You put money on Blues. They were far from convincing after 10 days break. They looked more tired than us. Definitely beatable in slippery conditions if we bring the pressure and I think we will.Put some money on the blues people
Think they have to play Burgess and Hombsch as ruckman , at least have mature bodies, MacPherson has to be an out for the future for Flanders or Rosa and possibly Brodie for SharpThe mids will just have to adjust to losing the hit outs now. They need to be proactive not reactive, they should be able to sort it out. Greenwood/Miller are great defensive midfielders so Touk may go back to tagging the oppositions best clearance player.
Burgess for me, Graham to come back into the backline, Corbett into the forward line.
Need height around the ground or else we'll bomb it to no one
If we want to win every game we gotta play best available. If the coaches see Macpherson better than Flanders/Rosas then thats their call. Those boys have to earn their spot.Think they have to play Burgess and Hombsch as ruckman , at least have mature bodies, MacPherson has to be an out for the future for Flanders or Rosa and possibly Brodie for Sharp
The problem is MacPherson ain't going to get any better and his disposal probably cost us the game against Adelaide. Am worried about Rosa in particular after watching Pickett last nite . Wasn't much between them in their draft year and Rosa has fallen well behind. If you had a team of MacPhersons they would win the wooden spoon so you have to pull the triggerIf we want to win every game we gotta play best available. If the coaches see Macpherson better than Flanders/Rosas then thats their call. Those boys have to earn their spot.
We called for Brodie to play last year and look how it's turned out now
How do you figure? Guy came on board and got rid of the dead weight who didnt want to be there, created a competitive culture amongst a mix of well drafted and chosen talent and some experience we needed (ie Ellis and Weller ) and trained us into a team who can actually handle the ball, dont drop their heads when they're down and are actually fun to watch.Out: Dew
Bloke is the worst coach in the AFL
Four weeks would be an amazing outcome when you really think about it. We know we'll be without Witts for the Carlton game so that's just something we'll have to deal with and the next two games after that are against the Dogs and the Swans who we're unlikely to beat even if we're full strength. Then Wittsy possibly comes back into consideration for the Collingwood game, but most likely the the Saints game the following week and those two teams look beatable based on current form.rumours today is it's 4 weeks but we havent seen a credible source yet
On SM-G960W using BigFooty.com mobile appI can’t see us winning this. We always drop games like this. Hard to see who steps up and stops Walsh, Cripps, Williams etc running through the midfield.
No argument there. But as an inside midfielder he had ample of opportunities to go after Crows midfielders. By the way, I think he was one of better players. Greenwood was easily the best player in my opinion. In general, I think boys were fatigued. The same pattern every quarter - we started well but then in the last 5 min Crows scored on us.But elite in almost every other category this year