Who Will Win The 2021 Premiership

Who will win the Premiership


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Grin

Brownlow Medallist
Feb 8, 2006
15,043
17,704
Port Adelaide
AFL Club
Richmond
I remember last year a Richmond injury depleted side lost a fairly close encounter to Port, who played what many of their supporters claimed was their best game in 3 years, I had a sh*t eating grin on the train all the way home, despite being given plenty of sh*t at the time. It was after that game that I realised that the premiership was Richmond's for the taking.
I have a similar feeling now.
 

raskolnikov

Premium Platinum
Apr 1, 2002
31,740
26,636
Cap Coast
AFL Club
Essendon
Other Teams
Lions, Suns
I remember last year a Richmond injury depleted side lost a fairly close encounter to Port, who played what many of their supporters claimed was their best game in 3 years, I had a sh*t eating grin on the train all the way home, despite being given plenty of sh*t at the time. It was after that game that I realised that the premiership was Richmond's for the taking.
I have a similar feeling now.
Good for you. I have a feeling that Essendon are going to win the next five flags in a row.
 

Gavin Excell

Hall of Famer
Apr 22, 2007
34,930
39,617
Bentleigh
AFL Club
Geelong
I remember last year a Richmond injury depleted side lost a fairly close encounter to Port, who played what many of their supporters claimed was their best game in 3 years, I had a sh*t eating grin on the train all the way home, despite being given plenty of sh*t at the time. It was after that game that I realised that the premiership was Richmond's for the taking.
I have a similar feeling now.
Do you think tigers can win it without finishing top4?
 

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Vassp

Club Legend
Jun 30, 2018
2,986
4,873
AFL Club
Richmond
This is the most competitive season I can remember, there are 7 teams that can genuinely win the flag? When was the last time it was this tight?
IN no order.....
Melb.
Dogs.
Geel.
Bris.
W/C.
Tigs.
Port.

It's going to come down to who has the most resilience to overcome injuries and find form at the right time of the year. also, experience and belief are majors.
 

worldlylizard19

Debutant
Sep 23, 2012
125
208
AFL Club
Geelong
This is the most competitive season I can remember, there are 7 teams that can genuinely win the flag? When was the last time it was this tight?
IN no order.....
Melb.
Dogs.
Geel.
Bris.
W/C.
Tigs.
Port.

It's going to come down to who has the most resilience to overcome injuries and find form at the right time of the year. also, experience and belief are majors.
Melb have to lose a couple of games before it can be called the most competitive season in a while.
 

Rob R

Club Legend
Aug 17, 2009
2,512
2,487
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Bulldogs or maybe Bris/Richmond. Geelong will fall over, Melb is Melb, Port are overrated and struggle away from Adelaide. WC not convincing although will know more once they get players back.

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Roobs321

Norm Smith Medallist
Apr 28, 2008
9,621
6,476
AFL Club
West Coast
Other Teams
Arsenal Kilmarnock
I can’t envision WCE going all the way. As an Eagle, every season we’ve made the granny has been a year we’ve finished easy top 2. The exception is 1992 when we stank in the first several rounds and got there from 4th.
 

Rotayjay

Norm Smith Medallist
Aug 28, 2014
9,153
16,303
Adelaide, South Australia
AFL Club
Adelaide
Richmond are not exactly setting the world on fire, but they are an established good side coming off back-to-back premierships. In September I think their experience and maturity will shine through. Nevertheless, if they don't make the top 4, I'm not sure even Richmond would have the hunger to win four finals in a row. So I just went for the easy option and picked the Bulldogs.
 

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