Is much maligned by our fan base for a few weak efforts. But his best is pretty good. Has a quality kick, and runs all day. Can find the footy at AFL level too, just looks like a deer in the headlights way too often. Late 3rd rounder would probably get it done considering he’s contracted but I wouldn’t hold my breath
Finds the ball at a reasonable but not great level, will hit one beautiful kick per game to go with three or four absolute shanks, and is prone to soft efforts. There are worse players on an AFL list but I wouldn't be sad to see him go.
PORT ADELAIDE midfielder Karl Amon has put a knee injury and talk of an off-season trade behind him and is eager to cement himself in the Power side in 2019.
Amon, 23, had surgery in the post-season to correct a lateral meniscus tear in his right knee.
The classy left-footer admits his knee issues were worrying him for the last 18 months but says he feels great now – demonstrating his fitness by finishing among the leaders in Port’s post-Christmas time-trial at Alberton Oval on Friday.
“I’ve sort of just got confidence in my body and in my knee so I like to think I’m in pretty good condition,” he said during an interview on Adelaide radio program SEN SA Breakfast.