- Nov 8, 2000
- AFL Club
- Other Teams
- Nottingham Forest
We don't want Hooker to go forward so our tall forwards have to be accountable so he is forced to stay back. If they are trailing though, Hooker forward is their go to move.We played 2 against them last year and Hurley ended up having to play on a small, my worry is they might move Hurley or Hooker forward this time.
They have a small forward line as it stands so a lot is going to depend on our intercept marking. Marchbank, Plowman, Weitering, Casboult back there with only McKernan a threat in the air, means we will be exposed when the ball hits the ground. Our defensive midfielders have to get back strongly. Question is ... who are our defensive midfielders?