- May 24, 2015
- AFL Club
- North Melbourne
McCluggage. McGrath is a panic merchant.
He reminds me of Daniel Wells. Gun player.Hugh McCluggage was awesome against the Blues yesterday, IMO in the not too distant future McCluggage will be one of the elite mids in the competition.
He is silky smooth, reminds me a lot of Simon Black and Scott Pendlebury the way he seems to make time go slower with ball in hand, never panics.
Obvious troll is obviousMcGrath is very bland IMO. Seems to have no trouble racking it up, but impact on a game of footy is pretty negligible despite having some serious weapons to use. Just doesn't have the capability to do anything remarkable with the ball, and I doubt a recruiter will take a back pocket with Pick 1 again.
McCluggage the clear winner here.
Why imagine when you can check?Different positions so hard to compare .... but I’d imagine head to head the stats would be in TT’s fa our .... yeah and stats arent everything
Why imagine when you can check?
Tarranto is marginally out performing McCluggage.
Which bears absolutely no relevancy on this thread, since he isnt part of the v.
Seriously doubt you watched him closely. Such an overused cliche on BF which translates to my team played him this week.At Carlton, I think Taranto would make us better as a team collectively than McLuggage, not saying TT is better than Hugh who clearly now is an All Australian/elite calibre of player.
Watched McGrath closely against us last weekend and was underwhelmed, his disposals are not as effective as they should be. I think Essendon should try push him further as a damaging offensive flanker/small forward type like Carlton did with Zac Fisher, the bloke imo is more suited t9 a offensively creative type of player, more than a general running off the HBF.