This from the Herald Sun makes a lot of sense,
“Jakovich, a player recognised for his self discipline and professionalism, acknowledged there was a culture and discipline problem at the club. “Where the club gets a lot of criticism is they’ve let a few (indiscretions) slip in the past couple of years and it’s come back to bite them,” he said. “There’s a lot of people now saying there is a discipline or cultural problem in the footy club. “(And from the outside) you perceive that there is. “They (players) need to understand their responsibility. How many times do you keep having these incidents and so-called meetings and counselling sessions? “It has to come to a certain point.”
Now I has booed Glen more times than……well a lot anyhow, especially when he decided to slap Longmuir, and earned the moniker “Slapovich”.
But here, what he says is exactly right. Contrast his comments with the doublespeak of Worsfold, “Worsfold yesterday ruled out West Coast enforcing an alcohol ban on its players. “I know a lot of our players don’t drink at all, so there is no use putting an alcohol ban on them,” the coach said. “
So, because some of WC players are responsible, or tea totallers, we should not ban those, like Kerr, who cant handle it. How does this make sense John?????
This final comment from Glen sums up the culture at WC for me,
“Asked would the player be at the club if it wasn’t Kerr, Jakovich said on SEN radio: “No, he wouldn’t.”