December 2016 – In the Murky Depths

Zeke’s put out a piece about the “3-headed monster” proposed as heading the Montreal Alouettes…with Chapdelaine remaining as Head Coach and OC, Kavis Reed as GM, and Danny Maciocia occupying some “murky” position as “director of football operations”. No doubt it’ll go down something like this: Maciocia will keep his tenured position at U of… Continue reading December 2016 – In the Murky Depths

December 2016 – The Down Side of Sentimentality

At some point last off-season I posited a conversation between Jim Popp and Bob Wetenhall. Popp convinced a reluctant Wetenhall to retain his services as Head Coach in order to preserve Calvillo’s un-merited position as offensive-coordinator. The premise was ROCK SOLID, inasmuch as it was UNDENIABLE that ANY potential legitimate HC candidate would baulk at… Continue reading December 2016 – The Down Side of Sentimentality

December 2016 – Als New GM – A 0-Horse Race?

According to Gary Lawless of TSN, Brock Sunderland is no longer under consideration by the Wetenhalls for the Alouettes’ open GM spot. At the same time, Lawless reports that Danny Maciocia has had no formal contact with the team since his one interview on the subject. It’s worth noting, however, that Lawless himself reported that… Continue reading December 2016 – Als New GM – A 0-Horse Race?

December 2016 – AGAIN with the Montreal Gazette Posts

Jack Todd wrote YET ANOTHER article on the MLS Montreal Impact supplanting the Alouettes in Montreal. I took exception, and wrote a response: It’s kinda funny. Whenever an article like this appears the underlying assumption always seems to be: there are sports fans out there, or rather Sports Dollars, and each pro team in the… Continue reading December 2016 – AGAIN with the Montreal Gazette Posts