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Former Brisbane coach Justin Leppitsch harbours no ill feelings toward the board that sacked him or the club captain he was widely reported to have a strained relationship with. Vapormax Triple Black Mens .Leppitsch was released on Monday from the final year of his contract after Brisbane slumped to a 17th-placed finish with just three wins this year - leaving him with 14 win from 66 matches.He told The Nine Networks The Footy Show on Thursday night he was initially disappointed and angry with the boards decision, but quickly accepted the club needed to go in a different direction.Lions captain Tom Rockliff, who has tried unsuccessfully to negotiate a contract extension beyond next season, is by no means certain to continue with the Lions either.Leppitsch played down a reported rift between him and the skipper and doesnt believe Rockliff should be stood down or traded.If the the club feel Toms position as captain needs to be looked at (so be it) but I tell you what they havent got a Melbourne Cup field coming through as candidates to replace him, Leppitsch said.Thats just the position where the clubs at.He has a great passion for the football club .Leppitsch said he had no issue with being notified of his sacking over the phone or with the players being informed via text message - not email - as had been widely reported.Obviously, it was disappointing early, but theres a great realisation in this game that were all just passing parades, he said.Theres been disappointment, theres been levels of inevitability at times and theres been other times Ive felt disappointed that this process has happened, but its also part of the big picture of the footy club and the club is bigger than any individual.Leppitsch said he first felt his job was in grave danger about two to three weeks before the end of the season.He admitted the Lions well-documented issues at board level had been a distraction at times, but added those matters had been identified and were being worked on.The most-important thing is that our football club has a united front going forward, he said.I cant deny that in the last month some things shifted as far as decision making goes, but I still believe that the club had to have a fresh start.Theyre difficult decisions to make - whos on the bus and whos not.It doesnt fall my way now and thats fine. I worked very hard for the footy club and what I can hang my on is that that everything I did for the club to win its next premiership. Nike Air Vapormax Triple Black . -- Former San Diego Chargers safety Paul Oliver was found dead at his Atlanta-area home Tuesday night, and a medical examiner said Wednesday that the ex-player committed suicide. Vapormax Flyknit Triple Black . "Hes going to have hip surgery on Jan. 7, and hell be expected to rehabilitate for four to six months beyond that," Canucks general manager Mike Gillis said Friday in an interview. http://www.vapormaxshoesforsale.com/ .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. UBET punters are split on who will be crowned King of the Mountain at Bathurst on Sunday with the pairings of Whincup/Dumbrell ($3.75), Lowndes/Richards ($5.00) and Van Ginbergen/Premat sharing the bulk of the money.Chad Mostert and Steve Owen ($9.50) have also attracted some interest from the punters as Mostert looks to bounce back after he was involved in a horror smash during last years insttalment. Cheap Nike Air Vapormax. Dont forget if you place a winner bet on the Bathurst 1000 with UBET and your car finishes 2nd or 3rd, you get your money back up to $25. This offer is only available at ubet.com and through the UBET app.Click here for all the Bathurst 1000 odds. Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China NFL Cheap Jerseys ' ' '

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