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It’s like comparing Hogan and TMac.

Both have different strenghts, but compliment each other.

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1 minute ago, DeeZee said:

It’s like comparing Hogan and TMac.

Both have different strenghts, but compliment each other.

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"You're really good at footy, Jesse".

"You're really good at footy too, Tom".

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Sunday's game was the start only for Brayshaw. I didn't like his pre season games and at the time wondered if he would live up to early expectations. Unlike Oliver and Viney, Brayshaw, Salem and Petracca have only shown fleeting glimpses of their talent. 

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58 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

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"You're really good at footy, Jesse".

"You're really good at footy too, Tom".

Worth a double like... hilarious ???

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Petracca will be miles ahead of Brayshaw once both are done.

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Reminiscent of the Steve Waugh vs Mark Waugh debate - one of them you want to watch for the rest of your life whilst the other is (or will hopefully be) the one you want to bat for your life.

I was pleased/impressed that from the start of Sunday's game, Angus stood Jack Steven - the only possible candidate for an 'A Grade' midfielder at the Saints

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To think that the Brayshaw thread three weeks ago was screaming for him to be traded at fire-sale prices...

We're a fickle bunch.

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I believe trac will soon go to another level. Needs  improve his goal kicking.

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7 hours ago, tiers said:

What is the purpose of this thread? We have two of the best prospective genuine A-grade stars of the game and posters are splitting hairs about kicking ability, tank. Their respective abilities complement each other and the team.

It's unseemly and demeaning for our boys and the club. Posters on this thread should show some respect, be grateful for our good fortune and do all to laud both Gus and Tracc.

Beelzebub got it right. They're different. Happy to have both. +20 from me.

Dead right as Beezle suggested: Happy to have both, don't want to lose one of the two. Different skills, different games to play. 

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54 minutes ago, TeamPlayedFine39 said:

To think that the Brayshaw thread three weeks ago was screaming for him to be traded at fire-sale prices...

We're a fickle bunch.

All sentiments based upon fickle performances at the team level. 

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Hopefully one becomes another Danger and the other becomes a Judd.

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Hopefully one becomes Brayshaw and one becomes Petracca. Who needs more.

Leave them alone.

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Might not have both at seasons end... gotta re sign yet and Superfooty is saying he will wait and see before committing. 

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Petracca will be a better player once he has his dogs shot in a paddock somewhere.

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 Brayshaw not signing a contract, which is being reported on the herald sun website. 

I have heard he is looking around.

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15 minutes ago, Biffen said:

Petracca will be a better player once he has his dogs shot in a paddock somewhere.

Yes before he was bitten by his dog he had career high disposal count, what difference 2 week make.

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2 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

 Brayshaw not signing a contract, which is being reported on the herald sun website. 

I have heard he is looking around.

Where? Media would be all over it if true

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59 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Where? Media would be all over it if true

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10 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

I have been told this from someone I know.  Vague answer I know but may not be as straight forward as we were all expecting. 

Strange he’d be looking as club has handled him well through concussion issues and now he’s finding form and gelling with max in the middle. Unless there’s more to it, but I don’t think I believe it. Other clubs may be interested in him but not the other way imo, but I don’t know 

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North will be all over Brayshaw like a rash.

They have a lot of room in their  cap and a first round pick on offer.

They could offer him 650k plus and we would have to match it.

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5 minutes ago, SFebey said:

Strange he’d be looking as club has handle him well through concussion issues and now he’s finding form and gelling with max in the middle. Unless there’s more to it, but I don’t think I believe it. Other clubs may be interested in him but not the other way imo, but I don’t know 

I’m with you, I can’t understand why he would want to leave. 

The only thing I can think of was him not playing early on in the season and Money

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He's trying to increase the $$ in his next contract. Understandable, given his asking price would be pretty low at the moment.

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