- May 12, 2018
- AFL Club
- Gold Coast
Not worried about missing out on him in terms of expected on-field output, just concerned we can't sell the vision of the future, even with a significant overpay.Agree, we can’t even attract the oldest guy in the league
As someone that thought it was a mistake to chase old man river I am sighing with relief
Nice find. thanks for posting......a lot of food for thought there and I hope our mob keep searching for our "Luke Hodge" equivalent.Season 2019 was another horror year for Gold Coast, which finished bottom of the ladder. ESPN's draft expert Chris Doerre has looked at how the club with so much promise got it all so wrong, and how it might be fixed.www.espn.com.au
By Knightmare, one of the top draft watchers in BF.
Indeed. I think there's hope, there are plenty of veterans around the league to aim for. The top guys are from presently successful clubs like Cotchin, Selwood, Hurn and Pendlebury, but there are plenty of guys from lower clubs too like Boak, Gray, Mundy, JPK, Smith and Taylor.Nice find. thanks for posting......a lot of food for thought there and I hope our mob keep searching for our "Luke Hodge" equivalent.
THE Gold Coast Suns will replace Melbourne as the “home’’ team when AFL premiership matches return to Darwin next year.
The Suns will fill the void with a one-off game that is expected to grow as their association with Territory football begins to intensify.
Now Suns hope to warm the hearts of Territorians with an inaugural game in the Top End next year and more in 2021.
Their eyes are on the big number of untapped talent running around in the NTFL, CAFL and the Tiwi Islands.
Their next generation academy program is expected to embrace young Territorians.
Where'd you get that from? It says one game in 2020 and "more" in 2021.So 1 game every 2 years? That's not that bad. Hopefully the formal announcement will include some NT concessions. Good area to grow members.