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1 minute ago, monoccular said:

He can work out on fixing those deficits at Casey while JFK gets rewarded for hard work 

From the grassy knoll.

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14 hours ago, binman said:

Salem has been our best, for sure. And by some margin. But has had a couple of games where he was off his game.

Hore has played well every game I reckon. 

Wasn't Hore dropped earlier in the season?

Nevertheless, and more importantly, Hore has been a great recruit for us. It's obviously a shame he'll be out for the next few, but he's already done enough to be our best first year player.

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53 minutes ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Wasn't Hore dropped earlier in the season?

Nevertheless, and more importantly, Hore has been a great recruit for us. It's obviously a shame he'll be out for the next few, but he's already done enough to be our best first year player.

If Jetta returns I wonder who would have made way for him should Hore not have gotten injured. I suspect potentially Lockhart or Dunkley. But would have been interesting. Hore has slotted into Lewis' and Bernie's role rather well.

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1 hour ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Wasn't Hore dropped earlier in the season?

Nevertheless, and more importantly, Hore has been a great recruit for us. It's obviously a shame he'll be out for the next few, but he's already done enough to be our best first year player.

Think he struggled in his first game and was dropped, which led to a couple of posters saying he was no good and would never make it. Since his return he has been great.

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On 7/7/2019 at 5:45 PM, Skin Deeamond said:

Fritsch forward to replace Tom.

Gawn back in his usual brilliance. 2 weeks for a sprained ankle is about right.

Keep Preuss in. He’s a great mark and a long kick. He had a good game today.

Lever to the backline to replace Hore. 

Maynard or Jordon in for potential and development. They did well at Casey. The Wagners are just no good.

I still think that the Wagners can further develop given further opportunity - moreso than some whose opportunity opportunities have yielded very little in a developmental sense. The Wagners are mobile, for starters, and at different times in different ways, get the pill and use it fairly well, fairly consistently. I'd expect that their stuff-ups will wane somewhat as their own processes onfield automate. 

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I've said before that I would prefer Jordon gets a call up.

JKH deserves a run on form and Jordon has shown enough in recent games to put him ahead of the Wagners to my mind.

Must be getting close.

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Assuming Gawn plays, is Preuss a certainty to keep his spot considering they're so reluctant to play Gawn and Preuss in the same side?

In - Lever, Gawn

Out - T Mac, Hore

Jetta to have another week at Casey (IMO) considering he's missed 10 weeks and didn't even play a full game at Casey on his return.

JFK would probably be border line. He probably didn't deserve to cop a bullet after the Adelaide game considering he was only promoted for 1 week after a long lay off, and has regularly been in the best for Casey. 

 

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On 7/9/2019 at 11:40 AM, rjay said:

I've said before that I would prefer Jordon gets a call up.

JKH deserves a run on form and Jordon has shown enough in recent games to put him ahead of the Wagners to my mind.

Must be getting close.

Jordon's put up some high disposal games since shifting from the backline to the midfeld/forward rotation at Casey, but I'm not sure that means he's anywhere near a debut. With a late December birth date, skinny frame and limited TAC exposure he'll probably be better off just playing the year out at Casey. He's not going to get midfield time in the AFL team and we might have enough backline options for the rest of the year. Maybe if they give Dunkley a couple more games and if he then goes back to the VFL you could give Jordon a go but too many young guys at once if they haven't really bashed the door down at VFL level is a recipe for failure.

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In: Gawn, Lever, JKH

Out: TMac, Hore, ANB

I noticed in the Carlton game and (IIRC) the Freo game, ANB was on the bench at the end of both games. That tell's me that when both games were going down to the wire, with players fading fast; the player with the most run, who covers all the kms was on the bench (only one spot on the bench for the Carlton game). Speaks volumes to me.

 

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Scott Morrison and Hillsong Church In.

Praise the Lord ....hallelujahs all around.

Devine intervention from the God Bothering PM!

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4 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Assuming Gawn plays, is Preuss a certainty to keep his spot considering they're so reluctant to play Gawn and Preuss in the same side?

In - Lever, Gawn

Out - T Mac, Hore

Jetta to have another week at Casey (IMO) considering he's missed 10 weeks and didn't even play a full game at Casey on his return.

JFK would probably be border line. He probably didn't deserve to cop a bullet after the Adelaide game considering he was only promoted for 1 week after a long lay off, and has regularly been in the best for Casey. 

 

BBP - that was with Tom there too ... now I would see it as a no brainer (which doesn't necessarily mean it will happen though).

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Gawn and Lever obviously in if they are fit.  

If Petty is not right, then I think JKH is the most likely.  We will need leg speed against the Bulldogs. 

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14 hours ago, Soidee said:

Scott Morrison and Hillsong Church In.

Praise the Lord ....hallelujahs all around.

Devine intervention from the God Bothering PM!

Please no Miranda intervention. Too much Devine

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Gawn, Lever and Jetta all in. This could mean Petty is the unlucky out regardless of concussion

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3 minutes ago, ArtificialWisdom said:

 

Gawn, Lever and Jetta all in. This could mean Petty is the unlucky out regardless of concussion

I took his comments to mean Gawn will be in, Lever and Jetta not guaranteed.

 

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15 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

I took his comments to mean Gawn will be in, Lever and Jetta not guaranteed.

 

Exactly the way i took it.

Gawn and Lever most likely to be our only changes for Tmac and Hore.

Jetta another week at VFL level.

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22 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

I took his comments to mean Gawn will be in, Lever and Jetta not guaranteed.

 

Possible but so far this year he's usually been pretty up front to say when best 22 players are going to pay vfl. Usually when they've said available they mean they'll pick them in the 1s. Unless he is suggesting that Jetta is not a walk up start anymore

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9 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Exactly the way i took it.

Gawn and Lever most likely to be our only changes for Tmac and Hore.

Jetta another week at VFL level.

 

Just now, ArtificialWisdom said:

Possible but so far this year he's usually been pretty up front to say when best 22 players are going to pay vfl. Usually when they've said available they mean they'll pick them in the 1s. Unless he is suggesting that Jetta is not a walk up start anymore

Have a mate who's a Casey regular and he was saying Nev told him at the game that he would play another 1-2 VFL games as part of his preparation. Obviously things can change quickly in footy, but my personal opinion would be he should play another 1 at least. Only played a half last week.

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I'm interpreting this from Nev as more likely VFL, but AFL a possibility.

 

 

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I took it to mean they’re in. Lever played in the VFL and only had a minor injury to start with so there’s no way he’s not ready. Jetta was mentioned in the same breath, so I’m interpreting him to be in similar condition.

In: Gawn, Lever, Jetta

Out: TMac, Hore, Petty (whether injured or not - team balance)

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4 minutes ago, Nasher said:

Jetta was mentioned in the same breath, so I’m interpreting him to be in similar condition.

I know we differ on the whole injury rehab/preparation vibe, but surely playing 1/2 a game of VFL football in 11 weeks isn't enough preparation for a full game of AFL?

 

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1 hour ago, Lord Nev said:

I know we differ on the whole injury rehab/preparation vibe, but surely playing 1/2 a game of VFL football in 11 weeks isn't enough preparation for a full game of AFL?

 

and it wasn't that flash a half from what I noticed... one absolute clanger of a kick and outmarked on another causing two direct goals

Very rusty I thought...

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So we are going to bring in Nev - Slow and slowing and underdone, Lever - Slow, underdone, Max - Big and slow, keep Pruess in, Big and Slow, with Weid, Big and slow. plus we expect ANB to be the small forward.. which he is nothing like a small Fwd.  against The dogs who are quick and on a really fast deck. 

Why are we rushing Jetta back in? I

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Quite often an experienced AFL player with many preseasons comes straight back in after a long injury out, without a VFL game. 

So, I don't see a problem bringing in Nev with one VFL game.  If he comes in he will be ready to play and will perform to his usual high standard.

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