- May 5, 2009
- AFL Club
My thoughts too. He is nowhere near as bad as some people are making out. He has played some really good footy for us this year at different stages which is being overlooked. He is a very handy player to have waiting in the wings because he can come in and do a job.
It's not being overlooked, not at all. That's the whole point.
Sure, I am describing his game in hash terms but the reality is the performances Red Black and Blue has identified as being the ones which we are likely to see in a final (given what has happened against side of this quality) - it really seems to be the terminology that posters are arguing about.
We will be much better served against Collingwood having Ambrose play as a key forward (regardless of whether Stinger plays. In fact, you could play Ambrose and Brown forward together if Brown had shown any inclination towards the defensive side of the game.
We can pick Ham to provide the overlap forward option because you certainly don't need to be 196cm to offer that option.