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TRAINING: Monday 15th August 2022


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Coffee truck is down here  again.

Just waiting for the players.

Watching the storm go through their paces, they're switched on!

Light duties include: Lever, Spargo, Viney and BBB.

Yesterday's players aren't on the track, Bedford is training as is Rosman, but not Chandler.

They are mainly in runners, and after some jogging around the hats they played a soccer game.

Moniz-wakefield and Tmac in rehab doing plenty of kicking. 

There is no strapping on Kossie knee.

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1 minute ago, kev martin said:

Coffee truck is down here  again.

Just waiting for the players.

You're an absolute champion Kev, thanks for all your work - already excited to read this.

Would love to know what part of the ground Bowey trains in today if we do any match sim or group training.

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27 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

You're an absolute champion Kev, thanks for all your work - already excited to read this.

Would love to know what part of the ground Bowey trains in today if we do any match sim or group training.

Bowey is not on the track.

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22 hours ago, kev martin said:

Coffee truck is down here  again.

Just waiting for the players.

Watching the storm go through their paces, they're switched on!

Light duties include: Lever, Spargo, Viney and BBB.

Yesterday's players aren't on the track, Bedford is training as is Rosman, but not Chandler.

They are mainly in runners, and after some jogging around the hats they played a soccer game.

Moniz-wakefield and Tmac in rehab doing plenty of kicking. 

There is no strapping on Kossie knee.

Thx again Kev.  What time do they usually hit the track?  Im assuming back  tomorrow morning?

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26 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

Thx again Kev.  What time do they usually hit the track?  Im assuming back  tomorrow morning?

At the moment,

Mon 11.30 am and  a captains run at 9.30 am the day before game, both at Gosch's. 

Then a full training midweek down at Casey.

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Thanks Kev like other posters love your work and the Training Report is also a highlight of my week.!!

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4 hours ago, kev martin said:

At the moment,

Mon 11.30 am and  a captains run at 9.30 am the day before game, both at Gosch's. 

Then a full training midweek down at Casey.

Thanks Kev.  My understanding is they're flying up there Thirsday yes?  That would mean a full training run at Casey tomorrow?

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32 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

Thanks Kev.  My understanding is they're flying up there Thirsday yes?  That would mean a full training run at Casey tomorrow?

That would be my guess as well.

If it was today then those from the VFL side couldn't go hard.

Next week, it could be anyone's guess given the bye, as to which days. Though assume the Monday run will be on.

Could also be a practice game on the following weekend. 

Hoping the club keeps us informed.

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35 minutes ago, Jontee said:

@kev martin how is the coffee truck performing?  Hit the spot?

Looked like it did, but not for me (I don't like something for nothing), nor did I get an invite.

Fridays was for supporters who sponsor the players. They also had a food truck and were served bagels/rolls with filling.

Mondays was for the executives, possibly from the New Balance company, the players and staff.

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10 minutes ago, binman said:

Do you like your kicks for free?

You know what I mean.

Free kicks are good if they are deserved, frustrating if inconsistent.

Worst are the soft ones when given near goal, for both teams. They can ruin the game.

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We trained at Casey yesterday going by photos on the club site. Main session I'm guessing and we usually hear from a Goody presser, but nothing. Will we have our Captain's run at the Gabba tomorrow after we fly out or before at Gosch's?

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13 hours ago, binman said:

Do you like your kicks for free?

When I am in dire straits I prefer money for nothing

(poetic licence invoked)

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26 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

We trained at Casey yesterday going by photos on the club site. Main session I'm guessing and we usually hear from a Goody presser, but nothing. Will we have our Captain's run at the Gabba tomorrow after we fly out or before at Gosch's?

Press conference is usually on a Wednesday. 

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5 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Press conference is usually on a Wednesday. 

Cheers, when we played Freo a few weeks ago Goody's media conference was on the Tuesday.

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13 hours ago, kev martin said:

You know what I mean.

Free kicks are good if they are deserved, frustrating if inconsistent.

Worst are the soft ones when given near goal, for both teams. They can ruin the game.

Sorry Kev, I was making a silly joke - a play on words from that stupid dire straits song combiing your comment you don't like something for nothing  and radomly working in free kicks

As in 'money for nothing and your kicks for free'

Safe to say, quite a stretch.

But I agree with you about free kicks btw. 

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3 minutes ago, binman said:

Sorry Kev, I was making a silly joke - a play on words from that stupid dire straits song combiing your comment you don't like something for nothing  and radomly working in free kicks

As in 'money for nothing and your kicks for free'

Safe to say, quite a stretch.

But I agree with you about free kicks btw. 

Given the context was about the coffee cart, I'm a bit disappointed you didn't include expresso love in your post somewhere.

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