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Thomson Dow

spook

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That's what I'm thinking. He's down the pecking order with us but may get more opportunties at a club looking to build with a new coach.
Even losing Taranto, Hopper and Bruhn, GWS still has Kelly, Coniglio, Green, Greene, Callaghan, Ash, O'Halloran, Perryman, Stone, Ward and Whitfield who can play midfield. Reckon they'll be more looking for run and a forward or two. Hugo might have more appeal to them than Dow.
 
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Smoking Aces

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Even losing Taranto, Hopper and Bruhn, GWS still has Kelly, Coniglio, Green, Greene, Callaghan, Ash, O'Halloran, Perryman, Stone, Ward and Whitfield who can play midfield. Reckon they'll be more looking for run and a forward or two. Hugo might have more appeal to them than Dow.
Castagna?
 
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achillesjones

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Even losing Taranto, Hopper and Bruhn, GWS still has Kelly, Coniglio, Green, Greene, Callaghan, Ash, O'Halloran, Perryman, Stone, Ward and Whitfield who can play midfield. Reckon they'll be more looking for run and a forward or two. Hugo might have more appeal to them than Dow.
We mustnt trade Hugo. Big upside.
 
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TheCan

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Kingsley going to gws might he the start of a scratch our backs now and we will scratch your backs later relationship’s
 

Tortured Tiger

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Fumbly and a poor kick. Expendable.
I see the potential for an Ed Langdon clone. He has been critical to Melbourne's improvement because of his run and endurance, it can break down zones. Ralphsmith certainly needs to improve a few areas but Langdon is not the most skilled bloke going around either. I would like him to be given at least another two years to see how he can develop, certainly showed a lot of improvement this year.
 
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