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03MAR22: Isaac Heeney interview/SEN

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04MAR22: Isaac Heeney interview/SEN Morning show

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Heeney podcast interview with Kane Cornes & David King at the bottom of the article.

JPK will be doing a Hewett down back role a bit it seems this year, providing we have all we need in the middle. Seems to be tactic if the mid is leaving maybe? Indicates JPK's last year I feel.

Now we're in trouble, King has gone big on Swans.:tongueoutv1:

 
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Heeney podcast interview with Kane Cornes & David King at the bottom of the article.

JPK will be doing a Hewett down back role a bit it seems this year, providing we have all we need in the middle. Seems to be tactic if the mid is leaving maybe? Indicates JPK's last year I feel.

Now we're in trouble, King has gone big on Swans.:tongueoutv1:

Shouldn't have to do Hewetts role he should be still with us
 

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Heeney podcast interview with Kane Cornes & David King at the bottom of the article.

JPK will be doing a Hewett down back role a bit it seems this year, providing we have all we need in the middle. Seems to be tactic if the mid is leaving maybe? Indicates JPK's last year I feel.

Now we're in trouble, King has gone big on Swans.:tongueoutv1:

I hope we won't see JPK down back. Unlike Hewett, Ziebell or Heppell he's not fast nor agile enough for that kind of role full time.
Better I hope that he changes his role within the midfield rotation, which we know he can do effectively. Then he can step in when needed.
You're probably right that this is his last year.
 

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I hope we won't see JPK down back. Unlike Hewett, Ziebell or Heppell he's not fast nor agile enough for that kind of role full time.
Better I hope that he changes his role within the midfield rotation, which we know he can do effectively. Then he can step in when needed.
You're probably right that this is his last year.

I expect he will want to go on next year.
 
04MAR22: Swans 2022 preview/The Roar

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Kinda sad when Swans own website don't know what number their players were drafted. Apparently Heeney was pick 5 in 2014 draft now. Hands down he is better than De Goey though.

 

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Great John Longmire interview


I am hoping when he says JPK's role/position is gonna be flexible that it's more Late Career Jude than Late Career Kizza. Pretty much as soon as Jack was shifted out of the main midfield mix and spent more time forward and on the wing, the end came pretty quickly for him (albeit injuries didn't help either.)
 
06MAR22: Swans v North Match Reports/Multiple

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I'll keep adding to this post as the articles become available



 
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07MAR22: Weekend Outtakes/Fox Footy

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They’re not standing still


It could be tempting not to change too much after such an impressive year in 2021, but there seems to be plenty of change on the horizon in 2022. Paddy McCartin’s inclusion looks seamless so far in defence, while Justin McInerney has stepped into the hole left by Jordan Dawson with ease. Interestingly, Josh Kennedy looked to be rotating through both halfback and a wing, seemingly helping the side retain the one-two punch it had with Dawson and McInerney. There are several positional changes and virtually all of them appear to be boosting an already daunting side to face.


 
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They’re not standing still


It could be tempting not to change too much after such an impressive year in 2021, but there seems to be plenty of change on the horizon in 2022. Paddy McCartin’s inclusion looks seamless so far in defence, while Justin McInerney has stepped into the hole left by Jordan Dawson with ease. Interestingly, Josh Kennedy looked to be rotating through both halfback and a wing, seemingly helping the side retain the one-two punch it had with Dawson and McInerney. There are several positional changes and virtually all of them appear to be boosting an already daunting side to face.

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