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Round 15
Brisbane v Melbourne
Sunday 30 June, 3.20pm AEST
Gabba

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Melbourne: Seven + Fox Sports 3 – 3.00pm
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VFL Round 13

Casey v Box Hill
Saturday June 29, 2.00pm
Casey Fields

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Melbourne/Casey Demons Members: FREE when you present your card on entry
Adult General Admission: $10
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Richmond v Casey
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Queen Elizabeth II Oval, Bendigo

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INS: Lewis, Hibberd, Preuss, O. McDonald, C. Wagner

OUTS: J. Wagner

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Looking at that team, to me, it looks light on midfield rotations. Of the 8 named on the IC, 5 of them are defensive players and 1 is a Ruck/forward leaving just 2 who can have time in the midfield. Not at all balanced to my mind.

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Just mentioned on TV ~ Brisbane have only 2 players on their injured list. 

We get four new players on ours every week!

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Oscar had a great game for Casey...demanded selection.

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19 minutes ago, rjay said:

Oscar had a great game for Casey...demanded selection.

Wtf???  Which Oscar are you referring to?  Is this an attempt at humour by Goodie?  How did he get on the emergencies list??  Surely he will be at Casey

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Weird that Oscar was named given the club said during the week he would play VFL this week.

Hibberd for Wagner seems like it could be the only change, unless maybe C.Wagner replaces ANB? Or could Lewis come in for Petty and we go with just the two talls?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, rjay said:

Oscar had a great game for Casey...demanded selection.

Only confirms, once again, how out of the loop the average fan is as to what's really happening. Selection is not just based on what's on view to the public. Thankfully.

Good for Oscar to be putting his hand up.

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9 minutes ago, CHF said:

Looking at that team, to me, it looks light on midfield rotations. Of the 8 named on the IC, 5 of them are defensive players and 1 is a Ruck/forward leaving just 2 who can have time in the midfield. Not at all balanced to my mind.

After his in and under game last week Lewis may be part of the rotations,. I think final I/C will be Hore, Hibberd, Petty and 1 of Lewis/ANB

Rotations through middle Viney, Oliver, Gus  Trac, Jones and Harmes + 1 of Nibbler/Lewis

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Good to see Selwood's knee-dropping, ducking protege, Rhys Mathieson has been dropped.  That is a few 'head high' frees we won't 'give away'.

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Weird that Oscar was named given the club said during the week he would play VFL this week.

Hibberd for Wagner seems like it could be the only change, unless maybe C.Wagner replaces ANB? Or could Lewis come in for Petty and we go with just the two talls?

 

 

I think Hibbo for Wagner seems right 

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Final change will just be Hibberd for Wagner. Feels very weird not having to replace an injured player!

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3 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Weird that Oscar was named given the club said during the week he would play VFL this week.

Hibberd for Wagner seems like it could be the only change, unless maybe C.Wagner replaces ANB? Or could Lewis come in for Petty and we go with just the two talls?

 

 

Was originally thinking we might only go with Frost and May against Hipwood and Mcstay, but they also have Mcinhernney to throw forward and give Martin a chop out.

Will be interesting 

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3 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Weird that Oscar was named given the club said during the week he would play VFL this week

 

 

I suspect it about confidence. The club is saying we rate you. You are in the frame and will be back soon.

That and trolling the naysayers on demonland.

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All about Attitude 

who wants to win and who is willing to push hard for it. 

It will be a tough night up in Brisvegas, for sure. But it can be a good one

We have to get used to winning the hard games..

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18 minutes ago, rjay said:

Oscar had a great game for Casey...demanded selection.

All about Confidence??What an absolute Crock! Hasn"t played for weeks and gets named!!??

 Laughable, REALLY?? Just think about this selection.

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Hibberd for Wagner seems like the only change for me although can't see how Hannan holds is spot with 3 absolute stinkers......(he wouldn't get a game for Casey at the moment)

I thought I knew a little about the game but like what bing181 said, as supporters we obviously have no idea what goes on in the inner sactum.

 

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10 minutes ago, picket fence said:

All about Confidence??What an absolute Joke!! Hasn"t played for weeks and gets named!!??

Garbage!

Perfect opportunity to get games into young developing players

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23 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Only confirms, once again, how out of the loop the average fan is as to what's really happening. Selection is not just based on what's on view to the public. Thankfully.

Good for Oscar to be putting his hand up.

What???

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26 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Only confirms, once again, how out of the loop the average fan is as to what's really happening. Selection is not just based on what's on view to the public. Thankfully.

Good for Oscar to be putting his hand up.

What, you don't think the club agrees with the demonland posters who seriously believe he will never be selected again? I mean don't they know he is not AFL standard?

I very much doubt he'll be selected but will go back to Casey with a very public and clear statement of support from the club (no doubt partly to counteract the white  noise of virtoil out in unsocial media land) and get some form back. Good man management.

As I have said he'll be back soon enough. Some elephant.

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46 minutes ago, Nasher said:

Final change will just be Hibberd for Wagner. Feels very weird not having to replace an injured player!

I think Lewis comes in too and ANB is the likely out.

Hannan is very lucky given his last couple of games.

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25 minutes ago, Redleg said:

I think Lewis comes in too and ANB is the likely out.

Hannan is very lucky given his last couple of games.

Hannan has been average since 2017. Let's be honest. He had a good finals series and like a few others appears to be running on fumes this year. 

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1 minute ago, praha said:

Hannan has been average since 2017. Let's be honest. He had a good finals series and like a few others appears to be running on fumes this year. 

To provide context, The blokes been injured, is that fair and reasonable? The FD clearly rate his flexibility and a prepared to back him for a run of games, rather than drop after 2. 

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3 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

To provide context, The blokes been injured, is that fair and reasonable? The FD clearly rate his flexibility and a prepared to back him for a run of games, rather than drop after 2. 

It didn't say his averageness wasn't justified. I just said he'd been average since 2017. His versatility is obviously important but how long do we carry players who need 1+ months to find form after injuries? At least AVB has immediate impact. 

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1 hour ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

What???

Petty is a better investment in the backline than either Lewis or OMac. 

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