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Dropped again for the 3rd or 4th time this year.

As I said last year, I would target him.

Half back or even solving our other wing issue.

With Jetta probably gone and Hibberd near the end, he could be very useful for us.

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

Dropped again for the 3rd or 4th time this year.

As I said last year, I would target him.

For depth?

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7 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Dropped again for the 3rd or 4th time this year.

As I said last year, I would target him.

Half back or even solving our other wing issue.

With Jetta probably gone and Hibberd near the end, he could be very useful for us.

Agreed. I think he can play a bit. Might be alright on the wing.

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12 minutes ago, adonski said:

Cat's have been playing him up forward, must not trust him defensively which is interesting

Like we played Hunt forward and plenty on here wanted him gone. He is not that dissimilar to Hunt in his playing style.

I remember when I pushed for Shai Bolton a few years ago, when he had only played a couple of games in the seniors and was playing most of the year in the VFL and the DL knock on him was we don’t need a Tiger’s seconds player. Just saying.

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25 minutes ago, JTR said:

Don't know a thing about Clark, other than I have him in my Ultimate Footy side and does nothing. 

What's the knock on him?

@Mach5 might have some insight here. The rumours going around seem to relate to his off-fiield standards/professionalism needing improvement. No idea how accurate that is.

Looked a serious talent in his debut year.

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40 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Like we played Hunt forward and plenty on here wanted him gone. He is not that dissimilar to Hunt in his playing style.

I remember when I pushed for Shai Bolton a few years ago, when he had only played a couple of games in the seniors and was playing most of the year in the VFL and the DL knock on him was we don’t need a Tiger’s seconds player. Just saying.

well picked up on bolton. mr leg.     a very smart and skilled footballer

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1 hour ago, demonstone said:

He can run fast, but I don't rate him as a footballer.   

Know the young man well. 
Great fella and could be a handy pick up if we can get. Certainly worth throwing a second round pick at. 
 

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3 minutes ago, Dirts said:

Know the young man well. 
Great fella and could be a handy pick up if we can get. Certainly worth throwing a second round pick at. 
 

Confidence and attitude play hand in hand. Think Choco and yze would get him humming !

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13 minutes ago, Gorgoroth said:

Lots of people I work with who are Geelong can’t believe he gets dropped and Zac Guthrie gets a game.

 

It’s a dangerous thing to assume supporters of any club know what they’re talking about though. You only have to look at some of the garbage that gets posted on here.

For example, you might actually work with the Geelong equivalent of Dr.D.

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2 minutes ago, Nasher said:

It’s a dangerous thing to assume supporters of any club know what they’re talking about though. You only have to look at some of the garbage that gets posted on here.

For example, you might actually work with the Geelong equivalent of Dr.D.

What I’ve seen of the kid he shows something, I don’t watch them enough have a strong opinion either way. 
But not many down this way like Chris Scott too much.

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32 minutes ago, Ben Reyment said:

Telling anyone who would listen (few beers deep at a geelong nightspot) a few weeks ago hes already speaking to freo for 2022 

perth lad, isn't he?

meanwhile, cerra wants to return to victoria?

do cats have a first rounder this year (or next?) that they could bundle with clark to get cerra?

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