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4 hours ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

 

God help me if we have more faith in Schache v Tommo

Schache is uncompetitive at Casey, please never again 

He kicked four goals this last week!  You may need to eat your hat if he gets a chance. 

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12 hours ago, Satan said:

Like that country ad

They are mostly Collingwood supporters

bad breath and no teeth !

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12 hours ago, Demonland said:

Poor Casey might need to pick some Demonlanders to play for them this week.

Casey have the week off due to the representative state game on Saturday between the SANFL and the VFL which is part of the Gather Round.

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10 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

Can I just say that I'm loving the commitment and spirit that Jake Melksham has shown since his ACL. He could've proudly retired last year, but has the hunger for one last shot. His professionalism in rehab is showing the rest of the list that we must not take winning for granted, this is our time. He's going to be an asset in the back half of the season

I can see him being a future super coach.

knows what’s needed to get a game given serious adversity and the commitment to get to a level good enough to deserve that game. 
 

He should inspire the playing group to go further. Best these crow eaters !

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7 hours ago, 58er said:

He kicked four goals this last week!  You may need to eat your hat if he gets a chance. 

He might get a chance, but l will eat my hat if he kicks four goals at senior level

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17 hours ago, Redleg said:

BBB may be rested for Schache, as no point in destroying what's left of his knee, with a 5 day break.

Crows are not strong in key backs, so Schache could go ok.

Given the training reports of Chin looking upset, it could be Kolt in for his first.

I think Woey will get a full game, as he was sub and is fresh from Saturday.

The thing BBB does that Schacke doesn’t is present to the half back line to get a mark that helps us exit defence 

I think Schacke has been tried and tried with us and other clubs and is just too lacking in impact 

it’s what you bring when the ball isn’t delivered lace out - Jvr bbb make it a contest

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37 minutes ago, dino rover said:

The thing BBB does that Schacke doesn’t is present to the half back line to get a mark that helps us exit defence 

I think Schacke has been tried and tried with us and other clubs and is just too lacking in impact 

it’s what you bring when the ball isn’t delivered lace out - Jvr bbb make it a contest

One thing that BBB does which always goes unnoticed is his deft taps in marking contests. Watch Fritch’s first goal from Saturday - came from BBB deliberately tapping the ball to the back of the contest for Fritsch to run onto. Does it week after week, and of course doesn’t show up on the stat sheet, but is invaluable to the way we play. 

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If BBB can remain fit over the season and show what he shown the first few weeks- he is a huge asset to our flag push. Gives us great flexibility and frees up Petty to play either forward or back 

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11 hours ago, Demonland said:

Someone in the Facebook comments on the training report mentioned that Marty Hore was not training either getting an injury assessed. 

Matty took a knee to the ribs during the game and came straight off but came back on later. Prob very sore.😢

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11 hours ago, Demonland said:

Someone in the Facebook comments on the training report mentioned that Marty Hore was not training either getting an injury assessed. 

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11 hours ago, Demonland said:

Someone in the Facebook comments on the training report mentioned that Marty Hore was not training either getting an injury assessed. 

 

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3 hours ago, Gawn's Beard said:

One thing that BBB does which always goes unnoticed is his deft taps in marking contests. Watch Fritch’s first goal from Saturday - came from BBB deliberately tapping the ball to the back of the contest for Fritsch to run onto. Does it week after week, and of course doesn’t show up on the stat sheet, but is invaluable to the way we play. 

BBB is a smart footballer with pure footballer's brain no one can deny that, we have to be smart in our management of him, he is an important cog in our system.

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