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  1. daisycutter

    Hibberd Ruled Out of Cats Clash with Quad

    just drawing a long bow
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    Hibberd Ruled Out of Cats Clash with Quad

    darwin strikes again????
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    2018 Membership Thread

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    MFC025

    noice
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    Brent Harvey says we'll lose Jesse Hogan

    please don't let this pizzant thread make it to 4 pages......
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    Angus Brayshaw

    and home was a shoebox on the side of the road?
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    and brayshaw had 7 clangers (highest on the day) and 0 1%ers it's easy to cherry pick stats to suit any argument
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    if the afl do change the rules to reduce congestion, then this should be good for outside players and runners given the extra space. it may also mean more positional play and hence more one-on-one contests and marking. maybe a benefit for tall kp players. but who knows, the coaches certainly will continue to do whatever they think will help them to win, no matter what
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    yeah, i think he's been playing injured. i doubt he's 'cooked' at 27yrs old. a lot of people last year said kieren jack was 'cooked' , but he's come good this year (maybe not his best but still good) and he's 31yrs old maybe hannebery needs checking over by the richmond doctor before considering him 😄
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    i also edited my prev post to add some detail that this option was for if we wanted to attract a decent backup ruckman for max and we needed to offer good prospects of game time to attract him as you don't like 3 talls in the fwd line what future do you see for weids?
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    nothing terribly wrong with 3 talls if they are effective. both hoges and tmac are very mobile and aerobic and can cover a lot of ground. 20+% of the time one of them will be resting on the bench anyway but it does solve the problem of attracting a good big man to help out max without him ending up at casey for most of the year, which would be a turnoff for someone wanting game time so if you go looking for a quick backup ruch for max go looking for a fwd/ruck type
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    which is why we need a good fwd/2nd-ruck - to give max a chopout and if max injured to take over 1st ruck in time that might be bradtke or it could be weids. in the short term is there a suitable big man out there who could reasonably hold down a fwd position so we could at least offer game time
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    Who else do we realistically target at season end?

    timbo, save me from having to read the archives....what reasons
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    My 3 word player analysis V Bulldogs

    except that dogs had 5 more inside 50's just saying
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    Umpire Report

    to be fair it was more a low five 😄
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