I'm sick of seeing up to 4 capable talls within a 5M circle & the ball bombed to their heads.
Clearly we have one tall forward with a proven track record of kicking 60 plus goals in season.
Why not use him to advantage?
1/ 200cm tall
2/ Fast over the first 20M
3/ Marks at the highest point &
4/ if not, it attracts a chop arms free
5/ Now he's as fit as a scrub bull
So I know I'll be hailed down for a different opinion, but here goes...
BBB to line up deep in the goal square. And when our reputed classy midfielders get the ball long into F50, he provides the lead.
The most important part (left out until now) is that one of Kossi/Chandler/Bedford is instructed to run in from HF or the pocket to pick up the F&C or JtheG over the top.
This also takes advantage of Kossies speed and accuracy at the snap. Chandler's not bad at this and Bedford has the speed.
I know this is 1970's footy that had a different set of strategies (hit or hit harder).
I know it won't work all the time, but at least try this a couple of times a quarter - or maybe once.
I'll leave now...