Pendles is a better player than Danger - what do you think (poll added)

Which player is better, Scott Pendlebury or Patrick Dangerfield

  • S Pendlebury

    Votes: 150 74.6%
  • P Dangerfield

    Votes: 51 25.4%

  • Total voters
    201
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The Passenger

Mr. Mojo Risin'
Mar 25, 2003
31,099
18,611
Hasa Diga Eebowai
AFL Club
West Coast
Danger's best is better which certainly attracts the plaudits.

Pendles has been more consistent and has been doing it for a few years longer, though obviously Danger is a couple of years younger so he may make up those years at the end of their careers.

I'd take the latter.
 

wobblypunt

Team Captain
Jun 29, 2006
453
188
Brissy
AFL Club
Brisbane Lions
Other Teams
Ipswich Town,Ajax, FCTwente, L-pool
Pendlebury is perhaps the most composed player i've ever seen, up there with Simon Black. Great ball user and clean. Danger is explosive, takes big marks and can break the lines. I think his kicking is better than people say but the bad ones are quite bad. I think they're about on an even keel. Hard to be definitive on this one.
 

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Gavin Excell

Hall of Famer
Apr 22, 2007
31,505
34,834
Bentleigh
AFL Club
Geelong
Love watching Pendles play, so slick, always has been better than Dangerfield no arguments from me, Although Dangerfield can be more of a match winner on his day! Pendlebury is the more consistant and complete player, one of the modern day great players for me.
Agree almost.from a different era now

Beautiful player
 

Yojimbo

Norm Smith Medallist
Nov 14, 2012
9,730
8,493
On the "Sweet Wagon"
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
Did you know Pendles comes from a basketball background, i believe a few commentators may have harped on his incredible
basketball background. Joel Selwood is a good dribbler, but it has nothing to do with a basketball background. I avoid these
comparisons as a rule, but Pendles and his basketball background is beautiful to behold. Sadly this game was always going
to be tedious to watch no matter the purity of a basketball background. Luckily i enjoy the mentalist and channel surfing.
 

bigfarter

Club Legend
Aug 15, 2009
2,791
7,738
AFL Club
Geelong
There's no discussion
Pendlebury has been a premiership player
Dangerfield has never been a premiership player
By that logic Alan Didak was better than Bucks!

That being said, I would rank Pendlebury ahead of Dangerfield. Danger is brilliant, obviously, and can do the mercurial but Pendlebury at times looks like Keanu in the Matrix, slowing down time so he can weave through traffic. Beautiful kick, great decision-maker, steps up in big moments. Probably only behind Michael Voss, Nick Riewoldt and Shaun Burgoyne as my favourite non-Cat that I've seen live.
 

Primed4Glory

Rookie
Jan 23, 2020
31
178
AFL Club
St Kilda
Pendles all day everyday. Taking nothing away from Danger Who is also an elite player who can turn a game on his own.
The class and composure of Pendles is next level and at his best would be in the top 5 players in the last decade imo.
Think you would find it hard for anybody too say a bad word about Pendles always plays it hard and fair.
1 of my fav non saints players.
 

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