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Jones - failed to inspire

Viney - little to excite

Gawn - our only winner

Harmes - couldn’t impose himself

J. Wagner - tried but lacking

Petracca - irrelevant 3 quarters

Stretch - selection defies logic

Brayshaw - devoid of confidence 

Hore - played with purpose 

Baker - showed promise again

Smith - had no impact 

Fritsch - floated through game

Oliver - was comprehensively beaten 

Spargo - couldn’t justify selection

T. McDonald - had no presence

C.Wagner - played without purpose 

Lockhart - out of depth 

Frost - all at sea

Hunt - a disappearing act

 

O. McDonald - making up numbers

Petty - out of depth

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Mainly agree but..

 

Frost: In our best

Garlett: contract termination coming

Petracca: Tank exposed again.

Viney: some good things

Brayshaw: bring back 2018

Tmac: Cannot play injured or Must be rested

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Petracca: gets [censored] delivery

Lockhart: like the boy

Baker: red head speed

Assistant coaches: clean them out

Dave Mission's new book title: four to six

 

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Jones. Hang them up

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Chamberlain: Crucifies the DEES

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Very hard on Viney, Josh Wagner and Harmes. I also thought Smith gave it his best shot, crashed the packs, competed in the ruck

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5 hours ago, joeboy said:

Jones - failed to inspire

Viney - little to excite

Gawn - our only winner

Harmes - couldn’t impose himself

J. Wagner - tried but lacking

Petracca - irrelevant 3 quarters

Stretch - selection defies logic

Brayshaw - devoid of confidence 

Hore - played with purpose 

Baker - showed promise again

Smith - had no impact 

Fritsch - floated through game

Oliver - was comprehensively beaten 

Spargo - couldn’t justify selection

T. McDonald - had no presence

C.Wagner - played without purpose 

Lockhart - out of depth 

Frost - all at sea

Hunt - a disappearing act

 

O. McDonald - making up numbers

Petty - out of depth

J Wagner - Not AFL Standard

C Wagner - Not AFL Standard

Stretch - Not AFL Standard

Smith - 3rd tall only

Garlett - Replace with Bedford

O McDonald - Bring back Lever

Fritsch - What has happened

Brayshaw - out of position

Jones - needs to retire

Oliver - rare bad game

Petracca - just so frustrating

Gawn - prevented 100p loss

Hore - Prevented 100p loss

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1 hour ago, Wells 11 said:

Mainly agree but..

 

Frost: In our best

Garlett: contract termination coming

Petracca: Tank exposed again.

Viney: some good things

Brayshaw: bring back 2018

Tmac: Cannot play injured or Must be rested

Agree.  Viney and Frost were ok. But yes 12+ players were shockers 

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1 hour ago, armstrong35 said:

Hore was excellent 

Biggest stand out for me today

Agree. He and Max carried us today, while others watched.

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Max - Gut Busting Game

Marty - Big Hearted Effort

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Baker

Hore  

Best 22 now.

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7 minutes ago, Sorry kids said:

Baker

Hore  

Best 22 now.

I would say both are developing nicely and showing good signs especially Marty.

But the fact that these two are best 22 is kind of depressing at the moment. They really shouldn't be.

However I'll take the positive! Definitely think Hore has what it takes to be a consistent AFL backman.

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25 minutes ago, Yung Blood said:

I would say both are developing nicely and showing good signs especially Marty.

But the fact that these two are best 22 is kind of depressing at the moment. They really shouldn't be.

However I'll take the positive! Definitely think Hore has what it takes to be a consistent AFL backman.

Yes, I am probably saying it in the context of going forward and that it is a positive in that they are two players we would not have had in the best 22 going forward at the start of the year.

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5 hours ago, #11-TonyAnderson said:

Chamberlain: Crucifies the DEES

Chamberlain going up to GWS players after game congratulating them  

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Pity you weren't at the ground. Listening to the radio for analysis is not good enough. Go back to Casey development squad and practice analysis obversation 

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11 hours ago, armstrong35 said:

Hore was excellent 

Biggest stand out for me today

Agree big bonus need more like him

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It looked to me at the ground that we went more man on man in the last quarter

any body else notice that?

Also why are we playing Brayshaw and Fritich out of position every week?

Will love it when Gus is in the middle ,Jones in the grandstand , Fritich at half forward and Frost and Hunt on the wings. 

23000 souls at a soulless game.

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12 hours ago, Dame Gaga said:

Max - Gut Busting Game

Marty - Big Hearted Effort

Max  -    IS DA MAN

Marty -  FOUND A BEAUTY.

Razor    HAS NO CLOUT  

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48 minutes ago, Kent said:

It looked to me at the ground that we went more man on man in the last quarter

any body else notice that?

Also why are we playing Brayshaw and Fritich out of position every week?

Will love it when Gus is in the middle ,Jones in the grandstand , Fritich at half forward and Frost and Hunt on the wings. 

23000 souls at a soulless game.

Spot on about being out of position, and Petracca. The bloke was drafted as the best midfielder in his year then developed as a power forward, then we wonder why he has "no tank"

 

Put Gus in the middle and develop Petracca as the mid he was destined to be. Send Viney into the forward line to apply ground pressure.

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54 minutes ago, Josh said:

Spot on about being out of position, and Petracca. The bloke was drafted as the best midfielder in his year then developed as a power forward, then we wonder why he has "no tank"

 

Put Gus in the middle and develop Petracca as the mid he was destined to be. Send Viney into the forward line to apply ground pressure.

Agree with Gus but put Petracca up for trade, he is Colin Sylvia mark 2 all the ability in the world but want live up to the hype.

Viney, no way up forward is great in close but doesn't have any closing speed to really put any pressure on.

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1 hour ago, Kent said:

It looked to me at the ground that we went more man on man in the last quarter

any body else notice that?

Also why are we playing Brayshaw and Fritich out of position every week?

Will love it when Gus is in the middle ,Jones in the grandstand , Fritich at half forward and Frost and Hunt on the wings. 

23000 souls at a soulless game.

B: Jetta May Hibberd

HB: Lewis Lever Salem

Do I really need to say more?

 

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