I'm interested to see what you guys think as I believe Nick Larkey will have a breakout year, kicking 40 goals for the season, while Luke McDonald will gain his confidence back and have a decent year compared to previous years.
Unfortunately I think Wood will never get to the stage that we expected him to get to when we drafted him. But, I hope I'm wrong here!Simpkin - to make 20-30 disp. games the norm rather than every other week
LDU - expecting a big jump this year.
Larkey - if he can find some real consistency 2-4 goals/game, watch out
Wood - better late than never?#theshaweffect
I think they'll all benefit from a refreshed game plan and set roles in 2020
I'm all aboard the Durdin Zerstorer as well.Ahern: Settled pre-season (tank) and a clearly defined role (HB?) will do wonders.
Larkey: Only going to get stronger and fitter.
Durdin: Big fan of his, already a nice kick and the experience this year was fantastic for him.
Zurhaar: Already had a breakout year, but he can up another level or two in terms of consistency with a greater fitness base.
LDU: For reasons already discussed by others, same with Simpkin.
Yep has been told to back himself in, this bloke could be boiled lollies to chocolates. ( fingers crossed) This by the way = coaching, support and mentoring
He has had a pretty good pre-season to date, that is usually a good indicator, unless we just leave him in the VFL like we did with Ahern for half a season...There's plenty of good reasons to think he will be a big improver. More confidence in his shoulder, bit more muscle and less fat, more km's in the legs etc etc.