- Oct 24, 2020
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund
Don't mind him making Hawkins earn it personally but I'd be shocked if he didn't get a week for it. Was marginally too late to be deemed accidental.
Anyone that punches an Adelaide player is fine by me!In the Amazon series 'Making Their Mark' there is footage of Hartigan and another teammate at Adelaide engaging in a rather exuberant fisticuffs during a practice match; which means he is certainly up for the fight if needs be
Footywire is historically pretty unreliable. They go with the first news posted and then never seem to update it.According to Footywire it seems it was a 3 year deal for Hartigan, rememebr lots of talk as to if it was 2 or 3, his manager has done a very astute job.
His best match up is a big, slow and cumbersome forward that doesn't move or lead. Aka the typical local footy fat full forwards.There was a bit play in the second half where he was running with Membrey only for Membrey to turn on the jets and put 20 metres on him to take the link up switch mark on the far wing.
Clearly plays best deep and didn't have a definite match up against the Saints (their leg speed hurts us all over the ground). Will likely have a better show of it this week with the Eagles tall timber.
I agree our midfield has done him very few favours, he hasn't underachived I've got what I expected which wasn't very much.Footywire is historically pretty unreliable. They go with the first news posted and then never seem to update it.
Either way, I don't think he's been awful and our midfield has done our defenders no favours.
I thought Hartigan, and the team, held him well. From memory, most of the shots were from wide, as he had to lead a long way wide to get the kicks.Hawkins is great on the lead, more due to size than pace. He also had 6 shots at goal during the game, thankfully he was wayward though.