Swans Super Coach – Round 19, the last gasp
Posted by Vietnam Swans on August 2, 2012
Ross McRae provides an interesting insight into why so many Swannies haven’t been seen for weeks, if not months. They have been busily deliberating, considering and pontificating about how to become the Swannies Supercoach of 2012.
The final league match up round is finally here and only one position is secure in the league, that being first timer, Davo (Dave O’Shea).
Davo is sitting happily at the top of the ladder like a rooster looking over his hens. Much like a rooster, this cock really showed us some good preseason selections, intuitive trades, and cocksure attitude.
The question I have is, can he last? Can he complete the double? Or has this rooster had his head lopped off several rounds ago and now is running about his home town of Binh Duong without any trades? We will soon see when the finals come around.
So what matters now? Well the top 4 is still open. Depending on the big game between 4th and 7th, this will dictate who gets that 4th position and who makes the top 8. Willy will be hanging out awaiting the results of some of these games.
And at the bottom of the league? “What matters?”, I hear you cry out as you spit your 2/1 coffee over your screen. Will Timmay finish above Mr Pau? Between Mick and Monkey who will finish in the final top 4 of the bottom 8? Well read on.
To read the rest of Ross McRae’s expose, click onto the Supercoach Report, 2 August 2012. Ah McRae, yet another informative expose.