It's not as if ruckmen & kicking have ever been associated highly in football.I remember early in his career, Goldy had great skills. His skills now by foot and his awareness are shocking.
His kicking has got to a stage where he should handball at all times.
We used to have Garry Lyon Craig Kelly Peter Schwab and Peter Rohde and Neale Daniher at ours. Daniher infrequent cos he was coach of MFC at the time. And Neil Balme - forgot him.Just how many prominent AFL figures do you meet at Auskick TT?? I'm not fully convinced that you're not some sort of conglomerate of about 10 different posters merged into one omnipotent moderator.
Richmond is right up there. When I was working there they had a 'rebel' cheer squad called The Grog Squad. Used to stand at M1/M2 behind the goals on Punt Rd end. Bunch of animals.Mate of mine works at the G on game days. Reckons the worst match for crowd behaviour is St Kilda v Richmond.
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From the VFL, excluding defence, Curtis Taylor is the only available player who could come in, if he’s not injured. He is something very special, it has to be said. Not a replacement for our mids, though. If Garner was available, he would be in 10000%.Who replaces him though?
From the VFL, excluding defence, Curtis Taylor is the only available player who could come in, if he’s not injured. He is something very special, it has to be said. Not a replacement for our mids, though. If Garner was available, he would be in 10000%.
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That had more to do with the Saints really giving it a red hot go. The slope in Blundstone is a huge factor too.We were 46 at one stage but didn’t put the foot down to blow the floodgate open. Still room for improvement. More killer instinct.
Dumont was Dumont. He always takes up the slack. LDU was a tad flat, Mason was injured, Jed appeared to be managed and Turner was a little quiet. Trent patched over all of that, I think.Froggy was good today. Particularly in the first half.
The tempo of the match suited him.
Was that the classic game against Melbourne in Tassie that went to the wire?It was mentioned in the commentary that it was the first time since 2015 that we've had two players kick five goals in the same match.
2015: Goldstein (aged 27); Harvey (37)
2019: Zurhaar and Larkey - both 21
Strap yourselves in, folks.
Yep - https://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/2016/111220160410.htmlWas that the classic game against Melbourne in Tassie that went to the wire?
Goldy is having a great year. Reckon he's been genuinely beaten maybe once and has shaded quite a few "better" players. That kick off the square into his man though, that's a Goldy special. It's one he does fairly regularly when he doesn't back off enough, hardly a hanging offence thoughBTW, Goldy led the hit outs to advantage 9 to 3 at half time (the actual period of the game where we won the match).
He's being undersold a bit, but that's par for the course over the past few years.
It was 2016 though, not 2015.Yep - https://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/2016/111220160410.html
We led by 36 at QT, behind by 7 at HT. They kicked the last two goals and we hung on by 5.