- Sep 18, 2013
- AFL Club
This is quite the get! Go you Tiger
its such a weapon to kick on both feet. I think of Leon Cameron and Sam Mitchell. The way they could shift the defence by kicking it either side is a great weapon. Hopefully he’s that good on the bootAnother write up compared his playing style and ability on both feet to Ackermanis..if that's even remotely true I'll be stoked
It's criminal coaches don't encourage kicking on the non preferred side .its such a weapon to kick on both feet. I think of Leon Cameron and Sam Mitchell. The way they could shift the defence by kicking it either side is a great weapon. Hopefully he’s that good on the boot
Broady does it a bit I’ve noticed. He’s not a penetrating kick on his non preferred but it does catch the defence out when he does it
Agree completely, also allows a quicker kick when oppo think they have you with another step. Took me way too long to understand that as a player. Leads can often be honoured quicker in better space too. It's a weapon!
I dunno, but it keeps happening. Balta 25, Edwards 26, Bolton 29. Not averse to the late 20’s multi-flag exponent in the rookie draft either, Castagna 29.Seriously how does a kid with this much talent slide to 28.
Try finding dual side players to.Sometimes you watch a highlight and package and you see some fantastic play but maybe they are playing against snails that make them look good. Then you see guys with class.
This guy just looks a cut above most others on this draft year. Look at the decision making and surety in his kicking.