- Dec 14, 2015
- AFL Club
Contract Status: Out of contract in 2023
Last Game Played: Currently in the side
Injury Status: n/a
I want to get excited when I see our players being aggressive but these days I'm more worried it ends in 50s or suspensions.
Yeah I can get around that until he gets rubbed out for this statement of intent(ional, high, medium).It's not really my thing but with Wright his physical intensity and willingness to impose himself on a contest (using that incredible rig he has) has been an issue.
I like to think of it as a statement of intent.
If he’s been soft in the past and it’s been drummed into him to be harder, that’s probably inevitable. These things swing back and forth before they land right.Yeah I can get around that until he gets rubbed out for this statement of intent(ional, high, medium).
Alec Waterman who hasn’t played a senior game is evidence of a strong draft?Petracca, Brayshaw, De Goey, Moore, Duggan, McLean, Touk Miller, Maynard, Daniel, Dougal Howard, Andrews, not to mention Waterman and Langford
The bed part was weird lolTwo metres, two clubs. Peter the Wright man for the Bombers after Joe – and he is keen to show he is also his own man.www.theage.com.au
Obviously now it’s the future and Big Footy is most people’s main news source, The Age can no longer pay for copy editingTwo metres, two clubs. Peter the Wright man for the Bombers after Joe – and he is keen to show he is also his own man.www.theage.com.au
Quotes like "Peter Wright is a footballer, who is called Peter Wright" and then going around in circles seems about right for something lifted from BigFooty.Obviously now it’s the future and Big Footy is most people’s main news source, The Age can no longer pay for copy editing
He is an ok writer with a nice perspective. This article just needed an editor to do a decent job. The tone weirdly fluctuates and the whole thing could be half the length and say the same thing.Gleeson is a good writer, no sure what the big deal is. Most footballers are boring as batshit, a little personal anecdote doesn’t hurt