Absolutely love him, loved when he came over and roughed Franklin up a little bit after he had a crack at McGrath.
Was beastly love him,
Every week he needs to walk up to the main forward, grab them by the scruff and eye ball them, like he's going to belt the sh*t out of them.
Franklin shat himself, and was worried the rest of the game.
That was real on-field leadership.....these actions are intangibles that will go a long way towards:1. Building the team bond2. Pigeon will feel assured that the big boys have got his back & will boost his confidence to play fearless creative football3. Send a solid message to any other teams - Dont $%¥k with us....we stand as one
We need these players with a bit of agression at every line if v r to b a contender & build that culture- no more nice guys.....good hard footy (its a contact sport for hevens sake)Forward: Danaher / hooker / green/ leverdeMid: parish + hopefully someone like begley Back: whopper hurley / ambrose / bags
It was seriously weird that they were targeting Baguley. I mean, really? Out of all the players in our side.
I've run outta likes
Loved what Hurls did, but Frankiln was not (shitting himself) - he was wanting a free in front of goal.
They picked the wrong guy to harass. Bags fired up and played an exceptional game, I thought.Love how McG didn't back down, also.
bags looked a bit caught off guard initially, almost like are they serious?
His offensive stuff is awesome and zoning off is awesome but don't tell me Reid didn't give him a bath last night.
Absolutely no bath handed to Hurley by Reid.Not even a gentle mum spitting on the hankie wash.
Really? Geez Reid beat him 1on1 continually and I think hurls is pretty lucky Reid missed some very gettable goals
Hurley was excellent last night, saved us many goals but I thought he was average when going with Reid one out
Yeah...Reid won a few contests, but Hurley had much the better game.
Some of you guys need to stop thinking you've had a shocker if your opponent beats you once or you commit a clanger.
And while you're there, pull your heads out of your arses.
Probably not the place, but do we play three tall backs when Ambrose is fit?Or does he just replace Hartley?
I guess I'm asking here because I'm wondering if Hurley and Hartley are taking on a bit more than we'd ideally like.
I'd suggest Ambrose can play both talls and medium-talls as long as they're not speed machines.
Conor or McGrath can always move into the midfield.
Depends on who we're up against, anyway.
We play the 3. Absolutely we do. It's the ideal set-up given our playing list.
Can we hurry up and knight this bloke. Reid shaded him last night in his direct match up but he still almost single handedly kept us in it
I didn't think it was possible to love this man anymore but.....
That's what 'culture' means.