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Also people, it would only be human for Jake to come here and see the reaction to his arrival by the supporters. I’m confident players quickly learn to avoid this place, but factor in him or his relat

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Very good player. Extremely clean and a great, quick decision maker. He's small but still tough and an excellent kick.  Played wing, mostly, last year but could easily play as a small forward wit

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1 minute ago, manny100 said:

The first 2 picks have been part of our plan. Tall forwards with smalls to deliver to talls and crumb. Hopefully our missing links. 

YESSSSSSSSSSS!!

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4 minutes ago, manny100 said:

The first 2 picks have been part of our plan. Tall forwards with smalls to deliver to talls and crumb. Hopefully our missing links. 

Definitely picked for outside smarts and skill but the problem is they both will struggle to be physically ready to have an impact next year. 67kgs is one of the lightest picks I can recall.

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17 minutes ago, olisik said:

We traded our 2021 first for this bloke so hope his worth it

I mean we literally traded it for the pick after this bloke too so might want to mention that

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1 hour ago, Axis of Bob said:

Very good player. Extremely clean and a great, quick decision maker. He's small but still tough and an excellent kick. 

Played wing, mostly, last year but could easily play as a small forward with his quickness and ability to create goals. 

Everyone said that about spargo when he was drafted... look how he turned out

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1 hour ago, Axis of Bob said:

Very good player. Extremely clean and a great, quick decision maker. He's small but still tough and an excellent kick. 

Played wing, mostly, last year but could easily play as a small forward with his quickness and ability to create goals. 

Are you connected with Chelt Secondary College, Bob?

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1 hour ago, Territory said:

I dont like it but if it makes Spargo lift to AFL level or get dumped, all the better.

I joke about the depth in his kick but Spargo improved last year. He is a link player, not a goal kicker. In his best games his score involvements were in the top couple of players on the ground. His issue is consistency but I think that will come with games. Some hamstring curls won’t do any harm either. I hold hope for Charles.

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2 hours ago, olisik said:

We traded our 2021 first for this bloke so hope his worth it

thats the big wait and see really, is pick 21 this year a better player that 14-18 next year. i'm not sure. small forwards can be found outside the first round but fingers crossed he comes good and can have an impact. big year for baker, ANB, bedford, chandler, spargs in the smalls department

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lol you lot. Did you not see our ball use this year? We were ****house!!! We get one of the best users in the draft. What else do you people want?! We need footy smarts all over the ground. We've got too many dumb kents like Viney and Brayshaw that have a crack but their decision making is trash. A good pick and we could go with more types like him. Oh, we did with our next pick too. Surprise surprise.  

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2 minutes ago, Dr.D said:

lol you lot. Did you not see our ball use this year? We were ****house!!! We get one of the best users in the draft. What else do you people want?! We need footy smarts all over the ground. We've got too many dumb kents like Viney and Brayshaw that have a crack but their decision making is trash. A good pick and we could go with more types like him. Oh, we did with our next pick too. Surprise surprise.  

yep. gus can't kick. silly people on here don't understand that

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2 hours ago, Dr.D said:

lol you lot. Did you not see our ball use this year? We were ****house!!! We get one of the best users in the draft. What else do you people want?! We need footy smarts all over the ground. We've got too many dumb kents like Viney and Brayshaw that have a crack but their decision making is trash. A good pick and we could go with more types like him. Oh, we did with our next pick too. Surprise surprise.  

Haha yep definitely a major issue that needs a fix, hopefull this goes a long way towards it!

If only they had a few extra cms and kgs, but footy IQ is a must

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5 hours ago, Axis of Bob said:

Nobody ever said Spargo was quick.

Spargs will look quick in tandem with these new recruits plus Kossie. No one will or should be stationery on our forward line in 2021 otherwise they will be on the bench and not going back on fir a whole!

Not sure  about Tommy Mac yet but we will wait and see!!

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6 hours ago, stranga said:

Definitely picked for outside smarts and skill but the problem is they both will struggle to be physically ready to have an impact next year. 67kgs is one of the lightest picks I can recall.

Yes legs might be a worry but neither looked timid or slow in the highlights so I think we have broker a couple of goers who will find their feet early on.

They look as though they both have some smarts yo add to our mix.

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