Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by bones, Sep 16, 2016.
Results driven business
“I have had 10 good years back in the NRL, including the last two years at Manly, after working for Chelsea Football Club in the English Premier League,’’ Mr Kelly said. Not making this up!
Replaced with a school principal http://www.seaeagles.com.au/news/2016/09/16/ceo_announcement.html I wonder if he'll be bringing back corporal punishment at MWSE, or a naughty corner for error ridden players.
He got sick of taking orders from Bozo
This should make a few people on here happy I would think
Is Scott Fulton a teacher?
Thank faaark for that. The statement should have gone on to read "the Sea-Eagles do not however thank Kelly for his mismanagement of outgoing legends, complete mess of player negotiations with Foran and DCE, and total incompetence in dealing with sponsors. We wish you good riddance and extend our sympathy to the next doorstep you land upon"
Do not allow the door to hit you on the bottom on your departure.
Lol - see ya Joke.
Bye Bye Carl from the movie UP. Better get that tie straight for your next Job interview!
A still school principal as the new CEO. Know nothing about the bloke, but surely this appointment is as left field as you would get? A yes man I take it?
With the announcement of a new CEO and jersey design,I wonder if the club are buttering up supporters for an announcement that won't be very popular?
One down, several to go...Next to exit, and sooner rather than later please; Barrett Cartwright Zorba Peters Ferris Fulton
Did you know that he used to work for Chelsea?
What they think is unpopular and what is unpopular are most likely two different things.
It would have to be the strangest appointment yet. Genuinely interested in thoughts. What are the duties of a CEO? How would a guy whose last 15 years was as a school principal fit these duties? Hope it's a master stroke!
Cleary was the principal when I was still at school. He was very much a no nonsense type who has made the school much more profitable than it was before him. The school was run very professionally and had more of a "business" feel than a school. Still, not sure if a high school principal is the best man for the job.
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