Gollant kicking a goal on Murray.Who is that at 4:00 with the push/mark and goal? That was sweet.
Based on what we heard about his injury last year, it was a given that he would have a managed preseason. At the very best an eased workload into the Xmas break. Playing him with a problematic late into the year in the 2s was seriously demented player management. He was very struggling with lack of power in the 2s, so even if a midfield spot opened up in the 1s, he'd have been utterly hopeless anyway. Hopefully these kind of crap practices are behind us with Burgo on board.Did I miss it or is Hatley still in the injured group?
No doubt he's going to be a third tall (I think it's safe to rule out any switches to wing or half back), but Fogarty and Himmelberg are also going to be third talls in whatever set up we settle on. After all, our 1 and 2 are Tex and Thilthorpe.In your World maybe but he's always going to be a 3rd tall HF/HB/Winger type in the real World.
Nothing else is really what Fogarty offered this year (and really his whole career). No link up play, no contested marking threat, no defense.
Yup. It's a very similar profile to McGovern where the kid has everything to a good degree (though his goalkicking needs a bit of work to clean up). Even a smidge of x-factor to his ground game, thinking back to a couple of shots he took in the Glenelg game.Plays a niche role. Might find a spot depending on how we want to structure things without Tex
I haven't actually seen him much. Handful of games where he's seemed a mark only player. Does he offer much at ground level and defensively?
Borlase was hanging in there but Fish and Frampton were left behind.