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15 minutes ago, DemonLad5 said:

I've honestly heard very little of him. I just want to trial guys like him in JTL. NOt overly fussed on winning

fully agree mate. Hoping to see Keilty,Tim & Joel Smith, DJ, Hannan, JKH & Maynard all play during JTL.

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I was one of the first to "Talk the Talk" regarding Oliver Clayton who now "Walks the Walk"..

Now for my next trick....Corey Maynard. 

He is an absolute brute of a specimen and im predicting a better clone of Luke Parker/Nat Fyfe (and i hate comparing players as they are their own person) . Underage gun who once kicked 15 goals in a junior game u15's before concentratingon a promising basketball career.

Watch this space !!

 

 

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The development soil is finally fertile. Rookies will have a much better chance of making a go of it.

Another tick for the recruiters at this early stage.

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14 minutes ago, DubDee said:

just went on MFC website to check out his bio.  his picture was there but the summary was on Filipovic. then clicked on Filipovic to see if Maynards summary would be there and there was nothing there at all

nice work all round

Theres also a problem where they seem to have removed "fi" out of random words. 
From Trenners new Bio:
"  The season improved from there and he started to put pressure on the selectors to pick him.  They nally did, with Trengove running out against Hawthorn in round 11 for his rst game since round two, 2014. Trengove, who has twice had surgery to x a fracture in his foot, played two more games before returning to the VFL.  "

Edit: I also noticed that Tyson and Viney were both apparently "mid elders" which i thought was an odd description untill i realised what had happened

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52 minutes ago, thesleepinggiant said:

I was one of the first to "Talk the Talk" regarding Oliver Clayton who now "Walks the Walk"..

Now for my next trick....Corey Maynard. 

He is an absolute brute of a specimen and im predicting a better clone of Luke Parker/Nat Fyfe (and i hate comparing players as they are their own person) . Underage gun who once kicked 15 goals in a junior game u15's before concentratingon a promising basketball career.

Watch this space !!

 

 

ahaha mate you have a good eye because I had that feeling about Oliver too, I got a dees jersey with his number on it before he even played a game ;)

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18 minutes ago, DubDee said:

just went on MFC website to check out his bio.  his picture was there but the summary was on Filipovic. then clicked on Filipovic to see if Maynards summary would be there and there was nothing there at all

nice work all round

typical MFC media, just [censored].

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10 hours ago, DemonLad5 said:

I've honestly heard very little of him. I just want to trial guys like him in JTL. NOT overly fussed on winning

I AM! Personally, I want us to pick our best available team next Saturday and give the Doggies an absolute hiding! After that Goody can experiment to his heart's content!

PS: I am sure that our membership will soar if both our teams beat the Doggies!

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10 hours ago, DemonLad5 said:

I've honestly heard very little of him. I just want to trial guys like him in JTL. NOT overly fussed on winning

I must say I agree with you - can't remember him being mentioned at all.

Would be great though if he turns out to be a hidden gem

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From what I saw in the intraclub he's a fair way off it. At this stage he's an athlete with a good physique who can look quite good in training drills that highlight his movement and vision in close. 

If he can have a season in the VFL like Joel Smith did that will be a start. Smith's the one from our basketballers who I want to see in the preseason comp.

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19 minutes ago, Wrecker45 said:

I'm glad everyone is on board because i think Maynard could be the saviour.

In all seriousness we are building a side with a diversity of strenths. Maynard has size and clean hands.

I hope he starts getting them dirty.

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1 hour ago, DeeSpencer said:

From what I saw in the intraclub he's a fair way off it. At this stage he's an athlete with a good physique who can look quite good in training drills that highlight his movement and vision in close. 

If he can have a season in the VFL like Joel Smith did that will be a start. Smith's the one from our basketballers who I want to see in the preseason comp.

This.

Good size and has a good look about him (something reminds me of Pendlebury but it isnt football skill), but hes at least a year off I think. Needs consistent games at Casey and should be aiming to be one of their best in a push for the flag they missed last year.

Odd kicking style I thought.

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6 hours ago, DubDee said:

just went on MFC website to check out his bio.  his picture was there but the summary was on Filipovic. then clicked on Filipovic to see if Maynards summary would be there and there was nothing there at all

nice work all round

I think you're getting confused with Lipovich, our rst pick in last year's Rookie Draft.

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8 hours ago, Wrecker45 said:

I'm glad everyone is on board because i think Maynard could be the saviour.

In all seriousness we are building a side with a diversity of strenths. Maynard has size and clean hands.

The little I saw of him when I attended the first couple of training sessions this year, he reminds me physically of Petracca. Can't wait to see what he can do on the field.

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I understand the excitement of watching new recruits at this time of the year it infects us all to some extent especially after the crap Dees supporters have been through over the last decade.

However it is that dancing with your sister time of the year.

Lets see how Maynard and others look when the real stuff starts.

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