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12 hours ago, waynewussell said:

You need to look a little deeper NC... I was highlighting how ridiculous sweeping, unsubstantiated opinions are. I used a direct quote from another poster who has a track record on such matters.

I thought you were trolling so I opted not to bite.

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Wouldn't hurt GC to at least have a look. Would add leadership and professionalism. 

And actually get an AFL game too.

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27 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Wouldn't hurt GC to at least have a look. Would add leadership and professionalism. 

And actually get an AFL game too.

If he's looking at a coaching career it wouldn't hurt us to have a look for the same reasons...

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On 9/26/2019 at 7:30 AM, Redleg said:

But look at the list they were gifted. They were created to be successful quickly, not like the rest of us who developed slowly.

They were given so many top players, that as they traded the surplus, they got more high picks to pick the best again in the next seasons.

They were always going to succeed.

When are people going to see that draft picks are just one piece of the puzzle in winning a premiership.  Gold Coast have had a stack of early picks too with a one year head start.

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On 9/26/2019 at 7:30 AM, Redleg said:

But look at the list they were gifted. They were created to be successful quickly, not like the rest of us who developed slowly.

They were given so many top players, that as they traded the surplus, they got more high picks to pick the best again in the next seasons.

They were always going to succeed.

GC were given similar....

A tale of 2 clubs, early times it looked like GC would be the golden boys and GWS the poor cousins.

Despite the gifts they were given they have done it well and set themselves up for the longer burn whereas GC tried for the quicker success.

...and they now play a tough uncompromising brand of footy.

I take my hat off to Cameron for what he's done with the list, a list that has struggled with injury this year.

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I really want this bloke back at the Dees in some capacity. I rate him very highly. He was Cotchin-like in his behind the scenes work and standards while skipper at MFC. A dysfunctional club didn't help but he came through and never altered his professionalism and output. His 2nd season had me thinking "300 game champion right here"!

Assistant coach? Player development role? Player or Coach Liaison between Casey and MFC. Just get him back and don't lose him again.

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3 minutes ago, rjay said:

 

I take my hat off to Cameron for what he's done with the list, a list that has struggled with injury this year.

And like so many Coaches before him, for example Dimma, Buckley, Thompson and even Clarkson, to name a few, who tasted some success, after calls for their dumping, Cameron has outlasted the doubters and got his side into the GF. Now the "experts" are calling for extending his contract.

It's a fickle game.

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12 hours ago, Maldonboy38 said:

I really want this bloke back at the Dees in some capacity. I rate him very highly. He was Cotchin-like in his behind the scenes work and standards while skipper at MFC. A dysfunctional club didn't help but he came through and never altered his professionalism and output. His 2nd season had me thinking "300 game champion right here"!

Assistant coach? Player development role? Player or Coach Liaison between Casey and MFC. Just get him back and don't lose him again.

I agree wholeeheartedly, because the game has "been kind" in a playing sense through no fault of his own. His attitude and pride in MFC was exemplary. He has definitely given his best shot. Well done and.....please find a way to come back to MFC.

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Can't understand why port did not play him this year he regular picked up 30+ disposals in the SANFL, writing was on the wall for him, never was really given a chance at port.

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16 hours ago, don't make me angry said:

Can't understand why port did not play him this year he regular picked up 30+ disposals in the SANFL, writing was on the wall for him, never was really given a chance at port.

Purely the speed of the 2 Codes

Jack was not quick enough for the Top Level

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Posted (edited)

Is it true that Dustin Martin was number 3 in the draft the year we got Trengove at number 2? And Nat Fyfe was further down the list?

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17 minutes ago, Skin Deeamond said:

Is it true that Dustin Martin was number 3 in the draft the year we got Trengove at number 2? And Nat Fyfe was further down the list?

You know it's quite easy to research it yourself?

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29 minutes ago, Skin Deeamond said:

Is it true that Dustin Martin was number 3 in the draft the year we got Trengove at number 2? And Nat Fyfe was further down the list?

This has been reported so many times over the years people have started to believe it.

Judd was no 1 that year and Cotchin no 2. Martin went at 19 and Trengove wasn't drafted at all that year.

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On 10/1/2019 at 3:38 PM, Mazer Rackham said:

This has been reported so many times over the years people have started to believe it.

Judd was no 1 that year and Cotchin no 2. Martin went at 19 and Trengove wasn't drafted at all that year.


Dunno what you're smokin'.

Round Pick Player Recruited from League Club
Priority 1 Tom Scully Dandenong Stingrays TAC Cup Melbourne
1 2 Jack Trengove Sturt SANFL Melbourne
1 3 Dustin Martin Bendigo Pioneers TAC Cup Richmond
1 4 Anthony Morabito Peel WAFL Fremantle
1 5 Ben Cunnington Geelong Falcons TAC Cup North Melbourne
1 6 Gary Rohan Geelong Falcons TAC Cup Sydney
1 7 Brad Sheppard East Fremantle WAFL West Coast
1 8 John Butcher Gippsland Power TAC Cup Port Adelaide
1 9 Andrew Moore Eastern Ranges TAC Cup Port Adelaide
1 10 Jake Melksham Calder Cannons TAC Cup Essendon
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On 10/1/2019 at 3:07 PM, Skin Deeamond said:

Is it true that Dustin Martin was number 3 in the draft the year we got Trengove at number 2? And Nat Fyfe was further down the list?

Yes it is true.
See post above.

But at the time no-one blinked an eye when we took Scully and Trengove.
Was always gonna be those 2.

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9 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Classy as always.

He not only fulfilled a childhood dream he captained our beloved club thru some of its darkest times.  He did it with distinction. 

 

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