- Apr 22, 2011
- AFL Club
Or one could say he’s just born to attack with flat out aggression and figure it out after....something someone like Zaka let’s say...has never had in him.His improvement derives from his higher level of composure when he has the ball - Thinking his way better through traffic and therefore more effective disposals.
Young Bomber Matt Guelfi is in the mix to line up against the Giants, having recovered well after suffering a nasty knock that sent him flying into Optus Stadium’s LED boundary signage against West Coast last Thursday.
Guelfi was unable to play out the game due to concussion and rib soreness, but Crow said the 21-year-old is making steady progress.
“Matt Guelfi took that blow into the signage on the side of the ground. He was tested for concussion, which he has shown every sign to have recovered from this week with all of our testing.
“He’s also got some soreness through his ribcage, which is improving day by day. He’ll be tested on Wednesday ahead of the match on Thursday in terms of his availability to play.”
Yeah the Gov deserved a week. Doesn't really affect us anyway. More important is whether Guelf can play. He's been making up for the loss of Dev. Love how he goes about itMcGovern. Eggshell skull. Of course his ban was upheld. He was out of bounds when he pushed him, Guelfi was injured as a result. The chair is a non issue - whether it was the chair or the fence or something else is irrelevant. Guefi was injured as a result of McGovern's wrongful action.
It did affect us though. I thought that we were mentally unbalanced after the incident, as well as a player down for the remaining 3 and a half quarters of the game. The game only blew out after Guelfi was injured. Yep, am a fan of his commitment and focus. Never stops trying.Yeah the Gov deserved a week. Doesn't really affect us anyway. More important is whether Guelf can play. He's been making up for the loss of Dev. Love how he goes about it