Player Watch #20: Nick 'Souva' Larkey - 2018 Frosty Miller Medalist with 41 goals

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Brown plays much better with another KPF alongside him, so is Larkey ready to play 15+ games next year as a replacement for Waite, or is he still a year or 2 off?
Would want to improve his one on one strength if he was to hold down CHF for 15 games. I think he’ll start to make in roads half way through next year
 

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As do I, but can't see a way Brown and Larkey play in the same team - happy to be proven wrong
Don't think he would be playing more games at any other club except Gold Coast so don't see why he would want to leave. The main thing stopping him playing ones (I would assume) is size, which will come in time. Hope we give him a two year deal, a lot to like about Larkey.
 

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Pfffft, as if!
Don't think he would be playing more games at any other club except Gold Coast so don't see why he would want to leave. The main thing stopping him playing ones (I would assume) is size, which will come in time. Hope we give him a two year deal, a lot to like about Larkey.
All he needs to do is maintain his improvement curve.

I'm still not expecting much AFL wise in 2019.

The impatient will have to wait it out.
 

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Looks like he started drawing popeye with a batman mask on with a hint of the terminator. Then thought it'd be better as a kangaroo. The left side of the Kangaroo's face signifies that he's had a stroke recently. The Kangaroo is clearly left-handed because his shoulder and bicep is double the size of his right side (definitely hasn't been using Kangatech). I'm not sure if the vein in his left bicep is a vein or an alien-like tentacle has gripped onto it like in 'invasion of the bodysnatchers'. It looks like the Kangaroo is tensing his right pec but not the right (similar to Chong Li in 'Bloodsport').
The Kangaroo's abdominal muscles are floating up to his pecs.

Based on this I'm not sure I'd want Nick to paint on my kid's cheek come family day.
 

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Looks like he started drawing popeye with a batman mask on with a hint of the terminator. Then thought it'd be better as a kangaroo. The left side of the Kangaroo's face signifies that he's had a stroke recently. The Kangaroo is clearly left-handed because his shoulder and bicep is double the size of his right side (definitely hasn't been using Kangatech). I'm not sure if the vein in his left bicep is a vein or an alien-like tentacle has gripped onto it like in 'invasion of the bodysnatchers'. It looks like the Kangaroo is tensing his right pec but not the right (similar to Chong Li in 'Bloodsport').
The Kangaroo's abdominal muscles are floating up to his pecs.

Based on this I'm not sure I'd want Nick to paint on my kid's cheek come family day.
I thought your credentials were in science, not art? Therefore, by your own logic, your comments are not credible in this instance, right? ;) :p
 
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