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On 6/12/2021 at 12:39 AM, Bring-Back-Powell said:

His skills let him down at times but I wonder if he could be a September wild card if he somehow finds himself in the side in August?

Big bodied contested player that wouldn’t be afraid of nailing the big goal in a final.

His skills are terrible and you have to nominate who he will replace....

His days in the firsts are gone I;m afraidi

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We only need Viney. he is standalone as a top 5 player.

The rest? Petty is a very good replacement for Tomlinson. And it seems Weid and Ben Brown are of a probable similar worth to the team ATM.

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36 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

we have three players on our injury list

three!

halfway thru the year!!!

what even is this world in which we're in...

half our team is clearly gonna come down with covid on the eve of the finals, right?

One that Dave Misson isn't at the club!

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1 hour ago, whatwhat say what said:

we have three players on our injury list

three!

halfway thru the year!!!

what even is this world in which we're in...

half our team is clearly gonna come down with covid on the eve of the finals, right?

I was so happy reading this. Truly  uplifted. Until the last sentence. 😆

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Round 15: Injury List

Jack Viney (toe) —  Available

Bailey Laurie (eye socket) — Available

Deakyn Smith (ankle) — Available

Joel Smith (knee) — Available

Marty Hore (knee) — 8 to 10 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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The club’s injury report is up on the MFC site. Injuries minimal and limited to our three ACL players. No mention of Mitch Brown who left the ground early in the Casey game which was reported as a “heel injury”.

Round 16: Injury List

Marty Hore (knee) — 7 to 9 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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10 minutes ago, Chelly said:

The club’s injury report is up on the MFC site. Injuries minimal and limited to our three ACL players. No mention of Mitch Brown who left the ground early in the Casey game which was reported as a “heel injury”.

Round 16: Injury List

Marty Hore (knee) — 7 to 9 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

Surely if he went down first quarter and didn’t come back you’d think something is wrong with M. Brown’s heel. Weird they wouldn’t at least just mention it and say he’s ok, but hopefully it just means he’s fine for this weekend! 

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I think I can say with confidence that is the shortest injury list we have ever had at round 15.  at least in a long long time

reasons for this?  we have a mature team with many preseasons under the belt, Burgess, good coaching, physios/fitness staff, good luck

Well done to all!

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Yes, the list just doubled in size -

Injury List: Round 17

Mitch Brown (heel) — 2 Weeks

Bailey Laurie (shoulder) — 4 to 5 Weeks

Nathan Jones (calf) — TBC

Marty Hore (knee) — 7 to 8 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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Thankfully, Fraser Rosman has escaped injury after going off against Werribee last Saturday with hamstring tightness. Also, Tom Sparrow who was seen in the hands of the trainers late in that game seems to have pulled up okay.

Injury List: Round 18

Nathan Jones (calf) —  1 to 2 Weeks

Mitch Brown (heel) — 2 to 3 Weeks

Bailey Laurie (shoulder) — 3 to 4 Weeks

Marty Hore (knee) — 6 to 7 Weeks

Aaron Nietschke (knee) — Season

Adam Tomlinson (knee) — Season

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What happened to Deakin Smith?

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With these Injury reports,  Feels like we're getting a full viewing of the extended backroom cast to prepare for a post Burgo era aha

In Previous years has it been the same? (Dif staff etc)

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46 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

What happened to Deakin Smith?

Deakyn Smith had an ankle injury recently but it’s a bit of a concern if he’s had a recurrence and we’re not being told about it.

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44 minutes ago, roy11 said:

With these Injury reports,  Feels like we're getting a full viewing of the extended backroom cast to prepare for a post Burgo era aha

In Previous years has it been the same? (Dif staff etc)

It's (unfortunately) well known that Burgo is heading to Adelaide.

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Old man injuries catching up with Jones. Really hope he can get himself fit before finals and give himself the best chance he can to make the side. 

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