The partnership was fine in theory last year given that the 3 sets of youth teams were in 3 diffrent grades. If they all happen to be in the same division next year (which seems unlikely but certainly not impossible) it will be an absolute free-for-all.
And what partnership? Apart from handing out a piece of paper to those who were rejected at trials to go and trial at the other club did anything else ever happen? Did any of the lower clubs ever give up (or even encourage) their better player to the higher club for the sake of the development f the kid? In fact the exact opposite happens where kids had their retention offer withdrawn because they trailed at the higher level "partner" club.
Capt i to know quite a few prems coaches nd have heard differently, maybe u have a bee in your bonnet with sterry nd these r your opinions. And since u know all about it all how many players were at the club this year in all three age groups from the year before. Nd if u r talking bout the best coach for pfc sterry would have the best credentials of any of the coaches in the prems.
Post by CaptainBayliner on Sept 13, 2012 16:13:52 GMT 10
Read somewhere 8th of October will be the announcement date but reading the documents it mentions no later than 11th october. I imagine this will be the window for disputes/discussions.
b) the Board of Football NSW determining no later than 11 October 2012 that the Club has satisfied the requirements necessary to be eligible to be granted a twenty thirteen Competition Participation Licence; and
c) Football NSW executes the Agreement.
And what you describe is just plain bad behaviour by the clubs. Nothing new there. They are a circus.
His results speak for itself, Rubbbissshhh. You cannot deny another wooden spoon this year with the added bonus of the bottom of the club championship = a good coach. The opposite in fact.
Are you blaming the players for this?
Of course we respect your opinion no matter how stupid it is!
Another wooden spoon? im pretty sure this was his 1st nd im not quite sure but was he given a 2 year contract if so we should wait to c wot happens after that time is up. And yes we always blame coaches for poor form on the pitch but its the players out there not doing the job. I will reserve my judgement on it all after next season im sure if he stays on nd they r lucky enuf to stay up we will c better results
Post by CaptainBayliner on Sept 14, 2012 1:12:03 GMT 10
Oh ic. Bad tradesman always blames his tools.
Most interesting defence of an amatuer unprofessional useless effort.
As a matter of interest as you seem to be smitten by the useless and failed. How would you improve Parra Fc. What changes would you make that would actually make a difference?
Let's face it. Stuff all association people give two hoots about parra fc and having their money ripped from their pockets for such pi$$ poor results. How would you make a difference if given the opportunity?
Firstly mate in 35 years of football ive had good years and bad but ive never blamed my coaches for the bad 1s we have allways taken responsability for our owm performances. And the first thing i would do at parra is keep lee sterry on as coach and give him the support he deserves. Let him sign the players he wants and work with the young1s he brought on this year if they again fail then i would b starting again. Do you also slag a coach like jp at united they had 10 times the ability to work with and still failed. Lastly if all else fails i would give u the job nd we can c how u go
Stan not yet mate u can b the captains assistant next year
Capt Do u also blame the coach when players miss chance after chance 1 on 1s all year nd the keeper drops the ball nd they concede goals thats what costs teams games mate. Interested to no who u would have coaching them next season???
There is an identified problem "all year" and has not been fixed and you do not blame the coach? I find that amazing! If players perform game after game and there is not issues with a players and the team then why would you need a coach at all? Nothing against LS i just find your logic flawed. That is precisely the coaches job. Lift the performance of the team, identify problems and fix them.
1 In my opinion things did improve throughout the season the last 3rd of it was a vast improvent, so he might have identified the probs and was fixing them.
By distancing himself and bringing in the marconi coach towards the last 3rd of the season was a good start "point" in identifying the problem. They were the marconi coaches results. So put that in proper perspective. It took 4 games before PFC even scored their first goal and until kabsy come along and scored 6 of the 7 goals parra would have been 7 games for 1 goal. Something seriously wrong there champ.
The coach picks his team. They are his chosen tools of the trade. It's also up to him "how" he uses those tools of the trade. If he is not getting the job done it's no one elses fault.
Who would I have coaching them next year? The same person I would have had coaching them this year. Alex Tobin. He was hanging around twiddling his thumbs at your pre-season trials.
As for the missed one on ones etc etc. It's up to the coach to set the training drills. If you have strikers that can't score a free beer during happy hour at the local pub then who picked them in the first place? You see this is where talent identification is overridden by a C.V. because the coach cannot even recognise talent if the player triple ronaldo'd him and double beckham'd his arse.
Your an instant pick mate. You know how to win a premiership.
You, Tony and Siralex would straighten them out and put a bit of silverware in the cupboard
Post by CaptainBayliner on Sept 14, 2012 14:47:10 GMT 10
Basing my views on feedback and his results.
My lad is with a top NSWPL club that is very professional and has excellent results. So your barking up the wrong tree their pal.
So when I hear what goes on as most NSWPL people know each other and compare the way PFC is doing things I shake my head in disbelief. As do others within the ranks. PFC reputation is nothing short of a circus.
To answer your next question, Why do I even care?
Because as a granville forum mod and ex-granville player I want PFC to be successful for the sake of providing a pathway for the immense talent within the association ranks. Granville has never been short of ex-socceroos, ex-nswpl players who also coach and develope excellent talent. The resources within granville is very high indeed. It should be utilised to the fullest. Not half arsed performances.
Further to add i'm seriously not a fan of association players being taxed to pay for PFC. They are being resource drained for no benefit. To hold the premier league finals at curtis oval because the cupboard is bare is just disgraceful.
It should be user pays combined with a business model to alleviate costs for the junior PFC players.
Post by CaptainBayliner on Sept 14, 2012 15:17:51 GMT 10
Also where is ths so called academy that some boofhead was touting that PFC were going create? Hot air as usual.
PFC should have created an academy by now and getting as many of the talented association players into it as possible to develope players to the required standard needed to progress through the pathway. They should have done this 2 years ago.
The key for top NSWPL clubs is through their youth development programs and the talent pool they create. This ensures a future for the club and it's success at the top level for years to come.
Of course we respect your opinion no matter how stupid it is!
Should have, gunna. You must have missed my point earlier. What's the point of creating an academy when there are are no quality coaches. What a fruitless excercise and a complete waste of time. If there is no sustainable long term commitment by key personel in administration coupled with a complete lack of quality coaches how on earth can you talk about youth development programs. The resources in granville is very high indeed. Care to outline why you think granville is resource rich.