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Sorry pal there are major inherent issues at this club time to

move on !!!!


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Sack Pascoe 


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Pascoe is not an NRL CEO, he doesn’t understand the tribal side R.League and since his a born and bred Victorian he’ll probably never get it.

His been great for our club financially I’ll give him that but that is it.


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Posted by: @tigerlily

Pascoe is not an NRL CEO, he doesn’t understand the tribal side R.League and since his a born and bred Victorian he’ll probably never get it.

His been great for our club financially I’ll give him that but that is it.

Without knowing what he's directly involved with I'll reserve judgement. I have stronger concerns with the Board and Sheens (who for 18 months has been responsible for the football side of things).

I'm not against Pascoe going but I'm appreciative of him getting us financially secure (never thought that would happen) and with record membership numbers.

Sacking people is fine but we need to CERTAIN we're sacking the right people.


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Posted by: @tigerlily

Pascoe is not an NRL CEO, he doesn’t understand the tribal side R.League and since his a born and bred Victorian he’ll probably never get it.

His been great for our club financially I’ll give him that but that is it.

Has he been good for the club financially? The only person who has said that is Pascoe himself. He’s not even from a financial background, he’s from marketing.

he’s a complete lightweight


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Lee as well. Get a new sponsor if need be


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Posted by: @voice_of_reason

have stronger concerns with the Board and Sheens (who for 18 months has been responsible for the football side of things).

Sheens is the key moron here.

I think Pascoe should go as well though and I don't blame him for this ineptness. He is involved though and it comes across as a rookie level mistake. He is also the CEO. He appointed Sheens.


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@canberratiger every time Lee opens his mouth doesn’t end well for us. 


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The only way we are going to get rid of the failures is someone steps in independently that was hired from the NRL 

 

These people aren't going to hire someone who will sack themselves .....they aren't morally invested in the club ...it is their career 


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The announcement that CC isn't coming, and the entire management fiasco being exposed seems to have been a tipping point for many supporters.

Pascoe is a soft target a lot of the time and this may be another case of this. But we need to look at how and why this Ciraldo fiasco came about.

To me it's mainly on Sheens but others also need to share the responsibility.

Sheens made the recommendation to sack Madge, did he also recommend this should be done before another preferred coaching candidate was locked in? If so it is on Sheens, if not it is on whoever made that call.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

And if Sheens did make this call, it is also the responsibility of those who accepted his recommendation and ran with it.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

If Pascoe had nothing to do with the above, citing this coaching appointment fiasco as a reason to sack him is wide of the mark. But, depending on how much involvement he did have, yes it could be fair reason to move him on.

And if we do move him on, proper business practice needs to be undertaken this time. Not just sack him then have a collective head scratching session to try and come up with a replacement - we'll need to have an extremely strong and experienced CEO to replace him. Otherwise this club will really go into a tailspin and there'll be smoke billowing from the fuselage...


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Posted by: @barra

The announcement that CC isn't coming, and the entire management fiasco being exposed seems to have been a tipping point for many supporters.

Pascoe is a soft target a lot of the time and this may be another case of this. But we need to look at how and why this Ciraldo fiasco came about.

To me it's mainly on Sheens but others also need to share the responsibility.

Sheens made the recommendation to sack Madge, did he also recommend this should be done before another preferred coaching candidate was locked in? If so it is on Sheens, if not it is on whoever made that call.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

And if Sheens did make this call, it is also the responsibility of those who accepted his recommendation and ran with it.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

If Pascoe had nothing to do with the above, citing this coaching appointment fiasco as a reason to sack him is wide of the mark. But, depending on how much involvement he did have, yes it could be fair reason to move him on.

And if we do move him on, proper business practice needs to be undertaken this time. Not just sack him then have a collective head scratching session to try and come up with a replacement - we'll need to have an extremely strong and experienced CEO to replace him. Otherwise this club will really go into a tailspin and there'll be smoke billowing from the fuselage...

Right now is not the time to be ditching Pascoe. We need to get the footy side of things stabilised before that move could be made.

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Posted by: @helmesy
Posted by: @barra

The announcement that CC isn't coming, and the entire management fiasco being exposed seems to have been a tipping point for many supporters.

Pascoe is a soft target a lot of the time and this may be another case of this. But we need to look at how and why this Ciraldo fiasco came about.

To me it's mainly on Sheens but others also need to share the responsibility.

Sheens made the recommendation to sack Madge, did he also recommend this should be done before another preferred coaching candidate was locked in? If so it is on Sheens, if not it is on whoever made that call.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

And if Sheens did make this call, it is also the responsibility of those who accepted his recommendation and ran with it.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

If Pascoe had nothing to do with the above, citing this coaching appointment fiasco as a reason to sack him is wide of the mark. But, depending on how much involvement he did have, yes it could be fair reason to move him on.

And if we do move him on, proper business practice needs to be undertaken this time. Not just sack him then have a collective head scratching session to try and come up with a replacement - we'll need to have an extremely strong and experienced CEO to replace him. Otherwise this club will really go into a tailspin and there'll be smoke billowing from the fuselage...

Right now is not the time to be ditching Pascoe. We need to get the footy side of things stabilised before that move could be made.

Maybe getting a new, respected CEO (no idea who) would be the catalyst for change that we need to attract players and coaches.

 


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Posted by: @tiger5150
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Posted by: @barra

The announcement that CC isn't coming, and the entire management fiasco being exposed seems to have been a tipping point for many supporters.

Pascoe is a soft target a lot of the time and this may be another case of this. But we need to look at how and why this Ciraldo fiasco came about.

To me it's mainly on Sheens but others also need to share the responsibility.

Sheens made the recommendation to sack Madge, did he also recommend this should be done before another preferred coaching candidate was locked in? If so it is on Sheens, if not it is on whoever made that call.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

And if Sheens did make this call, it is also the responsibility of those who accepted his recommendation and ran with it.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

If Pascoe had nothing to do with the above, citing this coaching appointment fiasco as a reason to sack him is wide of the mark. But, depending on how much involvement he did have, yes it could be fair reason to move him on.

And if we do move him on, proper business practice needs to be undertaken this time. Not just sack him then have a collective head scratching session to try and come up with a replacement - we'll need to have an extremely strong and experienced CEO to replace him. Otherwise this club will really go into a tailspin and there'll be smoke billowing from the fuselage...

Right now is not the time to be ditching Pascoe. We need to get the footy side of things stabilised before that move could be made.

Maybe getting a new, respected CEO (no idea who) would be the catalyst for change that we need to attract players and coaches.

 

Even just someone who knows how to shave and brush his hair would be an improvement 😆

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Posted by: @helmesy
Posted by: @barra

The announcement that CC isn't coming, and the entire management fiasco being exposed seems to have been a tipping point for many supporters.

Pascoe is a soft target a lot of the time and this may be another case of this. But we need to look at how and why this Ciraldo fiasco came about.

To me it's mainly on Sheens but others also need to share the responsibility.

Sheens made the recommendation to sack Madge, did he also recommend this should be done before another preferred coaching candidate was locked in? If so it is on Sheens, if not it is on whoever made that call.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

And if Sheens did make this call, it is also the responsibility of those who accepted his recommendation and ran with it.

The board? Lee? Pascoe?

If Pascoe had nothing to do with the above, citing this coaching appointment fiasco as a reason to sack him is wide of the mark. But, depending on how much involvement he did have, yes it could be fair reason to move him on.

And if we do move him on, proper business practice needs to be undertaken this time. Not just sack him then have a collective head scratching session to try and come up with a replacement - we'll need to have an extremely strong and experienced CEO to replace him. Otherwise this club will really go into a tailspin and there'll be smoke billowing from the fuselage...

Right now is not the time to be ditching Pascoe. We need to get the footy side of things stabilised before that move could be made.

Pascoe has done some good things for the club but his leadership over the last couple of weeks has been ordinary. As the CEO he needs to set the strategy and control the information coming out of the club. He should have pulled everyone together (coaching staff and Board) and made it clear that nobody is to name any of the potential candidates and to play a “straight bat” to any questions from the media. 


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