That was something!His keep-alive effort on the wing was something too. Not sure if deliberate, his little bobble the footy between his feet thing as he ran, but it worked.
He's that kind of player though, will make some simple things look a little tough, then also make ridiculously hard things look easy.
Well, admit I was wrong... Glad he got through the game..Dunno..
I'm nervous... Why bring him back this week? These are dead games...
Give him another couple of weeks in the VFL or scratch matches and bring him in for the last couple of games...
Reeks of trying to change the narrative..
Not sure about Charlie's specific injury but when it comes to ACLs that is incorrect. There's strong evidence that waiting 2 years post an ACL to return lowers your risk substantially of re injuring the knee? If it's re-injury then it's no more likely this year than next. Like I said, they've been so conservative with it he's been fully fit health-wise for a while now.
It's not a bad block, 4 games in a row to assess how the knee goes with swelling /pain. Nice break after that if there is a bit of inflammation.Not sure about Charlie's specific injury but when it comes to ACLs that is incorrect. There's strong evidence that waiting 2 years post an ACL to return lowers your risk substantially of re injuring the knee
Obviously what Charlie has damaged isn't an ACL but more time out can help his recovery further.
In saying that I'm in agreement with you that he should play purely from a getting confidence side of things. Build up trust that the knee will hold up in games so he's not going through all pre season worried about that.
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Can't be understated how important it was for Harry to have someone of Charlie's calibre in forward 50 with him, compared to Levi, or nothing at all.Had next to no impact on the game, but was great to see him back out there.
Goal was a beauty too - hasn't lost any power in the legs!
Onwards and upwards.