I’ve had this shared this same view with other North supporting relatives for a few years now. Our forwards used to all lead in the same direction/corridor at the same time. This was as dumb as it sounds, having 3 key forwards lead for the ball like that is only going to allow the defence to contest the mark as a team. Now we can actually use our forward line properly, because the leading patterns have changed. A comparison can be made with modern basketball, where ‘floor spacing’ is pivotal to a potent offence. There is space to lead.New post up explaining the difference in ball movement and style last night and how it rattled Port: https://theshinboner.com/2019/08/18/round-22-north-melbourne-port-adelaide-match-review-ben-brown-10-goals/
View attachment 729151
Excellent analysis and this can't be stated enough.A huge tick for Shaw and the coaching team, for learning and changing the game style so quickly and effectively, and for the entire team for executing it so well.
Can confirm one of those jumpers scored by a port supporter ended up with a proper North family by 3rd qtr.I was sitting in the North Members area last night, everyone two rows in front of us won North signed Jumpers. There was a group of 4 Port supporters there for some reason and they all got jumpers. Bulls**t!
You can thank your fellow Members for the ring ins I supposeI was sitting in the North Members area last night, everyone two rows in front of us won North signed Jumpers. There was a group of 4 Port supporters there for some reason and they all got jumpers. Bulls**t!
Rather be North than GC, Dees or Carltank with all their high picksI know that some people love draft picks but good clubs never give up and build a great culture. The game on Friday night is a great example of this and it is all happening at Lords at the moment.... Happy days