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  1. Those complaining about our injured talls should be happy with this quote from the website. Well see a number of players returning and playing their first game for the year, including a number of talls: Max Gawn, Mark Jamar, Chris Dawes, Jack Fitzpatrick and Jesse Hogan. Wed anticipate that the majority of players in this game would be preparing for our second NAB Challenge game in Alice Springs and the following practice match against Hawthorn at Casey. Sounds like we'll have close to a full list to pick from by the second practice match, fingers crossed nobody gets injured during the NAB cha
  2. With the opening of the NAB Challenge competition imminent, I suppose many are all trained out ... anyone going?
  3. That's right - the next open training session and the only one for next week will be held on Friday 7th February, 2014 at Goschs Paddock at 9.30am. That's a sure sign that Paul Roos and his crew mean business with the start of the season closing in fast. In many ways, we Demon fans have been spoiled with three open training sessions a week at two different venues but that is definitely not the norm at many other clubs. Over at the Gold Coast Suns they're still advertising their 18 January open beach training session on the Palm Beach foreshore. When I turned up last week to watch them train I
  4. Time has flown and here we are - a few days away from the footy and two sessions this week in the lead up to Friday's NAB Challenge. Training is on at the usual time at the Paddock tomorrow (Monday) and again on Wednesday. We should get some sort of idea as to who will comprise the 24 (?) who get to run out onto Etihad at the start of our new era. Bring it on.
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