Tuesday, 27 October 2015
Robbie Warnock's checkered
time at Carlton has come to a close after the club delisted him on Wednesday.
Nick Holman and rookie-listed pair Tom Fields and Brad Walsh were also delisted as the Blues made the final changes to a list that has undergone great upheaval since the appointment of new coach Brendon Bolton.
Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Robbie Warnock will
miss the rest of the 2015 season due to a shoulder injury.
Warnock partially dislocated his shoulder on multiple occasions against Geelong in round eight but the club had hoped he'd be able to avoid surgery.
But the shoulder would not respond to natural rehabilitation and he will have surgery this week.
"He obviously subluxed it a few times in the Geelong game and he'd been trying to rehab that the last couple of weeks without much success," Carlton head of football Andrew McKay said.
"(It is) unable to function at the level required, certainly to play senior footy, so we think the best course of action is to go and get that surgically repaired."
Thursday, 17 July 2014
Cameron Wood has come
from the clouds to play his first game this season in a shock selection move ahead of Friday night's clash against North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium.
The Blues have selected the former Collingwood big man, who has spent 2014 in the VFL, dropping Robert Warnock after he was convincingly beaten by Sydney Swans opponent Mike Pyke in round 17.
Wednesday, 16 January 2013
Robbie Warnock hopes to be in for a big season in 2013 after participating in every pre-season session so far.
"To be out there and training, it's great because I've only done that probably one other pre-season, so hopefully it's a step in the right direction," Warnock said.
"Just being out there and getting the k's in the legs is really good. There's no substitute for the fitness (you get) out there, so the fact that I'm out there hopefully means that I'm a step ahead of where I have been last year and years before."
Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Carlton ruckman Matthew Kreuzer, Shaun Hampson and Robbie Warnock are capable of playing successfully together in the same side under new coach Mick Malthouse, new Blues midfield coach Rob Wiley says.
"I think the one good thing about those three players is that they're all athletic, they're mobile, and you only have to look at the way Mick selects sides (to know) that those three players can certainly play in the one side," Wiley said.
Thursday, 12 July 2012
Carlton ruckman Robert Warnock has signed a new deal tying him to the club until the end of 2015.
"I am really pleased to have this finalised before the end of the season as it stops speculation about my future," Warnock said.
"I really enjoy being at the Carlton Football Club, we have a great playing group, a great mix of successful and knowledgeable coaches and importantly great facilities at Visy Park.
"While there has been frustrating times due to injury, I believe I have an important role to play and it is great the club agree and has shown faith in me. I look forward to repaying this faith."
Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Up to five clubs are chasing Carlton ruckman Robert Warnock, but the tall is keen to stay with the Blues according to his manager Colin Young.
"We definitely haven't signed with GWS. Four other clubs have said to me what GWS has," Young said.
"[Giants list manager] Steve Silvagni said if he isn't signed by round 22, then let's talk.
"But if you know Robbie, he just wants to play good footy. We are just sitting back at the moment, but as soon as he starts playing footy again, we will have a chat to Carlton."
Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Ruckman Robert Warnock is in danger of missing Carlton's season opener against Richmond as he recovers from shoulder surgery.
He had both shoulders done, so his was the most major surgery that we had [in the off-season] and we're just mindful of that," Carlton football manager Andrew McKay McKay said.
"He's progressing well, but we don't want to push him. If he's not right we won't play him."
Friday, 20 May 2011
Carlton ruckman Robbie Warnock is hospitalised after receiving a blow to the head in the dying stages of the Blues' match against Geelong.
Tuesday, 18 August 2009
Carlton recruit Robert Warnock's may finally play a game for his new club after spending much of the year recovering from a foot stress fracture suffered during the pre-season.
"He's certainly in consideration. His game at the weekend was the best of the three," Blues football manager Steven Icke said.
"His GPS numbers have gone up, as has his game time. So he's getting back to a reasonable level of fitness and he gives us another big-man option."
Brett Ratten will continue to proceed with caution in regard to Robert Warnock' return, despite the Blues pushing for a top-four spot.
"He's getting closer. I suppose we just want to make sure he's 100 per cent to come into the team if he does come into the team. We'll sit down and have a look at him train today," Ratten said.
"I'd probably say I'd be leaning toward him not play than play at the moment."
Monday, 20 July 2009
Carlton will unveil its star ruck recruit Robert Warnock in the VFL on Saturday after a season beset by injury.
But Warnock had pre-season shoulder and ankle surgery and was then placed on the long-term injury list because of foot-stress fractures.
"We expect him to play this week as long as he gets through training," Carlton football manager Steven Icke said.
"We are confident he is ready to play, and we want to get him up and ready if we make the finals."
Monday, 8 June 2009
Carlton ruckman Robert Warnock is on track to make his debut for the Blues in the second half of the season after coming to terms with the foot injury that derailed the start of his 2009 campaign.
"It's not a common one. Most footballers get navicular problems, but mine was more related to the surgery," Warnock said of his injury.
"I didn't get a full range of motion back, which altered the mechanics of my foot, so everything was a bit tight which put strain on some different areas of the foot which weren't used to it.
"Both times it came on all-of-a-sudden. It wasn't like a gradual build-up of pain where you could back off a bit which is what most stress fractures are like.
"We're pretty confident we've got it sorted out now. I just have to take more time with it and build up the running intensity a bit more gradually."
Saturday, 7 March 2009
NEW Carlton ruckman Robert Warnock is on track to play Round 1 in the VFL as his recovery from a foot injury gathers momentum.
Wednesday, 7 January 2009
Carlton recruit Robbie Warnock sidelined for up to eight weeks with a stress fracture in his foot.
Wednesday, 10 September 2008
Robert Warnock informs Fremantle that he will be returning to Victoria for family reasons.
Carlton's football operations manager confirms that the Blues will begin negotiations to bring the young ruckman into their fold.
Should Fremantle not be able to come to terms with a Victorian club for a trade, Warnock could then go to Melbourne in the pre-season draft without the Dockers receiving any compensation.