R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby wedgetail » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:10 am

Mc Farlane also goal of the week contender. Valuable addition to the side. 20 goal turn around from the first game.
Lonergan under-rated, he does a lot of clever clearance work and body positioning. Hayes back to his best. Thompson faultless display.
Tsitas must be in the running for the MM. Always under the eyes of the umps.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby MJP1993 » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:13 am

wedgetail wrote:Mc Farlane also goal of the week contender. Valuable addition to the side. 20 goal turn around from the first game.
Lonergan under-rated, he does a lot of clever clearance work and body positioning. Hayes back to his best. Thompson faultless display.
Tsitas must be in the running for the MM. Always under the eyes of the umps.


Totally agree Tsitas took Hartlet apart at times yesterday
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby whybother » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:30 am

I thought that the purpose of AFL reserve side in SANFL was to train/nurture young players on the way to AFL glory. So they are they playing/played old 30+ players with no AFL future? Yesterday there were 3 in that category, which could have allowed 3 much younger community top up players to get SANFL experience. Oh yes, I forgot. They want some silverware for the cabinet. Its been a long, long time since the dusty cups had some companions.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby MJP1993 » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:45 am

whybother wrote:I thought that the purpose of AFL reserve side in SANFL was to train/nurture young players on the way to AFL glory. So they are they playing/played old 30+ players with no AFL future? Yesterday there were 3 in that category, which could have allowed 3 much younger community top up players to get SANFL experience. Oh yes, I forgot. They want some silverware for the cabinet. Its been a long, long time since the dusty cups had some companions.


Well said Port using the draft to top up their sanfl side with older AFL players
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby goddy11 » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:55 am

wedgetail wrote:Mc Farlane also goal of the week contender. Valuable addition to the side. 20 goal turn around from the first game.
Lonergan under-rated, he does a lot of clever clearance work and body positioning. Hayes back to his best. Thompson faultless display.
Tsitas must be in the running for the MM. Always under the eyes of the umps.

I was sitting in the cricket club and the Zane Williams goal would have made Eddie Betts proud. Stengel's goal at the same end wasn't bad either .
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby gazzamagoo » Sun Jun 13, 2021 12:39 pm

Serious question.
What's wrong with Dan Menzel.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby Dutchy » Sun Jun 13, 2021 5:10 pm

whybother wrote:I thought that the purpose of AFL reserve side in SANFL was to train/nurture young players on the way to AFL glory. So they are they playing/played old 30+ players with no AFL future? Yesterday there were 3 in that category, which could have allowed 3 much younger community top up players to get SANFL experience. Oh yes, I forgot. They want some silverware for the cabinet. Its been a long, long time since the dusty cups had some companions.


I dont like Port at all, but the theory that they are recruiting older blokes to win the SANFL flag is fanciful, they actually don't care about the Magpies and the SANFL, other than development needs.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby StrayDog » Sun Jun 13, 2021 6:45 pm

Dutchy wrote:
whybother wrote:I thought that the purpose of AFL reserve side in SANFL was to train/nurture young players on the way to AFL glory. So they are they playing/played old 30+ players with no AFL future? Yesterday there were 3 in that category, which could have allowed 3 much younger community top up players to get SANFL experience. Oh yes, I forgot. They want some silverware for the cabinet. Its been a long, long time since the dusty cups had some companions.


I dont like Port at all, but the theory that they are recruiting older blokes to win the SANFL flag is fanciful, they actually don't care about the Magpies and the SANFL, other than development needs.

Well, yeah. In terms of return for investment or outlay, it's hard to see how any club wouldn't use recruiting options with the ultimate aim of maximising the positive impact of that investment or spending where it matters most to them. Like any other sensible business decision.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby Booney » Tue Jun 15, 2021 5:14 pm

Dutchy wrote:Port play a horrible game plan, just dont back their talent.

Sam Hayes would be one of the best ruckmen in the game at any level atm


It's very, very thin in the bottom 7 or 8, talent.


In good nick and ready to step in when he's called up
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby gazzamagoo » Tue Jun 15, 2021 5:33 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:Serious question.
What's wrong with Dan Menzel.

In court again?
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby TDJ44 » Tue Jun 15, 2021 5:41 pm

goddy11 wrote:
wedgetail wrote:Mc Farlane also goal of the week contender. Valuable addition to the side. 20 goal turn around from the first game.
Lonergan under-rated, he does a lot of clever clearance work and body positioning. Hayes back to his best. Thompson faultless display.
Tsitas must be in the running for the MM. Always under the eyes of the umps.

I was sitting in the cricket club and the Zane Williams goal would have made Eddie Betts proud. Stengel's goal at the same end wasn't bad either .

I'm surprised that Williams was able to play after that terrible jaw injury from the previous week .
He was listed in the Eagles injury list with a jaw injury from the Hoskin incident.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby goddy11 » Tue Jun 15, 2021 7:14 pm

gazzamagoo wrote:
gazzamagoo wrote:Serious question.
What's wrong with Dan Menzel.

In court again?


Nasty :) :twisted:

The SANFL have him with a quad injury and a test required. Bye this week

https://sanfl.com.au/league/news/austra ... -round-10/
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby Dutchy » Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:38 am

Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:Port play a horrible game plan, just dont back their talent.

Sam Hayes would be one of the best ruckmen in the game at any level atm


It's very, very thin in the bottom 7 or 8, talent.


In good nick and ready to step in when he's called up


He needs to be playing AFL, push might come to shove at the end of the year if he isnt
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby Booney » Wed Jun 16, 2021 11:40 am

Dutchy wrote:
Booney wrote:
Dutchy wrote:Port play a horrible game plan, just dont back their talent.

Sam Hayes would be one of the best ruckmen in the game at any level atm


It's very, very thin in the bottom 7 or 8, talent.


In good nick and ready to step in when he's called up


He needs to be playing AFL, push might come to shove at the end of the year if he isnt


2 years left on a deal, would need to be a very good offer from someone.
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Re: R10 Eagles v Port Saturday 1435

Postby MJP1993 » Wed Jun 16, 2021 2:46 pm

Saw this on Facebook had no idea so I’ve copied it


This weeks Coles Value player was Jack of all trades
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