Talons B Sharp
- Sep 26, 2012
- AFL Club
ves everyone hopes that they will chop out.. i.e. have a brain waive and resurrect the sides's fortune..
Not across the competition they weren't rare at all.It would have happened though IMO, especially during the old days, debutants were rare in those days.
Injuries play a role as well. As an example I thought Geelong's 2008 grand final team was a good chance off the top of my head - I think Mark Blake played the least career games with the club with 99...they had a ridiculous number of players who ultimately played 200 games and only Milburn (31) and possibly Harley (would have been 29-30) on the wrong side of 30. No retirements from the 2008 squad either.Really not that amazing, when at the end of every year players retire or get traded.