The other thing that that photo shows is that he really isn't focussed enough on footy. Even whilst giving off a handball, he's waving at his mates in the crowd.
Terrible post.He's supposed to morph into a bear, not a bug. I'm not pleased with this development but do appreciate the update.
All that,He is in fact transforming into the Hindu god Vishnu. In the Bhagavad Gita when Vishnu assumed his multi armed form to impress the prince of his power he spoke the famous lines
If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst fort at once, it still could not match the brilliance of my being.
For behold I am become death, shatterer of worlds,come to destroy. The slayer of time, ancient of days, come hither to consume.
On the whole I think this is exactly what we need from an inside mid. It does make him sound a little like a pony though which is a bit of a concern.
Sav, please don't let me be misunderstood. I love bugs. My propensity to relocate rather than destroy the bug life in the house is a constant source of annoyance to other (human) members of my household. It's just that the spectre of a polar bear with a carcass hanging from its jaw and the rich-red blood of its prey juxtaposed against its white fur is far more adorable...Terrible post.
You obviously haven't watched enough Marvel films and don't fully appreciate the advantages of an exo-skeleton, you are also underestimating the physical capabilities of bugs and what they can do in relation to their size and weight.
Here's what we're working on:
Behold I am become deathAll that,
And he still can’t get a game.
Being a deity is all that it used to be.
If Bad Horse was fully correct you too would be correct. He was correct that Sier is the manifestation of a deity of destruction and he was correct about the speech, but Vishnu is the maintainer and the preserver, thus obviously a backman who could never win a Brownlow. Sier on the other hand, is a manifestation of Shiva - the creator and destroyer and is clearly a midfielder and not a defender - thus Brownlow worthy, as mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita.Nah he is a backman . . invisible to umpires.
Nah, that suggests he’s a seasoned veteran. He’s a very talented young player with nearly all the tools, but he’s got stacks of development left and that isn’t going to come to fruition if he’s on ice until September. He needs to get right, and relatively quickly, to leave a serious stamp on 2019.As long as the Bear is fit for sept. Has temperament and game made for finals. Has to be there whenthe whips are cracking