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TOPIC: AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective

Noddy AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #1

Noddy
Chris Scott isn’t happy with AFL umpiring and they drove down to meet with him.
How about for everyone’s sanity, they hold a discussion with all coaches and get things sorted out, it’s basket case.

www.afl.com.au/news/1130088/umpire-bosse...0on%20Friday%20night.
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Raglan Matt AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #2

Raglan Matt
No meeting with JL, when he expressed his concern about umpiring, and some think Freo are getting a fair deal from the awfl.
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Dockermus AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #3

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Thing is, a well-publicised stunt like jumping in a car and nipping down to Geelong to talk to one of the AwFuL’s favourite blokes is a bit different from hopping on a plane for 4 hours for a chat with J-Lo. Maybe they’ll catch up next week when Freo are in Melbourne? And be sure to duck if you see those flying pigs …
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Morgan AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #4

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The problem is that the AFL coaches never agree among themselves. Half will say they need to pay more holding the balls or pay them quicker, and the other half will say that you can't penalise the player who wins the ball and you need to give them more of a chance to dispose of the ball.

Some will say if you call for a ball up quicker it will help the game, and some will say that just means more stoppages and it hurts the game.

The one thing everyone the AFL can agree on is that Chris Scott is the biggest whinger in the AFL, and perhaps it's worth an hour long car ride to let him feel heard in person for the sanity of everyone else.
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Noddy AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #5

Noddy
I’ve never used it or seen it in use, but how hard would it be to organise a ‘Zoom’ or some other digital meeting technowizardry to speak with all coaches??

You don’t often hear it but across a number of games last weekend the media people were questioning the quality of the umpiring, now called ‘officiating’.

How about the AFL get all the officiators in a room with the new head of Officiating Stephen McBurney ( a former officiator?) and head umpiring coach Michael Jennings, at least we now know those in charge of the officiating, to discuss major anomalies in officiating?
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Noddy AFL ‘Officiating’ A Coaches perspective 1 month 3 days ago #6

Noddy
Experience tells me getting 18 people across any ‘profession’ to all agree on anything is about as likely as getting 18 cats to walk in a straight line. But to get to any improvement in anything it’s worth having a discussion.
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