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The club clearly has big plans/hopes pinned on this kid.

His development over summer and, hopefully, his debut next year will be fascinating to observe. I hope he's as good as many on this forum have claimed.

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[censored] yeah! That’s a great result. With the recent loss of Jackson returning to his home state of WA, I was worried JVR may follow suit in the coming years. Good to lock him in for a few more years and give him a chance to settle into normal life in Vic and lock down a KPF role. 

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This is awesome news, but Jackson also did the same in his second year.  So let's hope we get another contract extension in a couple of years

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1 minute ago, Travy14 said:

This is awesome news, but Jackson also did the same in his second year.  So let's hope we get another contract extension in a couple of years

Jackson only ever signed a 1 year extension he was always gone 

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Just saying whilst an extension is good.  It's not over yet.  But we now have 3 years to watch him grow in the Red and Blue

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1 minute ago, whatwhat say what said:

they could still offer him a godfather deal tho...

Yeah right. 
 

Are you tipping him to kick 60 next year?

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20 minutes ago, Travy14 said:

This is awesome news, but Jackson also did the same in his second year.  So let's hope we get another contract extension in a couple of years

Jackson spent his first few years in covid hubs and lockdowns. Like most of us here in Victoria, he wouldn't have enjoyed his time here and it would have made it hard to settle and build a connection to the place. With the offer of big cash to return to his home state of WA after that experience, I'm shocked he stayed with us as long as he did!

JVR hopefully has a better experience living in a more normal version of Victoria. We have more chance of him staying longer term as he can properly settle and build a life here. We need him to become a key player in our forward line the next few years. Hoping we see lots of him in 2023!

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1 hour ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

The club clearly has big plans/hopes pinned on this kid.

His development over summer and, hopefully, his debut next year will be fascinating to observe. I hope he's as good as many on this forum have claimed.

Not claimed, observed, he  has all the attributes, including a nice dose of aggression, pleasing thing is he hasn't been rushed

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Thanks JVR and MFC, he has the attributes for a KPF let’s hope that he slots into our forward line and stays there, I have a good feeling about Jacob.!!!

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