By and large. Still too much focus on the outcome than the action.
Example 1 - Burgoyne applies horribly illegal tackle on Danger - he gets up and plays on, attracts a fine only.
Message should be sent with 1 game suspension. Equally poor tackle on Hamill gets 4 which was right, but only...
I think most of that is pretty fair. What gets in my grill is the holier than though halo which seems to surround Hamish and to a lesser extent Reid.
I’ve never thought Hamish has done a particularly bad job, I’ve certainly never thought he should be replaced. I don’t think he’s the genius...
Yeah see I don’t buy it. I think it’s a combo of everyone.
Tom Doedee has developed beautifully. So that goes down as a shrewd pick by Hamish.
Jones struggling, that’s all the coaches fault.
Good deal for Lever - how good is Reid. Gibbs deal a disaster - oh that was someone else.
I was scathing of the NSW govt on the Ruby issue.
I think you’re mistaken - it’s those on the left that have zero capacity to be objective and will always drag the debate down to petty partisan politics.
Billy’s just not a very good footballer.
His “aggressive” reputation is based on dishing out a few cheap shots in the SANFL last year, and smacking one of his team mates in the mouth during training this year.
If it was 1972 I think Billy would be quite useful to square up with Carl Dietrich...
It’s a meaningless comparison when Luko has played just 12 games and will only play 17. He also plays the equivalent of 3 quarters not 4.
We all know Luko won’t ever get the kudos he’ll deserve:
1. He doesn’t play for a Melb team
2. He’s not a Victorian to be cheered home to Melb
I actually don’t think the 2 are particularly comparable.
Luko does much more to set them up in an attacking sense, and also he’s not even completed his 2nd year. Even so I don’t recall Lever playing games in his 2nd year like Luko did last night.
Not in the same postcode really.