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Training For Redemption in 2022

CarnTheTiges

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Mar 8, 2004
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Thats why I reckon he'd make a handy pressure forward for a year or two, that energy and attack would be very handy inside the forward 50 if the club was looking for some pace and spark forward of centre.
It worked with Jake King, but failed when we tried to make lightning strike twice with Morris.
 
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TigerMasochist

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Jul 13, 2003
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Don't think I'll worry too much about who misses a training session here n there at the moment. All of the boys are on individually managed programs so there will always be a few absentees or gym work only players at times to go with the few who are covid managed.

Enjoy n appreciate your dedication as always caesar, nothing beats getting the goss off a desperado peering n salivating through a chain mesh fence :))
 
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tigerman

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Mar 17, 2003
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Dan was with backs and was a bit of a stand out today with the amount of ground he covered and overlap.
Was really impressed with Dan when he went down back last year, especially his ball use. Can see him being a real weapon for us this year.
 
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eZyT

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A photo of Biggy in rainbow budgy smugglers with some young ladies in not much more, clearly wondering about the budgy, popped up on my insta.

Stripped down, Biggy looked like he could fight Harry Garside.
 
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Redford

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Was really impressed with Dan when he went down back last year, especially his ball use. Can see him being a real weapon for us this year.
Keep him down back. Days up forward are done I think. Only on a special needs basis should we put up forward.
 
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tigerman

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Keep him down back. Days up forward are done I think. Only on a special needs basis should we put up forward.
Yep, reckon he is just starting to mature, is still only 24. Dan will kill it down back this year.
 
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Brodders17

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It worked with Jake King, but failed when we tried to make lightning strike twice with Morris.
Jake King was a highly skilled footballer who fans misread because of his looks and attitude. He basically played CHF for a couple of years and did alright.
 
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Dont Argue

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Was really impressed with Dan when he went down back last year, especially his ball use. Can see him being a real weapon for us this year.
And blisteringly quick.
His pace down back is so important to our rebound.
I’m thinking AA too
 
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davidc0055

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Was really impressed with Dan when he went down back last year, especially his ball use. Can see him being a real weapon for us this year.

He'd want to have a good year, as he's been ordinary in the forward line in recent times. If he can't succeed in the easier position at half back, we have half a dozen blokes who could take his place.
 
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