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4 hours ago, BDA said:

Good player. Great hands. iffy set shot. He was dropped at the start of the year. Not sure whether due to form or attitude. not good either way. then got a bad injury. 

I don't think he's quite what we want. I'm thinking another key to play alongside JVR. He plays more as the third which is Fritschs role now.

We simply need another youngster on top of JVR Jefferson and Fritta and for Petty to play a key position or forward pocket role. Georgiadies being a left footer strong mark good lead (and not an iffy kick IMO,  please give points scored with his 60 odd goals ). and contributes in a different way to Fritta and JVR. Also I believe MJ could early in his career take a flank with his skill plus mobility and cleverness. Kossie ANB Chin and Spargs/ Laurie  would all be in the forward mix. 
Of course it's about team play but all players have enough skill to Play a role next season early or late. 

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18 minutes ago, 58er said:

We simply need another youngster on top of JVR Jefferson and Fritta and for Petty to play a key position or forward pocket role. Georgiadies being a left footer strong mark good lead (and not an iffy kick IMO,  please give points scored with his 60 odd goals ). and contributes in a different way to Fritta and JVR. Also I believe MJ could early in his career take a flank with his skill plus mobility and cleverness. Kossie ANB Chin and Spargs/ Laurie  would all be in the forward mix. 
Of course it's about team play but all players have enough skill to Play a role next season early or late. 

32 of his 65 goals came in 2021

2022..23G 24 B

2023... 2G 5B

Career total 65B 52B

https://afltables.com/afl/stats/players/M/Mitch_Georgiades.html

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12 hours ago, 58er said:

We simply need another youngster on top of JVR Jefferson and Fritta and for Petty to play a key position or forward pocket role. Georgiadies being a left footer strong mark good lead (and not an iffy kick IMO,  please give points scored with his 60 odd goals ). and contributes in a different way to Fritta and JVR. Also I believe MJ could early in his career take a flank with his skill plus mobility and cleverness. Kossie ANB Chin and Spargs/ Laurie  would all be in the forward mix. 
Of course it's about team play but all players have enough skill to Play a role next season early or late. 

Thought he was a right footer ?

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On 8/23/2023 at 6:37 PM, BoBo said:

I have maybe seen Georgiadis in 2 games so have never really noticed him if I'm honest, but if this is anything to go by, he's doing pretty well after 49 games?

After 49 games the following had: 

Gunstan - 86 goals

Hipwood - 73 goals

Jamie Elliot - 66 goals

Georgiadis - 65 goals

Jack Reiwoldt - 62 goals

Charlie Curnow -  60 goals

Fritsch -  41 goals

Only 21 years old, effectively same amount of goals as Jamie Elliot, more goals than Reiwoldt, Curnow and Fritsch at the same time. 

Seems to be more upsides than down?
 

fritsch's first season (or more) iirc he played in the backline or the wing.

anyone remember?

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On 8/23/2023 at 7:53 PM, 58er said:

We simply need another youngster on top of JVR Jefferson and Fritta and for Petty to play a key position or forward pocket role. Georgiadies being a left footer strong mark good lead (and not an iffy kick IMO,  please give points scored with his 60 odd goals ). and contributes in a different way to Fritta and JVR. Also I believe MJ could early in his career take a flank with his skill plus mobility and cleverness. Kossie ANB Chin and Spargs/ Laurie  would all be in the forward mix. 
Of course it's about team play but all players have enough skill to Play a role next season early or late. 

His left foot is developing nicely.

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