Clearly there are no actual rules about how the nominations are done. I suspect whoever is in charge of the nominations has a group of players they think might be the best for the year and then they nominate one each week based on who played ok that round.
That 2001 Brownlow match was 3 Votes - Riccuito (5 goals) 2 Votes Stevens (5 Goals) 1 Vote Perrie (5 goals) Macca should have at least got 2 votes though.There's good and bad about this. Finally, after 30 years of this sh*t, the players are speaking out.
We all Know the brown low mcleod was ribbed of, they fixed the votes. We know Erin Phillips was aa captain in the first year, but had to give it to a victorian.
We know that Studley should of been in the hall of fame years ago.
The mrp and media targeting walker...
Alousi was right when he called it a pissant Town, and finally we are seeing change
But Travis boak speaking up and not our captain? Don't know what to make of that.
And they all got those goals, because of him. One of the most dominant games ever by a mid. He only needed half those possessions to own a game. Umpires knew how he was tallying.That 2001 Brownlow match was 3 Votes - Riccuito (5 goals) 2 Votes Stevens (5 Goals) 1 Vote Perrie (5 goals) Macca should have at least got 2 votes though.
If you follow it closely it's actually been a joke for a while (possibly since it first came about, I haven't followed it that long).This award lacks credibility after this.
Probably because Quaynor is a second year playerCollingwood have nominated Trey Rusco as their best first year player for the AFL Player's Association Awards. So disrespectful of Isaac Quaynor. It's disgusting to see a football club having a go at a kid after his rising star nomination. What a toxic club culture. SHAME!
Last 2 rounds voting is held back, ridiculous really because Trav Boak would have to have have 2 B.O.G's and Lachie Neale not score a single vote for him to be beaten.