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Player Watch #31 - Bayley Fritsch - Smooth Criminal

Discussion in 'Melbourne Demons' started by Striker475, Nov 24, 2017.

  1. rhaz

    rhaz Norm Smith Medallist

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    You would think they would do this if a proper reserves system was set up to replace the VFL. Clubs could elevate a player from their VFL/reserves list to the main list mid-season, perhaps with a cap of how many per year. Or, they could pay a transfer fee or something to other clubs for their reserves players if they wanted them?
     
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  2. djpaulydemon

    djpaulydemon All Australian

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    I like how when he kicks it down the wing he places it in 2 m in front of our players to run onto and the way he kicks it it always bobs up. It's happened a few times where he could have kicked it directly to a player, but it would have made them stop see he kicks it just a bit in front.
     
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  3. pjfairbairn

    pjfairbairn Club Legend

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    His last month has been so unselfish playing a role down back.

    Is he our best/most accurate kick? Salem's kicking is more aesthetically pleasing, but he still misses targets more often
     
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    Salems misses alot of targets, I'd have Melk and Fristch ahead. Petraccas best kicks are incredible.

    Spargo also has a great radar with short kicking.
     
  5. Gysberts2Bate

    Gysberts2Bate Brownlow Medallist

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    Petracca’s best kicks are the way footballs are meant to be kicked. Just lovely. His worst smack of country grade half back flanker standard
     
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  6. KickLongTackleHard

    KickLongTackleHard Club Legend

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    For undersized first year players, Fritsch and Spargo stood up to the heat of a final very well.
     
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  7. markm106

    markm106 Norm Smith Medallist

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    Would like to see Fritsch play forward next year. Such a natural at both ends. But with May KK coming in and Lever coming back we won’t need him back. I love the way he floats in to take a mark against much bigger opposition.
     
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  8. pjfairbairn

    pjfairbairn Club Legend

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    In my mind, he is in our best forward 6, alongside TMac, Melky, Weid, Spargo/Garlett, Resting Mid (Trac, Jones, ANB, Harmes, AVB). I have him ahead of Hannan.
     
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