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His biggest strength was probably his foot skill and decision making relative to his position. One thing you could say for Fletch is that he wouldn't make you nervous like Cordy and Trengove do.Fletcher Roberts, good luck to you. He was always friendly and courteous when talking with fans.
His best moment for me was in the 2016 final against GWS. The one that got us into the Grand Final.
In that last hectic minute GWS were attacking and we were hanging on by a thread. Fletcher Roberts got the ball at half back flank and booted it 60 meters down the wing - to a spot 2 meters in from the boundary. Never was there such a perfect kick at such a perilous time.
Always remember Fletch for that. It won the game for us just as much as any play on that day.
Yeah if we didn't have to clear two spots on our list then I'd have been in favour of keeping him on. But we had three uncontracted players and needed to move two on so his time was up as a Bulldog sadly.Easy to say from the comfort of my lounge but I would have kept him on the list. He was good depth and was happy to be a bit part player - need players like that. No world beater but also reasonably reliable. Good luck to him, hope he gets picked up and continues his career. The clearing kick in the prelim was a pivotal moment. Played it beautifully didn’t dive onto the ball which would have been tempting but kept his feet and stayed close enough to get the crucial clearing kick....go well Fletch..