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21 minutes ago, binman said:

Over the journey he has been bagged quite a deal on DL - turnover specialist etc etc. But more recently there have been at least 2 comments suggesting if he gets picked for the seniors it means we are going backwards. Which is silly because it is much more likely to mean terlich has raised his standards to a level where Ross will pick him. Indications are he is giving it a good crack.

Pro was referring to the angst in relation to his training on Friday.  I didn't see any angst.

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1 minute ago, Baghdad Bob said:

Pro was referring to the angst in relation to his training on Friday.  I didn't see any angst.

Ok. I will cease my arguing lest it derail an otherwise harmonious training thread.

Would be a great story for Terls to fight his way back to the seniors. 

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14 minutes ago, Choke said:

Although that's pretty cool, I couldn't pick any players from those angles :(

was a bit arty farty wasnt it. Good for a bit of promo etc. I imagine if used properly it would remain more static  and show the play better ( for training review purposes etc )

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2 hours ago, beelzebub said:

was a bit arty farty wasnt it. Good for a bit of promo etc. I imagine if used properly it would remain more static  and show the play better ( for training review purposes etc )

Its a promo. The real footage they wouldn't publish. Why telegraph your entire game plan to the world?

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8 hours ago, Outside fifty said:

What you guys couldn't see Jesse smiling at the drone towards the end? In all honestly I'm surprised that that the club released any of that footage at all. By the way it was big Maxy taking the grab in the goal square. 

And its Dunn holding off the handball to draw the player and pop it over the top to a player who hits either Watt or Harmes on the lead 60 out.

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16 hours ago, Choke said:

Although that'spretty cool, I couldn'tpickanyplayersfromthoseangles :(

 
It's not about the individual players; it's about the ball movement and spread from congestion.

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Wonder if Craig Jennings brought this with him to the role. I recall seeing a while back similar footage of a Bulldogs training session and they were saying it gave the coaching staff a really good insight into running patterns etc - a so-called 'bird's eye view' of things.

In fact, it was possibly Craig J who was interviewed at the time - but I didn't know him from a bar of soap. I was quite impressed though and recall thinking at the time, 'I bet we don't have anything like that'.

 

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