Certainly sounded like he has had enough with Koni....
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01 Jan 1970 12:00PM
Hopefully Doyle is sitting in on that meeting as well. If it comes to releasing him get Doyle to play hard ball with his manager who has talked a good game about all of the offers that Hurrell gets well he certainly wasn't getting them last off season when the club shopped him around.Asked how much longer the Warriors persisted with Hurrell, McFadden was unsure.
"Certainly after this week it is difficult to answer," he said. "I'll be meeting up with Konrad and his manager during the week and we'll have to discuss that because he has a track record and I don't understand it.
"I can't control players and the stupid things they do and that [retweet] is just another one. Again, we'll discuss that during the week. I have a game to prepare for so I need to put the attention on the players that do want to be here."
Good interview with Hoffy here - backs the coach implicitly, and lays the responsibility for team performance squarely at the feet of the preparation and professionalism of individuals. Read into that what you will...
and coaches. There best chance was in 1995 when Dean Bell was one of the best defensive centres in the comp. They could have had Tim Sheens but went for John Monie because he was doing so well in England. That was a bad decision. It has been downhill since then except when they fluked Kevin Campion to lead the forwards.The more I think about it, the more I believe the culture problem at the Warriors has been caused through our inability for so long to be able to recruit decent players from across the ditch.