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    Re: Forward focus fine for Wallis

    Quote Originally Posted by bornadog View Post
    those two misses in the EF would have made a difference to the result.
    At least he had an opportunity to miss unlike the rest of our forward line.
    Josh Schache >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Jake Stringer

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    Re: Forward focus fine for Wallis

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Days View Post
    So.

    Anyone else feeling a bit, letís say, realistic about Wallis as a forward long term? He was totally anonymous in the final aside from a couple of gifted opportunities, and he really seems like the sort of player who canít make his own chances at goal.

    I love him but he canít be our first option.
    Go and wash your mouth out.

    Talk about shooting Bambi.
    Josh Schache >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Jake Stringer

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    Re: Forward focus fine for Wallis

    Quote Originally Posted by 1eyedog View Post
    Go and wash your mouth out.

    Talk about shooting Bambi.
    I’m not saying that he doesn’t have a role in the team or isn’t clearly best 22, I’d just be very uninspired if despite our off season our forward line has the same level of dynamism as 2020 next year.
    - RIP Goldstein for 2021 First - 2020-2020 -

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    Re: Forward focus fine for Wallis

    Quote Originally Posted by comrade View Post
    Yeah, what soupa said
    Yeah. What Comrade said what Soupa said.
    Well, you'll work harder with a gun in your back
    For a bowl of rice a day

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    Re: Forward focus fine for Wallis

    Mitch is one of those players who brings other players into the game, and his core fabric in keeping the team together. I feel if we have another dynamic forward who can provide another option to goal we will see more output from Mitch.

    We really need player to step up in the medium-small forward space like Jong/ Dale/ , or one of the small forwards to kick that 30-40 goals a season something which Sam Lloyd did very well for us in 2019.

    You know you get 100% from Mitch. I would like to see him tackle harder like Clay smith or Picken , who just scarred oppositions when he was around

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