Training Report - Thursday 2019-01-10


#61


#62

If we don’t have the required intensity of banter in the cafe, then I don’t see how we can expect to suddenly just turn it on in games.
Disturbing.
I appreciate your report.


#63

Shiel looks very comforable :smiley:


#64

Are they Joey’s glasses?


#65

My mrs. all the time.

She works in childcare.


#66

Filthy ■■■■■■■, children.


#67

You can’t rely on journo’s to even get the simplest information right.


#68

So why doesn’t David Myers get it?


#69

Because Myers plays seniors and the kids play VFL.


#70

Should we ask AFL for an additional rookie selection since JoeDan is dead??


#71

I’ve been caught red handed!


#72

I’ll applaud his balls, if, and when they give us a boy


#73

Joe has conjunctivitis


#74

We may need a few boys just in case (remember Darcy Daniher :stuck_out_tongue: )


#75

I thought conjunctivitis was more of a pink eye thing rather than a red hand.


#76

conjunctivitis.com

That’s a site for sore eyes.


#77

Gallery: First session of 2019

Jan 10, 2019 3:44PM

2019 is officially underway for the Bombers, who completed their first session of the new year on Thursday.

The players will return to the track at 10am on Friday for an open session.

Below is a selection of the club’s images from training today:


New year, fresh cut; Adam Saad is ready for 2019.


Kyle Langford prepares to hit the track.


Conor McKenna embraces Jake Long.


Noah Gown and Orazio Fantasia keep spirits high.


Zach Merrett calls the shots.


Dylan Shiel takes a breather.


Year No.2 as a Bomber begins for Devon Smith.


Ben McNiece is tackling 2019 head-on.


Brandon Zerk-Thatcher keeps possession under pressure.


All eyes on Zach Merrett.


All smiles from the skipper.


Things are looking up for Irving Mosquito.


#78

Merrett looks ferocious and bulked, he’s in for a big year - reckon he will want to show everyone that he’s still the #1 mid at the Bombers


#79

It was the first banter back since the break mate. I’m sure they’re just easing into it so they don’t ping a vocal chord.


#80

Nah, I’m sick of it.
I’ve been saying for years that we need a specialist banter coach, but no-one ■■■■■■ listens to me.
I’m not saying we should be expecting Alan Partridge or Liz Lemon/Jack Donaghy level banter this early in the season, but it’s obvious we’re not taking it seriously.
Peter Mitchell and Tim Watson set a higher standard and Timmy’s been out of the game for friggin’ decades.