Wednesday, 12 January 2011
Part of the panel
that appointed James Hird, Scott Lucas will return to the Bombers in a part-time capacity in 2011 forwards coach.
"Hirdy rang and asked if I'd like to come down and do a little bit of work with the forwards," Lucas said.
"I jumped at the opportunity to be involved with the club again in an official capacity and I'm really looking forward to the role."
Friday, 3 September 2010
forward Scott Lucas has been named to a three-man panel charged with finding a replacement for Matthew Knights as head coach of Essendon.
Friday, 4 December 2009
Former Bomber Scott Lucas signs with
the Greenvalue Football Club for 2010.
"We're obviously very happy with the fact that he's signed at Greenvale," Greenvale president Bruce Kent said.
"No doubt he's had offers to play at other clubs, and we're thrilled he sees his immediate footballing future at Greenvale."
Tuesday, 18 August 2009
Essendon veteran Scott Lucas announces his immediate retirement, calling an end to his decorated 270 game career.
"Even earlier in the year, I had a firm belief in my mind that this would be my last year," he said
"Things always change; things turn around, but nothing has changed in the way I know this decision is right."
Friday, 7 August 2009
Essendon veteran Scott Lucas' career may be on the line after injuring his knee which is expected to sideline him for at least two weeks.
Tuesday, 4 August 2009
Essendon coach Matthew Knights says he has tough decisions to make over the future of veterans Matthew Lloyd, Scott Lucas and Dustin Fletcher.
"I am going to sit down with all of the three veterans at the end of the year. They are all pretty professional mature guys. We will leave it to them," Knights said.
"Those guys will have a big say, and virtually all the say, as to what they want to do. They have earned that right because they are champions of the Essendon footy club."
Sunday, 7 June 2009
Essendon forward Scott Lucas is likely to spend time in the ruck to help him regain form and off-load pressure from Paddy Ryder in today's clash against Adelaide at Etihad Stadium.
"He had limited ball time at first ... we put him in the ruck and used him as a solution down back," Bombers VFL coach Adrian Hickmott said.
"What we wanted for him was to get some ball in his hands and when he got it, he was good. I thought his second efforts were pretty good too."
Thursday, 7 May 2009
Discarded Essendon forward Scott Lucas has decided to play for the Bendigo Bombers on the weekend.
"Scotty has put his hand up to play and I think it is fantastic by him to get back, get some good form and come back and be a real key for us," assistant coach Scott Camporeale said.
Wednesday, 6 May 2009
Scott Lucas may not play at all this weekend, and is several weeks away from a return to senior football with Essendon determined to reinvigorate its veteran forward.
"We just feel in supporting Scott it's the best way to go to release the pressure valve so he can go away, find some form, and come back in some form, and see the real Scott Lucas again," Essendon coach Matthew Knights said.
"We think it's probably the best way to support him through the patch he's going through. We need to break the cycle he's in at the moment"
Tuesday, 5 May 2009
Former Essendon skipper James Hird says out of form Scott Lucas needs to be given more time and would not benefit from a break or a stint in reserves.
Essendon has lost patience with out-of-form veteran Scott Lucas, dropping him for Friday's clash against Hawthorn at Etihad Stadium.
"Scott's fairly pragmatic. He understands the way of the world," Essendon coach Matthew Knights said.
"He's disappointed as anybody in his position would be.
"We want him to go back and get a bit of relief. We want him to go away and regain some form. Whether he plays in the reserves will be up to him."
Monday, 4 May 2009
Essendon is considering sending forward Scott Lucas down back to replace Dustin Fletcher.
Tuesday, 21 April 2009
Matthew Knights has defended veteran forward Scott Lucas, and believes the goalkicker is "on the up" after a slow start to the season following knee surgery.
"He's just had a couple of weeks where he hasn't taken his opportunities and I'm sure that will come because he's so technically sound. It's just a matter of time before he has a breakout game," Knights said.
Sunday, 5 April 2009
Essendon coach Matthew Knights has thrown his support behind Matthew Lloyd and Scott Lucas, saying their return to form is imminent.
The pair have had a limited impact two rounds into season 2009 but Knights backed them to bounce back sooner rather than later.
Tuesday, 31 March 2009
Scott Lucas needed extra elbow room on the flight home from Adelaide on Sunday night.
The Essendon forward played out the clash against Port Adelaide burdened by a large lump on his right elbow.
But Lucas will be fit to confront Fremantle on Sunday, with the Bombers last night explaining the injury as a case of elbow bursitis.
Thursday, 29 January 2009
Essendon welcomes back important trio Mark McVeigh, Scott Lucas and Jason Winderlich to full training after injury.
Friday, 4 July 2008
Veteran Bombers Scott Lucas and Dustin Fletcher sign one-year deals with Essendon, likely to keep them at the club till the end of their careers.
"This is really good news for us. Between Scott and Dustin, they have over 500 games of AFL experience. Both are best-and-fairest winners, both are premiership players and they are very important to this club.", chief operating officer Travis Auld said.