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Gone wrote: Mon Jul 11, 2022 2:56 pm
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Hahahahahah!!! Ya never fail to live down to your appalling standards bummy lolololol!!!!!

But its good that you're back pal. I look forward to more sparring with you. It's like two great heavyweights throwing bombs and, jabbing, moving and throwing more bombs. Boooodifoool stuff loloololol!!!

Oh............and it's a knockout victory to good 'ol Tez hahahahah!!!
well you do like to call your own victories....even if there isnt really anything for you to be victor of.

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Giants chairman Tony Shepherd believes it’d be “worthwhile” revisiting the Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) for Sydney-based clubs, claiming it’d not only help his club retain talent but also attract experienced AFL staffers.

And Shepherd says the Giants are working on a strategy with the AFL to help boost crowds at their Sydney-based home games, with their 2022 attendances “a long way off the pace”.

Shepherd said his club was “working closely” with the AFL to “bring those crowds back up to the level we expect”, including an investment boost in community footy, as well as the marketing strategy and timing of games.

“You‘ve got to optimise everything to get the people to come to the stadium. Giants Stadiums is a lovely, great little stadium so it’s just a question of working out the marketing and the timing and ensuring the growth in community football – which was growing quite strongly before the pandemic but now slowed down during the pandemic – gets the attention that it needs,” he said.

“Like, our boys went out to the schools in western Sydney for the first time in two and a half years last week. We‘d have a group going out to western Sydney schools every week in previous years.”

Shepherd confirmed the Giants were “having a look at” the possibility of playing a home game at the SCG against a big Victorian club, like Richmond or Collingwood.


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Gone wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 12:43 pm
i agree with the points..

it is not only hard for Players to join to high rents and property prices / the level of living in sydney..
it is hard to get coaching and staff to sydney due to all these circumstances from say Adel / perth and melb

when they can get the same pay and be way better off financially
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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 12:20 pm Giants chairman Tony Shepherd believes it’d be “worthwhile” revisiting the Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) for Sydney-based clubs, claiming it’d not only help his club retain talent but also attract experienced AFL staffers.

And Shepherd says the Giants are working on a strategy with the AFL to help boost crowds at their Sydney-based home games, with their 2022 attendances “a long way off the pace”.

Shepherd said his club was “working closely” with the AFL to “bring those crowds back up to the level we expect”, including an investment boost in community footy, as well as the marketing strategy and timing of games.

“You‘ve got to optimise everything to get the people to come to the stadium. Giants Stadiums is a lovely, great little stadium so it’s just a question of working out the marketing and the timing and ensuring the growth in community football – which was growing quite strongly before the pandemic but now slowed down during the pandemic – gets the attention that it needs,” he said.

“Like, our boys went out to the schools in western Sydney for the first time in two and a half years last week. We‘d have a group going out to western Sydney schools every week in previous years.”

Shepherd confirmed the Giants were “having a look at” the possibility of playing a home game at the SCG against a big Victorian club, like Richmond or Collingwood.
The lack of community engagement the past 2 and 1/2 years is very unfortunate in the schools of western Sydney. Talk of moving Giants games to the SCG is just madness. Tony Shepherd has an obvious conflict of interest there.


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Beaussie wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 7:43 pm
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Thu Aug 11, 2022 12:20 pm Giants chairman Tony Shepherd believes it’d be “worthwhile” revisiting the Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) for Sydney-based clubs, claiming it’d not only help his club retain talent but also attract experienced AFL staffers.

And Shepherd says the Giants are working on a strategy with the AFL to help boost crowds at their Sydney-based home games, with their 2022 attendances “a long way off the pace”.

Shepherd said his club was “working closely” with the AFL to “bring those crowds back up to the level we expect”, including an investment boost in community footy, as well as the marketing strategy and timing of games.

“You‘ve got to optimise everything to get the people to come to the stadium. Giants Stadiums is a lovely, great little stadium so it’s just a question of working out the marketing and the timing and ensuring the growth in community football – which was growing quite strongly before the pandemic but now slowed down during the pandemic – gets the attention that it needs,” he said.

“Like, our boys went out to the schools in western Sydney for the first time in two and a half years last week. We‘d have a group going out to western Sydney schools every week in previous years.”

Shepherd confirmed the Giants were “having a look at” the possibility of playing a home game at the SCG against a big Victorian club, like Richmond or Collingwood.
The lack of community engagement the past 2 and 1/2 years is very unfortunate in the schools of western Sydney. Talk of moving Giants games to the SCG is just madness. Tony Shepherd has an obvious conflict of interest there.
that is a crazy suggestion to do so.. it would concede defeat on west sydney.

it would prob entice more interstate fans to the city from other clubs, i do not think it would do much more


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