- Aug 10, 2009
- AFL Club
- Western Bulldogs
- Other Teams
- Tottenham, Montreal Canadiens
He never gave up, used his running ability to his advantage v the other talls, competed in the air and really made his presence known, threw his weight around in Mumford-like fashion. Probably a career game. Only shining light today.Tried his guts out all day, had little help from his fellow mids!
Yep. GWS would have been too good anyway, but team selection gave them a leg up. To be fair, he was massively let down by many of his senior players. Hunter and JJ should be nowhere near a leadership group.Oh beveridge m8. You had a stinker.
Mods will have their work cut out for them tonight
The blame lies at Bonts feet!!Annoying to see people blaming players like Hayes or Schache when our big three mids were all completely ineffectual. The roles players can’t be expected to drag us over the line when we’re getting smashed in the one area of the game we’re expected to dominate.
Hayes, Schache, Red, Lloyd, Dale, Duryea were all poor but the blame rests at the feet of Macrae, Dunks, Hunter, JJ and Bont. If they take the credit when we’re on fire it’s only fair they take the responsibility of a poor game like that.
Hope Naughts is alright. We’ll be back next season with a more experienced side and some weaknesses filled. Hard to be positive after that but I still think we’re in great shape in the long run.