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SportPaul Roos rules himself out of coaching, but open to other roles at Carlton

02:50  04 june  2019
02:50  04 june  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Carlton sacked Brendon Bolton on Monday afternoon in an emotional press conference, following the Blues' disastrous 1-10 start to the season, putting David Teague in charge as interim head coach . Now, the search for a new head coach begins, yet Roos has already ruled himself out .

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Former premiership coach Paul Roos has ruled himself out of of the Carlton coaching job, but said he'd be open to other roles at the Blues.

Paul Roos rules himself out of coaching, but open to other roles at Carlton
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Carlton sacked Brendon Bolton on Monday afternoon in an emotional press conference, following the Blues' disastrous 1-10 start to the season, putting David Teague in charge as interim head coach.

Now, the search for a new head coach begins, yet Roos has already ruled himself out.

Speaking on Fox Footy's On The Couch Monday night, Roos said that he simply would not be able to commit to the needs of a head coaching role.

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“Having done it before, you realise the energy it takes and you’ve got to be in a really clear space to be able to do it,” Roos said.

“Whether you’re or a good coach or a coach that’s not successful, you’re putting in the same amount of energy. Like, Alastair Clarkson and Brendon Bolton are putting in the same amount of energy.

“You’ve got to be prepared to do it and prepared to say ‘yes I’ll commit to it’ and ‘yes I’ll do it’ — and I’m not in that space at all.”

The 55-year-old took over the Sydney coaching role from Rodney Eade in 2002, leading the Swans to break their 72-year premiership drought in 2005.

He put in place a succession plan at the Swans, where John Longmire took over in 2011, before going on to coach Melbourne, putting in a similar succession plan for Simon Goodwin in 2016.

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Roos has often stated that he would not coach at the highest level again after finishing up with the Demons, however, he would not rule out a mentoring role at the Blues.

“When I sit here now, I have a real interest in leadership and a real interest in developing people — that’s the business I’m in at the moment — so if that means doing something at Carlton in a model, yeah I’d listen to it," Roos said.

“I would listen to anything around making people better, helping people — that’s in the corporate world, that’s in the sporting world. That doesn’t change at all.”

The Blues have not made a finals series since 2013, and have only one four games out of the last 43.

It is a problem that Roos believes takes some creativity to fix, arguing that the issue goes further than the coaching role.

“You’ve had two premiership coaches Mick Malthouse and Denis Pagan — two very celebrated premiership coaches — and two young coaches. You’re now faced with the situation that you’ve been down both those paths twice, so the biggest thing for Carlton now is to somehow be creative.

“How do you become creative? I used to be a Carlton supporter, but I think Carlton supporters now want a solution, want to see something that they can go, at the next press conference, ‘actually that makes sense’.

“This is not about a coach coming into Carlton. This is about the football department collectively getting this thing right.

“The conversation needs to change away from that list of coaches to who is available, ‘what does our structure look like, who are our four assistant coaches … that’s the level of discussion that should be going on at the moment.”

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