- Sep 22, 2014
- AFL Club
Agreed.The benefits of the younger players stringing a number of games together to build consistency and getting a group of players continually playing together (hopefully without many injuries) will build more cohesion as well.I kind of feel like the past is the past. It's a delicate mix though. We can't have a team of noobs without the experienced players to teach them the ropes. On the other hand, we need to get games into the players such as BZT that have been on the list for a number of years to see whether they can make ie.
Hooker, Hurley, Zaka are not the future. Do we play them due to experience and guidence or do we throw the younger players to the wolves and see if they have what it takes? IDK!.
We do have a few players showing promise atm, i dont think dropping them is the answer.