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35 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

There is a bye for Casey on that weekend as well.

I stand corrected. PlayStation it is. 

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13 hours ago, Copuchas said:

Not a bye in the VFL.....

 

12 hours ago, Demonland said:

I assume he means the VFL.

Thanks fellas. This hadn't occurred to me at all. On another absolutely completely unrelated note, is there any chance we can add a tongue-in-cheek Demon emoticon @Demonland? :)

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On 5/9/2018 at 5:24 PM, leave it to deever said:

Poor Vanders has had a shocking run.

Vanders in an uninjured state was a terrific footballer. Reports are that the medical team are very happy with his progress and the injury effect is closing rapidly; his workout routine across this period has been commendable, as well, maintaining strength and development, etc. Should he get back into full training and readiness for playing AFL matches, this year, do DL posters consider that he will get to play a game or two for us this season? 

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5 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

Should he get back into full training and readiness for playing AFL matches, this year, do DL posters consider that he will get to play a game or two for us this season? 

Hes good enough, but he hasn't played an AFL game since 2016, we are loaded with big bodied mids/forwards and the team is hard to break into and will hopefully be even harder to get into as the season progresses.

Reckon he and the supporters would be happy enough if he came back injury free and was able to play the season out at Casey and attack a full preseason for once.  He deserves a fair run at it.

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Unfortunately  CP has this role

If fit trade  Vanders out

Sad but his body issues cost him a career at mfc over 2 years plus

Can't see who he would displace barring injuries

Might  be better for him to move on 

I loved seeing him early on when fit injuries are cruel.

 

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1 hour ago, Petraccattack said:

Hes good enough, but he hasn't played an AFL game since 2016, we are loaded with big bodied mids/forwards and the team is hard to break into and will hopefully be even harder to get into as the season progresses.

Reckon he and the supporters would be happy enough if he came back injury free and was able to play the season out at Casey and attack a full preseason for once.  He deserves a fair run at it.

Tend to agree. Consensus is a good thing.

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3 hours ago, jackaub said:

Unfortunately  CP has this role

If fit trade  Vanders out

Sad but his body issues cost him a career at mfc over 2 years plus

Can't see who he would displace barring injuries

Might  be better for him to move on 

I loved seeing him early on when fit injuries are cruel.

 

Probably, only as a result of injury, has close to zero trade* value.  

If fit would give him another year to prove himself again; there are a few ahead of him I would delist.  

* what is his contract status?

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4 hours ago, Petraccattack said:

Hes good enough, but he hasn't played an AFL game since 2016, we are loaded with big bodied mids/forwards and the team is hard to break into and will hopefully be even harder to get into as the season progresses.

Reckon he and the supporters would be happy enough if he came back injury free and was able to play the season out at Casey and attack a full preseason for once.  He deserves a fair run at it.

I would like to see what he's like, in our new team and attitude.

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13 minutes ago, qwerty7 said:

please no 😓

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You gotta be effin kidding me

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Unrelated to his other injury. 

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27 minutes ago, qwerty7 said:

please no 😓

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Trainer to Tom.... "She'll be right mate" ...."just to be sure though, maybe go get a quick scan eh" :rolleyes:

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31 minutes ago, praha said:

Unrelated to his other injury. 

Is that a hope or a fact - ?

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3 hours ago, Stretch Johnson said:

Interesting the quote from Goodwin about it being "Worrying".

“Of course it’s worrying because you’ve got a player that’s in really good form that hasn’t trained."

Yet the Melbourne Twitter profile paraphrased in the worst possible way, and said:

 

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The injury list continues to shrink 

Melbourne injury list: round 11

Sam Weideman (calf) - available
Dean Kent (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Aaron vandenBerg (ankle) – 4 weeks
Corey Maynard (hip) – indefinite
Pat McKenna (hamstring) – indefinite

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14 minutes ago, Chelly said:

The injury list continues to shrink 

Melbourne injury list: round 11

Sam Weideman (calf) - available
Dean Kent (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Aaron vandenBerg (ankle) – 4 weeks
Corey Maynard (hip) – indefinite
Pat McKenna (hamstring) – indefinite

It may be a case of the longer vandenBerg is out the better he gets but I really think he could fit right in to this strong tackling and aggressive team.

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Jake Melksham and Tim Smith should be clear to play.

Pedo not even on the injured list.

Jake Lever - we know.

Melbourne injury list: round 12

Dean Kent (hamstring) – 2 weeks
Jake Melksham (ankle) – test
Jake Lever (knee) – season
Corey Maynard (hip) – indefinite
Pat McKenna (hamstring) – indefinite
Tim Smith (neck/ankle) – test
Aaron vandenBerg (ankle) – 4 weeks

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Good to see Vanders and McKenna only 3 weeks away their careers aren't over yet.

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Melbourne injury list: round 14

Oscar McDonald (concussion) – available 
Dean Kent (hamstring) – 1 week
Pat McKenna (hamstring) – 3 weeks
Aaron vandenBerg (foot) – 3 weeks
Jayden Hunt (ankle) – 4-6 weeks
Jake Lever (knee) – season 
Corey Maynard (hip) – season

 

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Melbourne injury list: round 15

Dean Kent (hamstring) – available
Tim Smith (eye) – available
Tom McDonald (chest) – test
Pat McKenna (hamstring) – 1 week
Aaron vandenBerg (ankle) – 1 week
Corey Maynard (hip) – season
Jake Lever (knee) – season

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