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  1. Broke into the Demon line up late in the season after a number of impressive performances as a key position player capable of holding down a position in defence or in attack. Games MFC 2011 2 MFC Total 2 Goals MFC 2011 0 MFC Total 0 Games CSFC 2011 17 Goals CSFC 2011 2
  2. here's the full restricted and unrestricted list: https://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/afl-free-agents-2018-full-list-of-restricted-and-unrestricted-free-agents-revealed/news-story/a8b301c82a07505f2e59fb420687de26 with the exception of sloane, gaff and lynch, i think it's unlikely you'd prise the restricted free agents away from their clubs, so instead in terms of bringing free agents in you look to the unrestricted list, and the ones i'd be keen on would be, in order: luke dahlhaus tom liberatore nick smith obviously key to retain t mac and jetta
  3. It seems to me as supporters we are very quick to dismiss players with poor skills. Sure, turnovers kill us and Nicholson, McDonald and Grimes are some of the worst turnover kings. The question is: can kicking be improved in AFL players? By the time a player is drafted, if he isn't a good kick, can he ever become one? (For the purpose of this thread, a good kick is someone who reliably hits a target.) If you believe kicking can be improved, can you please provide some examples. I can't think of anyone who's been converted from a poor kick into a reliable one.
  4. If ever you wanted an example in our club of a footballer viewed as a striking example of the qualities required to be professional, look no further than Tom McDonald. Have a read of this and tell me you didn't bristle with a tad of subdued excitement..: http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/newsarticle/tabid/7415/newsid/151030/default.aspx
  5. Games MFC 2012 20 MFC Total 22 Goals MFC 2012 0 MFC Total 0 Games CSFC 2012 2 Goals CSFC 2012 4 MFC 161 kicks 171 handballs (4th) 332 disposals 94 marks 40 tackles 68 rebounds from fifty (2nd) Keith "Bluey" Truscott Memorial Trophy 314 votes (3rd)
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