Thursday, 7 November 2013
David Wojcinski and
Matthew Scarlett will test their football nous against each other in the Geelong Football League next year.
Wojcinski was named coach of Newtown and Chilwell on Thursday after signing a two-year deal.
The announcement came two months after Scarlett was named co-coach of powerhouse club South Barwon.
Monday, 24 September 2012
David Wojcinski finishes his career with a VFL flag after the Cats beat Port Melbourne by 33-points.
"It's the best way to be sent off - it's unreal," Wojcinski told the ABC.
"To see so many people come out to a VFL game was unbelievable. It's a really good standard of football and we're just so happy to have won today. Our boys just tried their guts out today and we eventually got over the top of them."
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
David Wojcinski has retired after 203 matches and three flags.
"I've been lucky enough to play with great players at the club. I will miss playing with such a great team and the camaraderie and conversation with the boys. It's been so much fun playing here," he said.
"But I think it is the right time. The body has struggled a bit this year and I think it is the right time to go out."
Monday, 10 September 2012
Veteran Cat David Wojcinski will postpone a decision on his future until the end of Geelong's VFL campaign.
"I don't know yet, I'm just going to see what happens at the end of the season. Wait until we finish this year and make a decision then," Wojcinski said.
Tuesday, 5 June 2012
Veteran Cats defender David Wojcinski looks likely to play his first game of the season on Friday night against Carlton.
"It's not a matter of assessing his fitness or his performance on the track, because he's been training and performing well for a decent period of time now," Cats coach Chris Scott said.
"It will really come down to what we think we need against a specific opposition. He gives us something a little bit different. He's got extreme speed; he's been showing that on the track."
Wednesday, 9 May 2012
Geelong's David Wojcinski faces a month away from football after being found guilty of rough conduct in the VFL against Jack Viney.
"My whole intention was to tackle right from the start, I had no intention to come in and hurt him at all," Wojcinski told the tribunal.
"Right at the last second he changed direction, and I felt like I had to brace myself. I was very surprised what had happened, I was shocked to be honest."
Tuesday, 8 May 2012
Due to a fixture anomaly, Cat David Wojcinski could miss almost two months if banned by the VFL tribunal for striking Casey Scorpions debutant Jack Viney and leaving him with a broken jaw.
"I actually saw the incident, I wasn't far from it at all, and it was split-second. It was very tight," Cats coach Chris Scott said.
"So I guess you could say from one perspective that he was a bit unlucky. But we'll really need to wait until the VFL tribunal's had a look at it before we can assess the damage."
Monday, 7 May 2012
Geelong veteran David Wojcinski will front the VFL tribunal to answer a charge of rough conduct on Melbourne youngster Jack Viney who required an operation to insert two plates in the cheekbone after the incident.
Saturday, 28 April 2012
Triple premiership hero David Wojcinski turns back the clock in VFL as he builds towards an AFL return.
"He was back to his old self Wojo, we got him up on the wing more this week and we were able to get the ball in to his hands and let him run and carry," Geelong VFL captain Troy Selwood said.
"Whether he needs maybe one more week or whether Scotty's [coach Chris Scott] keen to get him back in [to the AFL side] this week I'm not too sure, but it was the Wojo of old."
Tuesday, 13 March 2012
A foot injury is likely to keep Geelong speedster David Wojcinski on the sidelines for at least the first month of the season.
"He's got a couple of different things compacting on top of each other," Cats assistant coach Nigel Lappin said.
"He's been going a lot better in the last two or three weeks, but he's a work in progress at the moment. Unfortunately we can't give a definite answer on when he's going to be back."
Monday, 24 October 2011
Geelong dasher David Wojcinski says he is ready to sign a new contract to play on for the Cats in 2012.
"If the club said that enough was enough, I was happy to hang them up because I've had a good career and three premierships, but they are pretty keen to keep me on and I'm rapt with that," Wojcinski said.
"Once they said, 'We're happy to have you', I was more than happy to stay around. I love playing footy and love playing at Geelong."
Wednesday, 13 October 2010
Geelong football manager Neil Balme says there is no friction within the club over the re-signing of Darren Milburn and David Wojcinski.
"While you can debate when blokes should retire, we're extremely happy for both Darren and David to play on," he told SEN Radio.
"We want them to stay, they want to stay, and we've got to make the most of it."
Tuesday, 13 October 2009
David Wojcinski's future at Geelong remains uncertain as his management seeks a better deal from the Cats.
"Nothing's really changed. There's an offer on the table from Geelong. David's preference is to stay but it sort of depends on their salary cap issues," a spokeswoman for Wojcinski's manager, Paul Connors said.
Saturday, 26 September 2009
After missing out on making the Geelong side to face Hawthorn in the 2008 grand final, David Wojcinski says its good to have another chance in 2009 as the Cats take on St Kilda in this year's grand final.
''Missing out last year wasn't great,'' Wojcinski said.
''You want to play in a grand final every year and I wanted to make sure I was playing better football this year.''
Friday, 25 September 2009
David Wojcinski and his wife welcome a baby boy just two days from the 2009 grand final.
"I'm heading back to Geelong - my wife had a baby two days ago, so I'll have to head back there to hang out with them tonight, and I'll just keep it as normal as possible, as if it's a normal game," Wojcinski said at the start of the grand final parade.
"They're still in hospital so I'll get a good night's sleep."
Monday, 31 August 2009
David Wojcinski plays one of his best games for the year, after tallying 23 disposals and a goal against Fremantle, to celebrate life membership with Geelong after 150 games for the club.
"My parents and few people around Heyfield are the ones I'd like to thank for their help. And of course heaps of blokes around the club here, they've been fantastic," Wojcinski said.
"I didn't think about 150 games, it wasn't really a goal, I just wanted to play as many as I could. I am just and honoured to have played 150 games for such a great club.
"To me it means a heap. A lot of blokes I have played with have played 150 and to see my name on the board is such an honour."
Saturday, 21 March 2009
David Wojcinski insists he has lost none of his blistering pace as Geelong decides whether to make him its new go-to backman this season.
Saturday, 10 January 2009
Geelong defender David Wojcinski has pledged to fight back from his Grand Final heartbreak by playing his best football this season.