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Jetta - loose and slow

Lever - disappointing debut game

Hibberd - looked disinterested  early

Hunt - poor first half

McDonald - made no errors

Jones - indefatigable and inspiring 

Gawn - dominant all game

Oliver - maintained the rage

Vince - better second half

Salem - impressive first half

Neal-Bullen - just lacks finesse

Lewis - important but costly

Petracca - outstanding 3 quarters

Pedersen - was rarely involved

Harmes - tried but limited

Fritsch - cause for optimism

Garlett - disappointingly often missing

Hogan - had little impact

Wagner - just lacks skill

Hannan - little peripheral awareness 

Maynard - out of depth

Melksham - a huge disappointment 

 

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Tyson- very sorely missed 

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3 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Jetta - loose and slow

Lever - disappointing debut game

Hibberd - looked disinterested  early

Hunt - poor first half

McDonald - made no errors

Jones - indefatigable and inspiring 

Gawn - dominant all game

Oliver - maintained the rage

Vince - better second half

Salem - impressive first half

Neal-Bullen - just lacks finesse

Lewis - important but costly

Petracca - outstanding 3 quarters

Pedersen - was rarely involved

Harmes - tried but limited

Fritsch - cause for optimism

Garlett - disappointingly often missing

Hogan - had little impact

Wagner - just lacks skill

Hannan - little peripheral awareness 

Maynard - out of depth

Melksham - a huge disappointment 

 

I don’t usually agree with you @joeboy but you’re bang on today.  Gawn was disappointing around field, jumped one handed at the ball all day

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Brayshaw - missed his talent

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4 minutes ago, billyblanks29 said:

Brayshaw - missed his talent

Interchange bench - wrong players selected

 

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Jetta - Not Nev's best

Lever - Horrible first game

Hibberd - Came into it

Hunt - Got better

McDonald - Solid

Jones - effectiveness of disposal?

Gawn - Good game

Oliver - Love

Vince - Came into it 

Salem - Looked good early

Neal-Bullen - Didn't do enough

Lewis - Undisciplined 

Petracca - showed a lot

Pedersen - Not his best

Harmes - Not convinced 

Fritsch - Not there yet

Garlett - Quiet

Hogan - Worked hard

Wagner - No

Hannan - Didn't do enough

Maynard - Not yet

Melksham -  Didn't do enough

 

We need to think seriously about whether we can play Jones, Lewis & Vince in the same side.  

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Jones. Turn over king.

Jones. Can't hit targets.

Jones. Has no composure.

Jones. Just bombs long.

Jones. Bad decision maker.

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Goodwin. Lost at selection

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Watts. We missed you.

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7 minutes ago, gOLLy said:

Jones. Turn over king.

Jones. Can't hit targets.

Jones. Has no composure.

Jones. Just bombs long.

Jones. Bad decision maker.

Past it!

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Bring back Jack

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Agree with the review on Melksham. His preseason form went completely missing.

Harmes was disappointing for mine, not sure if he'll ever go to another level.

Pedo tried hard all day and was unlucky a few times.

Gawn was probably BoG if he had kicked that. Super game.

Jones worked himself back into it I thought.

Lever had a mare for the first half but his second was much better.

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Goodwin - No Game Plan. 

Lewis - No leadership here

Maynard - Still VFL standard

Tyson & Brayshaw - Should have played

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Goodwin - in the hotseat??

We got outcoached. They forced lever to play 1/1 and cleverly had toohey as a spare man running out of the backline. We stuggled to combat some of these strategies. When Scott made a move, it worked. Goody needs a few good wins under his belt pronto or he will be on the front page of the hun with the footy journos flinging butt mud at him.

I think Frost is a better option than Wagner. His run would have been something we could have used today. 

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31 minutes ago, RalphiusMaximus said:

Goodwin - No Game Plan. 

Lewis - No leadership here

Maynard - Still VFL standard

Tyson & Brayshaw - Should have played

Maynard - Massive responsibility on his shoulders for a guy who has played under 5 games.  How can you say he is VFL standard?  Building a great foundation.

 

Harmes - Had a good 2nd half

 

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2 hours ago, joeboy said:

Jetta - loose and slow

Lever - disappointing debut game

Hibberd - looked disinterested  early

Hunt - poor first half

McDonald - made no errors

Jones - indefatigable and inspiring 

Gawn - dominant all game

Oliver - maintained the rage

Vince - better second half

Salem - impressive first half

Neal-Bullen - just lacks finesse

Lewis - important but costly

Petracca - outstanding 3 quarters

Pedersen - was rarely involved

Harmes - tried but limited

Fritsch - cause for optimism

Garlett - disappointingly often missing

Hogan - had little impact

Wagner - just lacks skill

Hannan - little peripheral awareness 

Maynard - out of depth

Melksham - a huge disappointment 

 

Harsh on Maynard, Harmes and Hannan.

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Worse analysis ever Joe! Obviously watched the game on TV and wasn't sitting in the crowd looking at the entire MCG!

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1 hour ago, gOLLy said:

Jones. Turn over king.

Jones. Can't hit targets.

Jones. Has no composure.

Jones. Just bombs long.

Jones. Bad decision maker.

Jones often gets hard, contested ball with little assistance which tends to lead to what is mentioned above. 

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2 minutes ago, Earl Hood said:

Jones often gets hard, contested ball with little assistance which tends to lead to what is mentioned above. 

Jones also often plays on without thought and without looking at the options he has available.  It's one of his biggest flaws, in particular since he's the captain. 

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Jones was not the problem today. Goodwin had a shocker 

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1 hour ago, Roost It said:

Jones was not the problem today. Goodwin had a shocker 

Agree here. Cats attacked through the centre all game and either the Coach or so called team leaders on ground did not cover this important part of the ground. Plenty of Cat's goals came from loose players in centre corridor and we did not respond to cover that area.

Also the problem is we have many lazy players who do not work hard enough both ways

 

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Frosty  a big body and key back to free Lever to play the sweeper roll. We would be structured better. Can break the lines.

Tyson is an under rated inside mid  not selected today we were one less experience onballer to help Petracca and Jones. Would have been the difference l believe.    At least Frosty  and Dom have heart !   

Goodwin, what were you thinking.

 

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