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Open Training

There may be a short opportunity for autographs and photographs at the end of each session. However, we ask that our fans respect the players' post-training schedule and recovery requirements.

Tuesday, April 23
9:45am- Approx. 10:30
Gosch's Paddock

Players will have a break period following the club's Round 7 clash with Richmond.

Monday, April 29
11:45am - 1:00pm
Gosch's Paddock

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/teams/training-times

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13 hours ago, kev martin said:

Open Training

There may be a short opportunity for autographs and photographs at the end of each session. However, we ask that our fans respect the players' post-training schedule and recovery requirements.

Tuesday, April 23
9:45am- Approx. 10:30
Gosch's Paddock

Players will have a break period following the club's Round 7 clash with Richmond.

Monday, April 29
11:45am - 1:00pm
Gosch's Paddock

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/teams/training-times

Kev, I’m guessing they’re not having a break after Wednesday’s match, rather they don’t wanna advertise training because they want certain sessions to be ‘closed’ sessions, as in, no fans attending. 🤷‍♀️ 

Anyways, Seeya there! 👍🏽

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Sunny, though a touch windy, this morning, 23 of them no emergencies. 

Forwards out first. Petty, JVR, Billings, Chandler, Kossie, Fritsch, and coach Stafford. 

The backs join them, May, Lever, Woey, McVee, Howes, TMac, Rivers, Turner, and coach Chaplin.

A trainer and Choco are on the fence talking.

The mids are now making their way over. Oliver,Tracc, Laurie,  Langdon, Sparrow, Max, Viney, ANB, Windsor.

Choco talking to the crew after the first drill. "They were excellent because of the way we set it up". Kicks between the mannequins, then one over the mannequins. He also said to Wheelan, "Kossie has shown me at least 10 pics of it, he is so happy".

Goody is standing in the centre, watching the goings on, as they drill. The noise volume is great. 

Chaplin has been taking most of the talking and directional instructing. 

Goody pulls them into a centre circle and chats away. Ends with one structured sim and a week to backline set up after a point.

The call, OK Boys, then a whistle, and back to the sheds.

 

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11 minutes ago, kev martin said:

Sunny, though a touch windy, this morning. 

Forwards out first. Petty, JVR, Billings, Chandler, Kossie, Fritsch, and coach Stafford. 

The backs join them, May, Lever, Woey, McVee, Howes, TMac, Rivers, Turner, and coach Chaplin.

A trainer and Choco are on the fence talking.

The mids are now making their way over. Oliver,Tracc, Laurie,  Langdon, Sparrow, Max, Viney, ANB, Windsor.

 

Daniel Turner training is interesting. 

Good to see Kozzie training.

No Tholstrup?

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1 minute ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

No BBB no Kolt no McAdam

I believe BBB has scheduled training sessions off to manage his ongoing knee issues so potentially there is nothing unusual there. 

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5 minutes ago, Dannyz said:

Looks likely to be Pickett & Laurie in for Salem & Kolt

Laurie to be brought in as the extra mid rotation it seems.

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23 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Forward or back? @kev martin

I think Turner is forward. 

When the backline gathered he wasn't with them.

Choco is putting plenty of time into him as he kicks for goal at the end of the session.

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Those playing with Casey are now on the Paddock, 16 of them.

Bowey in the white cap.

BBB is with them, so is McAdam, Fullarton and Tholstrup. 

BBB and McAdam of to the side doing their own kick to kick with a trainer.

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He might be one game short of a gallop but I would love to see Turner come in for BBB tomorrow night and play forward. He's aggressive,  quick off the mark, can kick for goal, compete and, best of all, versatile. Just needs a reasonable run with injury.

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11 minutes ago, kev martin said:

I think Turner is forward. 

Choco is putting plenty of time with him as he kicks for goal at the end of the session.

Great to hear.  Looks like his performance in the second half with Casey up forward did not go unnoticed

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Laurie in for Clarry?  Strapping and/or glove still on?  Looks fine or is he restricted in any way?

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6 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

Laurie in for Clarry?  Strapping and/or glove still on?  Looks fine or is he restricted in any way?

Clarry looks fine, going about it with plenty of concentration and professionalism. 

Some strapping, I didn't notice any hinderances. 

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25 minutes ago, kev martin said:

Those playing with Casey are now on the Paddock, 14 of them.

Bowey in the white cap.

BBB is with them, so is McAdam, Fullarton and Tholstrup. 

BBB and McAdam of to the side doing their own kick to kick with a trainer.

Did Hore train with the main squad or Casey squad? 

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