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  1. Where to play TMac?

    Can't see him playing anywhere other than forward.
  2. Training 19/4

    In all fairness... MFC rehab doesn’t always go ‘according to plan’...
  3. List of shockers in past two seasons.

    Not sure this brings anything new or insightful to the discussion... why make this list? what’s the take-away from reading it? does anyone not know these loses happened?
  4. Gawn Calls for Leaders to Stand Up

    He said in the video above 'I wasn't carrying on when they won the flag though.' (5:26)
  5. Gawn Calls for Leaders to Stand Up

    It's a good analogy, but I think it might have been what Bailey and Neeld had in mind when they cleared out everyone over the age of 28 leaving us with Grimes and Trengove holding the reins...
  6. Gawn Calls for Leaders to Stand Up

    Oliver's an interesting one and you're right about Lever (by reputation). Whilst he's arguably our best player under 22, you don't really see Clarry talking too much to teammates out on the field, pumping them up, putting a hand on their shoulder, etc. He gives some niggle to the opposition, which is great! Will be interesting to see who emerges from the pack of very talented young players to be real leaders on the field.
  7. Gawn Calls for Leaders to Stand Up

    Does anyone have any idea who the young leaders at the club are?? Every second draft pick we took for years used to be called 'a future leader of the club' (Trenners, Grimes, Watts, etc.). Who of the under 23s a future/current leader?
  8. Training 19/4

    Not to sound pedantic, but was he in runners or footy boots? (Never mind, have seen the answer in Vogon's training report)
  9. Time to show Oscar some respect!

    Never understood why he was and continues to be judged so harshly; you'd think we'd be overjoyed to have a 6'5" KPD holding down full back from his third season. I really like like him and invested in his stock early. He has the potential to become a much loved player for the MFC if he continues to develop and improve his intensity.
  10. Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 5

    Isn't that what the players have been saying..?
  11. Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 5

    It's like they don't even care about Fantasy Football!
  12. Training 19/4

    TMac would be such a massive boost if/when we get him back. He's been back in footy boots for a few weeks now, which is very positive as I believe that's what aggravated his toe last time he upped his loading. In addition, he's such a naturally gifted endurance athlete that he may be able to get back to match-standard fitness sooner than most. Fingers and toes crossed.
  13. Training 19/4

    Read in the AFL injury update that McDonald have overtaken Viney and is now in the 2-3 category with Jack in the 3-4. Very encouraging for TMac, and fingers crossed for Viney.
  14. Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 5

    Yes, but what I'm saying is if you're wanting them to 'shut-up', it's not going to happen. We are going to be all over the media Monday and Tuesday. Players are going to have mics shoved in their face at every turn and every question will revolve around 'How will you respond after the Hawthorn match?' Of course we want to see it on the field, but brace yourself, because you're going to be forced to hear a lot about it before the ball is bounced on Tuesday night.
  15. Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 5

    Doubt it, it’s a marquee game. We often complain that we don’t get the big Friday/Saturday night matches, but we also don’t get the spotlight and blowtorch that goes along with it. I have not doubt the Carlton coaches and players would rather be playing Sunday afternoon matches this year and having their losses going under the radar. However they, like us this week, face intense media attention as a consequence of their ‘big matches’. Expect to be hearing a lot about the MFC after Sunday afternoon.
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