#1 Andy McGrath - three more years


#3676

My ears were burning


#3677

Will we see him again this year?


#3678

Doubt it, impossible to get into this powerhouse team. McKernan will be trialled in every position before being “managed”.


#3679

Yeah. It’s only a slight calf strain so he should be back in 8-10 weeks.


#3680

Just trauma’d him too.

Andy has lost me many BLITZCOINS…

Most inconsiderate.


#3681

boo whoo


#3682

That’s weird. If I had to point to what is currently our greatest weakness, it’s transition out of the backline.


#3683

See you in Round 21 Andrew


#3684

We only had him for such a small moment in time.
He will be missed by all.


#3685

Your right probably too much credit, that, whilst a better part of our game sucks now too.


#3686

EFA.


#3687

Good to see pigeon back this week.

6 clearances is very promising.


#3688

quietly great game from MCG


#3689

Loved his second half, great pressure and disposal in the contests.


#3690

Like that he had far more kicks than handballs


#3691

That goal was all class


#3692

Happy Birthday Pigeon.
Hope you have a cracking game.


#3693

The more I see this kid play, the more I am convinced that his best position is as a back pocket (ala Wanganeen).
His ability to quickly harass opponents and his quick hands are ideal for a role deep in defence and for giving off to Saad/McKenna runners.

He just hasn’t the size, nor the damaging penetrative kicking skills of very good mid-fielders.


#3694

Disagree, his ability to change direction at pace are what will make him an elite midfielder. Had a very good contested possession rate as a junior in the midfield as well.

Everyone is so quick to make judgements, he just needs time.


#3695

With Archie on this one.

McGraths change of direction is exactly what you need to be a gun mid along with his great hands and decision making.

He will make it, it’s just a matter of when.