Le message « incroyable » de Daniher aux Bombers révélé avant le match phare de la veille de l’anniversaire du roi.


Neale Daniher Inspires Essendon Ahead of King’s Birthday Eve Win

Neale Daniher, a Melbourne legend and former coach of the Demons, visited Essendon this week to deliver an inspiring message to the team ahead of their King’s Birthday Eve clash against Carlton. Daniher, who was diagnosed with MND in 2013, is a heartening annual feature of this week in the build-up to the King’s Birthday clash between his former side and Collingwood as part of the Fight MND cause. With the Daniher family being a key part of Essendon history, including Neale playing 82 games for the club, coach Brad Scott emphasized the significance of the occasion for his team this week.

Essendon blew past Carlton by 34 points in front of over 80,000 people at the MCG to improve to 8-5 on the season, equal with the fourth-placed Lions, ahead of Essendon’s mid-season bye next weekend. Scott hoped to see Essendon’s King’s Birthday showdown with the Blues build into an ever bigger fixture. « I think the King’s Birthday Eve slot has got the potential to grow into a massive game and another blockbuster for the competition, and we’re just really privileged to be able to play in a time slot like this and we were certainly built it up, » Scott told reporters after Sunday night’s win.

Neale Daniher’s Message of Resilience

During his visit to Essendon, Neale Daniher delivered a powerful message of resilience to the players. He emphasized the ability to choose your attitude and how you respond to adversity. « It’s not what happens to you, it’s how you respond to it, » he said. The message resonated with the players and helped to motivate them ahead of their game against Carlton.

The Danihers are legends of the Essendon footy club, and Neale’s visit was a big occasion for the team. Scott was taken aback by how MND is getting a hold of Daniher, but his message of resilience was unforgettable. The pregame speech was recorded and will be available on Essendon channels for everyone to watch.

In conclusion, Neale Daniher’s visit to Essendon ahead of their King’s Birthday Eve clash against Carlton was a significant moment for the team. His message of resilience and the ability to choose your attitude in the face of adversity was inspiring and helped to motivate the players. The Danihers are legends of the Essendon footy club, and their presence added to the significance of the occasion.

Keywords: Neale Daniher, Essendon, King’s Birthday Eve, resilience, MND, Carlton, Brad Scott, Melbourne, Demons, Fight MND, AFL.

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