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Here is the current players win % in the red and blue as of round 5 2021

No. Player Games for the Dees Wins Losses Draw Win %
23. James Jordon 5 5 0   100.00
6. Luke Jackson 11 9 2   81.82
24. Trent Rivers 14 10 4   71.43
20. Adam Tomlinson 18 12 6   66.67
32. Tom Sparrow 12 8 4   66.67
38. Mitch Brown 6 4 2   66.67
9. Charlie Spargo 39 25 14   64.10
15. Ed Langdon 22 14 8   63.64
36. Kysaiah Pickett 19 12 7   63.16
18. Jake Melksham 74 41 33   55.41
8. Jake Lever 41 22 19   53.66
26. Sam Weideman 44 23 21   52.27
13. Clayton Oliver 104 54 50   51.92
30. Alex Neal-Bullen 85 44 41   51.76
1. Steven May 29 15 14   51.72
22. Aaron Vandenberg 47 24 23   51.06
31. Bayley Fritsch 65 33 32   50.77
37. Kade Chandler 2 1 1   50.00
5. Christian Petracca 107 53 54   49.53
14. Michael Hibberd 73 36 37   49.32
10. Angus Brayshaw 99 47 52   47.47
29. Jayden Hunt 79 37 42   46.84
4. James Harmes 105 49 56   46.67
3. Christian Salem 111 51 60   45.95
44. Joel Smith 18 8 10   44.44
11. Max Gawn 139 58 81   41.73
39. Neville Jetta 156 61 95 2 39.10
25. Tom McDonald 175 68 107   38.86
7. Jack Viney 139 52 87   37.41
41. Jay Lockhart 22 8 14   36.36
34. Marty Hore 14 5 9   35.71
2. Nathan Jones 299 98 198 3 32.78
33. Oscar Baker 13 4 9   30.77
35. Harrison Petty 12 3 9   25.00
12. Toby Bedford 2 0 2   0.00

 

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Very interesting. Spargs had to be loving life. It kind of reminds you how very few games we’ve won in the past decade. Even Trac and Brayshaw aren’t on positive terms. 

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1 hour ago, FritschyBusiness said:

Here is the current players win % in the red and blue as of round 5 2021

No. Player Games for the Dees Wins Losses Draw Win %
23. James Jordon 5 5 0   100.00
6. Luke Jackson 11 9 2   81.82
24. Trent Rivers 14 10 4   71.43
20. Adam Tomlinson 18 12 6   66.67
32. Tom Sparrow 12 8 4   66.67
38. Mitch Brown 6 4 2   66.67
9. Charlie Spargo 39 25 14   64.10
15. Ed Langdon 22 14 8   63.64
36. Kysaiah Pickett 19 12 7   63.16
18. Jake Melksham 74 41 33   55.41
8. Jake Lever 41 22 19   53.66
26. Sam Weideman 44 23 21   52.27
13. Clayton Oliver 104 54 50   51.92
30. Alex Neal-Bullen 85 44 41   51.76
1. Steven May 29 15 14   51.72
22. Aaron Vandenberg 47 24 23   51.06
31. Bayley Fritsch 65 33 32   50.77
37. Kade Chandler 2 1 1   50.00
5. Christian Petracca 107 53 54   49.53
14. Michael Hibberd 73 36 37   49.32
10. Angus Brayshaw 99 47 52   47.47
29. Jayden Hunt 79 37 42   46.84
4. James Harmes 105 49 56   46.67
3. Christian Salem 111 51 60   45.95
44. Joel Smith 18 8 10   44.44
11. Max Gawn 139 58 81   41.73
39. Neville Jetta 156 61 95 2 39.10
25. Tom McDonald 175 68 107   38.86
7. Jack Viney 139 52 87   37.41
41. Jay Lockhart 22 8 14   36.36
34. Marty Hore 14 5 9   35.71
2. Nathan Jones 299 98 198 3 32.78
33. Oscar Baker 13 4 9   30.77
35. Harrison Petty 12 3 9   25.00
12. Toby Bedford 2 0 2   0.00

 

So basically scrap all players from Tracc down and we'll go undefeated for the entire season.

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1 hour ago, Chook said:

How does this compare to Cam Pedersen's percentage? I feel like we won every game he played for us there for a while.

Cam Pedersen for Melbourne

Games                                     W.                    L                                      %

64 22 42   34.38
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Players like Trevor Castles, Ross Fisher and Robin Andrew are in the pantheon that have cast in concrete 100% winning records for MFC. They are truly the unimpeachable undefeated. 

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Updated:

No. Player Games Wins Losses Draw Win %
23. James Jordon 6 6 0   100.00
6. Luke Jackson 12 10 2   83.33
24. Trent Rivers 15 11 4   73.33
20. Adam Tomlinson 19 13 6   68.42
32. Tom Sparrow 12 8 4   66.67
38. Mitch Brown 6 4 2   66.67
15. Ed Langdon 23 15 8   65.22
9. Charlie Spargo 40 26 14   65.00
36. Kysaiah Pickett 20 13 7   65.00
18. Jake Melksham 75 42 33   56.00
8. Jake Lever 42 23 19   54.76
1. Steven May 30 16 14   53.33
13. Clayton Oliver 105 55 50   52.38
30. Alex Neal-Bullen 86 45 41   52.33
26. Sam Weideman 44 23 21   52.27
31. Bayley Fritsch 66 34 32   51.52
22. Aaron Vandenberg 47 24 23   51.06
37. Kade Chandler 2 1 1   50.00
5. Christian Petracca 108 54 54   50.00
14. Michael Hibberd 74 37 37   50.00
10. Angus Brayshaw 100 48 52   48.00
29. Jayden Hunt 80 38 42   47.50
4. James Harmes 105 49 56   46.67
3. Christian Salem 112 52 60   46.43
44. Joel Smith 18 8 10   44.44
11. Max Gawn 140 59 81   42.14
25. Tom McDonald 176 69 107   39.20
39. Neville Jetta 156 61 95 2 39.10
7. Jack Viney 140 53 87   37.86
41. Jay Lockhart 22 8 14   36.36
34. Marty Hore 14 5 9   35.71
2. Nathan Jones 300 99 198 3 33.00
33. Oscar Baker 13 4 9   30.77
35. Harrison Petty 12 3 9   25.00
12. Toby Bedford 2 0 2   0.00
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20 minutes ago, FritschyBusiness said:

Updated:
 

No. Player Games Wins Losses Draw Win %
23. James Jordon 6 6 0   100.00
6. Luke Jackson 12 10 2   83.33
24. Trent Rivers 15 11 4   73.33
20. Adam Tomlinson 19 13 6   68.42
32. Tom Sparrow 12 8 4   66.67
38. Mitch Brown 6 4 2   66.67
15. Ed Langdon 23 15 8   65.22
9. Charlie Spargo 40 26 14   65.00
36. Kysaiah Pickett 20 13 7   65.00
18. Jake Melksham 75 42 33   56.00
8. Jake Lever 42 23 19   54.76
1. Steven May 30 16 14   53.33
13. Clayton Oliver 105 55 50   52.38
30. Alex Neal-Bullen 86 45 41   52.33
26. Sam Weideman 44 23 21   52.27
31. Bayley Fritsch 66 34 32   51.52
22. Aaron Vandenberg 47 24 23   51.06
37. Kade Chandler 2 1 1   50.00
5. Christian Petracca 108 54 54   50.00
14. Michael Hibberd 74 37 37   50.00
10. Angus Brayshaw 100 48 52   48.00
29. Jayden Hunt 80 38 42   47.50
4. James Harmes 105 49 56   46.67
3. Christian Salem 112 52 60   46.43
44. Joel Smith 18 8 10   44.44
11. Max Gawn 140 59 81   42.14
25. Tom McDonald 176 69 107   39.20
39. Neville Jetta 156 61 95 2 39.10
7. Jack Viney 140 53 87   37.86
41. Jay Lockhart 22 8 14   36.36
34. Marty Hore 14 5 9   35.71
2. Nathan Jones 300 99 198 3 33.00
33. Oscar Baker 13 4 9   30.77
35. Harrison Petty 12 3 9   25.00
12. Toby Bedford 2 0 2   0.00

Trac made it to 50% ! 

When Viney gets to 50% we'll be really cookin!

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29 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Dean Terlich: 35 games, 5 won, 30 lost

Winning Percentage = 14% 

 

Can't think of a player who very obviously had NOPE stamped on his name in big letters by a coach. 

Third in the B&F in 2013, in and out of the side in 2014 under Roos. Signed on for two years at the end of 2014, played two full seasons in the VFL when just about every other player on the senior list got picked at some point. Almost seemed like a stubborn standoff between coach and player in the end. Pretty funny in hindsight - probably not for Dean though.

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It is interesting that Viney's winning percentage is almost as low as Jones'.

It makes sense after a moment - Viney missed that couple of nearly competitive years under Bailey where we got the 8-9 wins a season, but was on deck from 2013 so got to participate in some of our worst.

Also missed a bunch of wins in 2018 through injury.

This is as good a moment as any to note how much he has been exemplifying the team-first approach this year.  Not having flashy games but playing an accouable role that releases Oliver and Petracca to do more. He's the Tomlinson of our midfield! ?

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