Coleman for 2019?

Coleman for 2019?


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The GOAT

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Ben Brown is less likely than Tom Lynch (Rich) and JJK. Maybe even Tom McDonald. All should be in the poll.
 

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Ben Brown is less likely than Tom Lynch (Rich) and JJK. Maybe even Tom McDonald. All should be in the poll.
Yea, nah with the likely probabilities with Lynch and McDonald. Brown has proven more consistent than Lynch and shown a lot more over more seasons than McDonald.

JK sure, is a gun.
 
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If all goes to plan, Lynch and Riewoldt will pinch enough goals off each other that neither can win it. So hopefully someone else.
Ben Brown hasn’t won one before has he? Wouldn’t mind seeing him get it.
 

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Actually think this might be the year for a Daniher type to win one, nice roughie.
 

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Im gonna go out on a limb and say one of Riewoldt, Lynch, Kennedy, Darling, McDonald, Hogan, Breust, Gunston, Cameron, Daniher, Brown, Hawkins, Franklin or Walker.
Hogan won’t have anybody to compete with at Freo for goals but has to overcome the massive disadvantage of Ross Lyon being the coach. It won’t be him.
 

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The first ever tie for the Coleman with both Jack Riewoldt and Tom Lynch winning it
Hasn't Hardwick been really outspoken about wanting a good spread of players kicking goals? I can't see it. He'll want a good mix between the small and tall forwards. I think he even made a comment to that effect in the week Riewoldt kicked 10 this year.
 

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Ben Brown is less likely than Tom Lynch (Rich) and JJK. Maybe even Tom McDonald. All should be in the poll.
Lynch just isn't as good as he is being touted. Some posters on here call him one of the top 3 forwards in the league. Did he have an amazing season I didn't watch? He's kicked over 50 goals once. Kennedy kicks 50 in an average year. Hell, Darling kicks more goals than Lynch.

Brown the most likely for me since he is durable. If Kennedy plays all 22 games, then he gets it. Daniher may need some time to get up and running.

Lynch won't even kick the most goals in his team, let alone win the Coleman. Won't crack the top 5.

1.) Brown.
2.) Kennedy
3.) Reiwoldt
4.) Buddy
5.) Daniher
 
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How highly do peeps rate the Coleman? Compare it to, say, the Brownlow. What level of esteem do you place on it? I've always been curious about this.
 
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