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Aussie Rules: Cameron predicts bright Giants future

Departing Greater Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron went out on a low as the Giants slipped to defeat against Carlton but is predicting brighter times ahead for the club.

GWS are priced at 13/2 to make the top eight this season but they have only picked up two wins so far and now Cameron is heading for the exit door.

Tough season so far

The Giants sit 15th on the ladder following the 30-point loss against Carlton on Sunday but Cameron has told the players they need to look forward.

He is in no doubt that brighter times are on the horizon and these difficult moments will make them stronger going forward.

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"It's disappointing and I said to our players afterwards 'look, it's a really disappointing way to finish', Cameron said. You can ramble on about it. I can see it in their eyes, but I just said 'don’t be despondent'.

"Clearly the club’s had a couple of losses that we’re not proud of, but that's what builds footy clubs; we've been through tougher times before. So, they'll come out the other end, they’ll be fine."

Emotional day

Meanwhile Cameron believes the emotions of the day could have contributed to the defeat against Carlton.

"Whether sometimes emotions go over the top and you make silly decisions, you're trying too hard. I think there was a bit of that today, and that's not a true reflection of our group,” he added.

Mark McVeigh will now coach the Giants for the rest of the season.

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