Yeah, both sin and absolution. Orthodox or Confessional Lutherans hold to yet distinguish between something called law and gospel. I will leave it to the readers of this forum to do their own searches if at all interested.
All of that but if he pulled his head in his talent identification and experience is nothing to be sneezed at, surely he'd have to cottoning on that he would need to keep a low profile if he was to be employed by an AFL club again?I’d say most clubs would struggle with him , they work as teams and not sure how he would fit in with a modern day team dynamic especially while not being the boss
I remember thinking in his first few AFL games that he was just struggling with the speed of the game and he'd get used to it, but yea, just had no awareness of what was going on around him, especially with the ball in hand. Was a certain to get caught HTB a lot of the time.If I could summarise in one word a major difference between Taylor and Poholke, it is awareness. Taylor has this in spades. For Poholke it was all but non existent. Really looking forward to watching Taylor develop and see what he brings in a few years time.