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Bobby McKenzie

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    On our lengthy discussion on JW a few posters asked how Norm Smith would have been coaching Jack Watts. Smith coached teams in our golden years beautifully balanced with toughness and skill. The tough hard at it guys were Ron Barassi, Peter Marquis, Noel McMahen ( fearsome) Laurie Mithen ( tough and skilful) Clyde Laidlaw and John Lord to name a few. On the skilled side were Don Williams, Athol Webb, Ian McLean, Bob McKenzie ,Geoff Tunbridge, Ian Ridley and Ken Melville. Some might argue about Tunbridge as being skilled but was he skilled when shooting for goal on the run! Wobbly old punt kicks but so accurate. So basically Jack would fit into the second category and IMO Smithy would want him in his team.
  2. Farewell Jack Watts

    What a [censored] view of Watts in that he was carried by Hogan ANB and Garlett. Many of the goals scored by that trio were results of Watts setting them up. Jeffy and Hogan are going to miss Jack VERY much. Fancy the word [censored] being censored, It does have other meanings you know. WTF it has been censored again. I will try quere and see if that passes the censor. Talk about political correctness. Funny how WTF passes.
  3. Who are the judges here?
  4. A serious question, no rights or wrongs about it.
  5. Wonder what score this so called expert gave Port Adelaide?
  6. I agree with you on the last trade only. Lever and Watts trades were not at all satisfactory.
  7. I won't argue with this trade. Not like the other much discussed one. Here, we have a guy who has played 4 games in AFL and done well in them versus pick number 66 who could be a dud. Might be a rival for ANB or Dean Kent. BTW I saw Kent at a Perth Shopping centre last week. He looked very fit and muscular. He was looking for a phone box but had no luck and the crooks got away! Seriously though, he looked like he was ready for a big pre season. Let's hope so because he could be useful if fully fit. .
  8. Farewell Jack Watts

    Don't care about dessert but don't take away my whisky and hottie please daddy!
  9. Farewell Jack Watts

    With a childish comment like that you must be an 8 year old.
  10. Farewell Jack Watts

    i commend your optimism.
  11. Farewell Jack Watts

    You are surely joking a Doc. So you really reckon that the results of posters opinion would be different if you received a vote from 42000 members? Are you suggesting that the majority wanted Jack to go? I have quite a few mates who are MFC members and only one wanted him to go. Small sample but telling.
  12. Farewell Jack Watts

    Thanks for that Skuit. Well said. My worry is that we have lost a finisher and class when we lack these attributes. Not too optimistic re the future. We win the ball against all sides but don't utilise that advantage. I guess time will tell on this huge gamble.
  13. Farewell Jack Watts

    Lever in Watts out for pick 31. And losing first round pick for Lever. Yeah, we did extremely well Not. Explain how we did extremely well please.
  14. Farewell Jack Watts

    I have written to the club condemning Goodwin's actions. I'm not a bit ashamed and why should I be?