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I know I'm a good show to get pasted for this, but I've been watching the Dees on YouTube and I'm planning on being cryogenically frozen until the start of next season. Just like Cartman waiting for the release of the Nintendo Wii, I can't bear the wait.

Here's my team for Round 1 next year. Very hard to assemble. A combination of getting the young kids out there and also getting our seasoned players out there with them.

Would love to see others give their MFC 2010 dream team.

FB: Bennell Frawley Cheney

HB: Grimes Warnock Rivers

C: Scully McDonald Bruce

HF: Green Bate Sylvia

FF: Petterd Jamar Jurrah

Foll: Spencer Davey© Moloney(VC)

IC: Trengove Watts Morton Jetta

Our backup in the case of inevitable injuries and match-up changes (how's the depth!!!???):

Martin

Jones (why couldn't I fit this legend in?)

Dunn

Johnson

Miller

McKenzie

Maric

Meeson

Not yet sighted, or have had long injury runs (and would love to see them back):

Garland

Wonn..errr Wonna... em.. you know

Blease

Strauss

Rohan Bail

I'm Big Kev: Excited.

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Rivers Warnock Garland

Grimes Frawley Green

Morton Scully Davey

Sylvia Watts Bruce

Jurrah Bate Wonna

Jamar Moloney Mcdonald

Jones Trengove Petterd Martin

Obviosly If we can get Luke Ball I'd have him In.

Apologies to Blease, Bennel, Jetta, Strauss, Cheeney, Maric.

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Rivers Warnock Garland

Grimes Frawley Green

Morton Scully Davey

Sylvia Watts Bruce

Jurrah Bate Wonna

Jamar Moloney Mcdonald

Jones Trengove Petterd Martin

Obviosly If we can get Luke Ball I'd have him In.

Apologies to Blease, Bennel, Jetta, Strauss, Cheeney, Maric.

Not bad but there is no chance in hell Watts will play CHF until 2011 at least

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Rivers Warnock Bennell

Grimes Frawley Davey

Morton Jones Green

Sylvia Bate Bruce

Jurrah Miller Petterd

Jamar Moloney Mcdonald

Scully Trengove Watts Martin

Garland and Wonaeamirri obviously in there but will be injured i fear.

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....... Serhat Temel.....

Barry now cowers in a shower of eggs thrown by fellow Dees supporters...

Could happen but very doubtful

If we take him it would be late/rookie

and those players never become full forwards.

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I think Bruce and Macca will do what they did in the last half of the season and play of a HBF and a BP respectively.

Garland would struggle to be up for Rd 1 in the AFL.

Scully and Trengove would be ready to go I would think. Strauss, Blease, Maric, and Wonaeamirri should push too.

I would love to see Watts play wing/HFF for 16+ rounds next year.

Bruce, McDonald, Frawley, Warnock, Rivers, Bennell, and Grimes to be the 7 in defence.

Davey, Moloney, Jones, Scully, Trengove, Jamar, Martin, Sylvia, and Morton to be the 9 to run through the middle.

Bate, Watts, Wonaeamirri, Green, Jurrah, and Miller to be the 6 in attack.

Injured players replaced by Petterd, Maric, Cheney, Jetta, Spencer, McNamara, and Strauss.

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I think Bruce and Macca will do what they did in the last half of the season and play of a HBF and a BP respectively.

Garland would struggle to be up for Rd 1 in the AFL.

Scully and Trengove would be ready to go I would think. Strauss, Blease, Maric, and Wonaeamirri should push too.

I would love to see Watts play wing/HFF for 16+ rounds next year.

Bruce, McDonald, Frawley, Warnock, Rivers, Bennell, and Grimes to be the 7 in defence.

Davey, Moloney, Jones, Scully, Trengove, Jamar, Martin, Sylvia, and Morton to be the 9 to run through the middle.

Bate, Watts, Wonaeamirri, Green, Jurrah, and Miller to be the 6 in attack.

Injured players replaced by Petterd, Maric, Cheney, Jetta, Spencer, McNamara, and Strauss.

Barry likes this!

Facebook shining through!

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Garland would struggle to be up for Rd 1 in the AFL.

Ok so to relax everyones fears I was was talking to Colin five minutes ago and his foot is coming along well so its not career threatening.

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I think Aaron Davey would make a great captain but hasn't Junior already been confirmed in that role?

Anyone know?

Fair enough, Junior's also a very good captain. I was just a bit misty eyed at Aaron's re-signing for 4 years and at Beamer's heart-felt acceptance speech at the B&F.

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B: Frawley Warnock Bennell

HB: Rivers Garland Grimes

C: Bruce Sylvia Green

HF: Davey Bate Morton

F: Jurrah Newton Wonaeamirri

R: Jamar Moloney McDonald

I: Meesen, Jones, Scully, Trengove

E: Martin, Jetta, Petterd, Dunn, Miller, Watts

I'm a Newton fan, so that's why I have him in, but realistically, Miller or Martin would come into the 22 for him round one you would think. I'm also a Dunn fan, but couldn't squeeze him into the side, I really hope he forces the hands of the selectors and earns a spot. Same goes for Martin.

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B: McDonald Warnock Martin

HB: Rivers Frawley Bruce

C: Morton Trengove Grimes

HF: Jurrah Bate Sylvia

F: Watts Green Wonaeamirri

R: Jamar Moloney Davey

I: Meesen, Scully, Jones, Bennell

E: Blease, Strauss, Jetta, Miller, Cheney, Maric

Inj: Garland

I tend to believe that we'll structure the team along rpfc's thoughts.

I'd expect both McDonald and Bruce to play across the HBF and BP along the lines of the roles they played in the latter part of the year, with them spending no time in the centre and play a leadership/development role with the likes of Bennell, Strauss, Cheney, Morton and Grimes.

I think we'll see Blease, Jetta, Grimes and Morton to be rotated across the wings, with Jones, Scully and Trengove to be rotated thru the centre. I feel Trengove is the more ready of the top 2 picks to make an immediate impact and would like to see him in the guts in rd 1 (in lieu of Jones) and see him being rotated with Sylvia across the HFF.

I think we're very likely to see Green hold down FF in 2010 for the majority of games. Not only providing support and a foil for Watts (with Miller used sparingly), but also to assist in his development. As a leading forward from the goal square, I believe Green has the potential to kick 60+ goals and coupled with his accuracy makes him the ideal forward mentor for Watts and Jurrah.

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B: McDonald Warnock Martin

HB: Rivers Frawley Bruce

C: Morton Trengove Grimes

HF: Jurrah Bate Sylvia

F: Watts Green Wonaeamirri

R: Jamar Moloney Davey

I: Meesen, Scully, Jones, Bennell

E: Blease, Strauss, Jetta, Miller, Cheney, Maric

Inj: Garland

This is pretty much where my head is at but don't forget Ricky Petterd, arguably the most versatile player next to Bruce.

Will look to be on a HFF or a wing.

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Cheney Warnock Bennell

Grimes Garland Frawley

Sylvia Davey Moloney

Morton Green Watts

Aussie Jurrah Bate

FOLL: Jamar Jones Scully

IC: Martin Strauss Bruce Blease

Your the only one with Jurrah at full forward. I really like this idea. Let him play one out in the square, great on the lead, in the air and on the ground.

Makes sense to me.

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Your the only one with Jurrah at full forward. I really like this idea. Let him play one out in the square, great on the lead, in the air and on the ground.

Makes sense to me.

FB. Garland Warnock Bennell

HB. Rivers Frawley Grimes

C. Trengove Moloney Morton

HF. Sylvia Bate Watts

FF. Jurrah Green Woenamirri

R. Jamar Jones Scully

IC. Bruce McDonald Petterd Martin

It's getting very hard to leave players out!

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