Sport Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon outraged by claims he's leaving for Collingwood

12:26  13 august  2017
12:26  13 august  2017 Source:

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A caller rang in to the radio program and suggested Lyon had approached Collingwood through his manger, alleging that Lyon ' s heart was no longer in coaching Fremantle . Ross Lyon is not happy about comments made on radio he says are untrue.

Fremantle and Ross Lyon are hot under the collar after Brad Hardie linked the Dockers coach to the job at Collingwood . The Fremantle Dockers coach has denied Hardie' s claim he is interested in coaching Collingwood .

Brad Hardie is a sports commentator and journalist.© Trevor Collens Brad Hardie is a sports commentator and journalist. Fremantle Dockers coach Ross Lyon has come out swinging at a journalist who claimed Lyon had approached Collingwood to become their next coach.

Sports journalist and commentator Brad Hardie made the claim on Radio 6PR on Saturday following the Dockers' loss to the Sydney Swans, Lyon said.

"I am bitterly disappointed that such so called journalism even sees the light of day," Lyon said.

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Dockers coach Ross Lyon .Picture: Daniel Carson/AFL Media/Getty Images. Fremantle coach Ross Lyon has categorically ruled himself out of the running as a candidate for the Collingwood job next season.

FREMANTLE coach Ross Lyon has launched a mid-season review of his side’ s preparation leading into games following skill errors in a thrilling Dockers ’ win over Collingwood at home last Thursday night.

"I have contacted Brad Hardie directly and voiced my disgust at his comments.

"They are totally without foundation and not based on fact in anyway, shape or form.

"Such an erroneous and reckless claim should be exposed for what it is – a complete fabrication and a falsehood.

"It is also important for our members and supporters to know that I couldn't be more be committed to what we are trying to achieve as a club at the Fremantle Dockers.

"I can assure our members and supporters that I am totally focused on returning the club to sustained finals success."

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Fremantle coach Ross Lyon insists he hasn't approached Collingwood about becoming their next AFL coach . Hardie claimed Collingwood rejected Lyon ' s approach but the Dockers dismissed the claims as "spurious".

Fremantle coach Ross Lyon slams report linking him to Collingwood as ‘complete fabrication’. FREMANTLE coach Ross Lyon has released a statement to voice his “disgust” at a Perth radio report claiming he contacted Collingwood about becoming its next senior coach .

Freo coach Ross Lyon is outraged at claims he says are untrue.© Pat Scala PDS Freo coach Ross Lyon is outraged at claims he says are untrue. Fremantle CEO Steve Rosich said the claims made by Hardie, who writes for Fairfax Media, were spurious.

"Our club has a policy of not responding to rumour and innuendo, however in this case, because the report is utterly false and personal in nature, we felt compelled as a club to issue today's statement," Mr Rosich said.

"Ross is contracted to the club through to the end of the 2020 season and has made it very clear that he is firmly committed to his role as senior coach of the Fremantle Football Club.

"His sole focus is on returning the team to a pathway of sustained finals success.

"Ross' application and dedication to what we are trying to achieve as a club has not wavered and can not be questioned."

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Sunrise Perth. Brownlow medallist Brad Hardie is responsible for the claim . 7 News Perth Perth 7 News Update AFL Collingwood Magpies Fremantle Dockers .

Fremantle Dockers . Sunrise Perth. The claims about the Dockers coach were made by Brownlow medalist, Brad Hardie.

Hardie's claims gained traction because of the way Lyon left St Kilda to join Fremantle at the end of 2011.

The Dockers sensationally axed then-Dockers coach Mark Harvey in order to lure Lyon their way.

The Saints were left stunned by Lyon's defection, and the senior coach copped widespread criticism over the move.

But he has since established himself as Fremantle's most successful coach, guiding the club to a grand final in 2013.

Fremantle are currently in the second year of a rebuild after their premiership window shut abruptly early last season.

They sit in 14th spot with an 8-12 record.

The Dockers put in one of their worst performances of the year on Saturday in a 104-point loss to Sydney at the SCG.

But they have been largely competitive in most games this season, even pushing heavyweights Geelong and GWS all the way in recent months.

Racist taunts and theft mar Dockers game .
The Fremantle Dockers' final game at Domain Stadium in Western Australia has been marred by two off-field incidents involving fans. The club is investigating after Indigenous player Danyle Pearce was racially abused after yesterday’s match against the Richmond Tigers.The 31-year-old was carrying out a training drill after the game, when a male fan in a corporate box yelled out that he "could stop running because the police weren't chasing him".Pearce has since made a formal complaint about the incident, and the AFL has confirmed the club is making further enquiries.

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