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Trent Cotchin (Merged)

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I did what I did for the Tigers - Bridget
Feb 11, 2005
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He will set us up and the rest will follow. He doesn't need to play the whole. I feel if he plays the first 10 minutes of each quarter, Its enough for us to win.
 
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tiger76

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May he leave a trail of battered and broken Brisbane bodies in the centre square of the ground like an afl grave yard, with the Brisbane players that are left complaining to the umpires at half time that Cotchin ‘plays too rough’.
 

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Vlastuin 3:16
Apr 1, 2014
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Turned the game in our favour in the second quarter.

Was absolutely outstanding.
 
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tigerjoe12

Tiger Superstar
Aug 24, 2006
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Turned the game in our favour in the second quarter.

Was absolutely outstanding.
100%. When we were looking wobbly he stood up & steadied the ship. I believe he was the leading possession winner on the ground during the period of the second quarter where we got control back.

A quality performance, the team walks that little bit taller when Cotch performs like he did tonight
 
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Tigers of Old

Proud of our Club.
Jul 26, 2004
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I'll say it again but after two games back from a hamstring injury the skipper again shapes as an area where we can continue to add improvement. After an ordinary first week back from his standards, he was one of our best vs the Lions & will only get better again.
Watched him today in the presser & thought to myself how damn lucky are we to have this fella as the skipper of our football club. He's just so comfortable in his own skin now & handles the media packs with aplomb. Crucial to our culture of making everyone else at our club feel comfortable being themselves too which brings out the absolute best in all.
I'm in awe of the bloke.
 
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tha8ball

Tiger Legend
Jan 6, 2005
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Oh East Melbourne!
I'll say it again but after two games back from a hamstring injury the skipper again shapes as an area where we can continue to add improvement. After an ordinary first week back from his standards, he was one of our best vs the Lions & will only get better again.
Watched him today in the presser & thought to myself how damn lucky are we to have this fella as the skipper of our football club. He's just so comfortable in his own skin now & handles the media packs with aplomb. Crucial to our culture of making everyone else at our club feel comfortable being themselves too which brings out the absolute best in all.
I'm in awe of the bloke.
He is building Oldie. Ready to explode I think. All or nothing.
 
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blx

Tiger Champion
Feb 11, 2004
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Its common knowledge that an organisation whatever its size, resonates from the top down.

Cotchin embodies our culture and his stamp on our club is undeniable.

He is completely different to captains like Taylor Walker or even Nick Riewoldt... their styles are so gung-ho, angryman, imploring 'til red in the face.

Cotch is just as tough, just as stoic but he is calm and measured in the heat of the moment.

Every successful captain is different but Cotch's tenancy is a dream appointment on so many levels.
 
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