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5 minutes ago, faultydet said:

Sounds like a backup for Lever.

Love your work dazzle. Always appreciated.

He'll certainly make a strong contribution for Casey. Will take him a few weeks to adjust to the tempo but he's a proven hard worker and quick learner as well.

Really stoked for him.

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47 minutes ago, Jontee said:

Who?  can someone post some details as I don't have a tweetery account....like height, weight and how tall..

 

40 minutes ago, Forest Demon said:

192cm, 79kg and ummm, 192cm

Yeah, but how tall is his height??

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Turner family, welcome to the Dees.

No doubt you will eventually read Demonland. Please excuse us for being a mouthy and critical lot. We mean well even if it doesn't seem that way.

I can only imagine your pride at having a son drafted to an AFL club. Soak it up, enjoy the moment and encourage your boy to embrace the "team first" ethic that has put us on top of the ladder.

 

Go Dees.

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30 minutes ago, faultydet said:

Sounds like a backup for Lever.

Love your work dazzle. Always appreciated.

And/or someone to develop into and replace Hibbard when he finally hangs up the boots.  Not wishing retirement on Hibbo anytime soon, but it's got to be a possibility sometime in the next 1 - 3 years.

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1 hour ago, ucanchoose said:

Was killing it for Albury

If you ever want to get 'killed' in Albury there is a pizza shop in Dean St, if you go at 1.00am you are assured of a punch in the face and you get your name in the local paper.  Apparently they are queued up out the front....

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Just now, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

And/or someone to develop into and replace Hibbard when he finally hangs up the boots.  Not wishing retirement on Hibbo anytime soon, but it's got to be a possibility sometime in the next 1 - 3 years.

Looking at the very small video sample, he does not look anywhere near Hibbos maneuverability. He looks very much a large body defender.

Still think if we are looking to a replacement for Hibbo, we should throw next years first round at Colonwood for Maynard. He can take the medium and bigs. Did not see the agility in the Turner video to do that. He is a big unit.

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59 minutes ago, BW511 said:

Key defender at 192cm & 79kg’s is a stretch.

Maybe he becomes a third tall in the Tomlinson mould, albeit 2cm shorter

Or half back flanker, Tomlinson and Petty aren’t going anywhere soon.!!

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1 hour ago, Skuit said:

Scroll back to the start of this thread and read the first post which details both Turner's height and how tall he is. 

I see three lines and none of the links worked for me.  So in those three lines can you point out where it states his age, height, weight and how old he is?

Would you believe, in a first,  I got more info off the MFC site, than here.  And what is curious the links worked....

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46 minutes ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

And/or someone to develop into and replace Hibbard when he finally hangs up the boots.  Not wishing retirement on Hibbo anytime soon, but it's got to be a possibility sometime in the next 1 - 3 years.

Hes absolutely nothing like Hibberd. 

Hes more Jeremy McGovern/Tom Barrass.

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16 minutes ago, Win4theAges said:

I was thinking the same thing with Daniel dead ringer to Mcgoverns build.

I'm sure he will slim down when he gets in to the system, he seems to be able to read the play and gets where the ball is.

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3 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

He'll certainly make a strong contribution for Casey. Will take him a few weeks to adjust to the tempo but he's a proven hard worker and quick learner as well.

Really stoked for him.

He'll need to be to come into a new zonal defence and learn how we want to play. I've thought this is the toughest thing about bringing in someone mid season. How do they adjust to the system the team is playing? Will be fascinating to see how he goes at Casey.

Thanks as always for the insights mate.

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3 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Gee, he even moves a bit like Lever from that footage.

2 hours ago, faultydet said:

Looking at the very small video sample, he does not look anywhere near Hibbos maneuverability. He looks very much a large body defender.

Still think if we are looking to a replacement for Hibbo, we should throw next years first round at Colonwood for Maynard. He can take the medium and bigs. Did not see the agility in the Turner video to do that. He is a big unit.

No way Maynard is worth a first. A second should get it done if there's genuine interest.

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