as well.

Yeah, aside from that - chequebook coach is fair.
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Brian the Postman wrote:
Obviously there have been cultural issues with their amateurs (evidenced by the big walkout).

It's a good opportunity for Ryan to show he can build a club after getting a reputation as a chequebook coach at Brahma Lodge.

Would be an interesting challenge for any coach that just proved too much hard work for the guys that have been there so far.
I guess "chequebook coach" is fair. Well as long as you take away his time at Para Hills East, and Modbury Jets, oh and his time coaching juniors, oh and the FFSA coaching he's done as well.

Yeah, aside from that - chequebook coach is fair.
Wasn't there issues at the end of the Easties gig as well? It soured at the end of the Brahma gig also. Has had a tuff time of late keeping clubs together so will be interesting to see how this one pans out.
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why dont ya marry him GIAE
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Broonaldo\0/ wrote:why dont ya marry him GIAE
If he wasn't already married he might have had a chance especially now gay marriage is allowed.

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Thanks for all the well wishes and support, I’m really looking forward to the new role and being a part of the club moving forward.

There are always those people in life and football who will look to bring you and others down but for me all I can say is I look back on all the clubs I’ve been involved fondly with great memories and relationships I’ve made at them clubs.

I would appreciate no further posts be it negative or positive as it's my name being bandied around here but if it is so be it but just think how you'd feel if it was your name.

Cheers,
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People are entitled to express their opinion and as such that last comment may well see more people express theirs!

For what it’s worth I hope you do well as those lads there deserve more, there was the start of a great group and culture there last year and it is a shame that it looks like there is another start from scratch and I hope the club learns from its experiences and mistakes.

Good luck.

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Old Redback wrote:People are entitled to express their opinion and as such that last comment may well see more people express theirs!

For what it’s worth I hope you do well as those lads there deserve more, there was the start of a great group and culture there last year and it is a shame that it looks like there is another start from scratch and I hope the club learns from its experiences and mistakes.

Good luck.
Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
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Jogonalex wrote:
Old Redback wrote:People are entitled to express their opinion and as such that last comment may well see more people express theirs!

For what it’s worth I hope you do well as those lads there deserve more, there was the start of a great group and culture there last year and it is a shame that it looks like there is another start from scratch and I hope the club learns from its experiences and mistakes.

Good luck.
Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
In regards to the coaching change at Brahma this week

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bloodypassit wrote:
Jogonalex wrote:
Old Redback wrote:People are entitled to express their opinion and as such that last comment may well see more people express theirs!

For what it’s worth I hope you do well as those lads there deserve more, there was the start of a great group and culture there last year and it is a shame that it looks like there is another start from scratch and I hope the club learns from its experiences and mistakes.

Good luck.
Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
In regards to the coaching change at Brahma this week
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bloodypassit wrote:
Jogonalex wrote:
Old Redback wrote:People are entitled to express their opinion and as such that last comment may well see more people express theirs!

For what it’s worth I hope you do well as those lads there deserve more, there was the start of a great group and culture there last year and it is a shame that it looks like there is another start from scratch and I hope the club learns from its experiences and mistakes.

Good luck.
Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
In regards to the coaching change at Brahma this week
What is the go here ?
I believe their has been a bit of unrest around the coach and some of his "erratic behaviour" earlier this season..
Has there been a change ?

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Jogonalex wrote:Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
It's safe to say he won't be airing it here.

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Noodles wrote:
Jogonalex wrote:Wonder if Moggy has any opinion's on current coaching roles/movements???
It's safe to say he won't be airing it here.
It was a rhetorical question.
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You're entitled to my opinion, whether your asked for it or not sweetcheeks.

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Noodles wrote:You're entitled to my opinion, whether your asked for it or not sweetcheeks.
Awesome!
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Yes I am.

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Noodles wrote:Yes I am.
It's without question!!
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So we are understood.

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Some resistance to this proposal I'm hearing.

May get some air time on Today Tonight.

Shrinking backyards and open spaces being turned into concrete jungles by developers!

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Noodles wrote:So we are understood.
100% you're a noodle
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With construction of two synthetic pitches expected to be completed by next May and three-story facility clubrooms to be completed by 2020. Will Vista overtake jets?

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I am sure that is the aim of Vista at a committee level, however with construction pending over the next 2 to 3 years there is still a long road to travel.

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adjeoven wrote:With construction of two synthetic pitches expected to be completed by next May and three-story facility clubrooms to be completed by 2020. Will Vista overtake jets?
In what regards, because in some they’re already ahead of them.
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New Head coach for the Amateur Boys announced today. Hopefully a speedy return out of Div 3 to come.

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You’d have to wonder why they’re still bothering with amateurs...

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