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Kynan (Pup) Brown Debut announced by Alex Neal-Bullen on MFC website.



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Congratulations Kynan looking forward to seeing you out on the G Saturday night.

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Fascinating the threads that get preferred ongoing attention to ones like these.

Thanks, @DeeZone, and go Pup!

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I need to acknowledge attention (mixed!) on pregame thread
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14 minutes ago, Timothy Reddan-A'Blew said:

Fascinating the threads that get preferred ongoing attention to ones like these.

Thanks, @DeeZone, and go Pup!

I hear Malthouse and Cornes don't rate Brown

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With this weeks 'ins', joining Chin and Kossie, and when that Casey beanpole clicks, all we'll then need is the other young White to join us and 'K' will become the new 'J' at the Dees!

 

(...though oh for the sensible days of Ken, Kevin, Keith, even Kit)

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13 minutes ago, DubDee said:

I hear Malthouse and Cornes don't rate Brown

(trying to get some posts going)  

Tom Morris reporting the Brown family were unhappy ANB made the debut announcement, when they were promised Kozzie.

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7 minutes ago, The heart beats true said:

Tom Morris reporting the Brown family were unhappy ANB made the debut announcement, when they were promised Kozzie.

Apparently Tom morris got this story from a Collingwood source. 

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Musing on this good news based entirely on a couple of pre-draft clips and reports from Casey-watchers - am I on the correct planet when I feel like Kynan might gradually fill a very similar role (positionally and 'attitudinally' to Nibbler?

Can never have too many honest workers who produce the occasional outstanding game in amongst a consistent team-oriented body of work.

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1 hour ago, Little Goffy said:

Musing on this good news based entirely on a couple of pre-draft clips and reports from Casey-watchers - am I on the correct planet when I feel like Kynan might gradually fill a very similar role (positionally and 'attitudinally' to Nibbler?

Can never have too many honest workers who produce the occasional outstanding game in amongst a consistent team-oriented body of work.

Great observation Little Goffy.😁

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Best of luck to him. I was impressed with him in his draft year. He's got a great work ethic and loves to crack in and try to use his speed too. His attitude could carry him far as a player, but he's still got some size to put on to compete at AFL level. His ceiling and aim would be an ANB pressure and link type player at the level. 

Keen to see how he goes against North. Won't die wondering!

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Always great to see a debut. However, I am surprised. I would have thought others from Casey were ahead of him for a debut (AMW for example) but I think it is his two way running, attitude and adaptability that might have given him the nod. 

His dad was one of my favourite players: dogged and consistent, but also had a great side-step and feint to throw opposition players away from him. It would be great to see this passed down the genetic line. 

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https://www.melbournefc.com.au/video/1581913/father-son-debutant-calls-dad-kynan-brown?videoId=1581913&modal=true&type=video&publishFrom=1718877408001n

'Go and be a great little teammate'

Love* it.

 

* Speaking of; fathers and sons expressing love for/to eachother. The world is sometimes getting better.

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And this - another player reflecting positively on Greg Stafford: 'Staff's been huge'. I guess it could mean they like what he gives, rather than it necessarily being effective in games, but...

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/video/1581845/demon-debut-hear-from-kynan-brown?videoId=1581845&modal=true&type=video&publishFrom=1718866510001

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15 hours ago, Maldonboy38 said:

Always great to see a debut. However, I am surprised. I would have thought others from Casey were ahead of him for a debut (AMW for example) but I think it is his two way running, attitude and adaptability that might have given him the nod. 

His dad was one of my favourite players: dogged and consistent, but also had a great side-step and feint to throw opposition players away from him. It would be great to see this passed down the genetic line. 

Amw is only good at getting cheap positions of half back, can't get a kick anywhere else

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Perhaps playing a different role SthSea22, we shall soon find out.

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