To be a premiership player you have to be in a side that plays in one agreed. I think Zorks has been underestimated since he set foot in the place.I'd have him in the side for all 3 GF wins.
Dayne Zorko in.
2001- Tim Notting out.
2002- Aaron Shattock out.
2003- Richard Hadley out.
Too much emphasis should not be placed on grand final wins when determining the greatness of a player IMO, plenty of great players never played in a flag side eg. Tony Lockett, Gary Ablett Snr, Nick Reiwoldt, Robert Harvey, Kevin Murray, Bernie Quinlan.
A loyal servant who's had to carry us sometimes when we were weak. I'd love to have seen him in a good side when he was in his prime.
But he still has an outstanding record . I'm as guilty as anyone else of thinking players of older eras were better. Collingwood probably should have beaten us in 2002 and most of the players in their side that day are long forgotten ,many not really rated. So it's a fine line between legendary status and just a good player at times . I can't see any way Zorko wouldn't have been a gun player in 2000- 4 and a triple premiership player. Just my opinion.