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What really happens when an AFL coach loses his job? Some of the biggest names in coaching reveal the remarkable true stories of how they discovered their days were numbered and when the guillotine dropped.
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4.2 stars from 416 ratings
Going Downhill
what the hell happened to this podcast !? Last year was great listening with all the ex coaches .. this year its been a snoozefest of mostly dud players topped off by the Nixon wankfest.
RandyPackage via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/29/20
Cringeworthy listening
I will admit I only listened to the Ricky Nixon podcast, but after that I have deleted the whole thing. Is there a more disgusting arrogant individual? I was truly revolted by his attitude and by the sycophants doing the interview, giggling at his “hysterical “ responses. Not for me , nor I...Read full review »
Tess and Gore via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/28/20
Crosisca good pie man
Loved the Crosisca episode. It’s hard hitting with the risks he took to manage his addiction. He acknowledges his problems and has made change for the better. It shows that footy players are real people who face battles. Ricky Nixon’s in comparison wasn’t as captivating. He failed to explain...Read full review »
Auzzie Rules via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/23/20
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