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Jordan Lewis Out with Broken Hand

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EDIT: He did it during the game - fair enough. Needed to be dropped anyway.

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Probably not a bad thing for him to sit for a few games.  He's not in the best form and this allows us to try a few different things without the stigma of him being 'dropped'.

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Might explain some of the mistakes and lack of effort on Sunday. Still has a valuable role to play, but wouldn't mind at all if we got to the end of the season and he'd only played 15/16 games. 

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Did he fall over in the car park on the way out?? 

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24 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Set to miss 1 to 2 weeks. 

Not sure about the big blow bit!

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We have too many slow plodders in the team, this will work to our advantage.

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Amazing how often you get injured when you don't give 100%. If the other bloke is going harder than you, of course you will come off second best.

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This just in

10,000 Demon Fans Out With Broken Hands
Fans believed to have punched walls, slammed table tops, in unexplained epidemic last Sunday afternoon.

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All thr best Jordan. Speedy recovery.

Not sure id be playing after 2 weeks..plate or not.

My ...this season's going swimmingly !! 

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Posted (edited)

We sure it wasn’t his foot? His kicking was just [censored] house on Saturday 

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Given we had a full bench, if he was injured, he did us a disservice by 'bravely playing on'.

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Broke his hand playing footy for our club, all the best for his recovery. 

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Its a gutsy effort to play on with any injury but in particular with a broken hand.

It does save the embarrassment of being dropped. This way he will probably come back via Casey.

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6 minutes ago, hemingway said:

Its a gutsy effort to play on with any injury but in particular with a broken hand.

It does save the embarrassment of being dropped. This way he will probably come back via Casey.

The end is near Ernest. Cannot see him playing in 2019. Good try and cost relatively low amount but is over. Two weeks will become four and if yes big if we are playing ok how does get back in? 

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Lewis is making us worse in 2018 so this will work out in our favour.

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It might explain why he played poorly, but it doesn't explain why he continued to play. It's not like we had other injured players on the bench.

Nevertheless, irrespective of the foolhardiness of playing on, it shows great courage. I suspect he played with either (or both) a numb hand or significant pain relief which knocked him about, because he clearly looked out of sorts.

Get well soon.

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11 minutes ago, old dee said:

The end is near Ernest. Cannot see him playing in 2019. Good try and cost relatively low amount but is over. Two weeks will become four and if yes big if we are playing ok how does get back in? 

Best to see him retire of his own accord. For player and team. 

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Just now, hemingway said:

Best to see him retire of his own accord. For player and team. 

Perhaps sadly Ernest I have got to the point with the MFC that I don't care about the individual anymore. Over the last 50 years numerous playing groups have completely worn away my " care factor for the individual" we have paid top ups to so many end of their time players over the years that my attitude is close to " if you cannot cut it get out of the road and let someone else have a go" 

I am only interested in winners over hill players can nick off.

Brutal ? Yes.

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He can now devote more training time to standing up !

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2 minutes ago, puntkick said:

He can now devote more training time to standing up !

Very good puntkick

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Posted (edited)

Played terribly v Hawks, so did 90% of the team. Played very well v North and from what the club said they were happy with his role v Brissy. He's an important player but for me he's not doing enough. Maybe this time off gives him a chance to get a few other niggles right, and he can maybe lend his experience in the coaching box.

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Must add the "new kicking in danger rule does not apply to MFC" notes for maggots, to come out of versus Hawks game..........

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Just now, old dee said:

Very good puntkick

Its a lay down misere"

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