Why there is “growing disillusionment” in North Melbourne

Caroline Wilson suggests that there is a potential “slaughter” in North Melbourne as she believes influential and great board member Glenn Archer has a significant say in his off-season moves.

The club is currently reshaping its playing and coaching ranks after a disappointing season by withdrawing eleven players and publicly introducing Ben Brown for trading.

They also parted ways with several assistant coaches, bringing back doubles premier player and former Sydney Swans assistant John Blakey to work under current senior coach Rhyce Shaw.

Wilson has now revealed that there is internal fear about the roles of CEO Ben Amarfio and football boss Brady Rawlings at the club.

She said Archer is currently overseeing the club’s football operations and potentially undermining both Rawlings and Amarfio.

“It just feels like there’s a slaughter at this football club,” she said Footy Classified von Channel 9.

“I want to focus on two great people outside of the field – (first) Ben Amarfio, who is the CEO. Previous CEO Carl Dilena was removed because they wanted someone with soccer and cultural skills.

“There is growing disappointment that Ben Amarfio never went to the hub to oversee what was going on with Players in Disorder, a rookie coach and football manager.

“Then you have Brady Rawlings, who was told by the West Coast (last year) not to leave and terminate his contract there. Their veteran CEO in Trevor Nisbett said he wasn’t quite ready.

“I understand that he put his latest plan on the board not long ago, and I’m not sure any of it was heard.

“The last coaches to get the film were Jarred Moore, Heath Scotland and his brother Jade Rawlings. They felt that Brady Rawlings would not fire them, and all of this was done by the board of directors and Glenn Archer.

“Archer clearly runs this football club at all levels of football and I’m not sure that is healthy.”

Archer returned to the club’s board this year, just a year after resigning his role as football director due to heightened business obligations elsewhere.

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