TOPIC: Treacy who would have thought

The_Yeti Treacy who would have thought 1 month 6 days ago #127

The_Yeti
Well, so much for Treacy going home.

He's just signed a two year extension.

Do any of Suma's predictions ever happen?
Egurls Suck!
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purple kit Treacy who would have thought 1 month 6 days ago #128

purple kit
Best news I’ve heard in a long time!
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hypen Treacy who would have thought 1 month 6 days ago #129

hypen
Think the contract might have a little upgrade onto the main list clause any time soon. Belly, will be looking for someone to chop to make room. Literally, today he was sniffing around injured players with an axe over his shoulder. Looked like a Smurf.
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Walter the baker Treacy who would have thought 1 month 6 days ago #130

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slammen Treacy who would have thought 1 month 6 days ago #131

slammen
I think Stephen Hills days are numbered, I think he'll pull the pin in about 4-6 weeks.

Great player for the club but his body is done. Treacy can have his spot.
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hypen Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #132

hypen
He's my favourite player. I think he should keep playing but try and get into a better injury management system.
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shane Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #133

shane
Or what if they tried weighting his football talent a bit higher and his fitness capacity a bit less and see if they could get some use out of him.
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pollyanna Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #134

pollyanna
This all started when the coaching and conditioning staff forced him to kick the majority of his disposals off the wrongun. It seemed stupid to me at the time - why sacrifice such an exquisite left foot for a bunch of scrubbers that could end up anywhere. But they persisted and his soft tissue injuries started to compound to a point where he couldn't get onto the paddock. Stephen Hill was perhaps the most watchable and skillful player to put on a Freo jumper - I'm still hopeful for the bloke.

Do you think I'm wrong? Go back and look at the game tapes.

Damn that fool RoLy and his bunch of yes men.
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hypen Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #135

hypen
The problem was when they took a naturally strong but skinny player and tried to turn him into Adam Mcphee. Just another we've churned through.
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purple kit Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #136

purple kit
That was my take on it Hypen, they took an F1 car and decided to beef it up so it could handle the battering a backman was expected to take, they had created a turning car but the clutch keeps overheating because it was never designed for that much weight.
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Raglan Matt Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #137

Raglan Matt
Yeah, Polly, it ranks alongside the Medhurst experiment for stupidity, why make someone who never gets caught anyway, practise kicking on his wrong foot? (The lunacy of it was proven when opponents started catching him.)
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Blue1red1 Treacy who would have thought 1 month 5 days ago #138

Blue1red1
Hypen, they are trying weird experiments up the road too and that is not going well. Exhibit A: J. Waterman, he was going to be the new merch seller, turns out everyone has forgotten footy before October 31st.
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