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My 3 word player analysis V Essendon

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Hannan - pace and movement 

Spargo - feisty and clever

Gawn - made a statement 

Brayshaw - important second half

Fritsch - some exciting plays

Hogan - never moved freely

Neal -Bullen - continued poor season

Harmes - overplays his abilities

Hibberd - found energy again

Hunt - displayed more run

Jetta - statistics belied effectiveness

Jones - wonderful captain’s game

T.McDonald - an impressive return

O.McDonald - steady and safe

Tyson - often butchered momentum

Lever - steady and effective

Lewis - a mixed bag

Vince - just a game

Oliver - was quiet again

Salem - enjoyed more freedom 

Weideman- quiet when needed

Melksham - has rediscovered confidence 

 

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Spot on with harmes. Needs to start doing the little thing better not pretend he is nat fyfe

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Etihad: New fortress!

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Just make 2-3 changes as it will keep players on their toes. 

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Hannan - pace and movement (Welcomed footy IQ)

Spargo - feisty and clever (Found one here)

Gawn - made a statement (Played to strengths)

Brayshaw - important second half (Making good progress)

Fritsch - some exciting plays (Lot to enthuse)

Hogan - never moved freely (Alway dangerous forward)

Neal -Bullen - continued poor season (Time for spell)

Harmes - overplays his abilities (Low footy IQ)

Hibberd - found energy again (Provided dash today)

Hunt - displayed more run (Has lost it)

Jetta - statistics belied effectiveness (Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful)

Jones - wonderful captain’s game (Wasteful at times)

T.McDonald - an impressive return (Makes BIG different)

O.McDonald - steady and safe (Becoming A grade)

Tyson - often butchered momentum (Usual from Tyson)

Lever - steady and effective (Better signs continue)

Lewis - a mixed bag (What leadership evidence?)

Vince - just a game (Tick)

Oliver - was quiet again (Please kick more)

Salem - enjoyed more freedom (Beginning to arrive)

Weideman- quiet when needed (Lot to excite)

Melksham - has rediscovered confidence (Becoming very reliable)

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Very accurate appraisal this week.

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Glad you didn’t do this at half time joeboy. Gawn and Salem would be the only to survive I’d have thought 

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Tmac : Thank god he is back

Fritsch : Something to work with

Spargo ; YOuthful Enthusiasm : Loves contest

Jetta : The Great !!!

Lever : Improving

Melksham : I was wrong : Confidence is a terrific thing.

Tyson: Still bombs alot

Brayshaw : gaining confidence

OMac : AA

Gawn : AA

Jones : Heart & Soul

Hibberd : He is back

Weidermann : Developing

Hannan : In mix with Fritsch, Melksham, Kent,  Bugg,  Harmes, ANB  as small forwards, but is a footballer !!!

Jack Watts : Did not get many kicks

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Lewis was good I thought, sure handed when many were fumbly. Harmes constantly under pressure, never clean, ditto ANB. Hibberd and Jetta were awesome. Hibbo BOG.

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2 hours ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

Hannan - pace and movement (Welcomed footy IQ)

Spargo - feisty and clever (Found one here)

Gawn - made a statement (Played to strengths)

Brayshaw - important second half (Making good progress)

Fritsch - some exciting plays (Lot to enthuse)

Hogan - never moved freely (Alway dangerous forward)

Neal -Bullen - continued poor season (Time for spell)

Harmes - overplays his abilities (Low footy IQ)

Hibberd - found energy again (Provided dash today)

Hunt - displayed more run (Has lost it)

Jetta - statistics belied effectiveness (Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful)

Jones - wonderful captain’s game (Wasteful at times)

T.McDonald - an impressive return (Makes BIG different)

O.McDonald - steady and safe (Becoming A grade)

Tyson - often butchered momentum (Usual from Tyson)

Lever - steady and effective (Better signs continue)

Lewis - a mixed bag (What leadership evidence?)

Vince - just a game (Tick)

Oliver - was quiet again (Please kick more)

Salem - enjoyed more freedom (Beginning to arrive)

Weideman- quiet when needed (Lot to excite)

Melksham - has rediscovered confidence (Becoming very reliable)

Spargo is a gun. One of the best first games I have seen .

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1 hour ago, Dirts said:

Spargo is a gun. One of the best first games I have seen .

Agree Dirts. Already looks like he's played 50 games. More composure than Harmes who has played 50!

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1 minute ago, Old Man Rivers said:

Bailey Fritsch - Moves Like ROBBIE

Don’t 

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Gawn.   SENT THEM BANANA'S.

Spargo.         He is special.

Jones.        Heart and soul.

Hibberd      Better with us.

Melksham. You are good.

TMAC.  Welcome back champ.

Fritch    Will be something.

OMAC   The big improver.

Brayshaw. Playing to level.

Hannan     Showed his skill

Lever         That's the way.

Jetta          Back to best.

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Gawn's goals were comical.

As my boyfriend said, he can't kick them from 10m directly in front, but he can bend it like Beckham.

Just goes to show it's all about confidence and relaxing into it. The pressure of nailing a kick when you are right in front obviously gets to him, whereas the low percentage kicks he just goes for it without thinking too much.

 

 

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14 hours ago, dimmy said:

 

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"Oliver: was quiet again"

Named in our best.

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11 hours ago, Old Man Rivers said:

Bailey Fritsch - Moves Like ROBBIE

Is that because he's skinny?

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