Too many coaches Camp is his­tory

The Advertiser - - LETTERS -

IT ap­pears that the ad­min­is­tra­tions of many AFL clubs are hell­bent on chang­ing the mix of per­son­nel within their re­spec­tive or­gan­i­sa­tions.

It won’t be long be­fore some teams have more coaches than play­ers. MICHAEL STUART, Netherby THE views ex­pressed by S. Bre­nen con­cern­ing the Crows’ pre-season train­ing camp (”Move on, Crows”, The Ad­ver­tiser, 12/9/18) reaf­firms the sen­ti­ments of the av­er­age Ade­laide Foot­ball Club mem­ber.

The on­go­ing in­sis­tence of so-called con­cerned Crows’ sup­port­ers in know­ing ev­ery de­tail of last sum­mer’s camp in no more than “per­verse cu­rios­ity”, as S. Bre­nen aptly calls it, and is not help­ful to their club at all, mov­ing for­ward.

The is­sue is an­cient his­tory and the play­ers now need to fo­cus on a solid pre-season, af­ter a head-clear­ing sum­mer break.

As well, if they want the best for their team, the fans need to move on too – if the ag­i­ta­tors are, in fact, all bona fide Crows’ sup­port­ers. DAVE RICKARD, Hal­lett Cove

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