authentic coach online outlet

<< Home Next >>

    Suns testing coach McKenna's patience Gold Coast coach Guy McKenna used the example of four game youngster Jaegar O'Meara to show his players his patience is wearing thin. For most of the Suns' first two AFL campaigns McKenna has urged forbearance with his young, developing team. But it seems there'll be no more kid gloves from the former West Coast player after Saturday's woeful second quarter display against Port Adelaide at Metricon Stadium. The Suns held coach purses factory outlet a seven point lead at the end of the first quarter against the in form Power, but conceded nine goals to one in the second term as Port went on to post a 38 point win. McKenna said he stung the pride of his more experienced players coach handbags outlet by highlighting the performance of rookie O'Maera as an example that others had failed to reach. The 19 year old was the only Suns player to try and stem the tide against the rampant Power in coach wallets for women outlet the second term. He scored the team's only goal after having three coach outlet online factory touches in the build up and did a manful job matching up to Port captain Travis Boak. "We probably needed another two or three Jaeger O'Mearas online coach outlet store to stem the flow," McKenna told reporters. "That was explained to the group at half time. "To highlight a four gamer (as a player) I'd be walking around tonight scratching my head that's for sure. "I'd be hurt by that if I was a player sitting alongside Jaeger." Injuries may well be the only thing preventing McKenna from making a call on several of his players with Joel Wilkinson (ankle), Harley Bennell (hamstring) and Matthew Warnock (shoulder) all in doubt for next weekend's trip to Canberra to take on Greater Western Sydney. Progression isn't an issue for Power coach Ken Hinkley however, who believes his young list is discovering the consistency and discipline craved by McKenna. authentic coach online outlet
Related Articles >>