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Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #90
Dees on the rebound wanting to win it for the fallen hero Brayshaw will be tough work....Fritsch wont be missing easy goals this week and I cant see Petracca and Oliver playing one decent half of football only either.
Then you have the mystery of Grundy who is meant to be outbound to the Swans playing or not and if he does will he be wanting to show his future club what they are spending their money on.
Add Harry and Martin missing plus Acres banged up and Jack Silvagni possibly returning  wanting to show he is worth more than a year or two only contract wise and its going to be a win for the ages if we can get up with a lot of variables and things working against us.

Fritsch had the hallmarks of a bloke playing through pain killers.  Kicked it that badly I reckon he couldn't feel his foot.  He's normally deadly accurate. 

I'd normally be down on our chances but their forwards are all out of form and /or injured. 

Petracca will be sore.  Played ok after he had his leg twisted but the dees look to have had the wheels fall off through the year.
"everything you know is wrong"

Paul Hewson

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #91
exactly wat i said 2 days a go why do our Full back kick ins go to same side (happening all year) yet other sides manage find loose player on his own //short pass run and receive.Long bomb is u16 stuff and thanks kingy supporting me

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #92
Coaches' votes :

9 Blake Acres (CARL)
8 Sam Walsh (CARL)
5 Tom McCartin (SYD)
4 Matthew Cottrell (CARL)
2 Errol Gulden (SYD)
1 Adam Cerra (CARL)
1 Adam Saad (CARL)

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #93
Coaches' votes :

9 Blake Acres (CARL)
8 Sam Walsh (CARL)
5 Tom McCartin (SYD)
4 Matthew Cottrell (CARL)
2 Errol Gulden (SYD)
1 Adam Cerra (CARL)
1 Adam Saad (CARL)
Interesting, no Martin. He was my most influential player.
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Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #95
This is how I get the breakdown of the votes. 

5   Acres
5   Walsh
4   Acres
4   Cottrell
3   Walsh
3   McCartin
2   McCartin
2   Gulden
1   Cera
1   Saad

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #96
Interesting, no Martin. He was my most influential player.
Thought Gulden played a blinder for the Swans as well and was in the best three on the ground....agree on Martin being influential and deserving of being in the votes and I would have had Cerra with more votes too.

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #97
Interesting, no Martin. He was my most influential player.

I think it's a reality that the gap between what we see and what the experts see can at times be significant.

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #98
We had a lot of good players, Sydney brought their A game and we beat them. Fogarty had a game high 8 tackles.
2012 HAPPENED!!!!!!!

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #99
We had a lot of good players, Sydney brought their A game and we beat them. Fogarty had a game high 8 tackles.

Precisely why I gave Fogarty a vote in the Jim Park.

Re: AFL Elimination Final 1 Post Game Prognostications Carlton vs Sydney

Reply #100
Fogarty for sure earns a new contract without question.
Saad and Fogarty in one trade playing in a winning final seems our recruitment team is on the ball.

This team has been building and now well and truly built to win big games.

Go Blues