#15 Josh Green - delisted


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Meh… welcome!


Latest Delisting (maybe) - Josh Green
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Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce delisted free agent Josh Green has signed a one- year contract with the Bombers ahead of the 2017 season.

Following 81 games with the Brisbane Lions, the clever small-forward and two-time Club leading goalkicker said he was excited to join the comeback story.

“I’m really grateful for the chance to revitalise my career at Essendon this season,” Green said.

“I feel that my best football is still ahead of me and I can’t wait to get in and do the hard work over the summer.

“I’m excited to join such a dynamic and talented list, and working under the great leadership of John Worsfold. I’m excited about what we can achieve as a team in 2017 and hopefully I can be part of the Club’s next chapter of success.”

Senior Coach, John Worsfold, said the 24-year-old is a welcome addition to the Bombers line-up.

“The playing group is continuing to mature and driving each other to improve and maintain elite standards through hard work,” Worsfold said.

“We are all motivated by team success and building on our experiences from last season, which Josh will play an important role in.

“We will challenge Josh to work closely with Performance Coach, Hayden Skipworth, to ensure he reaches his potential through a tailored training program. Having overcome some serious injuries, we believe we can get the work into Josh that he requires to consistently play at his best.”

List and Recruiting Manager, Adrian Dodoro, said Green would provide the Bombers fans with plenty of excitement as he embarks on his seventh AFL season.

“Josh is is a natural footballer with clean skills, and terrific goal-sense," Dodoro said.

“He was identified as fitting the criteria for a list management need for the Club so we’re really looking forward to what he will contribute to the team next season.”

Green was drafted to the Brisbane Lions with pick 32 in the 2010 AFL National Draft and made his debut in Round 9, 2011 against North Melbourne.


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Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce delisted free agent Josh Green has signed a one- year contract with the Bombers ahead of the 2017 season.

Following 81 games with the Brisbane Lions, the clever small-forward and two-time Club leading goalkicker said he was excited to join the comeback story.

“I’m really grateful for the chance to revitalise my career at Essendon this season,” Green said.

“I feel that my best football is still ahead of me and I can’t wait to get in and do the hard work over the summer.

“I’m excited to join such a dynamic and talented list, and working under the great leadership of John Worsfold. I’m excited about what we can achieve as a team in 2017 and hopefully I can be part of the Club’s next chapter of success.”

Senior Coach, John Worsfold, said the 24-year-old is a welcome addition to the Bombers line-up.

“The playing group is continuing to mature and driving each other to improve and maintain elite standards through hard work,” Worsfold said.

“We are all motivated by team success and building on our experiences from last season, which Josh will play an important role in.

“We will challenge Josh to work closely with Performance Coach, Hayden Skipworth, to ensure he reaches his potential through a tailored training program. Having overcome some serious injuries, we believe we can get the work into Josh that he requires to consistently play at his best.”

List and Recruiting Manager, Adrian Dodoro, said Green would provide the Bombers fans with plenty of excitement as he embarks on his seventh AFL season.

“Josh is is a natural footballer with clean skills, and terrific goal-sense," Dodoro said.

“He was identified as fitting the criteria for a list management need for the Club so we’re really looking forward to what he will contribute to the team next season.”

Green was drafted to the Brisbane Lions with pick 32 in the 2010 AFL National Draft and made his debut in Round 9, 2011 against North Melbourne.

I reckon he will do better than people expect. Better get than Ballantyne who we were previously linked to.


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Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce delisted free agent Josh Green has signed a one- year contract with the Bombers ahead of the 2017 season.

Following 81 games with the Brisbane Lions, the clever small-forward and two-time Club leading goalkicker said he was excited to join the comeback story.

“I’m really grateful for the chance to revitalise my career at Essendon this season,” Green said.

“I feel that my best football is still ahead of me and I can’t wait to get in and do the hard work over the summer.

“I’m excited to join such a dynamic and talented list, and working under the great leadership of John Worsfold. I’m excited about what we can achieve as a team in 2017 and hopefully I can be part of the Club’s next chapter of success.”

Senior Coach, John Worsfold, said the 24-year-old is a welcome addition to the Bombers line-up.

“The playing group is continuing to mature and driving each other to improve and maintain elite standards through hard work,” Worsfold said.

“We are all motivated by team success and building on our experiences from last season, which Josh will play an important role in.

“We will challenge Josh to work closely with Performance Coach, Hayden Skipworth, to ensure he reaches his potential through a tailored training program. Having overcome some serious injuries, we believe we can get the work into Josh that he requires to consistently play at his best.”

List and Recruiting Manager, Adrian Dodoro, said Green would provide the Bombers fans with plenty of excitement as he embarks on his seventh AFL season.

“Josh is a natural footballer with clean skills, and terrific goal-sense,” Dodoro said.

“He was identified as fitting the criteria for a list management need for the Club so we’re really looking forward to what he will contribute to the team next season.”

Green was drafted to the Brisbane Lions with pick 32 in the 2010 AFL National Draft and made his debut in Round 9, 2011 against North Melbourne.


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Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce delisted free agent Josh Green has signed a one- year contract with the Bombers ahead of the 2017 season.

Following 81 games with the Brisbane Lions, the clever small-forward and two-time Club leading goalkicker said he was excited to join the comeback story.

“I’m really grateful for the chance to revitalise my career at Essendon this season,” Green said.

“I feel that my best football is still ahead of me and I can’t wait to get in and do the hard work over the summer.

“I’m excited to join such a dynamic and talented list, and working under the great leadership of John Worsfold. I’m excited about what we can achieve as a team in 2017 and hopefully I can be part of the Club’s next chapter of success.”

Senior Coach, John Worsfold, said the 24-year-old is a welcome addition to the Bombers line-up.

“The playing group is continuing to mature and driving each other to improve and maintain elite standards through hard work,” Worsfold said.

“We are all motivated by team success and building on our experiences from last season, which Josh will play an important role in.

“We will challenge Josh to work closely with Performance Coach, Hayden Skipworth, to ensure he reaches his potential through a tailored training program. Having overcome some serious injuries, we believe we can get the work into Josh that he requires to consistently play at his best.”

List and Recruiting Manager, Adrian Dodoro, said Green would provide the Bombers fans with plenty of excitement as he embarks on his seventh AFL season.

“Josh is is a natural footballer with clean skills, and terrific goal-sense," Dodoro said.

“He was identified as fitting the criteria for a list management need for the Club so we’re really looking forward to what he will contribute to the team next season.”

Green was drafted to the Brisbane Lions with pick 32 in the 2010 AFL National Draft and made his debut in Round 9, 2011 against North Melbourne.


#7
I know this guy! He's the one who just had to run into goal and not get dacked by TIPPA!

And demspey too.


#8

Haven’t had a ranga for a while.


#9

Welcome Josh. I hope you can become EFC’s next Darren Bewick :smile:


#10

Big FISH (not)


#11

depth player only .


#12

He will be a good pick up I reckon. I like him. Genuine small forward and that’s something we haven’t had since Darren Bewick. Frees up Orazio as well. I know people say he is a good small forward - and he is! I just think he is even better up the field.


#13

I wonder if the Essendon Football Club is pleased to announce this?


#14
That's what he looks like?

#15
Haven't had a mini ranga for a while.

Fixed


#16

Can someone post the club news article again


#17
Haven't had a ranga for a while.

Not since Cooney anyway.
We’ve all forgotten Fletch.


#18

He’ll surprise a few supporters I reckon.

He’s a guy your glad not to be playing against. Really Annoying little c*nt on the footy field.


#19

Will be interesting to see how he fits in our lineup - and how the structures of our forward line are moving forward.


#20

He is a ready made forward pocket.
lets just hope he attains the fitness and defensive requirements.

At worst he will improve the forwardline depth to cover injuries and its only a 1 year contract, at best he could be a 30 goal small forward next year.