#13 Ow-razio "Call me Razzle Dazzle" Fantasia


#2284

I miss Will Hams


#2285

Weitering has them all covered


#2286

Clearly sarcasm


#2287

bump…
I thought Raz was fantastic in the 1st half - he has a huge influence running both ways, pressure acts, team-thing etc.

and - his work rate is one of the highest on a constant basis - right up there with Zerret. doesn’t stop gut-running.

such an important player, even when not kicking bags.


#2288

He’ll end up an outside mid who will rest forward and kick goals.

That’s where he was in the 1st half yesterday.

Goalkicking midfielders?

Think him, think Langford.

I think that’s the plan :wink:


#2289

Those hands. Clunk city.


#2290

I forgot just how good his marking was.


#2291

He is Mercuri incarnate.


#2292

His work in around contests actually reminds me of younger skinnier Judd days in his ability to take two steps and be at full pace leaving everyone behind him.


#2293

He has a beautiful set of hands. Seems to have really long arms, always outreaching even taller opponents. It’s a really important part of his kit bag and makes him far more dangerous.


#2294

With, it seems, (& I hope) far less fragility of mind under pressure.


#2295

Except he’s faster and a better mark.

Those marks he takes in the fingers (no palms) are freakish.


#2296

Agreed.

They almost seem like they are going to slip through his hands, … then just stop.


#2297

He won’t get my heart until he gets goal of the year with a dislocated finger vs hawks.


#2298

Nah, Mercs was a great mark.


#2299

I was very aware of that when I made the statement above.


#2300

That tackle to set up Hooker’s first goal. Raz rubbed the Port bloke into the ground and offered him some advice. Liked it.


#2301

Was wondering who did that. Nice.


#2302

Also, Green came over for a bit of a spray too which I liked


#2303

There’s only 1 Mercuri. Never seen anything since. Not even close