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    Backroom Shennanigans29 June 2018 – Coffs Harbour I’ve heard of this play but I’ve never got around to actually rea

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    I was honestly surprised that I liked this Williamson doesn't really do it for me on the whole he's too unsubtle but his early plays I find I like a lot than his later ones I'd avoided The Club because Jesus sport but I found myself in the position of needing to read it for work It is unsubtle but that's part of its charm I found the single setting hearkening to ancient tragedy very interesting and I did manage to find a univer

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    This was on my Year 11 reading list then we went to see the play brilliant I can vividly remember sitting on a train reading this and being unable to stop laughing out loud that tears formed in my eyes at the bonding between star player and the former one over a joint HystericalWith the present controversies at The Clubs I recalled my reading of this popular playAs a recently arrived immigrant to Melbourne it was a perfect introdu

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    Classic Williamson A great send up of Australia's sporting obsession Must be based on Collingwood

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    Like many plays that you read without seeing performed The Club unfortunately seems a little flat on the page but would most definitely make for a fascinating production when brought to life While the sport of AFL has moved

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    Like Don's Party The Club takes a bunch of seemingly disparate characters whips them into a frenzy of two faced interactions and surveys the wreckage before the play's closing Great one liners abound though none vie for the crown held by the 'G'day cunt features' line of Don's Party

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    Loved it Then again it was about football so that was to be expected

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Ever belonged to a sports club if you have ever been part of any organisation in which the will to win prevails and the trial of strength goes on in the clubroom long after the players have left the field then you will know the men of The Clu. Like Don s Party The Club takes a bunch of seemingly disparate characters whips them into a frenzy of two faced interactions and surveys the wreckage before the play s closing Great one liners abound though none vie for the crown held by the G day cunt features line of Don s Party Essential Juices and Smoothies if you have ever been part of any organisation Buttermilk Graffiti in which the will to win prevails and the trial of strength goes on Vengeance Road (Torpedo Ink in the clubroom long after the players have left the field then you will know the men of The Clu. Like Don s Party The Club takes a bunch of seemingly disparate characters whips them Pantaleon y Las Visitadoras into a frenzy of two faced Ni Un Jefe Más. Quiero tener mi negocio y ser mi propio jefe. Secretos para independizarse: Cómo un Emprendedor Exitoso. Cómo crear una empresa exitosa. Cómo emprender e iniciar un negocio rentable interactions and surveys the wreckage before the play s closing Great one liners abound though none vie for the crown held by the G day cunt features line of Don s Party

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The Club is about the hangers on the end of loyalty the coming of professionalism big business and massive transfer fees It's about each and every club in the League and about soccer rugby and baseball too writes the Melbourne Sun's football c. Backroom Shennanigans29 June 2018 Coffs Harbour I ve heard of this play but I ve never got around to actually reading one of Williamson s plays Basically he is uite a famous Australian playwright In fact he is the only Australian playwright that I can name and probably the only Australian playwright of which I would actually go and see one of his plays particularly this one especially now that I ve read it and his other famous one Don s Party I guess it is a good thing that I never studied this play at school namely because I probably would have had a sour taste in my mouth but in regards to Australian literature well it is up there with the best which in my opinion isn t really a hard mountain to climb So the beauty of this play is that it could be set in the club rooms on any major sporting club that happens to be dwelling at the bottom of the cellars it could be Leeds Utd or Bayer Munich the Greenbay Packers or the Boston Redsocks hey it could even be the Collingwood Football club which is actually the club that I believe it is based upon though these days for those who are familiar with Australian Rules Football the team that comes to mind would be Carlton Now I honestly don t know the history of many if any of the teams beyond Australian Rules Football and even then I m not all that familiar with them beyond the late 90s but the thing is that aside from some Australian jargon this could be any team out there In fact it doesn t matter what country you are in I assure you that as soon as you start reading the shenanigans that are going on here a certain sporting team will suddenly spring to mind and you will have no choice but to run with it even though some of the lingo such as playing in the ruck and full forward or even the term to mark the ball may not euate to any of the other sports out there So we have this unnamed club Collingwood that used to be the pride of the league but has since fallen on hard times It has been nineteen years since they have won a flag which is basically a premiership and the last five games have been pretty disastrous We have a club president who while he loves the game knows absolutely nothing about actually playing it but is than happy to throw his two cents worth into the ring We have a couple of coaches one a former coach and the second a former top player whose time coaching the team looks like it is coming to an end Finally we have the star player who looks like he may be heading for retirement and then we have the ace recruit that has turned out to be a dud Yep there are certainly a number of names that spring to mind when I actually write this synopsis Really it is just a couple of hours of these characters interacting and trying to set the team in a better direction In fact it seems to have to do with the backroom discussions than actual on field strategies Obviously the president is an interesting character because it shows us how fans actually know nothing about playing a professional sporting match I always find it fascinating that fans seem to know a lot about what to do than the guys on the field who are under a lot of pressure and have missed obvious marks because well the pressure they happen to be under Then there is the player that has suddenly discovered that he is now past his prime For years he would be unbeatable on the field but suddenly discovers that the young blood are now tearing him apart Yet despite his skill this is still a team that has not gotten anywhere in 19 years It simply goes to show how what we have is not so much a champion team but a team of champions Germany s demolition of Brazil at the last World Cup certainly showed us what is the better match As for the young dud well that is also an interesting story because while he may be an ace on the field if his heart in not into the game then he isn t going anywhere and certainly playing for a club that happens to be sitting at the bottom of the ladder really doesn t help Mind you these days in Aussie Rules Football they try to even it out by having the teams at the bottom get first pick at the draft at the end of the year but that still doesn t seem to help some teams all that much Finally there is this idea of professionalism The play was written in the mid seventies where we were beginning to see a change in the sporting culture When my Mum was growing up she told me how playing for a major league club was a part time hobby whereas these days it is a full time endeavour Want to go out for some Saturday night drinks Well that isn t happening these days because you have a strict training regime and during the season you are pretty much accountable for everywhere you happen to be going These days it is big money and good players can earn millions ignoring salary caps of course which is a big thing in Australia and surprisingly a big thing in the United States as well I never realised salary caps were actually a thing over there Beforehand it was all about tradition but these days it is about money Want to win a flag well then buy yourself a champion team or rather a team of champions This is where it clashes with tradition These days players chop and change based on the best offers given to them whereas back then they would not only stick with their team but they would stick with the team their parents played for Mind you we still have the father son rule in effect which means that if your father played for a team then you pretty much get dibs on which team you want to play for which honestly still gives the game a bit of magic However people aren t loyal any and you see this on a field where players who have switched teams get booed by supporters of the teams that they switched from I doubt the players care though since they earn money than a majority of the fans will probably make in their lifetime Coaches also switch teams as well though of course if as a coach you aren t winning flags then you aren t going to be a coach for long because in the end it doesn t 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