Player Watch #6: Taylor Garner - Signed for 2021

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Tomorrow is a massive game for Garner. Marvel’s rock hard surface will really test out his hammies. Hopefully, he uses plenty of Wintergreen as well to get some heat into his muscles. Fingers crossed. If he gets through, we will win, I think/hope.


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Let’s hope he smashes it. It will be heart in mouth stuff if he gets up from a contest a little ginger.
 

SimpkinByTheDockOfTheBay

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Agree. Backs have been as good as anyone, but the transition aspect of "the process (tm)" is always easier for them to implement, and the mids have been flakey, but that's still expected considering the age demographics.

The forward line has been an unbalanced mish mash, with the exception of last week around half time, and for chunks of matches where Campbell has played the hit up role.

We NEED a CHF in the setup!!!!!
Play Xerri as a roaming CHF imo
 

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Snake_Baker

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He's fit and therefore no more or less probable of getting injured as any other player.

What's more he has had a consistent run of games this year.

Any chance we can drop the continual negative connotations and focus on his footy?
 

Passmore

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Garner's aggression is a lot more effective than Zurhaar's. Cam can tend to bluster and hurt himself as much as anyone else. Taylor is more brutal and efficient when he attacks bodies.
Garner is a stone, cold assassin. Cam is more bull in a china shop.
 

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