Carlton coach Michael Voss has urged his struggling club to “stick together” after a tumultuous week for the Blues was capped off with another loss on Friday night to Melbourne at the MCG.
The all-too-familiar tale of off-field instability reared its head again for Carlton on Monday when club director Craig Mathieson stepped down from the board after reportedly being at the centre of a verbal altercation in the rooms following their loss to Sydney last weekend.
But Voss didn’t think the board room tension was impacting his players’ performance, and actually saw the drama as a positive.
“I thought it was a great show of strength from the club about what we need moving forward,” Voss said of Mathieson’s departure.
“We’re going through a tough spot, and form comes and goes, but you need to be able to get busy leading through it, and that’s what we’re trying to…