Coast Football Ramble Podcast

Big Al

Well-Known Member
How about some positivity.
Which current player would you back to go against Mat Simon for toilet paper at Woolworths.
I reckon Milan would have a good aggressive streak if you pissed him off. Maybe Miller for a smokey
What about the light weight division. Surely Nissy’s experience at Woolworths gets him an advantage. Silvera looks the meanest but not sure who to back from the little fellas
 

bikinigirl

Well-Known Member
Would I be right in saying that coronavirus is a good thing for us?
. financially?

. because the added pressure of a crowd* (expectant or otherwise) won't be on them?

* perhaps you could discuss what constitutes a crowd ... i had been contemplating this before the Government decreed it was 500 (i.e. we were not exactly 'crowded' at the last home game). personally i'd feel safer sitting in the stands than watching the game at a telecast venue which is my likely alternative
 

Ancient Mariner

Well-Known Member
. financially?

. because the added pressure of a crowd* (expectant or otherwise) won't be on them?

* perhaps you could discuss what constitutes a crowd ... i had been contemplating this before the Government decreed it was 500 (i.e. we were not exactly 'crowded' at the last home game). personally i'd feel safer sitting in the stands than watching the game at a telecast venue which is my likely alternative
I agree BG. Sad you do not have Kayo and have to put yourself at greater risk to watch the game. Luckily you are young and should be ok.
Although we all have the same risk of catching the virus some of us are of an age where the consequences may be dire.
I will watch on tv and limit my outings for the next few months to essentials.
Stay safe everyone, we cannot afford to loose any supporters.:cheers:
 

jacobclear

Active Member
Any word on candidates for football director?
Apparently Zwaanswjik essentially put his hand up for it but not sure on the truth of that.

As for the topic that BG brought up; yeah, I can see why you'd feel safer at the game than at perhaps a sports bar or, as you mention, any other telecast venue. 3,000 people in a large stadium is much less dangerous to 100 people in a sports bar.

The crowd atmosphere seems to have zero impact on player performance, as shown by our performance against Brisbane. Which is odd, as the crowd atmosphere often has quite a large role in how a team performs throughout a game. It can affect morale, and provide an extra boost of determination when needed.

When the boys performed in front of an empty audience, they'd played their best game since the turn of the decade. I don't get it.
 

turbo

Well-Known Member
. young! doesn't say much for your eyesight ;) (thanks though :wub:)

. i am more susceptible due to a compromised immune system (i don't have as many organs as most people)
There’s a 3 month kayo trial via beteasy that has been posted on reddit previously. I don’t believe you need to deposit to redeem.

 

bikinigirl

Well-Known Member
There’s a 3 month kayo trial via beteasy that has been posted on reddit previously. I don’t believe you need to deposit to redeem.

. i'm not saying that i'll use it ... but i appreciate the info. thanks
 

pjennings

Well-Known Member
Great pod guys!!

Funnily enough - while Shaun thought he was probably being depressing I really enjoyed it. His chat really just confirmed what everyone knew. Something has to change. The fact that I know that is recognised by the club is positive in itself. We truly are at a fork in the road.
 
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Waspish

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Only 15 mins into Shaun's interview but all very interesting and I like that he is realistic about the club, needing to probably change the model to survive and the commitment to keep the club going.

It will be tough on our guys but pleasant for us to have a compact run of games to watch. Well, I say pleasant...
 
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