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Waite Almost Over For Blues
Injury News
James Hunter-Smith | Herald Sun
1st May, 2013

Jarrad Waite

JARRAD Waite took a promising step forward towards resuming his post as Carlton's key forward after a solid comeback in the VFL yesterday.

Waite, while kicking only two behinds, presented strongly and tackled well as Northern Blues lost to Port Melbourne 16.11 (107) to 13.13 (91) at Preston City Oval.

The 30-year-old made his delayed return to football after suffering a calf injury in the pre-season.

Waite finished with 12 disposals, including six marks and four tackles


Posted by Tribey72 on Wednesday, May 01 @ AUS Eastern Standard Time (973 reads)
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Steal As Blues Swoop On Menzel
In The Press
Michael Warner | Herald Sun
November 22, 2012

Troy Menzel

CARLTON landed the coup of the draft snaring freakish goalkicker Troy Menzel at pick No.11.

Posted by Tribey72 on Friday, November 23 @ AUS Eastern Daylight Time (1057 reads)
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Malthouse Challenges Gibbs
In The PressMichael Gleeson | The Age
November 6th, 2012

The Age
picture Justin McManus.
Carlton Football Club, first training session under new coach Mick Malthouse.
Mick Malthouse addressing the players.

ON HIS first day in the job, governing his new group of players, Michael Malthouse has thrown a challenge to the as yet unfulfilled talent of Bryce Gibbs to become a genuine midfielder next season.

Gibbs is the type of player that Malthouse believes needs to lift to ease the pressure on Chris Judd.

''I would like to think he is going to be playing in the middle, but it is coupled with half-back and half-forward, but he certainly has to come up that next level,'' Malthouse said of Gibbs.

''Let's break it down in a 20-minute quarter, no time-ons … he has got to be able to do eight to 10 minutes in the midfield, and that is quite significant.


Posted by Tribey72 on Tuesday, November 06 @ AUS Eastern Daylight Time (1167 reads)
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Mick's Blues Given Dream Draw
In The PressJon Ralph | Herald Sun
October 29th, 2012

Mick Malthouse

HAWTHORN is set to be handed the opening seven weeks from hell in next year's fixture, but Carlton's proposed tough draw has turned out to be an illusion.

But while Mick Malthouse has complained about Carlton's testing start, its lowly finish this year has handed it a dream fixture.

The Blues are expected to be given a fixture on Wednesday in which they play just one finals side twice. That side is Collingwood, with the blockbuster status of the rivalry and revenue generated over-riding the issue of a double-up against a top-four side.

Posted by Tribey72 on Monday, October 29 @ AUS Eastern Daylight Time (1089 reads)
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Malthouse Named Carlton Coach
In The PressWill Brodie | The Age
September 11, 2012

Mick Malthouse has been confirmed as the next coach of Carlton, the club officially announcing that he will take over on a three years contract from November 1.

Club President Stephen Kernahan made a perfunctory statement, before introducing Malthouse.

"We are pleased to have someone of Mick's standing in the game, and I think his record speaks for itself..."

Malthouse will complete obligations with the media, La Trobe University and his daughter's book tour beforehe officially takes up the reigns at Visy Park.

Posted by Tribey72 on Tuesday, September 11 @ AUS Eastern Standard Time (1210 reads)
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