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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Quote Originally Posted by hujsh View Post
    Around the time we traded Dahl I think. Only options were a performance heavy contact with us or maybe something with them IIRC. Very glad he stayed.
    Thanks, I thought that was the case. Reckon the approach was a good one for all concerned.

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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Some Stats on Libba.

    Leading the AFL with 34 total clearances and ranked 3rd for total score launches, but hes doing all of this with just a 77.7% time on ground number which is relatively minuscule, and ranks only 18th at the Western Bulldogs



    FFC: Established 1877
    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    That's pretty awesome, thanks for posting BAD.

    Based on the TOG numbers it's looking like he's being managed really well. It's also a credit to Libba that he's clearly focusing on his fitness, he looks great and the fact that he is putting this level of influence together (and off one step at the end of the game he could kick the sealer from about fifty out) suggests he, the conditioning and coaching teams are aligned.

    He may need to be managed throughout the second half of the year and take the odd break, but while he's doing what he's doing we should squeeze the lemon as much as we can to help us keep winning as many games as we can.

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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    where is that from BAD? Really like that kind of stuff.

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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Quote Originally Posted by Topdog View Post
    where is that from BAD? Really like that kind of stuff.
    I will see if I can track down as I got it through twitter post
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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Quote Originally Posted by Topdog View Post
    where is that from BAD? Really like that kind of stuff.
    Tracked it down:

    https://www.statsinsider.com.au/afl

    and https://twitter.com/StatsInsider/sta...57325893820419
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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Yeah - you just have to scroll through - AFL - Player DNA and you find it...

    For example: https://www.statsinsider.com.au/afl/...m%20Liberatore

    That compares Liber and flavour of the month Jack Steele.
    What should I tell her? She's going to ask.

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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important tom liberatore is

    Quote Originally Posted by mjp View Post
    Yeah - you just have to scroll through - AFL - Player DNA and you find it...

    For example: https://www.statsinsider.com.au/afl/...m%20Liberatore

    That compares Liber and flavour of the month Jack Steele.
    I see you can make any comparison.

    Adam Treloar compares pretty much with Libba, except Ads has more uncontested poss.
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    Re: The surprising statistic that highlights how important Tom Liberatore is

    The Shot Charting section on Stats Insider is also a great resource. They do some good work on there (and based off Twitter, one of the guys involved @sgtbutane is a Dogs fan so it deserves our support!).

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