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TRAINING: Monday 17th February 2020

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If anyone is popping down to training this morning we'd love an update. First player to look for; Aaron vandenBerg.

I'll post links to any training reports at the top of this post for easy reference.

AFL training sessions

Date: Monday 17 February
Start time: 9.30am
Location: Gosch's Paddock

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And hopefully all OK with T Mac.

The most recent training report indicated he rolled his ankle and didn't complete training.

(unless you believe the Friday training report when Lever kicked 6 on Weideman, and T Mac kicked 3 sausages in match sim)

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Want to know if Aaron Vandenberg is training?

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3 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Want to know if Aaron Vandenberg is training?

Question has already been asked. 

I'll let you know the answer. 

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3 minutes ago, AshleyH30 said:

In another tweet he mentions Gawn running and May sidelined as Dees do match sim.

For reference.

 

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Some Kade Chandler action that you've all been chomping at the bit for.

 

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12 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Want to know if Aaron Vandenberg is training?

 

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2 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

F%#k!!

Let's hope they're just being cautious and deloading for a bit but given the history here I'm not overly hopeful.

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32 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Let's hope they're just being cautious and deloading for a bit but given the history here I'm not overly hopeful.

Or that Cherny wasn’t looking out for him and he wasn’t noticeable during training...

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Sorry at work today, have to do it sometime

I had a chat to Vanders last week, there was no worry from him about reoccurrence of foot issues. Just annoyed he got involved with the fence

Being Vanders he was chasing an opponent

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26 minutes ago, Gawn's Beard said:

Or that Cherny wasn’t looking out for him and he wasn’t noticeable during training...

That is the hope I'm clinging too at the moment.

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1 hour ago, The team we love said:

That is the best news I’ve heard all day. 
 

With a bit of luck, it could just be Preuss and Neita unavailable round 1. 

And KK, Bennell

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Tom McDonald with ongoing knee management. Hopefully he comes good this year. He's possibly the most important player on our list at the moment, as he's our only proven big goal kicker.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/374096/big-demons-forward-joins-all-australian-ruckman-in-rehab-group

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Just now, Lord Travis said:

Tom McDonald with ongoing knee management. Hopefully he comes good this year. He's possibly the most important player on our list at the moment, as he's our only proven big goal kicker.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/374096/big-demons-forward-joins-all-australian-ruckman-in-rehab-group

I thought it was an ankle. So much for our crack team of Demonland Trackwatchers.

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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

I thought it was an ankle. So much for our crack team of Demonland Trackwatchers.

That's a bit harsh, he did roll his ankle, didn't look anything which turns out correct , seen  Tommy Mc do this including removing strapping a couple of times,  managed

And me and @Baghdad Bob starring in latest Hell  n Back video as well

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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

I thought it was an ankle. So much for our crack team of Demonland Trackwatchers.

It still might have been. The story did say the tape was discarded during the session. The tape may have been a precaution against altered mechanics due to the ankle.

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The fact that the delisted bomber Brown is even being mentioned is not a good sign

We really need May and T Mac as our bookends. they cant take a trick

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2 minutes ago, DubDee said:

The fact that the delisted bomber Brown is even being mentioned is not a good sign

We really need May and T Mac as our bookends. they cant take a trick

it's 17 of February. Season starts in a month. Cool ya jets. May will play Marsh Series Game 2. Max Gawn the same. McDonald also overcoming a minor setback. Likely to play Marsh 2. I have no idea about VDB. Would love to know if he trained. 

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6 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

it's 17 of February. Season starts in a month. Cool ya jets. May will play Marsh Series Game 2. Max Gawn the same. McDonald also overcoming a minor setback. Likely to play Marsh 2. I have no idea about VDB. Would love to know if he trained. 

Article linked above from Marc McGowan says "Among the other players either out or on modified programs are Angus Brayshaw (elbow), Braydon Preuss (knee), Harry Petty (groin), Aaron vandenBerg (foot) and Kade Kolodjashnij (concussion)."

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