I don’t know that it does. I remember a while ago there was a discussion on this on a footy show and the stats showed the opposite was true, i.e. more of those first games were lost than won.History shows that takeover coaches have a good record in their first game though
Coaches sacked mid way into the season usually are bottom 4 and the new coach will have a better record in caretaker mode.I don’t know that it does. I remember a while ago there was a discussion on this on a footy show and the stats showed the opposite was true, i.e. more of those first games were lost than won.
Hard to see Western staying in after 4 touches when we are still in finals contention.It looks as though Wilson, Logue and Tabs will be right to play this week - Fyfe a possibility but line ball. I expect Fyfe will get another week, so therefore it becomes an issue of who gets dropped for these three?
It would be a shame to see Walker dropped after a good debut, but it often works this way. James Aish was revelation at HBF last match - one of his best for us. Conca will probably be dropped with Walker in defense, which leaves probably Joel Western or Mitch Crowden to make way for Tabs - my guess is Western.
Given our need for wingers I expect Bewley will get another run.
I can see Logue and Wilson it - likely for Walker and Conca. Tabs and Switta for Crowden and Western is reasonable. That leaves who comes out for Fyfe as Bewley was OK last game and Fyfe isn't a winger. Fyfe to sub? (haha)Could be up to five changes.
In: Wilson, Fyfe, Taberner, Logue, Switta
Out: Walker, Western, Conca, Crowden, Duman/Bewley (depending on how they want to set up).
Definitely. Hence why Aish needs to go half back and Tucker into the wing. Against Collingwood 2019, he was very effective at delivering and snagging a goal. Lethal kick for goals actuallyTucker is one of the best at sending the ball inside 50 for score involvements. He's got a great footy brain.