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9 hours ago, Redleg said:

Jack Martin is going nowhere.

GOLD Coast chief executive Mark Evans says the club hopes to extend Jack Martin’s contract, but didn’t categorically confirm the talented utility would be at the Suns next year.

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Although Ryan squibbed a mark both he and Rioli were important with their pressure and little bits of magic through the day today. Ryan in particular took that massive mark to be able to deliver it to Sheed. 

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On 9/22/2018 at 9:21 PM, Petraccattack said:

We need a couple badly.   You won't find too many Premiership winning teams, or even runners up, that didn't have some indigenous magic on the park.

 

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Lucky Ryan did take that mark or he'd be deservedly highlighted for the squib act. Lewis Jetta is a frightened rabbit too. Guess the family g & d gene missed him.

I have never been able to tolerate shirking a contest on the footy field let alone when there is a premiership on the line. Give me blokes like Matt Whelan, Byron Pickett and Nev Jetta any day.

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On 9/27/2018 at 5:50 PM, Pates said:

Jeffy is still on our list, whether or not the magic has gone from him remains to be seen. But I do agree that I would like to see us look at recruiting a skilful fast indigenous player, there’s no doubt they seem to have some kind of magic that’s impossible to describe. 

I’d love an Aaron Davey v2!

There has to be one of these lurking just around the corner. We will get one, again. Davey was just a great clubman and committed player with the works. 

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Must say with Kent leaving and Bugg being delisted plus Weid moving up, the VFL side from a forward perspective is looking light on

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Man Dee beat me to it.

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Still very confused by he premise of the thread... 

Are we saying we aren't trying to bring in a Luke Breust, Robbie Gray or Toby Greene..?

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On 9/26/2018 at 1:35 PM, ManDee said:

Electrifying Aboriginal forwards

I think that is illegal.

Prius is electric, but not aboriginal, small or a crumbing forward. 

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11 hours ago, monoccular said:

Prius is electric, but not aboriginal, small or a crumbing forward. 

Eclectic and original? 

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I’m rather surprised in view of Jeff Garlett’s rather inglorious end to the season that he hasn’t been shopped around (at least there has been no suggestion). I would have thought he might have gotten some interest from clubs like Gold Coast or Brisbane.

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On 10/14/2018 at 9:48 AM, alpha33 said:

I’m rather surprised in view of Jeff Garlett’s rather inglorious end to the season that he hasn’t been shopped around (at least there has been no suggestion). I would have thought he might have gotten some interest from clubs like Gold Coast or Brisbane.

Maybe he has - we are pretty good at keeping cards close to the chest nowadays, most of the time.

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