He is seriously bad. Pretty staggering how much he has dropped off. The wrong type of player to give a big deal. Soft as they come.
No, a player with 'sublime' foot skills will be able to hit the target every single time.That’s not the issue.. Brad Hill could hit a target in his previous 2 sides, in our team suddenly he is nervous wreck and can’t hit a target to save his life.. why?
Because our midfield is crap and can’t win clean ball apart from a blind bomb and hack kick from clearance where other team’s mids just absorb the initial pressure and gets the ball to outside runner, easy pass down the line..
Also our game plan is a karmakze risky plan, where we just blindly bomb and push all our backs to the middle of the ground to press, when there’s a turnover, then the opposition almost walks into goal because our backs are way out of position.. silly silly game plan when opposition have worked us out and plan for this..
Sav played two games last year and played well in both, we far worse players to delist.Honestly we adapted better to the hub than others but our list doesn't stack up against the better sides especially with injuries. We look like we overachieved with a pretty ordinary set up and really only Steele and Howard that look to have stayed top of the table. The rest are ordinary. I think Butler and Coff would be the biggest form slumps in the league. Most positions are pretty average except the ruck and they are both injured. Defence can't keep up with the increased pace of the game. Hind would honestly be handy, so would Savage. Most clubs are happy to go long and direct and we've moved on those types.