Fogerty looked okay because, as arrow pointed out, he came on fresh in the last quarter. He's a clunky player with a good set shot, he's fearless and hits packs hard but we needed clas and midfield. McGovern is an will remain a better player and he cost less than Fogerty did. Seems like we got both things we needed.
Can't see them missing the finals. Last year was an aberration with some very well documented reasons. In my opinion they have the best midfield and a very well balanced side with good skilled runners and a strong forward line. Their injury worries look behind them and i hate to say it but could easily be top four with the huge advantage they have at home.
Only caught glimpses of game. Brad Crouch maybe back. Probably still middle of ladder team. Maybe 4 spots ahead of us on ladder is my present guess. So pick swap probably meant swapping around 4 spots lower in next draft for pick 19 of previous draft. Love what we did.
Don't really care. We have Stocker (who will be very good and will already have had a year under him) and will use your first round to recruit a mature player SOS will already been hugely in to. All positive from our end