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“I know that our supporters expect us to improve on last year,” Goh told dtp4.com when quizzed about why the club is hoping to reach its fifth successive Super League title, after ending their losing run of 17 in the previous six seasons.

The Goh brothers have enjoyed unprecedented success under the guidance of ex-Jets and Kings chief executive Tony Whittingham, whose efforts led the Suns to the 2017 Super League premiership, where they lost to Perth at ANZ Stadium earlier in the season.

Goh said the club will be looking forward to a challenging season this season and will have been watching the finals closely to see how they would perform without key players returning.

“We’ve been really disappointed with the way we’ve played,” Goh said.

“The team hasn’t lived up to expectations.

“A big part of it was we didn’t make enough gains to give our supporters an impact.”

The Suns have been missing all form players and coach Nathan Buckley has made a number of changes to his team, while former Wests Tigers defender Joel Selwood and former Port Adelaide defender Michael Hurley have gone to the Melbourne Storm.

Goh has been adamant the club will make the most of the changes and make a major impact at home.

“The big thing is, we’ve got a lot of options available,” Goh said.

“We have lots of options for each position. It won’t be too long now before we’ll make a decision as to what our best squad is.”

Meanwhile, former Essendon player Jake Neade has taken up the challenge of running on the wing in 2016.

New Essend더킹카지노on midfielder R바카라ory Lobb has agreed to be the club’s new vice-captain when he moves into the senior management role on a three-year deal in 2017.

Neade will take on his new role when the club is re-signing Lobb, who was contracted for three seasons with the Swans.

“I am really excited about this, as an adult,” Neade told AFL.com.au.

“There’s still so much to be learnt from my playing career and when I look back now with how I’ve lived in this game and grown up, it’s really exciting because it really helps me to learn things from guys in my positions as well as myself.”

Former Essendon midfielder Adam Simpson is also due to mov

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