No different to what they have effectively done now with putting all of their eggs in the Grundy, DeGoey and Moore basket.I'll put my hand up and say I totally don't understand the draft points system. No idea. None. The Pies won't have a live pick until the mid 30s. Undoubtedly, someone will pick N.Daicos before then. So what will they have to give up to get N.Daicos?
I keep hearing that the Pies will be OK. Their list isn't that bad. I look at it and think it's shithouse. And whilst some might argue that Daicos is ahead of Horne, are they going to blow their entire draft wad on hoping one talented kid is their saviour?
Nup. We're on 14, they're on 20. Two wins will do. If one is against them, then we just get another - not Cats, not Swans, probably not Tigers. But if we can beat the Eagles in Perth, we can beat Carlton.We’d need to win 3 games in the run home to pass them.
Not going to happen with our draw.
He's going to get lonely.Re Dusty
"He was taken to hospital for further scans and observation, and obviously the result was a lacerated kidney, which is fairly serious, and it will mean he can’t take any further part in the season. He is not allowed to have any contact for three months."
Who even originally ran with the report everything was blowing up behind the scenes?
Yeah, no real surprise.Bet you could have guessed.
Apparently doing the ring-around of favourite ex-employees is OK this year.Former North Melbourne coach Brad Scott has emerged as a frontrunner for the vacant Collingwood coaching job, according to veteran football journalist Caroline Wilson.
Wilson told Channel 9’s Footy Classified on Wednesday night that the Magpies have made contact with Scott’s manager Craig Kelly.
Would he do it though? I know when he finished up with us he was still unwashed and wearing his north hoodie days later on AFL 360. His selfless passion for the NMFC runs deep.