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Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #15
Until Geelong come knocking on Sam's door once Ablett, Selwood and Dangerfield have cashed in their chips.....

Yep, No Ablett, Danger, Selwood, Kelly.
What an attractive proposition

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #16
Selwood's decline this year has been marked. https://www.footywire.com/afl/footy/pc-geelong-cats--joel-selwood

How much longer has he got, especially given his crash bang style....

Danger too - his numbers have declined every year after his first stellar year at the Cattery.

Even Duncan turns 29 next year!
Finals, then 4 in a row!


Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #18
Sam Walsh will be a one club player, unless we do something wrong to him

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #19
A bit of fun, and nice to see our old mate Sam Rowe get his 100th game.



Congratulations Sam!

I would have preferred to see him in navy blue for his milestone game  :-\
“Why don’t you knock it off with them negative waves? Why don’t you dig how beautiful it is out here? Why don’t you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?”  Oddball

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #20
Dangerfield will probably torch us but his ball use and field kicking is horrible.  Could have iced last weeks game but missed from 35, which happens more than occasionally.  He does so much right but gees he gets away with some schizenhausen play at times because of who he is. 

Get ready for him to gob off and whinge all day to the umpires - we're going to get deadest raped in this game.

DrE is no more... you ok with that harmonica man?

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #21
In : Cuningham, Weitering
Out : Lang, Gibbons (both injured)
Albert Einstein was a socialist.

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #22
Dangerfield will probably torch us but his ball use and field kicking is horrible.  Could have iced last weeks game but missed from 35, which happens more than occasionally.  He does so much right but gees he gets away with some schizenhausen play at times because of who he is. 

Get ready for him to gob off and whinge all day to the umpires - we're going to get deadest raped in this game.

Let’s hope Cripps and Kreuzer have blinders
Geelong mids only run one way
Their rucks are terrible
They won’t want to risk injury before finals

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #23
Win, lose or draw, I just hope we just physically hurt them.


Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #24
CARLTON
B: Nic Newman, Lachie Plowman, Will Setterfield
HB: Dale Thomas, Jacob Weitering, Sam Petrevski-Seton
C: Lochie O'Brien, Paddy Dow, Ed Curnow
HF: Matthew Kennedy, Harry McKay, Levi Casboult
F: Jack Silvagni, Patrick Cripps, Mitch McGovern
R: Matthew Kreuzer, Marc Murphy, Sam Walsh
Int: Kade Simpson, Zac Fisher, David Cuningham, Josh Deluca
Emg: Hugh Goddard, Andrew Phillips, Liam Stocker, Cameron Polson

IN: Jacob Weitering, David Cuningham
OUT: Michael Gibbons (Injured), Darcy Lang (Injured)

GEELONG CATS
B: Zach Tuohy, Mark Blicavs, Harry Taylor
HB: Mark O'Connor, Lachie Henderson, Tom Stewart
C: Mitch Duncan, Patrick Dangerfield, Cameron Guthrie
HF: Gary Ablett, Esava Ratugolea, Gary Rohan
F: Luke Dahlhaus, Tom Hawkins, Jack Henry
R: Rhys Stanley, Tim Kelly, Joel Selwood
Int: Jed Bews, Brandan Parfitt, Gryan Miers, Quinton Narkle
Emg: Sam Menegola, James Parsons, Scott Selwood, Jake Kolodjashnij

IN: Gary Rohan, Rhys Stanley
OUT: Tom Atkins (Injured), Jake Kolodjashnij (Injured)
Live Long and Prosper!

Re: Pre game potential: AFL 2019 Rd 23: Carlton vs Geelong

Reply #25
Geelong generally let you win the ball at the contest and get you on your first kick out from it.

We need to be smart with the ball at the contest and not simply blaze away.

We need to lower our eyes and find a target. Do we have the skills and wise head to do so?

If we get a head of steam up we'll run right into their wall and play right into their hands.