World News – UA – Report: Nathan Buckley tells Adam Treloar Collingwood stars want him to leave


Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley reportedly called midfielder Adam Treloar to tell him his fellow Magpies wanted him kicked out of the club

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Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley hit back after a report was released claiming he told Magpies midfielder Adam Treloar that the club’s senior players « didn’t want him anymore »

Treloar was thrown into the business rumor mill last month when it was revealed his wife Kim Ravaillion would resume her netball career with the Queensland Firebirds in Super Netball competition

Ravaillion would also take the couple’s young daughter with her, which sparked speculation that Treloar was considering moving to the Lions or the Gold Coast Suns to avoid being separated from his family. However, the 27-year-old categorically put an end to these rumors, saying he wanted to stay in the black and white sweater.

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Treloar is under contract with Collingwood until the end of the 2025 season, but he would have been « incredibly frustrated » to learn that the Pies did not want him next season

Fox Sports reporter Tom Morris reported that the Magpies do not see Treloar as part of the club’s future and « would consider paying more than $ 200,000 of his 2021 salary even though he was in another club « 

Meanwhile, Sam McClure of The Age reported that the Magpies were keen to get rid of Treloar because they didn’t believe he could play in his prime while being based away from his wife and his family. girl

SEN’s Sam Edmund reported Buckley added salt to the injury by giving the AFL star a harsh reality

“What we can say as an absolute fact is that Nathan Buckley had a phone conversation with Adam Treloar last week where he told him that Collingwood’s more experienced players no longer wanted him in the game. club

« We were wondering how Collingwood would seek to exert more pressure to force Adam Treloar out – now we have our answer

« Now they tell him his teammates want him, which I find amazing because he is a very popular player in this football club »

Collingwood has yet to comment publicly on the situation with Treloar and Buckley on Twitter following the release of the latest report

« ‘Absolutely’ news for me Sam, » Buckley tweeted « The constant rumor and innuendo is disrespectful to Adam, the club and our supporters

« You know this tweet will be from Nathan Buckley, » Edmund told Bob and Andy from SEN

« I’m not a former media statesman, but I’ve been around long enough to know which stories the hand grenades are and which are the feather dusters

« I think it’s fair to say that I walked into this one with my eyes wide open – I double and triple checked the post and everything around it to make sure I ‘was 150% sure

« And even then, its explosive nature is such that I was reluctant and wondered if it was worth it

« Adam Treloar is extremely popular at Colingwood I can tell you that the conversation between Nathan Buckley and Adam Treloar absolutely took place »

Channel 7 AFL reporter Tom Brown tweeted: « Collingwood has opened up to criticism, not explaining Treloar But it’s their prerogative if they want to trade him He’ll have to accept it

« And not really their obligation to explain to the world a sticky situation of an employee And play it in public

« The Treloar problem itself is sensitive But they have to explain a list strategy that starts to look from the outside and in the absence of any explanation Pretty chaotic Maybe there is a method But in the vacuum of information, that doesn’t make much sense « 

ESPN reporter Niall Seewang said, “This situation with Collingwood and Treloar is really weird. Surely the Magpies need to address it publicly? « 

Last week, Kane Cornes, winner of the post of Prime Minister of Port Adelaide, called on Collingwood’s hypocrisy to support players facing other issues in their lives, but without supporting Treloar to help him going through what will be a difficult adjustment if he stays in Melbourne next year away from his family

“This is wrong,” Cornes told AFL Trade Radio “We know that so many players in the competition have issues off the pitch and the averages would definitely suggest there would be more than a few players from Collingwood of which the club is aware who have problems off the pitch

« Whether it’s alcohol, drugs, a mental health issue or issues with a player’s immediate family – all of these have the potential to disrupt and affect performance on the pitch

« But good clubs, they go out of their way to support their players and make sure it doesn’t impact the pitch »

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World News – UA – Report: Nathan Buckley tells Adam Treloar that Collingwood stars want he’s gone


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