COLLINGWOOD coach Mick Malthouse has taken pole position in the Coach Ratings this week after polling a perfect 100 per cent from our readers for its performance against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on Saturday night.
The Pies kept the Power to just 3.3 (21) in the 138-point win. It was a relentless and hard working win.
Geelong coach Chris Scott is outright second on 95 per cent following the Cats similar thrashing of Gold Coast at Skilled Stadium.
While, Carlton coach Brett Ratten and St Kilda coach Ross Lyon share third position for the week so far after impressive performances on the weekend.
Lyon’s average has shot up after recent weeks and it is no surprise with the Saints winning six straight to consolidate their spot in the top eight.
At the bottom of the pack this week is Port Adelaide coach Matthew Primus, who polled a dismal 10 per cent for the loss against Collingwood.
Rookie coaches Todd Viney at Melbourne and Guy McKenna at Gold Coast polled the next worst for the round.
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