Carlton Footy Club: "Winning Isn't Everything"

14 April 2014, 10:30am

Carlton's loss to the Melbourne Demons on the weekend was seen as a tragedy, worthy of a ancient Greek auditorium. The loss added insult to injury to the club who is yet to record a win in the 2014 Premiership season.

President, Steven Kernahan fronted the media this morning to discuss his clubs horror 2014 season. Kernahan, who can be difficult to understand at the best of times, grunted out some of the most pathetic words ever muttered by a President:

"Everyone should calm down. The lads had fun out there and winning isn't everything. I spoke to Marc Murphy after the game and he told me that he had a great time having a little run around with his mates. The Carlton playing squad are not merely circus monkeys for their fans amusement. Win or loss, the boys got some exercise, got to play on a real AFL oval and most importantly had some fun".
Mick Malthouse wasn't as stoic about the teams loss. He pointed the finger squarely at his overbearing intensity and the fact that the players got a little excited when his daughter Kristy Malthouse, walked into the club room before the game wearing a pleasant floral perfume and tight jeans. In his words, "I've overcooked my coaching days".

Lets hope the Blues can find some form and ensure that the Brisbane Lions stay at the bottom of the ladder, where they belong.

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