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I have liked the way he ha splayed  for a few years, very good prospect that got injured at the wrong time for the Lions. Has got many great assets. I would love to think we are looking at him and getting him somehow. The good thing is that he uses the ball well (75% career ave) and is a great runner. Imagine him and Langdon in our side, we straight away have 2 serious gut running players. 

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Yep. Adds spped and run. Would easily get a game on a wing for us.

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Yeah, I like it. Can drift in and out of games but reckon that's mainly due to him being in/out of the Lions side. Not saying he'll be a star but adds something we lack and reckon he'd be a good contributor.

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5 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Yep. Adds spped and run. Would easily get a game on a wing for us.

i agree, he runs hard, and is tough and has skills. Would be a great upgrade.

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I think we might have chased him previously. He'd be a cheap get, I'm sure Brissy will have to offload some fringe players, because they'll have to play their young guns in the comings. Even if he wasn't immediate best 22, he'd be in our best 30 and good depth in a position we lack. 

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21 minutes ago, Demon Spofforth said:

Yeah, I like it. Can drift in and out of games but reckon that's mainly due to him being in/out of the Lions side. Not saying he'll be a star but adds something we lack and reckon he'd be a good contributor.

yeah i also think he was unlucky with the Lions hitting peak form this year and him having an injury. He is no star but he is solid and fits a need we have.

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Knows how to run, and run with the ball, and kick the ball in the right general direction.

Yes please. Well spotted Demon3.

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3 minutes ago, Little Goffy said:

Knows how to run, and run with the ball, and kick the ball in the right general direction.

Yes please. Well spotted Demon3.

Spot on Goffy, i really like that he knows where to run as well which seems a silly thing to say, but i have noticed he pushes to parts of the ground to receive that opens up the ground. think he might be a smart footballer.

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Tom Cutler would be best 22 easily on a wing, if fit. 

He would be an upgrade on another recently recruited winger we have barely seen this season (KK) 

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"Brisbane look set to face a battle in order to keep fringe player Tom Cutler beyond 2019, according to the Herald Sun.

Victorian clubs are reportedly interested in acquiring the 24-year-old who has only managed three games this season despite a career-best year in 2018."

Victorian clubs linked with young Lion

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Good call. Hopefully we are into him. Wouldn't cost much and would be around the mark for a best 22 spot, especially if KK doesn't get going.

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6 hours ago, Demon3 said:

i agree, he runs hard, and is tough and has skills. Would be a great upgrade.

Still, Dee3, we must try to think 'asset' rather than 'upgrade' - our grade is actually pretty low.

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Get him a fourth rounder and I’m all for it.

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1 hour ago, BarassiWisdom said:

Same dolts shouting down Ben Brown and the General Patton are touting this spud. Hilarious. 

 

Real subtle Matsuo.

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Draft pick 73 gets it done. Only because Lions will want to free up some lust space. 

Cutler fits our needs. Fast. Gialkicker. Good size.  Wing or half back.  Good ball user.  Only squeezed out by Lions new midfield.  

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10 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Draft pick 73 gets it done. Only because Lions will want to free up some lust space. 

Cutler fits our needs. Fast. Gialkicker. Good size.  Wing or half back.  Good ball user.  Only squeezed out by Lions new midfield.  

Sounds like better than we have currently. At 73 it’s a yes!

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Have always rated him. Yes please.

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On 8/23/2019 at 8:18 PM, Vineytime said:

Fringe 2’s player, we’ve got enough like this on our list, need quality not VFL players. 

PASS. 

Genuine question, but do you know much about him or just generalising? Plenty of fringe players go on to have good careers. He fits a need, would come cheap, and at the very worst would improve our depth which has been exposed this year.

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Foot injuries make me nervous.

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