Caracella has either played or been an assistant coach and been involved in winning a premiership at every club he has been at so far, except Richmond. Richmond people have said they owe much of the change in the game day plays to Caracella. They are a force to be reckoned with, like them or not.
So, using Richmond as a positive example because until recently, many of us looked at them negatively and called them Ninthmond. We might be Ninthmond now. As a club they seem to be on track and doing a lot right from only a year ago, when the media were screaming for Dimma’s throat. Success has not come to Richmond without pain, disappointment and discomfort.
Are we too conservative as a club (not taking into account the supplement drama) and are we dragging our feet resisting change?