- Jun 27, 2020
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Nope i just generally think we will finish around that mark i'd happily win the wooden spoon next year and go into the draft as we aren't going to be competitive this year anyways. I think most people can see the potential in Joe Daniher i don't think it's crazy to think he could win a coleman medal with a fit full season and a decent team behind him. If i was being true to my feelings i'd hope Joe Daniher never does well at Brisbane because im a salty little b*tch <3You also have Essendon in tenth position, and foresee Joe Daniher winning the Coleman. Am I detecting a little supporter bias/nostalgic sentiment here?
Okay, you've put forward sufficient reasoning in regard to those two points, but tell me...why do you believe Fremantle will finish 16th?Nope i just generally think we will finish around that mark i'd happily win the wooden spoon next year and go into the draft as we aren't going to be competitive this year anyways. I think most people can see the potential in Joe Daniher i don't think it's crazy to think he could win a coleman medal with a fit full season and a decent team behind him. If i was being true to my feelings i'd hope Joe Daniher never does well at Brisbane because im a salty little b*tch <3
Just where they happened to fall, I believe there's 8 teams still better than Freo but of course this changes year to year and no doub't there will be some surprise risers and some fallers.Okay, you've put forward sufficient reasoning in regard to those two points, but tell me...why do you believe Fremantle will finish 16th?
Had a chuckle at this...1. St Kilda - Pre season injuries will be irrelevant. Better coach, improved culture and unlucky not to be top 4 last year. Their premiership window is wide open.
2.West Coast - Would have been much higher up the ladder if not for playing many of their home matches away from WA in 2020. In my opinion Kennedy is the best current forward in the AFL and a full strength West Coast will be fearful to any of its opposition.
3. Richmond - 3 premierships in 4 years is enough said. No signs of slowing down and are my premiership favourite.
4. Melbourne - Every year there is a dark horse and if they can find their 2018 form they will surprise many in 2021.
5. Port Adelaide - Will be there abouts in 2021 but not sure they will repeat their 2020 form.
6. Essendon - New coach and a fresh start for the struggling Bombers will see them rise up the ladder in 2021.
7. Sydney - Probably a bit of a one eyed opinion but I can definitely can see the Swans making a return to finals football in 2021. A lot depends on a good run of injuries, like a lot of clubs, but I think Franklin playing will be irrelevant as the Swans play quite well with or without him. That being said would love to see him kick his 1000th goal in 2021.
8. Gold Coast - Surely it’s time for finals football. Looking forward to seeing a full season from Matt Rowell who has the potential to be a superstar.
9. Brisbane - May be proven absolutely wrong here and I actually like the Lions as our northern neighbours but with less games in QLD in 2021 and with them now being a team others will hunt, I just don’t think they will handle the pressure.
10. Geelong - Last year was a last hoorah for one of the most successful teams of the last 20 years. Will take a similar path to the Swans and Hawks.
11. GWS - Something isn’t right here. Time for a new coach perhaps.
12. Adelaide - Should improve from wooden spooners in 2020.
13. Fremantle - Just think they need some strong key position players to match their midfield flair.
14. Western Bulldogs - See Fremantle. Bontempelli a front runner for the Brownlow.
15. North Melbourne - Much the same as 2020. In full rebuild now.
16. Carlton - Would love to see the Baggers do well but I just don’t see it. Talk will be of Cripps on the move all year, which will be a distraction.
17. Collingwood - My tip for first team to sack their coach in 2021. In full rebuild.
18. Hawthorn - One can only hope as a Swans supporter. Although will be back big time in a few years time.
If Carlton finish above 7th I will buy a Carlton membershipAfter a detailed analysis of the 2021 fixture, examining Chicken entrails and studying my tea leaves, I conclude the ladder at end of R23 to be as follows:
1 Port Adelaide
6 Western Bulldogs
7 West Coast Eagles
9 St Kilda
14 GWS Giants
17 Gold Coast Suns
18 North Melbourne.
The spread between 1 and 3 is only half a game and between 11 and 17 1 and a half games, so a couple of stuffed goal reviews/ HTB shockers 10 metres out dead in front on the bell could make all the difference. Oh, yeah, and injuries...
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I think they will be better than people think, but they need to get games into their under 23s...I can see them being in a lot of games, but losing by under 3 goals...reckon they win 5-7 games... they will overtake hawks, bombers and demons in 2022. They have a strong core of youngsters. Just one gun key forward short..North will be harder to beat than people think
Yeah this looks about right for mine but I think melbourne could be 2 or 3 spots higher(maybe take collingwood out of 8)...and I'd swap Richmond and Geelong with Brisbane and Port.Current minor premiership betting...is a good looking prediction.
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