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Daw, Vickery or Holmes?

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Considering our lack of ruck depth, I wondered, if you had the choice to bring either Majak Daw, Tyrone Vickery or Jason Holmes to our club, who would you choose?

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I'd choose Majak Daw's.......... body to undergo experimental gene splicing therapy with Nathan Jones' blood, to mutate and increase Majaks Football IQ

 

James Hird was a lightweight.

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With a gun pointed to my head I'd choose.....

 

Ah hell just gimme the bullet.

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Surely we need to aim a bit higher than that

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15 minutes ago, Left-Field said:

Considering our lack of ruck depth, I wondered, if you had the choice to bring either Majak Daw, Tyrone Vickery or Jason Holmes to our club, who would you choose?

too left field for me, left field

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Thinking about it, maybe we should rookie that Keilty bloke instead.

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1 minute ago, Left-Field said:

Thinking about it, maybe we should rookie that Keilty bloke instead.

how tall is he? thought he looked at bit short for afl ruck but not certain.

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Castration, acid waterboarding or suspension by fish hooks. Which would you choose?

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17 minutes ago, Abe said:

Jason Holmes is the one i rate the highest of the three, but still... none.

 

Who is he? I've never heard of him

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13 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Castration, acid waterboarding or suspension by fish hooks. Which would you choose?

Depends who I'm doing it to

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It's a trick question ? 

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29 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

how tall is he? thought he looked at bit short for afl ruck but not certain.

Number: 15
Height: 194cm 
Weight: 88kg 
DOB: 08/05/1995

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57 minutes ago, Wiseblood said:

I'd choose... none.

I'll have what he's having!

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13 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

Elementary, Abe!

The game's afoot .. but Watson...( All jobes aside :unsure:) do we go left or right. Egads the blighter's legged it. Send message to Le Strad.

This conundrum smells of Moriarty's doing.

I feel the need of a pipe ( seek out Martin.He nose the way )

Alas John ...Vickery would be ours but for Daws early mourn !!

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Daw's better than Holmes, but he might actually cost something. You'd think we take someone as ruck depth and they are hard to find. So no great options there.

Vickery is a forward who can pinch hit in the ruck. As a free agent he's going to cost nothing in draft picks but something decent in salary. I wouldn't take him as I think Hulett and Weid should come on pretty quickly and one of Dawes/Pedo can be kept for depth.

Certainly both ruck and forward/ruck are positions where we need someone and there might not be a lot of good alternatives.

If the Bombers cut him I'd take a look at McKernan as a very cheap 1 year deal player.

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