E) Waite returned and for team balance Maj went back. I was actually pretty confident 2019 may have been a more permanent move for Maj forward.So why was he moved back?
A) sh*t forward
B) Useless as a forward
C) Got in everyone’s way up forward
D) All of the above
If we are entertaining Majak the forward again, then Shaw has lost his marbles or the cupboard is so bare he has no choice.
The more I think about it the more I'm pissed off at this loss.
Josh walker can kick them.We need Larkey back ASAP
I've heard at least two commentators call him clearly the best KPD in the comp in the last two weeks.Will not be AA even if he continues his current form.
Media monkeys are campaigning hard for Weitering. It’s a common theme, Robbie gets overlooked in favour of the media’s new darling.
And yet all I can see or hear isI've heard at least two commentators call him clearly the best KPD in the comp in the last two weeks.
Sunbury boy. They have a Kangaroos team that wears the blue and white stripes. Often gets kicked out of comps for being too brutal.a lot of people take pot shots at sicily buy i must say i like him, gets under opps skin, relentlessly tough and would wear the shinboner moniker no problem.
If he hadn't shanked that shocking kick then everyone criticising him would have rated him higher for the rest of the night.I didn't see it that way at all, especially the three only turnovers - bullshit I reckon. But hard to argue with your stats. One bottle of (inexpensive) sav blanc and now the whole BF mob is against me. At least I will sleep well.
He had our highest number of score involvements yesterday. I've always found him a bit less noticeable, even when he gets 35+ disposals.Honestly, love him since he came, but I’m starting to get concerned he’s not helping much this year
I really want to be wrong
Play Maj on the wing and tell him to run forward and mark the ball crashing the pack like Duck used to.Brown and Maj are your two KP players. Brown leads up, Maj is your alternate, long kick option. TT and Zurharr plays the lead up roll, Taylor and Mahoney play the small forward role. Resting mids rotate through.
It didn't miss by much. And on available evidence this year, I had more confidence in him than Brown.Which is cool.
But he needs to kick the goal.
There were times in that period when the umpiring made the difference between us getting out of their 50 and not. An unbreakable forward press is good sure but there were a few crucial frees we missed and soft ones they got that kept us in there. Blatant pushes into a players back for example v Marley on Wingard. Up our end they got those soft press breaking frees and our forwards were pushed around more than Wingard.No we get ourselves into positions where it doesn't f***ing matter.
The umpiring did not make us not kick a goal from late in the second until there was 7 minutes left.
And we can control that bit.
It was our kids who exploded in the last quarter and almost got us home. That wouldn't have happened if they had no resilience.I use to think it was just us but over the last year I've seen a lot of teams drop their heads because of sh*t umpiring. Maybe kids these days really do have no resilience.
Cleary, play with reckless abandon is not Plan A for Shawy.That's the frustrating thing. We are 5 goals down and all of a sudden; " s**t, let's take a risk, guns blazing "
v Colas - goal-goal-goal-goal
v Dawks - goal-goal-goal-goal
Almost steal both games. Where is this in the preceding 3 1/2q ?
Am I the only one that thinks that it is odd that a 100kg player was outmarked easily by a 78kg player who looks like he made the decision to mark at the last second? Or am I not giving Brown enough credit for pulling up?It didn't miss by much. And on available evidence this year, I had more confidence in him than Brown.
Not going to hang the kid in game number 6. Thrilled to see that demonstration of leadership from our kids. It was almost them again who got us home; goals to X, TT, Zurhaar, nearly Taylor, and nearly Jy.
Yep. And that's 2 games on our home deck we've dropped. Yesterday was actually a Hawks home game and they rarely play there, so it was an opportunity missed. Those are going to be harder to make up once we get sent to a hub.This year is wide f***ing open.
We're about a quarter of the way through the H&A season.
It better click soon or the opportunity will be gone.
I think it's largely attitude.Am I the only one that thinks that it is odd that a 100kg player was outmarked easily by a 78kg player who looks like he made the decision to mark at the last second? Or am I not giving Brown enough credit for pulling up?