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Player (Club)
10 Christian Petracca (MELB)
7 Jacob Weitering (CARL)
6 Sam Walsh (CARL)
5 Patrick Cripps (CARL)
1 Alex Neal-Bullen (MELB)
1 Ed Langdon (MELB)


Votes Player Club
63 Isaac Heeney SYD
47 Zach Merrett ESS
46 Caleb Serong FRE
40 Nick Daicos COLL
39 Zak Butters PORT
36 Marcus Bontempelli WB
36 Max Gawn MELB
35 Christian Petracca MELB
34 Tom Green GWS
33 Errol Gulden SYD
32 Jeremy Cameron GEEL
32 Patrick Cripps CARL
29 Jordan Dawson ADEL
29 Sam Walsh CARL
28 Matt Rowell GCFC
28 Chad Warner SYD
27 Noah Anderson GCFC
27 Harry McKay CARL
27 Gryan Miers GEEL
27 Elliot Yeo WCE
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Did Chris Scott give his 5 to Dangerfield, 4 to Hawkins etc🙄

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Posted (edited)

Fremantle v Sydney

8 Isaac Heeney (SYD)
8 Oliver Florent (SYD)
6 Caleb Serong (FRE)
5 Chad Warner (SYD)
3 James Jordon (SYD)

Richmond v Western Bulldogs

10 Adam Treloar (WB)
7 Marcus Bontempelli (WB)
6 James Harmes (WB)
4 Aaron Naughton (WB)
3 Ed Richards (WB)

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Coaches Votes for Melbourne players, 2024


  Votes Matches
Max Gawn 36 7 9
Christian Petracca 35 4 9
Jake Lever 17 3 9
Steven May 15 4 8
Alex Neal-Bullen 13 3 9
Clayton Oliver 9 1 9
Bayley Fritsch 8 1 9
Kysaiah Pickett 8 2 7
Jack Viney 5 1 9
Judd McVee 5 1 9
Trent Rivers 5 2 9
Daniel Turner 4 1 3
Ed Langdon 3 2 9
Kade Chandler 2 1 9
Harrison Petty 1 1 7
Jack Billings 1 1 9

Round-by-round votes

  Votes 0 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9
Max Gawn 36 7 2 8 4 3 9 3
Christian Petracca 35 5 10 10 10
Jake Lever 17 3 9 5
Steven May 15 7   3 2 3
Alex Neal-Bullen 13 4 8 1
Clayton Oliver 9 9
Bayley Fritsch 8 8
Kysaiah Pickett 8   4   4
Jack Viney 5 5
Judd McVee 5 5
Trent Rivers 5 1 4
Daniel Turner 4             4
Ed Langdon 3 2 1
Kade Chandler 2 2
Harrison Petty 1     1
Jack Billings 1 1
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Not surprisingly our two tall forwards JvR and Petty have polled just one vote. Every chance that’ll be the same come end of season (bar BBB playing a blinder).

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As evidence that we are not going as well as some on here think.

have a look at that list. More than half those players  have only one mention .  We need to have at least 6 out of the 10 coaches votes.  ( as a guesstimate) for the demon players.  And not all from Scotty from Geelong well goody I mean. 

wish  I knew what the problem is and how to fix it. Just my first thoughts  and I can see that some of the time we have had multiple votes.   But we have won some games.  
I hope we win this week I will be severely depressed otherwise

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