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If we win the premiership, who would your loudest cheer be for when they accept their premiership medal? Jack Watts - the whipping boy, booded by the club that crucified him. a brilliant user of the ball and integral part of the team. The face of the dees and much loved around the club.. Max Gawn - our culture is apparently hopeless and he got caught by Neitz having a smoke on the way to training. Has since embraced a leadership role Neville Jetta - heart and soul and just about everyones favourite player Jack Viney -It annoys me when commentators say Joel Selwood is tough. Jack Viney is easily the toughest player in the league. Jayden Hunt- Expect Andre Macloed's grand final form. Norm Smith medalist Jordan Lewis- Premiership hero actively wanting tot\i come to Melbourne Nathan Jones -three best and fairets' and a leader. Could dictate the game. Oliver / Brayshaw / Petracca - watch out to the competition. Even Buklcey ' coach't coach them backwads,I expect I will be cheering Jaydnen Hunt but time will tell I'll pick Dom Tyson..
Awesome to see Nev finally getting some well-deserved love... Max Gawn: Gawn leads the AFL in hit-outs (40.7 a game) and has greatly improved his ability to cover the ground. His battle against reigning All Australian big man Todd Goldstein in round three was one of the best individual ruck duels in years, according to Demons coach Paul Roos. Jesse Hogan: Has had some poor games but has absolutely lit it up in a few as well. The powerful young forward has bags of seven and five and sits equal fifth on the Coleman Medal table. Tall forward spots will be hard to come by this year, so Hogan will need to finish the season with a rush to secure a spot. Neville Jetta: Goes about his role with a minimum of fuss but is rarely beaten. The best lock-down defender at the club has also improved his attacking ability, averaging a career-high 15.7 disposals per game. He also has an underrated side step, which allows him to burst clear out of traffic. Jack Viney: The young midfielder has become a genuine star in his fourth season at AFL level. Viney leads the League, comfortably, in centre clearances and is ranked fifth in overall clearances. Puts his head over the ball instinctively and has the ability to lift his team. AFL: Who’s in the mix for All-Australian?
There are posts everywhere which include what are now embarrassing comments. It's time we made an official list of humble pie statements. I'll start: Lynden Dunn - I apologise for repeatedly stating you weren't worth keeping on our list. I was wrong, and so horribly wrong. Neville Jetta - I apologise for claiming that you're a great trier but too slow. I was wrong Cameron Pedersen - I apologise for stating that you weren't up to AFL standard and that the only time you showed anything it was in defence. I was wrong.