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Stroppy

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Big tick from me.

Comes from my neck of the woods (North East Victoria).
Looks to have a versatile game which will help him get in the team.
Is 189 cm but still young and might get a little taller.
 

Jirik13

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Great talent, great character. The only negative - supposedly 40% chance he will do another ACL.

He will be on SEN right now.
 
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Mt Isa Mustang

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Sean Lemmens has played 93 games.
Imagine how good Elijah Holland’s will be after 93 games.
 

Sunny_

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Sean Lemmens has played 93 games.
Imagine how good Elijah Holland’s will be after 93 games.
Lemmens has done extremely well to get to 100 games, with all due respect. (thinking he will get to 100 this year).
 

Yeeted Suns

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Sean Lemmens has played 93 games.
Imagine how good Elijah Holland’s will be after 93 games.
Did Lemmens do an ACL as a junior?
 

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kreglze

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Compare him to someone like Petracca who also did an ACL as a kid. Took a few years to hit his peak, played mostly forward, but he was absolutely flying this season.
 

Supersuns

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He did his ACL back in February. Play him from the beginning.
Why risk it? High chance he can do it again so let him recover and do it slowly. St Kilda did that with Max King and its payed it off so far
 

Gorringe Can Suck One

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Why risk it? High chance he can do it again so let him recover and do it slowly. St Kilda did that with Max King and its payed it off so far
Max King reinjured his knee during his first season although I agree with taking it conservatively
 

Peel67skin

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Why risk it? High chance he can do it again so let him recover and do it slowly. St Kilda did that with Max King and its payed it off so far
He can do it again in training or scratch match like Docharthy or Thompson . ACL is all depend on your luck. Not playing him only delay the time of his luck .

No stats saying that the longer you don't play AFL , you won't do it again in training or reserve matches .

You way of saying let him recovers mean Carlton and GCS purposely put the Docharthy and Thompson ahead of their schedule and rushing their recovery .
 
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Iva Bigun

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I am actually really looking forward to watching your midfield this year..it is going to be rolled gold
If and it’s a big IF, Holland’s, Anderson and Rowell all play in the mids in the second half of the year and Luko moves forward as expected then King, Luko and Rankine are going to have a field day
 

Crow till I die

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If and it’s a big IF, Holland’s, Anderson and Rowell all play in the mids in the second half of the year and Luko moves forward as expected then King, Luko and Rankine are going to have a field day
For me id play lukosius between the arcs for the forseeable future as he is just about the best kick going and will spot up targets all day once heis fed the ball by any of those 3 mids
 

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