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Interesting that he has been out of contract for so long. Always assumed that Don's would sign him on (and I still think they will). Has struggled for parts of this year and famously struggles to score if the dons aren't playing well on the day..  but still would offer some pace/spark that we need up forward. 

 

 

 

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24 minutes ago, ArtificialWisdom said:

Interesting that he has been out of contract for so long. Always assumed that Don's would sign him on (and I still think they will). Has struggled for parts of this year and famously struggles to score if the dons aren't playing well on the day..  but still would offer some pace/spark that we need up forward. 

 

 

 

In a high contested team that thrives on forward half pressure, he would be a great fit. Adds pace and can kick straight 😂 

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17 minutes ago, Megatron said:

In a high contested team that thrives on forward half pressure, he would be a great fit. Adds pace and can kick straight 😂 

I am sure we could beat those traits out of him 🙄🤔🤗

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Hold the phone: a small forward that goes missing when the rest of his team does? wow!

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Would think it's a contract issue (money level and perhaps term)...

Surprised that he hasn't had the pre-signing form improvement that so many MFC players experience.

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12 minutes ago, praha said:

Hold the phone: a small forward that goes missing when the rest of his team does? wow!

Still more effective than all of ours combined i reckon praha.

I would have him in a heartbeat.

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3 minutes ago, ding said:

Still more effective than all of ours combined i reckon praha.

I would have him in a heartbeat.

may as well give the Bombers a little salary cap problem by making an offer. Garlett's money is there to be used.

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39 minutes ago, monoccular said:

I am sure we could beat those traits out of him 🙄🤔🤗

Very good mono.

Sharp this afternoon!

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4 hours ago, ding said:

Still more effective than all of ours combined i reckon praha.

I would have him in a heartbeat.

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

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2 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

Did i set your "disrespect alarm" off again Saty?

He is no more a "Small" than CP5. In fact he is taller.

Surely you must have known that.

Or do you just like a argument?

P.S. Dont bother, we already know the answer.

 

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6 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

Saty. I admire your red and blue blood through-and-through attitude, but a guy is allowed to express an opinion without it being construed as a knock (“negativity”) on every player on our list, surely.

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Dons would surely get his signature before end of season, their supporters would riot.

But if not, would absolutely go for him without hesitation! Inside 50 pressure and goals, absolute gold for our needs.

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50 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

Facts M8. 

Look at em.

They're good for ya. 

We're the least effective forward-line in the AFL. 

No amount of training you attend will change that. 

 

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Would take him gladly if he was open to leaving. He’s the type of pacey small forward we need and a big upgrade on the likes of Spargo, Nibbler, Hanna etc

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38 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Dons would surely get his signature before end of season, their supporters would riot.

But if not, would absolutely go for him without hesitation! Inside 50 pressure and goals, absolute gold for our needs.

you're right but it would be fun making an open play for him and seeing the bomber fans sweat.

As I mentioned before at the very least it would play a little havoc with their salary cap.

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1 hour ago, Satyriconhome said:

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

You’re right Saty. After Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti’s performance today I’d rather Hunt. 

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14 minutes ago, Megatron said:

You’re right Saty. After Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti’s performance today I’d rather Hunt. 

Cherry picking individual games isn't a sound method for managing a team list. But I guess you knew that.

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5 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Cherry picking individual games isn't a sound method for managing a team list. But I guess you knew that.

I’ve seen him play like this more than once. I believe he tore us a new one when we played them. In fact he’s done it to us numerous times. Today’s just another example of the quality player he is.

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1 hour ago, Satyriconhome said:

So how do you rate Hunt or not 'small' enough?

Or you just prefer a bit of negativity

Same Height as Petracca at 186cm. I’d hardly call him a ‘small’ forward. He doesn’t play as one either. 

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10 minutes ago, The Lobster Effect said:

Match-winner

Yep. Different player type than Hunt. Better player than Hunt. 

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Gun!

Kill for a player like tippa in our side.

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Who would you rather Spargo, or Tippa?? Other than Jeffy who I still rate, he is an upgrade on any thing similar. And No... Hunt aint really a Forward !!

Go Get please!!?

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