” All I understand is that Simon Goodwin, the pressure is actually starting to install since youve got to get the wins on the board no matter who youre playing.
” Mark my word, if they lose to the Gold Coast Suns next week, the jungle drums will begin beating and Simon Goodwin is going to be under the pump.”
Demons coach Simon Goodwins task is under the pump according to Shane Crawford (Getty)” Theyre coming up against the Gold Coast Suns, if they lose that, the season is done and cleaned for the Dees.”
” Theres a lot of pressure mounting. Im sure behind the scenes too the board will be conference, believing Have we got the ideal coach?. The Dees need to win some games, and were anticipating them to win some video games particularly with the talent theyve got out there on the field.
” Thats unsatisfactory.
” Theres a lot of pressure installing. Im sure behind the scenes as well the board will be conference, thinking Have we got the best coach?. The Dees need to win some games, and were anticipating them to win some games specifically with the skill theyve got out there on the field.
Melbourne Demons (Getty) Crawford ultimately believed that a severe lack of scoring power in front of objective was the biggest issue facing the Demons, who have spluttered to a string of low scoring losses in 2020.
” Its not good enough, they cant kick objectives,” he said. “That is not excellent enough to win AFL games.
” Last year was a catastrophe for the Dees after having a really effective year the season before.
” This year there was a lot of guarantee, a great deal of new blood coming into the team. Youve got stars like Max Gawn in the middle, who actually is a superstar, and I simply dont understand how theyre unable to get the ball forward and actually struck the scoreboard.”
Stephen May for me is perhaps one you can press into the forward line and just ask him to bash and crash. Theyve just got to discover a method to score some goals.”
Crawford thinks that a loss next week to the Gold Coast Suns would end Melbournes season and put Goodwins position at the club “under the pump”.
” This season was all about a bit of hope, but theyve only had one win, by one point,” Crawford told Wide World of Sports Full Time.
Hawthorn legend Shane Crawford thinks the pressure is beginning to install on Melbourne Demons coach Simon Goodwins job as the clubs season looks “done and dusted.”
The Demons have remained in listless form with just a single win this season and failing to score over 60-points in a single game.
Sitting 17th on the ladder, its been a torrid run for their fans who withstood a substandard 2019 regardless of the skill of their roster.
Theyve just got to discover a way to score some goals.”