Player Watch #28: Mitch Brown - Missed R10 as a precaution, should be available against Hawthorn - 11/6

Lore

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The club injury report just confirmed what we already knew from the article Essendon published on Friday. He'll train with a guard in the training sessions he's allowed to participate in.
 

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EnolaGay

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Might've done his wrist again in the VFL in the last minute of the game


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eth-dog

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Did you see it? Anything to add?

I can't see any mention of it on the VFL Twitter account nor anywhere else. Hopefully it's not as bad as it sounds.
Unfortunately the other end of the ground to me and the lights weren't on. Did see him walk past when he was heading into the rooms and looked in pain though, holding it gingerly.
 

vass44

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Don’t see Brown on any injury list - and the Hawks game is still another 10 days away so if he’s had a niggle or two he should still be right to go. Surely he comes in for Francis whose done very little up forward...???


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Bombers36

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Brown has been really good in the 5 games he's played this year - big tank and covers lots of ground up forward always providing an option - plus 6.5 marks and 1.5 goals a game makes him a much more viable option up forward than Francis at this point in time. Bring the man in I say!
 

BrunoV

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Brown has been really good in the 5 games he's played this year - big tank and covers lots of ground up forward always providing an option - plus 6.5 marks and 1.5 goals a game makes him a much more viable option up forward than Francis at this point in time. Bring the man in I say!

Didn't he eat his own balls to the point of being dropped against Melbourne?

He was good in our 3 wins between Melbourne and Collingwood and then poor against Collingwood.
 

VelvetSledge

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Didn't he eat his own balls to the point of being dropped against Melbourne?

He was good in our 3 wins between Melbourne and Collingwood and then poor against Collingwood.
That one caught me off guard, I'll have to remember that phrase.

Eating his own balls.
 
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