Former Carlton coach Denis Pagan slams the club and fans
Carlton’s 0-6 start to the season has heaped pressure on coach Brendon Bolton.
However former Blues coach Denis Pagan has told Mornings with David Morrow and Matt Thompson on Macquarie Sports Radio that there are issues with the club and its supporters.
When he was asked if there’s something different about Carlton that creates these issues, Pagan responded: “If you keep losing, all of a sudden there are fractures in the place. When I was there the board was fractured, disunity, the administration there were splinter groups. Everyone is bagging everybody else, the whole place becomes a snake pit and they’re all against each other.
You can’t be successful when there’s disunity like that in an organisation and I just hope that they stick with Brendon. I don’t know if he can coach or not but I just reckon they should stick with him.”
And he also unleashed on their supporters, saying “some of them wouldn’t know what good football coaching is if it was in the bowl of Wheaties in front of them in the morning and that’s the reality of it.”