Wayne Carey launched a breathtaking assault on his own football club, calling the kangaroos a “mess” after Rhyce Shaw left Friday.
It has been widely reported that North Melbourne has started looking for a replacement coach for the 2021 season.
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Carey turned a blowtorch on North Melbourne officials on Saturday as the situation evolved after rumors the Paul Roos club had been following for some time.
According to reports, Roos will only work part-time with North Melbourne helping the club appoint Shaw’s successor.
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Carey said the club’s disastrous season and Shaw’s exit paint an ugly picture for the club’s direction
The Roos have also taken on several high-profile players and are set to trade star striker Ben Brown during this trading period.
Carey said the club has failed to communicate with fans and members this season, allowing suggestions that the club is in a mess.
“The place is an absolute mess and we don’t hear from anyone,” said Carey Triple M on a live radio segment.
“Can’t you address other things going on in the footy club? You do not have to deal with the processes; you can deal with the other processes.
“Let’s be honest, there is a lot going on.
“I’m telling you why it is important that you do this (communicate with supporters) – what happened now, all the innuendos and rumors about what happened … we hear all sorts of things and guess what we do? We begin to believe what we hear because they are not told about them.
“All of a sudden we believe everything we are told and if you believe what we have been told this place has cancer all over the pedestrian club. It’s really, really worrying. ”
He also passed on his best wishes to Shaw and his family before further tearing his former club apart.
“It is clear that our thoughts go to Rhyce and his family, and you hope that whatever he is going through, he will get healthy and fluffy,” he said.
“What disappoints me, if I’m just a former North Melbourne player, is who we heard from? We had a statement yesterday from Ben Buckley telling us a little bit about what’s going on with senior trainer Rhyce Shaw, but who else have we heard from?
“That’s the worrying thing for me … I really respect (CEO) Ben Amarfio, he’s new to the job, obviously Brady Rawlings, new to the job, Scott Clayton – all of these people we’re talking about I mean (Glenn) Archer is a director who has a lot to do with getting Rhyce into the job and making other important decisions.
“We haven’t heard from anyone. If things are going as badly as they are for North, and I think “bad” is a kind word, it is disastrous. Why haven’t we heard from these key people? ”
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