John Barnes Heads to Perth Stability the Proven Key to Glory

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  • 1. All White  |  December 20, 2013 at 5:00 pm

    This comes as no surprise whatsoever! Football West are a disgrace. Nothing against the staff who I am sure work very hard but the leadership is a joke. This NPL should have been sorted months ago.

    Clubs should refuse to sign anything and simply agree to play under the NPL banner but with the old competition for this year, just as the East coast leagues did for a year. If that means Bunbury are back then all well and good.

    Quite why Kenny Lowe would take on the job is beyond me, he knows had badly the club is run yet he is happy to get chewed up and spat out again, and he will be. That club is dying the slowest death I have ever known.

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  • 2. Ollie  |  December 20, 2013 at 8:31 pm

    Kenny is very familiar with being part of an organisation that is poorly run as he has been with FW for years, so I see no problem there.

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  • 3. Not The Footy Show  |  December 22, 2013 at 10:46 am

    All White, it is embarrassing that those charged with running the game can make such a gaff. As pointed out on Facebook, if the team that comes second wins then the other game becomes pointless. So a complete balls up.

    One has to ask how and why the NPL which was proposed well over a year ago did not have all the rules of competition etc sorted out at least six months ago, rather than at the last minute.

    Kenny Lowe is no fool, and he will be determined to get the Glory into the finals and make a statement that may make other franchises consider giving him a job. He has nothing to lose.

    I do have to agree that the club has slipped another notch in the publics perception at a time I thought it was on the up. It is so very sad, one wonders if the situation is retrievable.

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