Fair enough, but at what stage do we move from excusing poor games?Their opponents are panicking everytime the best offensive mid in the game charges into the zone. Makes it a bit easier for them to do their jobs.
Kane is one of those players I’m most interested to see how he responds to simpler, clearer roles under Shaw.Really only Butler resembles Kayne as a player. All of Rioli, Castangna, and Higgins are very different footballers and much more effective forwards. Hell even Butler is statistically superior, and they basically delisted him.
Both Richmond and West Coast demonstrated you can build a forward line around smaller types IF they are able to both pressure, set up scores and hit the scoreboard themselves.
On the other hand, we currently have one small forward, who rates poor for goals, poor for score involvements, average for tackles inside 50, average for forward pressure and average for one percenters.
Imo, he's the embodiment of 'tries hard, not quite good enough'; and we desperately need to upgrade our small forward stocks at this draft.
So now they've got 12, 16, 18, 52, and a bid for Mead to deal with. How many list spots?
Youd assume Port will take 5 selections at the draft. 52&55 to match Mead and the 3 first rounders.So now they've got 12, 16, 18, 52, and a bid for Mead to deal with. How many list spots?