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Liam McBean

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Pretty much the same. He has been great for Glenelg, but SANFL is a fair step down... I mean, Sam Powell-Pecker has ripped it up in the SANFL, as has Gibbs....
I watched some SANFL over the weekend. For Port ruckman Jarrad Redden and former Sun Jesse Lonergan has physiques more akin to division 4 EFL.
 

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Picked at full forward in the SANFL TOTY with Tyson Stengle next to him in the FP.
 

Brodders17

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We do need to replace the aggression and intimidation of Chol, so why not?

We could trade whatever we get in the Chol trade.
 
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lamb22

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Slow burn this thread. I think he was 3rd or 4th in the league for contested marks as well. Joined a very average Glenelg a few years ago and then took a year off to travel and smell the flowers. On his return has topped the goal kicking every year played in a premiership, state rep and this year Glenelg broke all records winning 17 in a row and are well placed for another flag.

If we lose CCJ it will hurt a lot. Maybe we can do with a bit of romance. Unfortunately Dimma doesn't rate him and is unlikely to be interested. I've always believed the 'play to your strengths mantra ' came in a year too late for Beanie.

He'd be a better bet than Cholly for Gold Coast you'd reckon though.