Thought the same of him last week at Manuka. He's working hard both ways and getting much more involved on the wing this year. Some of his efforts early were a bit meh but he was great in the last imo.I was at the game and it felt like he saved us multiple times. Was in the right spot and didnt lose many contests. Would have to watch the reply but I reckon he was really solid.
He doesn’t go down easy. Must have clocked him right on the worst spot.What's the general length of time missed for a fractured eye socket? 4 weeks? More? That gash was brutal. Even if he didn't break anything the swelling would likely keep him out for a fortnight I would have imagined.
You are a true Melbourne supporter. Beat last year's grand finalist and top 4 contender in a relatively convincing manner and you're still not happy. Why can't we all just be happyGeelong are sh*t. Should have absolutely buried them and won by 10 goals but I'll give us a pass due to the conditions and May going down early.
I fractured mine playing footy a few years ago and missed 4. Was lucky to avoid surgery and it wasn't nearly as ugly as May's looked. Really hope he gets lucky and it isn't too severe.You're right, I went back and they said "Usually multiple, 3-4 weeks" somehow misheard as "couple". Very unlucky.
He's always been a whipping boy despite actually having composure going inside F50 and general footy IQ which most guys on this list lack, but it feels like this year the tackles are really sticking more. Super happy with he and Kozzy in the pocketsNot enough love for Spargo, for a small bloke lays some big tackles
Thought this as well, getting away with it so far this year. Our entries into forward 50 have improved dramatically on the last two years so we are getting enough shots on goals, but missing too many particularly early in gamesBad:
- Not making the most of our forward 50 / goal kicking opportunities. This will bite us on the bum like it has in the past if we don't tighten this up.
It was also that they clearly had a plan of shutting down Oliver. Problem is Trac went nuts so then O’Conner went to Trac and Clarry went nuts then it was too late as both were up and about.Also have to say convinced we were pretenders after 3 rounds(Saints Dees one of the worst games I've seen live, period, in terms of skills) but that was so impressive today, I ABHOR using terms like "mentality" in analysis because its just reductive BS most of the time but in this one we just put that pressure on their engine room. Would have to think Scott regretted not playing Chooka Constable today because Clarry and Trac just ran roughshod over Guthrie and Duncan. Jelwood in his 30s still carrying that inside group
It’s great psychology as well. Make the opposition feel more outnumbered when they’re always seeing 2 of the same playerGood: Langdon and Hunt in matching attire again today, I hope they do this every week. There's something very fun about watching them running side by side like this