Thrashing won’t deter Carlton from their club ‘reset': coach Brendon Bolton

Thrashing won't deter Carlton from their club 'reset': coach Brendon Bolton

Carlton’s latest hammering won’t sway Brendon Bolton from his course to rebuild the club, the coach insists.Instead, Bolton is urging his callow side to learn some harsh lessons from Friday night’s 90-point away loss to Port Adelaide.

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“What you are seeing is what we said we were going to do a year and a half ago: we said we’re genuinely going to reset our footy club,” Bolton said.”There’s some tough lessons to learn out but I have got no doubt those lessons will help us grow.
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