Agree him Keeping his Spot is Telling Everything.Aish has been a very solid/good player at Collingwood. He plays his role very well, negates his opponent and has very clean hands. However, he does not inflate his possessions by running past for the easy handball or seeks the easy 1:2. Is this why he can sometimes be criticised? I hope not...
He is always picked when available - does this tell us something?
2nd That. Hopefully stays injury free so he can keep Building Confidence and Form.Yes, he's definitely playing with confidence at the moment. I think he'll be okay, it's normally and il timed injury that breaks his run of form. Let's hope he has some luck this time round.
Agree, he is great in the air for his size.Aish is a skilled brave płayer, stands under sky balls, and even laid some surprisingly good body pressure recently.
For a tiny bloke he puts in, punches above his weight. For some reason he's a whipping boy, but he has won me over.
think they both have what Crackers Keenan called hidden pace - in as much as they read the play very well and position themselves accordingly. I've been in Aish's corner since the day against Hawthorn when he got his jaw broken. Getting better every weekYep. I thought they'd lack pace, but they're not getting shown up for it.