The bloke from what the commentators on TV were saying was he was absolutely running guts out on the weekend, just wasn't been able to put it together. Have faith in Alex he will get it together. Only needs to snag 2 goals a week to be doing his job.
It does not look like Rankine is homesick Another family moving up the Coast?
"I haven't been homesick so far and I don't think I will be. I love it up here so much. I miss my family, but I'd rather they move up here than me go back if anything," he said.
"It's a bit better up here, it's more laid back, you don't get hassled and it's a good place for football to thrive and become really big on the coast. I'm happy to help do that and get around to communities."
If people paid any attention it would not be any surprise that Fiorini is having a great year.
I must admit he has gone beyond what I expected, but I'm not overly surprised.
Has been a ball magnet literally from his first two games.
Suns leader Brayden Fiorini says midfield must take ownership of loss to Port Adelaide
Gold Coast sit in 16th at 3-6 while Geelong have dropped just one game.
“It couldn’t come at a better time,” Fiorini said of the test.
“We will be hungry to bounce back from this disappointing second half last week.
“We will train hard through the week. We have played pretty well at home so we will try and start the game really well and see if we can jump them.”
"I find we're always projecting out and trying to make decisions today for what you want the footy club to look like in two to three years."
Dew knows there is a legacy of players leaving the Suns, and no finals appearances, across their history but said that had shifted, and the club was making plans to attract free agents by next year.
"We're really confident that when we get players here now, they'll love the place – both the club, the environment, and living here. And see it as a place where we can get the most out of their footy."