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Leaving Buddy and Dusty out of it - I'd like to know why you and your Blues mates reckon no player can be as good as Walsh, who has played a grand total of zero games.

Sounds like your bias is showing rather than looking at the situation objectively
You must have me mistaken for someone else.

Perhaps you should review my posts on Walsh
 

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Leaving Buddy and Dusty out of it - I'd like to know why you and your Blues mates reckon no player can be as good as Walsh, who has played a grand total of zero games.

Sounds like your bias is showing rather than looking at the situation objectively
Did anyone say that or is this another bullshit post.
 

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Stocker projects as a solid 2nd tier inside mid. Won’t get a heap of the ball but is strong inside winning the contested ball. Doesn’t have a burst of speed and queries on defensive running but the latter can be rectified.

With commitment, could be a solid second string midfielder that plays 150-200 games for the Blues. A decent pick at 19.
So he is pretty much Luke Dunstan
 

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He goes forward and kicks goals played 14 games for 6 goals for Sandringham. I think the club sees him as a two way running goal kicker like Luke Parker. It also helps he directs the ball very nicely on both feet and both hands without much training and can focus on other areas of his game instead like his tank. Other players need to be taught to kick on both feet Stocker already has this.
 

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So according to some Carlton posters , stockers pretty much better than well , pretty much every potential draft pick next year now???.. lol

That’s some serious one eyed rationale making going on
 

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Carlton supporters have put their faith in SOS and his rating of Stocker.

Interestingly his record with picks in this range is hit and miss.

27 Stewart - miss.
29- Lobb - hit.
23- McKenna - miss.
24- Steele - hit.
23- Cuningham - miss.
27 - Fisher - hit.

His history will say Stocker could be Steele/Fisher quality or McKenna/Cuningham.
 
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Carlton supporters have put their faith in SOS and his rating of Stocker.

Interestingly his record with picks in this range is hit and miss.

27 Stewart - miss.
29- Lobb - hit.
23- McKenna - miss.
24- Steele - hit.
23- Cuningham - miss.
27 - Fisher - hit.

His history will say Stocker could be Steele/Fisher quality or McKenna/Cuningham.
Stocker was Pick 19 - all those players are second round picks in the 20’s.

SOS’ picks in the teens -

11 - Greene - big hit
12 - Jaksch - miss
13 - Adams - hit
14 - Smith - big hit
14 - Corr - hit
14 - McCarthy - miss
 
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The reaction of SOS when the deal was done for Stocker was priceless (almost comical)

SOS and the Blues seriously have NFI what they gave just done

Talk about clueless, this man has set them back 10 years!


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