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terrible news regarding lever. 3-4 months away which will no doubt be after the bye. 

hannan is also a big loss. a massive loss.

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2 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Barring injuries from our preferred team, I'd be surprised to see Jeff Garlett out on the G again.

 

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14 minutes ago, maximum bob said:

Barring injuries from our preferred team, I'd be surprised to see Jeff Garlett out on the G again.

i wouldn't

of the nominal small forwards who played last weekend - garlett, spargo, and anb - i thought he offered the most

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1 hour ago, Demon Dude said:

so with Hannan being out for a while, and now Garletts injury, who would be next in line as a goal sneak/small fwd option for us? Bedford, Chandler, or heaven help us, C.Wagner or JKH?

also can we still use our last draft pick* to get a player like that, or has the window shut on that option?

Cough.......................Cyril Rioli........................Cough!!!

Get Jordan Lewis into his ear

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5 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

i wouldn't

of the nominal small forwards who played last weekend - garlett, spargo, and anb - i thought he offered the most

I wouldn't put too much emphasis on the performances in a praccie match played in Shepp in 38 plus degrees heat. Regardless, you underrate Spargo. What is he? 19/20? This year is his second year in the big league.  A very smart footy brain and mature beyond his years. ANB I have no issue with. Garlett is very secondary backup if he, at his mature age (for a footballer), ever gets his body right again. That's the ruthless way it is if we are serious about winning the flag...and about time.

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28 minutes ago, maximum bob said:

I wouldn't put too much emphasis on the performances in a praccie match played in Shepp in 38 plus degrees heat. Regardless, you underrate Spargo. What is he? 19/20? This year is his second year in the big league.  A very smart footy brain and mature beyond his years. ANB I have no issue with. Garlett is very secondary backup if he, at his mature age (for a footballer), ever gets his body right again. That's the ruthless way it is if we are serious about winning the flag...and about time.

I completely agree with you, fwiw, but I was still pleased to see Garlett’s attack on the ball and man - something that went missing for him big time in 2018

Spargo is a little ripper but still so young

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2 hours ago, Demon Dude said:

yeah Spargo and ANB will play that role, but I want to know whos next in line if we have injuries/poor form to those guys. 

Toby Bedford? 

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wouldnt surprise me if Bedford got a senior game this season...small forwards seems to be able to debut and have an impact at a young age, and from all reports he has a big bag of tricks

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2 hours ago, maximum bob said:

I wouldn't put too much emphasis on the performances in a praccie match played in Shepp in 38 plus degrees heat. Regardless, you underrate Spargo. What is he? 19/20? This year is his second year in the big league.  A very smart footy brain and mature beyond his years. ANB I have no issue with. Garlett is very secondary backup if he, at his mature age (for a footballer), ever gets his body right again. That's the ruthless way it is if we are serious about winning the flag...and about time.

So read nothing into the performance of Oliver and Brayshaw?

Garlett kicked 40 odd goals the year before and yes he had a poor year last year, but until he hurt himself, he was in better form than both ANB and Spargo at Shepparton

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So this appears to be our current injury list

Kade Kolodjashnij (adductor) 3-4 weeks
Jeff Garlett (shoulder) 4 - 6 weeks
Mitch Hannan (knee) 8 - 12 weeks
Jake Lever (knee) 12 - 16 weeks
Aaron Nietschke (knee) season

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On 3/5/2019 at 11:08 PM, Chelly said:

So this appears to be our current injury list

Kade Kolodjashnij (adductor) 3-4 weeks
Jeff Garlett (shoulder) 4 - 6 weeks
Mitch Hannan (knee) 8 - 12 weeks
Jake Lever (knee) 12 - 16 weeks
Aaron Nietschke (knee) season

You can add Tim Smith to the list too.

 

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On 3/5/2019 at 5:55 PM, Demon Disciple said:

Cough.......................Cyril Rioli........................Cough!!!

Get Jordan Lewis into his ear

Because of the change in the rules allowing recruitment of relatively recent retirees, you'd have to assume clubs are striking deals with their higher-quality retirees which commit those ex-players to agree to come back to the club they've just retired from, should they decide to play again. The equivalent of a "non-compete" clause as used today in business.

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So, before we paid a fortune to send Lever to the US he was 3-4 weeks away, now he is 3-4 months away. Sounds like money well spent. Luckily I don't rate him as highly as most around here, because that is only one more hiccup away from being season over.

I'd also like to know what proportion of his time on our list has Tim Smith been fit. He seems to be good for a new injury every second months.

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1 minute ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Add JKH, Harmes and Fritsch to the list. Jkh injury looked serious. 

Fritsch came back on, JKH was walking in the rooms

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4 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Fritsch came back on, JKH was walking in the rooms

And Harmes is playing Round 1. So, basically, we can just add JKH and possibly Preuss. 

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Whats the news on Viney? Heard he had limped off as well??

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1 minute ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Whats the news on Viney? Heard he had limped off as well??

Jones said in a interview he was fine... 

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12 hours ago, Wiseblood said:

And Harmes is playing Round 1. 

Has that been confirmed?

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33 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Has that been confirmed?

Came from Goodwin himself. I'm on my phone so I can't get the exact quote, but he said that the docs confirmed he won't miss Round 1.

Edit - @Redleg there is article on the MFC website about it. 

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29 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Has that been confirmed?

Goodwin said he’d be fine

They showed Viney in the rooms at one stage - big limp on, but that might be his natural gait or he might’ve copped a corkie or what have you

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Just now, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Goodwin said he’d be fine

They showed Viney in the rooms at one stage - big limp on, but that might be his natural gait or he might’ve copped a corkie or what have you

As above, Jones said that Viney was a bit sore but had pulled up fine otherwise. 

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