Thought I'd just come back and clarify that, although I have been firm in advocating that RFC doesn't need to take the risks on Harley at all, I'm happy for the guy to get another (final) chance. I just don't see him as a wise investment though.Perfect fit. Another Xerox-attempting club.
one was drafted as an elite 18yo and has had 10 years in the AFL system, long enough to be booted by 2 clubs, but not long enough to show he has matured enough to stay out of trouble, or learn how to manage his calves (may not be his fault- but injuries and poor preparation often go hand in hand. it wouldnt be much of a stretch to say he has gotten into some sort of trouble most years he has been in the system. and he hasnt played consistent footy at any level for about 5 years.the similarities
both play AFL
Had legal issues
Both on the open market (at different times)
Really good footballers
it’s quite enough to launch a discussion comparing them.
How about hogan. Most overrated player in the comp.Good old Melbourne. They’ve probably made some of the worst draft debacles in recent times. Jack Watts at #1, then using #1 & #2 on Scully and Trengove. They escape the same sort of criticism we got for selecting Tambling ahead of Buddy, yet they had 2 chances to draft Dusty and didn’t take either of them.
Geez. The bloke was barely doing any training yet, still doing rehab n strengthening after the last lot of whizz bang surgery that supposedly fixed his problems. If he's done some damage again under minimal loads then he'd have to be cooked.Hurt his calf again according to the HUN
But they say it's only minorGeez. The bloke was barely doing any training yet, still doing rehab n strengthening after the last lot of whizz bang surgery that supposedly fixed his problems. If he's done some damage again under minimal loads then he'd have to be cooked.