I think he could be a weapon at CHBPlaying a kid at the opposite end of the ground in order to improve their feeling for the game isn't anything new. You can afford to make glaring mistakes as a forward without being immediately punished on the scoreboard (and subsequently scrutinised). Nash has been well shielded from media criticism as a result.
Is it so crazy to think the coaches envisage a back six role for him? It feels inevitable tbh
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