#6 Joe Daniher - too many p(o)ints for one thread


#61

No one.

You’d parachute Sibbald in, probably, and rotate Joe and Gown and Hartley to help him.


#62

You thought about that, and couldn’t come up with any other alternatives?

Remembering that you support a side that played NLM in the ruck in a final.


#63

When Daniher coolly slots his fourth goal everyone will realise we made the right call and he should have played all along.


#64

Where’s the evidence it has worked?

If Belly was at full capacity I doubt we would be playing Clarke.

We have had to play two rucks out of necessity and nothing more. Just because we have won doesn’t necessarily mean it has been a success.


#65

Winning, holding our own at clearances and not getting dominated around the ground by very good ruckman are all ticks for me


#66

So we can’t win without a second ruck?

That’s pretty much what you are saying.

Our outside players have been the ones that have stepped up the last two weeks.


#67

… to add to his 9 behinds


#68

I’ll call that 5.3 today as long as we win.


#69

I was comfortable with the structure and I wanted JD to have a week or 2 in the vfl. That’s what I’m saying.


#70

If there is one team I’d rush him in to play, it’d be North. They’re very suspect down back and I think Tarrant can still be found out due to his poor preseason. of course, we’re testing him out with someone who has had an equally poor preseason.


#71

Winning form is good form. Can’t argue there.

Would have liked to see Draper given a shot though.


#72

Interesting how woosher said in the presser that ruck is less load then ruck for Joe then fwd.


#73

Oh, that’s just basing it on TBC output over the last few weeks compared to Mitch Brown.

Damn statistics hey.


#74

This will not end well


#75

Not that I played at afl level. And the amount of running fwds do these days is a lot more. But fark me ruck was a hell of lot harder then chf.


#76

I’d imagine playing forward requires more high intensity running and would be more crash and bash, whereas running in the ruck is more endurance based.


#77

Have to disagree, chf is by far the hardest position on the ground. Though a lone Ruckman wouldn’t be too far behind


#78

Ergrhh just witnessed Joey miss 3/6 within 25m of goal warming up. RIP. Hope they’re the bad ones out of the way. Didn’t extend his kicking to beyond 30m.


#79

I wouldn’t be complaining if that was the late change


#80

Good to see you back Joey!

Easy to forget just ow good he is and the trajectory he was on.

Injury aside he’s still a superstar!