Corey Chamblin is very good when dealing with the day-to-day question period he has with reporters. He keeps it loose, but when he has to, he lets go. He let go on Tuesday when asked about the criticism he is receiving for some late-game calls in BC and the fact the team is 0-3.
“There are two podiums waiting at the end of the year – a championship podium or a cross and I’m prepared for either one,’’ Chamblin said.
“If the fans want a new coach, they can get that. I do my best and if they are short-tempered and they want to move on that’s up to management and them. At the end of the day, I’ll still work and I’ll still be a great coach whether it’s here in Saskatchewan this year or somewhere else next year or the next couple of years.
“To be honest, I don’t give a damn about that. When they want to come and put the work in, they can get the results. Right now we’re doing some good things.
"At the end of the day just stay patient. When we get that championship, just make sure the guys who weren’t on our team don’t get on that boat with us. They can come in here and boo me every day, but at the end of the day I still get my paycheque and I'm doing my job. If Brendan and the board feel its best to move on. that's fine, but my body of work has been commendable since I have been here. When my time is up here, it will be. When I go to bed at night, the last worry I have is getting fired.
It capped off a day in Riderville where the team officially signed DB Geoff Tisdale, welcomed back DB Paul Woldu and announced long snapper Levi Steinhauer was done for the season with a knee injury.