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Please post the team line up you want to see.So Hartley and Howe hey... fu** that's inspiring.
Que the, he's not ready crew... but hey, we will still lose playing known guys that aren't taking us forward... which is important im told.
Love our rebuild concept.
Do you know what all those teams you mentioned do more than us? They win.when is Minchington getting a game? we still dont know if he is good enough?
but in all seriousness, the match committee are only focussed on this week, they have no desire to develop for the future, i dont agree with it, but thats what they are doing anyway..... frustrating isnt it? oh and expect the "we are too young, we're developing the kids ect ect ect" yea 1 or 2 at a time, MEANWHILE at Port, StKilda, Melbourne, Richmond, Fremantle, Sydney..... they know how to recruit and have faith in their future.
but then again our list is not inspiring many people atm, only Brockman is putting his hand up for more AFL games.
Yes they are the best marking forward side in the comp. TOB is out so we needed to bring a tall defender in. Hartley is no world beater but who is the alternative?Kennedy - 196cm
Darling - 191cm
Allen - 194cm
Naitanui - 201cm
Williams - 199cm
....and people wonder why we pick Hartley (198cm defender - who performed better than quite a few in the team against Fremantle) to replace TOB?
If he doesn’t play, then Scrimshaw has to play on Naitanui or Allen. We all know how that would go.....
I'd like to see Howe blocking for Mitchell who feeds Wingard.Looking forward to Howe playing more of an inside role with JOM injured. If he's winning 1st possession and dishing it out to Wingard, Impey, Morrison etc I suspect we'll be quite competitive. Very few of our players have a physical presence like Howey
Howe missed the first half of last season plus the preceding pre season due to a foot injury. It took him the rest of the covid interrupted season to gain fitness.Can't wait to watch Howe get done HTB Numerous times and telegraph all his kicks into the middle