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Glassock is not too old for NYL - he would still be eligible for next season and the next NPL season as an over age player.Never got a crack when we were short of CBs and is now too old for nyl. why stay and not get paid or go to npl1 and make small coin. making an assumption on his move.
Again off the mark - he has been developed as a local junior and is progressing to another professional club (not A League or NPL) as he wasn't considered ready for the A League - YETOur proud track record of not developing juniors continues.
Well done Monty
No - he had his first game in charge last week - a 5-1 win over a side that was equal with us on the ladder.Montys coaching debut is it not?
See my answer above - Michael or the club will announce where he is going in due course - all I will say is that it is overseas and the club assisted him with the move.Is that on Monty or is Michael just sick of the shit that goes on and had already made a decision to leave?? PL or Pete?
The club seems to think it is a step up for Mick. Is it better than the A League - No.Is it a step up from part time NPL2 - Yes. Will it be a good move - who knows? we'll see in another 12 - 18 months and see where his next move is - to a better league, back to the A League or back to the NPL.Hong Kong I hear. Not really a step up in development.