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Josh Caddy

toothless

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No one thinks Dimma might ‘pull another rabbit in the hat ‘?

Think both sides may go in unchanged.?


From when we last played.

Cats ins- Stanley, Ablett, Selwood, Simpson & Rohan

Tiger ins- Astbury , Broad, Edwards & Prestia. Plus we lost Soldo in that game early on. Lynch too .


Our game has changed the last 3 games. ( clearance & contested part of it).

( Kaos game vs Kontrol Game. )
So if both clubs remain unchanged which is the most likely outcome, it'll be:
Selwood, Stanley, Ablett, Rohan, Simpson (In)
Fogarty, Ratugolea, Close, Jarvis, Atkins (out)

Prestia, Astbury, Edwards, Broad (in)
Ross, Soldo, Aarts, Markov (Out)
 
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K3

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So if both clubs remain unchanged which is the most likely outcome, it'll be:
Selwood, Stanley, Ablett, Rohan, Simpson (In) Fogarty, Ratugolea, Close, Jarvis (out)

Prestia, Astbury, Edwards, Broad (in)
Ross, Soldo, Aarts, Markov (Out)
Reckon Ratugolea has to be a fair chance of playing. He was probably their only consistent marking player last time we played.
 

toothless

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Reckon Ratugolea has to be a fair chance of playing. He was probably their only consistent marking player last time we played.
I hope not, agree he's had a good record against us
 
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seven

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Reckon Ratugolea has to be a fair chance of playing. He was probably their only consistent marking player last time we played.
What happens if it rains?
Be like having a man down all game.
 

Ice

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So if both clubs remain unchanged which is the most likely outcome, it'll be:
Selwood, Stanley, Ablett, Rohan, Simpson (In) Fogarty, Ratugolea, Close, Jarvis (out)

Prestia, Astbury, Edwards, Broad (in)
Ross, Soldo, Aarts, Markov (Out)
Bit unfair if Geelong have 5 ins and only 4 out...
 
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gutfull

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Rohan is a front runner , cheap kicks cheap goals when the heat is on he is gone !!!!
 
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waiting

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Love to fit this guy in our side.
Loves playing against his old club.
Reliable kick for goal.
Strong.
Aggressive.
Lippy’.

Especially if conditions will be slippery & wet (possibly .. )
 
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Tenacious

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Love to fit this guy in our side.
Loves playing against his club.
Reliable kick for goal.
Strong.
Aggressive.
Lippy’.

Especially if conditions will be slippery & wet (possibly .. )

I'd love him in the team as well but who does he replace?
 
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leon

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Number 11
As others have rightly pointed out, Caddy can only take the place of Castagna or Pickett. I would throw Lambert in also because I don't think he is 100% fit and not really having enough impact over his TOG. Sure he kicked two crucial goals ... because he got lucky, right place at the right time. Although full credit to him. However, he also plays a vital structural role in swapping around with Dusty. So he stays but I hate the risk of playing an injured man in a big final - see what Poort did with Burton.
Really don't think Caddy can be riskled to play Pickett's wing as his legs cannot hold up with that intense, hard and constant running.
That leaves No.11. George played possibly his most dangerous game ever in the '19 GF. Great attacking flair. And kicked 0.5 with one OOB.

I would back Caddy to have greater scoreboard impact than that. He might not run as fast, but he will still lay as many tackles, hit harder and is a stronger contested mark who holds them, not juggle and drop them. I'd consider Caddy instead of JC. Moggs' backline is not that quick but they're big and hard - suits Caddy more - to make them be looking over their shoulder. Josh can also play in rotation as an inside mid which we might need against their huge entourage.

Overall, I reckon his output could well be greater than JC.
 
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MD Jazz

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As others have rightly pointed out, Caddy can only take the place of Castagna or Pickett. I would throw Lambert in also because I don't think he is not 100% fit and not really having enough impact over his TOG. Sure he kicked two crucial goals ... because he got lucky, right place at the right time. Although full credit to him.
However, he also plays a vital structural role in swapping around with Dusty.

Its good you did qualify your statement becuase Lambert seems to have a habit of getting lucky.
 
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leon

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Its good you did qualify your statement becuase Lambert seems to have a habit of getting lucky.
And that's what the cocky gamblers like to believe ... until they're not any more. Bust. But it's not the main thrust of the post at all.