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hypen The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #1

Is not greater than the sum of the parts.

Question: what's the difference between Fyfe, Brayshaw, Serong and O'Meara?

Answer: nothing.

That player who creates time and space; opportunity is not there. We have never missed a player more than Mundy.

Johnson is trying to be that player and Switkowski is not used properly. We need holding midfielders who draw players out of position. Not easy I know.

A team of contested bulls falling over each other.

Switkowski goes in and Fyfe goes forward or he goes out. Good on Johnson for trying to make some plays.
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moptop The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #2

O'Meara is the least valuable of those players. Fyfe is obviously not the player he once was but his handballs out of congestion are sublime, as is his ability to strip the ball from the opposition.
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Mushroom The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #3

How many teams have a Mundy?

One. Collingwood. Pendlebury. And his hill is almost as old as Dave’s.

Young would be the closest. Chapman could be.

Mundies are rare. It’s why we were so privileged to witness it for so long and such a tragedy the festival of Mundy ended just short of, well, you know…
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Snail The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #4

I don’t which game you guys watched on Friday but several red flags fluttered in the breeze:
1. O’Mera is better foward than wing
2. Fyfe is slow and lacks foot skills
3. Until Swiz arrived our midfield looked slow, confused and handball obsessed.
4. Sonny is gone
5. We needed pace around the ground
Collingwood are a very good side
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Montrachet The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #5

fyfe is slow but is still elite at stoppages. he often purposefully draws more than one mid to tackle him before disposing which is what releases the other mids into space.
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Sloby The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #6

Hypen, you left out Young, and he is the nearest thing we have to the great Dave Mundy.

I agree that Switta should be used more often in bursts through the midfield.

I also like the idea of Jackson coming into the middle in bursts as well. Maybe we can try it if we get a comfortable lead one day?

I would love to see Sonny and Nat celebrate a Freo premiership as players, but there are legitimate concerns about both, despite their deserved legendary status.

I’m not writing either off, but we have to give opportunities to our youngsters if Sonny and Nat fail to deliver, hard as it will be to leave either out.
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Raglan Matt The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #7

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To everyone slagging off on Walters, who is going to organise the team if he is dropped? He is the general out there, and the nearest player we have had to a Gerard Neesham since, well since we started. He might not be kicking goals but look at his GA stats, and then double them for the unseen assists he provides.
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blockerhall The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #8

I'm not slagging off Walters, this is my first comment on the matter this year, but it is a problem. I've been watching him closely at home games. Take out the Adelaide game, and he has the worst form in our 22. It's as if he has forgotten how to play the game. He is running to wrong positions, calls for the ball when he shouldn't, and unforgivably providing Iess pressure in the forward line than we should be expecting. Tongue-in-cheek he has free kick game only at present, and that doesn't cut it.

Although he doesn't have a ready-made replacement, I think you can consider Simpson, or JOM further forward and shuffle Raz or Brodie into the mix. I personally would drop him this week, but maybe Alice Springs before a bye is a chance to shine once more. I'm watching this space with interest.
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Noddy The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #9

I think at a professional level the idea is to play your best team each week. We’re simply not doing that and you won’t do well following that path.

Reward form.
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hypen The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #10

Yes Mundy was unique in how good he was. However my point about midfielders making plays as distinct from handing off responsibility (that's what it seems like) remains. Warner and Heeney make plays, again top talent. Even Cam Guthrie and Switta, watch them create. A clever kick, side step, drawing the man. Not enough of that from some of our lads.

The other thing. Is there a worse play at night team in the competition than Fremantle? Slipping, fumbling was all on display last night again.
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Noddy The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #11

We’ve 20-30 very good players on our list, maybe a few more. Are we underachieving? After playing the Swans and injury ridden Pies, I think we are.
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Gumnut The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #12

Many are overlooking the claims of young excitement machine Jack Delean, another 2 goals on the weekend as a possible replacement in the forward line and the obvious one Patrick Voss. Our forward line functioned a whole lot better with him in it and even though he is a tall option he applied as much defensive pressure as some of our smaller forwards. Either as a reluctant replacement for Amiss or as an accomplice the Collingwood defenders would not have been flexing their muscles as much if he had been there on Friday night. I love Jye but the fact cannot be ignored that he contributed nothing after he had that free kick given against him just before quarter time.
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Morgan The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #13

I remember when Stephen Hill was a skinny kid and other teams used to target him. He really struggled to break the tag because he didn't have the physical strength to push past them. He also wasn't afforded the protection of the 'big names' in the competition. He learned to work through it, but you can't do that in the WAFL where he could just run away from people. He had to take his lumps with the big boys.

Jye is going though the same thing now as a forward. Teams are manhandling him, and I reckon he's super frustrated and it's affecting other parts of his game. Again, I don't think he can learn to work through that in the WAFL.

If he's mentally or physically buggered from being beaten up, then by all means give him a week off, but if he can play, then I think he has to play in the seniors.
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The Real Magicman The whole 1 month 2 weeks ago #14

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Young Johnson hasn't adapted to AFL level as yet and I think he needs to go back to Peel to work on a few things. Perhaps play him Full Forward and where he can learn to emulate his namesake Big Bob?
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