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COACHES VOTES: Round 21, 2022



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10 Max Gawn (MELB)

8 Jordan De Goey (COLL)

5 Jamie Elliott (COLL)

3 Christian Petracca (MELB)

2 Christian Salem (MELB)

1 Nick Daicos (COLL)

1 Brayden Maynard (COLL)

Thats bizarre that Oliver couldn’t poll a single vote.

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No surprise at all given that Oliver was supposed to be on De Goey for much of the night.  Gawn was outstanding and I'm pleased both coaches acknowledged it if some here couldn't.

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3 minutes ago, Swooper1987 said:

No surprise at all given that Oliver was supposed to be on De Goey for much of the night.  Gawn was outstanding and I'm pleased both coaches acknowledged it if some here couldn't.

I had Gawn and Petracca ahead of him but thought he might get some. I didn’t realise he was supposed to be on De Goey so that explains a fair bit.

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How many of Oliver's possessions benefited the team? He is without doubt a wonderful player, but most of his disposals on Friday were pretty ordinary. In particular, his reluctance to kick started a number of pointless chains of handpasses that ultimately resulted in us losing possession. 

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I’ll also add that I’m annoyed Elliott got votes. 2 of his goals came from incorrect HTB decisions. It was only the Hibberd one which was clear. Jordan and Viney had basically no prior.

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5 minutes ago, poita said:

How many of Oliver's possessions benefited the team? He is without doubt a wonderful player, but most of his disposals on Friday were pretty ordinary. In particular, his reluctance to kick started a number of pointless chains of handpasses that ultimately resulted in us losing possession. 

Totally agree Was a flip back to the old Clarry wasting the ball and mucking around almost lairrising in fact! 

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I had Max, Tracc & Clayton ahead of DeGoey but he did look pretty flash when he cleared a number of centre clearance’s and ran out unopposed, mind you his kicking was poor on occasions.!!!! Clayton put his body on the line and had no problem winning the ball but didn’t get a lot of run away from stoppages and the ball get turned over in meaningless handball chains.😢😪.

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15 minutes ago, Billy said:

Give us a spell, 42 & 24 contested doesn’t deserve any votes & DeGoey got 8!!!!

Geez you posters jump off quickly 

Seriously

Thought Oliver was one of the very few who maintained the same effort all night.

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46 minutes ago, Swooper1987 said:

No surprise at all given that Oliver was supposed to be on De Goey for much of the night.  Gawn was outstanding and I'm pleased both coaches acknowledged it if some here couldn't.

So if we had won by 2 goals Oliver would have got 8 votes and De Goey would have got zero because he was supposed to be on Oliver? 

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41 minutes ago, 58er said:

Totally agree Was a flip back to the old Clarry wasting the ball and mucking around almost lairrising in fact! 

I didnt see it that way at all, Greg Baum of the AGE a thoroughly astute footy scribe gave Clarry 8 Votes BOG. 42 POSESSIONS Cmon give ne a break. ELLIOT SALEM, LUCKY. IMO Clarry is still a better player than Tracc

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That Johnson kid was stiff, those 4 goals all had high degrees of difficulty and kept them in it.

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23 minutes ago, loges said:

Thought Oliver was one of the very few who maintained the same effort all night.

Absolutely he did, and you can never question his effort or will to win.

But we felt on the night he wasn't hurting the oppositon. Lots of big kicks  without specfic targetting, as opposed to many Pies inbound kicks to targets.

Elliot beat us last time, and did it again on Friday. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Demon17 said:

Absolutely he did, and you can never question his effort or will to win.

But we felt on the night he wasn't hurting the oppositon. Lots of big kicks  without specfic targetting, as opposed to many Pies inbound kicks to targets.

Elliot beat us last time, and did it again on Friday. 

 

He's a great player kicked 3 or 4 on Jetta in that dismal loss in 2017

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1 hour ago, At the break of Gawn said:

I’ll also add that I’m annoyed Elliott got votes. 2 of his goals came from incorrect HTB decisions. It was only the Hibberd one which was clear. Jordan and Viney had basically no prior.

How hot were they on the 'instant tackle no prior' HTB!

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1 hour ago, 58er said:

Totally agree Was a flip back to the old Clarry wasting the ball and mucking around almost lairrising in fact! 

That’s a really poor post, the guy worked his backside off & was probably the only player that had a great second half, l saw no larrising  at all

As for Gawn getting 10 votes, missed 3 easy goals and as much as he was good he cost us the 4 points 

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Sorry, anyone that gets 14 clearances surely deserves at least 1 coaches vote, but clearly neither coach rated his game.

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20 hours ago, loges said:

He's a great player kicked 3 or 4 on Jetta in that dismal loss in 2017

And 4 on QB this year.  Its why I think Ed is on the money - we just need a stopper on a few  - we surely know the issue by now with the Pies.

A great news Grundy is out for the year. It means we have Mason Cox in for the finals, a boon to any Pies Oppo.

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