Amid a number of differences on recruiting, Silvagni was upset about the courting of free agent Brandon Ellis by Liddle. Carlton told Stephen Silvagni prior to trade period that he would not be retained as the club's head of list management. Former Carlton list manager and club legend Stephen Silvagni has hit out at the AFL club over the way they handled his December exit. "Having the most senior list management staff member unable to participate in an increasing number of discussions and decisions relating to both list management and match committee is a situation that is not in the best interests of the Carlton Football Club. âHeâs going to need some time to get his touch back.â, âWhat I do know is Paddyâs first year was very good. Mike Hammond departs WSFM Sydney, replaced by Bill Weaver. âWe certainly had a discussion about him, we obviously met him, was he a priority? We certainly had a number of players committed to the football club â we had Jack Martin, Tom Papley, Marc Pittonet and Eddie Betts wanting to come. Silvagni will join AFL Trade Radio regulars including the AFL’s number one news breaker Damian Barrett and Port Adelaide games record holder Kane Cornes in dissecting and analysing all of the deals and the drama. Sign up to our free daily newsletter for the latest in radio, audio & podcasting. Silvagni was informed a matter of days before the October trading period – in which Carlton had key targets of Jack Martin and Tom Papley – that he would not be offered a contract for 2020. 1973 Rd 17 - Ray Byrne offloads the footy to Bruce Doull. Carlton confirmed the news on Wednesday night, crediting 312-gamer Silvagni for putting together a "playing list that … Crucially, the Blues cited Silvagni's family conflict of interest - two of his sons, Ben and Jack Silvagni, are on Carlton's list - as a key reason behind the decision. âYou work really hard to get your salary cap and TPP into a position that you can look after the players now and you can look after players in the future, but when certain people start splashing money out after we all agree what that payment should look like and particularly as a list manager, when youâve got to look after other players and other managers, and youâve got a 17-year player sitting there who youâve actually just done a deal with and you look eye to eye with them and say âthis is all we can pay youâ and heâs been very loyal to his club, and Iâm talking Carlton, and then another player comes in (Betts) that youâre bringing back and then you want to pay that player more than the player that has been sitting at your club, I donât find that fair. Stephen Silvagni (c) was let go at the end of 2019. AFL Trade Radio host Damian Barrett promised “insider” access to all the big player movements. 1977 - The Truth Footy Olympic's Program; Phil Pinnell. âThe Tom Papley approach got a little bit messy. Simon Baggs launches radio and podcasting course, Nine Radio appoints Chris Rieger as news director at 4BC, ‘We are more important than ever before’: CRA’s Joan Warner. Your email address will not be published. ... Amid a number of differences on recruiting, Silvagni … Stephen Silvagni knew before October's trade period that he would not be at Carlton in 2020.Credit:Chris Hopkins. I think Mitch was a better player at Adelaide than he has been at Carlton.â. Stephen Silvagni comments on Papley, Betts, McGovern, Dow, Ellis and more By Nic Negrepontis 2020-10-21T09:41+11:00 Former Carlton list manager Stephen Silvagni has provided his perspective on a number of players that have raised questions in the Blues’ orbit in recent years. Talking with Garry Lyon and Tim Watson on 1116 SEN, Silvagni said this year’s AFL Trade period was shaping-up to be unique. âItâs also about being sensitive to the playing group, it can put a bad taste in their mouths. The 26-year-old, who becomes a restricted free agent at the end of 2022, has been constantly linked to a move back to Victoria in previous years. The favourite son fronted a tense board meeting last week and aired some of his grievances at the way he had been treated by management, in particular by the chief executive Liddle, who has ultimately prevailed in an apparent conflict with the favourite son and list manager. âMitch is a great guy and I think he has got a lot of talent. Stephen played in 312 games for the Blues, whilst his father Sergio played 239 games. â100% (it was a decision by Cain Liddle to go over my head).â. Silvagni's five-year tenure at the club where his father Sergio Silvagni was also a famous player earned plaudits from club president Mark LoGiudice. Second year he battled, probably second year blues, but having said that what I do know about his season this year, he barely did a pre-season and he was injured for most of the year.â. Former Carlton list manager Stephen Silvagni has opened up for the first time on the club’s pursuit of Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines. © 2020, SEN All Rights He is the first of three generations to play football for Carlton: His son Stephen (born in 1967) played 312 games for Carlton from 1985 to 2001, and his grandson Jack made his debut in 2016. Stephen Silvagni takes aim at Carlton over his exit from the club and the Blues’ treatment of his sons Lauren Wood , News Corp Australia Sports Newsroom October 21, 2020 5:36pm Carlton confirmed the news on Wednesday night, crediting 312-gamer Silvagni for putting together a "playing list that is now well placed to earn success moving forward". âI just think heâs been given a bit of a free ride at the minute and this is just my opinion, I think heâs been very lucky to play a lot of footy this year.â. Wines played 17 games for Port Adelaide in 2020 and recently confirmed intention to stay at the club for the longer term. Jake Niall is a Walkley award-winning sports journalist and chief AFL writer for The Age. âThe difficultly with the Wines (deal) is it came late,â he said on AFL Trade Radioâs The Late Trade. âDan Butler was certainly in the equation at some point, but as a list management team we decided not to go there,â Silvagni said. Probably not high priority, but certainly there was interest depending on whether we got our other priorities through the trade period,â he said. ", Scott Spits is a sports reporter for The Age. Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Silvagni will join AFL Trade Radio regulars including the AFL’s number one news breaker Damian Barrett and Port Adelaide games record holder Kane Cornes in dissecting and analysing all of the deals and the drama. 1972 GF - Big Nick leads team onto the ground followed by Walls, Quirk, Dickson & Hurst. When he was presented with the number 1 guernsey that his father had worn in his wonderful 239-game career in navy blue, it was only a matter of time until Stephen made his senior debut against Sydney at the SCG in round 5 of 1985. All Carlton Senior Hauls 7 goals and over, round 11, 2001 against Richmond at the MCG, Robert Reynolds Memorial Trophy - Best and Fairest, Robert Reynolds Memorial Trophy - Best & Fairest Award, Ultimate Carlton Premiership Party Mix Tape, Cheersquad History Captured by the Camera of Kev. AFL Trade Radio kicks off today with former Blues list manager Stephen Silvagni headlining a blockbuster lineup of football experts covering the latest trade news. Senior Carlton figures are prepared to be grilled on the Silvagni removal when they front the fans in an online members' forum on Monday night. The man who has overseen Carlton's latest and drastic list overhaul, former champion player Stephen Silvagni, is departing the Blues. Poll: Who should replace Ben Fordham on drive next month? He was aware of the club's interest in Ellis, but did not see the winger as a priority. The 26-year-old, who becomes a restricted free agent at the end of 2022, has been constantly linked to a move back to Victoria in previous years. âI think Carlton supporters need to realise Paddy was injured for most of the year.â, © 2020, SEN All Rights 2020 - Jacob Weitering & Sam Walsh named in U/22 Team of the Year. Carlton great and former list manager Stephen Silvagni … Silvagni's removal has been divisive at board level, where director Craig Mathieson has backed the AFL's full-back of the century, while Mathieson's uncle, the poker machine magnate and club benefactor Bruce Mathieson, is also displeased with the removal of his friend, although there is little that any of Silvagni's supporters within the club can do about it. AFL Trade Radio broadcast 156 hours of radio and 130 hours of live video across AFL.com.au and the AFL Live app last year, with syndicated windows across the SEN. When you have a contracted player you have to work with their management group really closely and also that manager needs to condition (Sydney) and give them some significant time to get themselves prepared should a deal be able to get done,â Silvagni said. "Over the last five years Stephen has been at the forefront of what has been the first, complete, on-field rebuild in the club’s 155-year history," LoGiudice said. ... Having the most senior list management staff member unable to participate in an increasing number of discussions and decisions relating to both list management and match committee is a situation that is not in the best interests of the Carlton Football Club. âUltimately youâve got to be able to get the deal done and you also had Jack Martin coming in as a forward as well.
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