Nasher

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  1. It sounds to me like you're volunteering to go back and look at all his other disposals, brfe. I look forward to the comprehensive report
  2. Richmond winning means more competition for a spot in the eight, but it softens up the top four big time. A lot of the teams in the eight play each other; pretty much every spot up to third is up for grabs. All we need to do is keep winning, stuff what anyone else does. As I said previously, this was definitely a good week to have won!
  3. No. Pedersen gave sweet FA for three weeks straight. Watts underdelivered because of poor marking efforts and so forth, but he was in the play. Pedersen has no role to play when we've got a full list of talls to choose from. This is exactly the same conversation I had last week. Just cross out the name Watts and write Hogan. I'm very confident the outcome will be the same here.
  4. I rate this suggestion on the same level as I rated Clint's suggestion last week that Pedersen should play ahead of Hogan.
  5. Well he's definitely upset my list management plans - at the start of season I had him as easy fodder for list turnover. Can't even see him being prised out of the senior team at this stage, let alone off the list. He's been excellent.
  6. All the goals is up already. Interested in the Tyson haters view on the lace out kick to Hogan that lead to the Garlett goal in Q3. ANB has become an important link in the chain. A number of our goals were caused directly from his efforts and ball use, including two pinpoint passes - one to Petracca on his own and then to Garlett on the lead. He is a development success story in my opinion. Until recently I thought the half forward flank was where second string midfielders went to die, but ANB, Harmes and Melksham have really started to deliver in those roles.
  7. Doesn't tackle much, but when he does, they hurt. That tackle 15 metres out after the unluckiest bounce ever was an absolute ripper. I'm still in disbelief at such a good player landing on our lap. He hasn't had a poor game since joining.
  8. Tyson was the engine room in the first half and one of the chief architects of our dominance. He tired in the second half, by his own admission, so his influence waned, that's why he's low in the votes, but I reckon it's low hanging fruit to pick out a few errors and decide he sucked. Players who get heaps of the ball are bound to make errors with it at times.
  9. Gawn and Hogan came straight in to the seniors after missing half the season. Like I said with Hogan, Jones is either ready or he ain't. There are some players you don't stuff around with playing in the twos. If Jones is ready, they'll have to make the hard call on someone. And that someone will be JKH or Trengove unless someone is sore.
  10. By the way, I absolutely love love love the indigenous jumper. Haven't owned a footy jumper since I was a kid, but very tempted to make an exception for this.
  11. Good week to have won, that's for sure. If Richmond beat GWS we'll remain parked in 7th, where we started the round, with Sydney pulling ahead on percentage. If we'd lost we'd be 8th and a game behind our main opponents, and a thrashing would have put us out of the 8. One game separates 4th and 11th. It really is a nuts season.
  12. Very excited to hear Gus getting amongst it. I thought it would take him a few weeks at least to get his confidence back. What a fantastic bit of news to round out a good day. Thanks heaps for the updates.
  13. It's a bit of a dice roll when he disposes of the ball - you know something is going to happen, you're just not sure if it's going to be amazing or something awful. I think it's a function of his MO of doing everything at maximum speed; he needs to add composure to his repertoire. It's not a complaint, though, just an observation. I commented early on last year that it wasn't just that he's fast, but he's also much tougher than he looks like he should be. I haven't changed my view. Just love him.
  14. Is Brayshaw playing in a helmet? (I know, asking the cutting questions)
  15. 6. Hibberd 5. Jetta 4. Oliver 3. Tyson 2. Viney 1. Gawn