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Nov 18, 2020
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Well, there isn’t a boat load of Docker data to deliver but scraping the bottom of the news barrel isn’t beyond us in an effort to put a Restump Podcast episode together.

In this episode we wonder the material impact Fyfey’s shoulder may have on the team. However, in some way the positive silver lining, should Fyfe’s complications continue, may well be further leadership and captaincy grooming for Andy Brayshaw.

It may not be the send off game we all so desperately wanted but we’re making the trek to Gin Gin to see Hilly go around once more next year. We’re not afraid to say we need some closure.

The AGM is coming up and we outline points of discussion we’d like raised.

Jason Webber is recommending Neil Erasmus to Fremantle. Does that raise any red flags? The boys are back on the training track and a few of them, Freddy in particular, appear as though they’ve returned in super nick.

We talk father son prospects and who we’re most looking keenly on as future possibilities and skin fold tests are out because the entire world is offended by everything. Closing us out the “Ask Jojo” segment returns with another intriguing question being put to the great man.

We’re having a bit of fun with the offseason pods just trying to bridge the Docker divide between now and round one 2022. So, if your desperate for some purple noise… and you’ve exhausted all other audio options… bung this in your ears and click play.






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Nov 18, 2020
85
15
AFL Club
Fremantle
On this special episode of The Restump Podcast we’re pleased to bring you a bit of a draft preview chat with the ever generous and knowledgeable, the West Australian Sport’s Jordan McArdle.

Jordan attends more community football than anyone in his endeavours to bring insightful content to the public and we’re extremely grateful he has donated some of his time to share it with us.

So, if you’re a draft enthusiast, particularly of the Freo fan variety, click play and have a listen to what we believe is an informative, entertaining and enjoyable chat.

Apparently, while further investigations will be conducted, the Chief was at lunch and didn’t get the call up in time. So, on this occasion it’s a couple of intelligent Big Macs talking a draft over a draught.






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Nov 18, 2020
85
15
AFL Club
Fremantle
The Rolling Stones said "You can’t always get what you want." Well tonight, was one of those occasions that we did! We’re all pretty excited about the purple picks so it’s time to Restump Podcast the new Docker deliveries mid-draft.

There wouldn’t be too many, if any, Fremantle fans that have come away at the half way point in the draft disappointed. The Freo draft team held their nerve and got what they were after.

Jye Amiss at pick 8 and Neil Erasmus at pick 10 both potentially fill specific needs in the build. That leads us to pick 21 and what to do? Is it a clean take of Matt Johnson or does Belly field compelling offers from opponents after the valuable selection position just become extremely more valuable!

The strategic plan was released and Simon Garlic promised 8 premierships in the next four years and a million billion members! But better than that, the anchor is making a comeback!

Don’t let the draft day buzz die, so bung this in your ears and click play. But as always, be cautious listening while driving… we’ve put insomniacs to sleep before!






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Nov 18, 2020
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Fremantle
With the entire world in disarray and seemingly crumbling around us, could Justin Longmuir and his band of builders be the construction heroes the universe needs right now?



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Nov 18, 2020
85
15
AFL Club
Fremantle
On his current injury / incident rate, it is safe to say Hayden might not be so Young by the time he gets to string a season of games together. Never a dull Docker moment at Purple Park so its time to Restump Podcast all the latest happenings.

We previously wrapped up the first day of the draft but now we look at the productive day two.

Stone Henge and Matthew Johnson sliding to pick 21…. two eternal mysteries! With Mundy’s somewhat foreseeable retirement and the now risks of Fyfey’s longevity, we’ve potentially filled future needs with Erasmus and Johnson, who may receive the baton when required.

We couldn’t be more excited about Eric “Roy” Benning’s prospects in years to come. Is there a bit of the Clem Michaels or the Paddy Ryders about him? We can only hope so.

And lastly, did we potentially pick up our much-needed winger, Karl Worner, in the Rookie draft? He might need a little polish on his long kicking game but it looks like he has the skills, the clean hands, the overhead marking capabilities and the tank to potentially be our Ed Langdon replacement.

In non-draft news, Hayden Young suffered a small setback which must be frustrating him. Sadly, the Irishman, Ultan Kelm, is no longer coming out to be rookie listed. Apparently he didn’t want to do the six months quarantine ordered by Emperor McGowan!

Round one fixtures are out and we’re off to South Australia on a Sunday afternoon to play what should be an interesting and potentially tricky game against the Crows.

Sean Darcy is apparently in better nick than he has ever been, David ‘Old Man’ Mundy begins the journey to his 19 season and we have a chat about coach JL and a possible contract extension.

All that and we bring it home with another “Ask Jojo” episode.

So, if you’re bored and looking for some entertainment to get you through the down times…. let us know if you find a podcast that provides it. Meanwhile click play on this one and kill some time.






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