#15 Jayden Laverde - keeping it Green


#6207

Did you just make up a word


#6208

Covfefe


#6209

Laverde is quite physical. Consistent hardness at it comes with confidence and maturity. We’re getting there as a group.


#6210

From what I have seen the only thing soft about LAV is is hamstrings. If he can get his body right, improve his tank, he could be an excellent mid/half forward.

The only issue is his capacity to stay fit for mine.

I’d be thinking Crow has a special program for him over summer to address this. He needs an uninterrupted pre season for once.

Last game of the year showed what he is capable of.


#6211

we are done here.


#6212

Fake news


#6213

Tremendous


#6214

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#6215

Lets hope you are right and I am wrong
I have been wrong before
When he first started I thought he was very good
Regardless, it appears he will be resigning so I will be hoping he can cement a place in the team just like Langford has!!


#6216

But it just might be a lunatic you’re looking for


#6217

Wow


#6218

Are any of us?


#6219

I think Lav’s not at his best in heavy traffic. But that’s more to do with the type of body shape and player he is rather than any softness, real or imagined. He’s happy to throw himself into body contact when the ball’s in the air.


#6220

Has showed a bit at AFL level. If he could get some continuity into his game he would be a decent AFL player. Trouble is there are a lot of people that don’t live up to their potential due to injuries. He looks like he’ll be one of them.


#6221

I think @Finding_Nino was.


#6222

Signed.


#6223

Two year extension


#6224

Yeah. For mine puts the Parker talk to bed.

If he develops correctly he should do everything Parker does and more.


#6225

Oh my ■■■■■■■ lawl.


#6226

Boom! Good work EFC.