Yet to see any player drop the ball in any other direction that down. Sure some look better at it than others but in all my years watching footy I have not seen a player defy physics.Impressed with the direction of the club because it matches the direction of his ball drop
I like you’re attitude, seemed like a well respected young man and gave it his best, good luck to himStill reckon Ainsworth will be a very good mid at WAFL level. He showed promising signs as an on-ball player in his first year, particularly as an inside mid with his ability to get the ball out into space, but things went downhill the more we tried to get him to become something he's simply not. Seems like he gave it everything he had to make it work at the Eagles. Hope he has a great career at Perth.
Jokes aside and on a more serious note.
This actually says a lot about the disparity of the State of the AFL at the minute.
The plonkers at the AFL couldn’t organise a piss up at a brewery.
The fact that they have left Freo to “wallow in the mire” for decades now is a embarrasment and a disservice to WA football.
No point having a team in the competition if it’s a perennial basket case, those entrusted to run the AFL should get off their arses and put some change into the system to lift Freo out of the mire.
What goes a long way to underpinnings any teams chances of onfield competitiveness and success is it’s recruitment and player retention and how the talent is developed.
Clearly something is amiss here and the AFL need to rectify the problem ASAP.
On the plus side ..... I won’t hold my breath.