#25 Jake Stringer


Thank farrrk Hurley got a haircut. Imagine man bun slamming man bun. Which one’s which???


And last years’ pre-season. I think the go to line was “we’ll be stronger as the season goes on”.

I actually like the hype around Stringer. He seems like a confidence player and they’re certainly helping there.

I would love for us to thump the Doggies round 3, and for Stringer to play a pivotal role in that! I think if that happens, he’ll skyrocket for the season.


hope he kicks 9 from the middle on anzac day


And then beats his chest like a fkn APE


Stringer is just helping him work out some tightness in the groin


Zara’s calf muscles look like they are from a Spider-Man comic…


Not wrong, …


Waiting for Stringer to play 35% forward and 75% mid.
Thus giving 110%.


Imagine this place once he nominates us…will go off BT style!!!


This never gets old.


I want him to kick a running goal and tug on the sash Just like Joey did a few years ago.


But can he play HBF?


His calf muscles have calf muscles.


Has anyone else noticed how easily Stringer with his hair bob on top could easily be mistaken for Hurley… Another master stroke of genius confusion.


I love what Stringer brings.

However, I do NOT like his hair.


Sorry Humble, all part of the package tied up with string



Jake Stringer likely to sit out AFLX for Essendon as he builds fitness base
Daniel Cherny

Essendon fans will probably have to wait a bit longer to see Jake Stringer take on another AFL club in the red and black, with the recruit likely to sit out the Bombers’ AFLX matches in a bid to build his fitness for the season proper.

That’s despite Dons teammate David Zaharakis issuing a glowing endorsement of the former Western Bulldogs forward on Monday, suggesting that Stringer was “dominating” stoppage work and could fill the void left by retired skipper Jobe Watson.

Zaharakis said on RSN radio that the 2015 All-Australian had what it took to make a huge difference at Essendon this year.

“There’s very few players in the AFL who can explode from a pack by breaking a tackle or fending off like Dusty Martin or Patrick Dangerfield, and Jake has got that quality,” Zaharakis said.

"He’s a real match-changer and it’s great to have the type of player who can potentially replace Jobe Watson, who has been such a stoppage bull in there for us.

“He’s been winning stoppages on a consistent basis at training and almost every stoppage Jake will come out with the ball and we haven’t really had anyone dominating training like that.”

But it’s understood Essendon are likely to opt for Stringer to continue working on his fitness for the campaign ahead rather than play in the new modified seven-a-side (plus three on the bench) version of the game, which makes its big-time debut next week. He had an injury scare last week, hurting his foot after being trod on at training, but it was not serious.

Stringer, along with Devon Smith and Adam Saad, joined the Bombers in a busy trade period last year.

The Dons feature in the second AFLX event, next Friday night at Etihad Stadium. They are in a pool against Hawthorn and St Kilda, with the winner of that pool to take on the winner of a pool involving Carlton, North Melbourne and Melbourne in the night’s grand final.

Zaharakis will captain Essendon in the event in the absence of several experienced Dons, while Hayden Skipworth will coach the club. The Hawks announced on Monday that premiership player Max Bailey will coach them on the night, while it’s understood the Saints will be coached by Ben McGlynn.


0% Midfield 100% Rested


He’s made for AFLX


Can someone make a Pie Graph illustrating the % of midfield time, to forward time, to bench/rest time, or even defence time.

Everything looks better on a Pie Graph !