Ex-Dons president Paul Little has ‘no comment’ on board challenge

While Barham’s board has been criticised for the Thorburn appointment and resignation – the ex-NAB boss having decided to quit the Essendon job rather than give up the chairmanship of the City on a Hill church – two influential supporters contacted by The Age expressed the view that Essendon needed a period of stability and that Barham should continue to lead the club.

Thorburn’s exit has left Essendon’s board with the task of a fresh search for a chief executive and the implementing of a ground-breaking review of all club operations, which was done by Ernst and Young and…

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