Do you agree,its time 4 Anderson and Demetrio 2 move on? Do they actually listen to club CEO’s and coaches?

Most coaches are not happy about the new proposed interchange rules, they have let their thoughts to be known in the past, and yet the AFL and the rules committee are still willing to change the rules, simply because the AFL doctors said so.

Compared to Oakley and Jackson, I think Demetriou is the lesser of the three evils. He tows the party line (ie: nothing’s wrong with the Etihad surface until you see the dust from Weribee) like all heads of large and diverse corps, and has a classic case of ‘can’t see the forest through the trees’ syndrome due to a number of influences trying to justify their existence with yet another rule change or game ‘enhancement’. All the while looking at the bottom line that you, I and business feeds into the comp. Doesn’t make him good. Just makes him less crap than those predecessors.

The interchange rule is rubbish. How it adversely affects the spectacle of footy is a total mystery to me. Maybe an influential person in the members brought it up in casual conversation over crownies and caviar. Gieshan (as shane stated) has to go. I’ve seen more smarts, spine and guts in a box jellyfish.

No national sport in the world has undergone such radical change in the past 20 years as Aussie Rules. It’s almost is if they want to destroy it’s greatness in exchange for a book smart free flow kick to kick excercise.

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6 Responses to Do you agree,its time 4 Anderson and Demetrio 2 move on? Do they actually listen to club CEO’s and coaches?

  1. shane says:

    Bloody Good Question, Mate. It’s been Their Time to Leave for at Least the Past Three Years! And They may feel free to take Jeff Gieshan with them, what a Dud!

    No Mate, I can’t wait for the Axe to Fall on Their Heads!!!References : Watching those Clowns creating one mess after another!

  2. James Faux says:

    It’s absolute bullshit, Kev. It’s like the AFL hated (finally) admitting that there was a problem with Etihad’s surface (a problem that’s been well proven to cause injury), so they try and cover it up with a non-existent issue in interchange rotations. It is really a crappy rule to bring in, telling the clubs they’re not responsible enough to look after their own players. It shouldn’t have anything to do with the AFL.

    What they say is right, whatever else is said is wrong. They should definitely move on.References :

  3. stg7 says:

    Compared to Oakley and Jackson, I think Demetriou is the lesser of the three evils. He tows the party line (ie: nothing’s wrong with the Etihad surface until you see the dust from Weribee) like all heads of large and diverse corps, and has a classic case of ‘can’t see the forest through the trees’ syndrome due to a number of influences trying to justify their existence with yet another rule change or game ‘enhancement’. All the while looking at the bottom line that you, I and business feeds into the comp. Doesn’t make him good. Just makes him less crap than those predecessors.

    The interchange rule is rubbish. How it adversely affects the spectacle of footy is a total mystery to me. Maybe an influential person in the members brought it up in casual conversation over crownies and caviar. Gieshan (as shane stated) has to go. I’ve seen more smarts, spine and guts in a box jellyfish.

    No national sport in the world has undergone such radical change in the past 20 years as Aussie Rules. It’s almost is if they want to destroy it’s greatness in exchange for a book smart free flow kick to kick excercise.References :

  4. shifty says:

    you know how it is kev. they are above every club. and if the clubs don’t like their decisions. hand back your licence. there have been some good rule changes over the years from the center square bounce rule. to playing on kicking out before the umpire has finished waving the flag rule. but im with rom all the bloody way on this. just leave the game alone for a while. its like an open fire place. if you have the right wood on it. it can go for a very long time without being poked and prodded. i consider the AFL rules to be the same. and you are right. the only changes that we need at the moment. is speeding up the very slow bench rotation that seems to be happening at the top at headquarters of AFL house.
    cheers mate.References :

  5. Port Adelaide F.C says:

    Agreed all the new interchange rules they are considering bringing in are absolute crap, which could result in more injuries if one or two players get an injury & they cant play any furtherReferences :

  6. John Ggf says:

    100% agree, they are now diminishing the game with their knee jerk reactions and rulle changes. Rule changes which then half the time get completly ignored by the umps and only paid in critical situations to make everyone scratch their heads.References :

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