I was hoping Hooker pulled Goddard away so that he could do the reprimanding instead.
He's a sure-fire future captain, you'd say, wouldn't you? He commands such respect and devotion from so young an age.
Why do people keep saying we didn't fire back when Zerrett went down, we kicked a goal about 30 seconds later while the scuffle was happening at chf? They kicked the next few but our intensity if anything lifted after that Zerrett hit, pretty stupid as well, because it unified the team and we were pretty much shoe in to win from there.
1:30 to go in 3Q, Zerrett participated in a group tackle.
Just as the umpire blew for the ball up, Sidebottom landed on Zerrett with an 'accidental' forearm to the head.
I reckon he might have been trying to stress test the job that Greenwood did.
Tbh I reckon we nearly lost sight of the big picture like Hawks did when Lloyd knocked Sewell out. If Zerret hadn't come on and shown he was ok it could have really gone down hill.Don't know about the brownlow, he's been great but plenty of guys in winning teams getting 30 odd touches, fair way still to go this season though but if we can win 5-6 more he should be in the mix if he continues.
It's not that big a worry, it only happens once a year.
Just listened to Zach on BomberRadio. Geez he is an impressive young bloke.
Was impressed at how the boys responded to him getting knocked down, didn't give away free kicks,just went hard at the ball.
Got knicked in the neck rather than the jaw, thus affected his breathing. Was annoyed that he had to do the concussion test, but apparently you need to if you are down for more than 10 seconds
Touched on his down game against Brisbane, realises and appreciates that not only does he have high expectations of himself, but the wider football community now has very high expectations of him, which he is relishing.
Still catches up with Juddy every 4-6 weeks - touched on talking about tagging, and it's somethign that with experience he will get better at
We have a lot of great young leaders at the club highlighted Joey who is the more caring type of leader who everyone can just trust, Orazio is the energetic and extraverted leader and himself, he is the more task master in the BJ mould who sets and drives high standards.
Also spoke briefly about Pigdge and Darcy, and how impressive it has been their first years in football.
What a blessing it is that we have this bloke at our club.
We are lucky to have these five young lads. As a combo they sound like they cover the necessary clubland leadership spectrum.
JD - caring and dependableRaz - brings the cheek and funZerrett - standards setter and focusedPidge - takes responsibility to be the big moment winnerDarcy - larrikan type who seems to be social glue for a group.
Should form a band.
As long they're not called The Easybeats.
I'm a bit concerned about that Raz pic.
Does this mean Zach's the one to leave for a solo career in 12-18 months?
That you know who the original photo represents, and who the one in the middle was, is not encouraging me to take you seriously.
That the leader of a boy band both appears in the middle of all photos and inevitably leaves for a solo career is common knowledge.
Might be common knowledge to boy band fans.
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