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Big call but I think Blakey aside, this kid will be the most valuable of this year's draftees. He's a very similar size to Hewett, and similarly to Georgie loves playing on the inside. Having two decent sized mids in the same midfield that can do similar roles (either as taggers or as ball-winning contested beasts) would be ideal. I could see them freeing one up to attack and win the ball while the other shuts a key opposition player down, and then alternating. It would basically shore up our inside stocks, meaning classy fleet-footed types like Florent don't have to take on more than they should be. That's why I was keen on Rowbottom before the draft and hoping his current niggles won't keep him from having a real crack leading up to the start of the season.Think rowbottom will play significant footy this year in the 1's. Has the tenacity and aggression to play senior footy
Could call him say, R2D2 or Bender, seeing as he is a Ro(w)bot.Nickname ?
Rowbottom ---> Oar arse ---> Arse oar ---> Arse sore ---> Sore arse ---> Last night's curry ---> Curry.
Call him Curry. "Goes straight through like a bad Vindaloo"
I missed that post. Paul Hawke was indeed quite the underrated player battling away under very tough times!I posted a few weeks ago he reminded me of an old favourite player in Paul Hawke who was a better than average player. He looks like he has time because he reads the game so well. He may end up a way better than average player which would be outstanding for the Club.