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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Just a hit man for Nick Daicos now.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Gotta win this game boys and girls, the season is on the line.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Does Bevo reach in to his weird and wonderful bag of magic tricks and play JOD as a defensive tall forward?
    "I'll give him a hug before the first bounce and then I'll run into my pack and give them orders to rip him apart."

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Pies with some injury concerns of their own.

    Jamie Elliott ? vascular issue (Rounds 13-16)
    Will Hoskin-Elliott ? hamstring (Round 13)
    Josh Eyre ? hamstring (Round 13)
    Tom Mitchell ? foot (Round 13-16)
    Aiden Begg ? PCL (Season)
    Josh Carmichael - concussion (TBC)
    Oscar Steene ? toe (Round 18+)
    Dan McStay ? ACL (Return to match play training post-Round 15 bye)
    Mason Cox ? knee (Round 18)
    Brody Mihocek ? hamstring (Round 14-16)
    Jordan De Goey ? groin (Round 14)
    Joe Richards ? foot (Round 16-17)

    So key players missing Friday night. No Elliott, Hoskin-Elliott, Mitchell, Cox, Mihocek and DeGoey.

    Jack Bytel (concussion) and Jeremy Howe (groin) are expected to be available for Friday night?s clash against the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium. Reef McInnes (concussion) could also be available if he gets through his concussion protocols, although the club didn?t include the forward in the ?to be assessed this week? section of the report.

    They will be missing eight 2023 Premiership players by my count on Friday night.

    Murphy
    Mihocek
    Elliott
    DeGoey
    Cox
    Mitchell
    Hosking-Elliott
    Ginnivan

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by angelopetraglia View Post
    Pies with some injury concerns of their own.

    Jamie Elliott ? vascular issue (Rounds 13-16)
    Will Hoskin-Elliott ? hamstring (Round 13)
    Josh Eyre ? hamstring (Round 13)
    Tom Mitchell ? foot (Round 13-16)
    Aiden Begg ? PCL (Season)
    Josh Carmichael - concussion (TBC)
    Oscar Steene ? toe (Round 18+)
    Dan McStay ? ACL (Return to match play training post-Round 15 bye)
    Mason Cox ? knee (Round 18)
    Brody Mihocek ? hamstring (Round 14-16)
    Jordan De Goey ? groin (Round 14)
    Joe Richards ? foot (Round 16-17)

    So key players missing Friday night. No Elliott, Hoskin-Elliott, Mitchell, Cox, Mihocek and DeGoey.

    Jack Bytel (concussion) and Jeremy Howe (groin) are expected to be available for Friday night?s clash against the Western Bulldogs at Marvel Stadium. Reef McInnes (concussion) could also be available if he gets through his concussion protocols, although the club didn?t include the forward in the ?to be assessed this week? section of the report.

    They will be missing eight 2023 Premiership players by my count on Friday night.

    Murphy
    Mihocek
    Elliott
    DeGoey
    Cox
    Mitchell
    Hosking-Elliott
    Ginnivan
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    How do we manage that?
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by JanLorMill View Post
    Picking Croft in a must win game on the back of 1 good vfl game against a top 8 side is madness.
    That would be akin to giving up on 2024
    No selection move would ever be more "Bevo" than that.
    Expect him to play.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Outs: Richards, Naughton, Scott
    Ins: Sanders, Baker, and ummmm I guess maybe Bedendo.

    I'm not playing Lobb, personally.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Would Lobb have been told that he is not in the mix for selection this week which is why the leak of him leaving has come out?

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Cox out is a blow,



    to us.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by Axe Man View Post
    Cox out is a blow,



    to us.
    As ridiculed as Cox is, I think the R2/fwd role is a difficult one and they don't have tall forwards, which can make it even a harder one for him. He isn't much but I think he is a rung over their next option Krueger.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by Bullies View Post
    Would Lobb have been told that he is not in the mix for selection this week which is why the leak of him leaving has come out?
    I doubt it. They won't make any decisions on the team to play Collingwood until after tomorrow's sessions.
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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    I think Lobb is a guy who sees footy purely as a job. Might be a good thing in this current situation. His best ever season was when he was done with Freo.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    In: Lobb, JOD, Baker (sub)
    Out: Naughts, Libba, Scott (inj)

    I definitely see why some of your are hesitant to play Lobb and maybe you're right. There is a risk of being a bit top heavy but for mine, I don't like our smaller options enough to not go with Lobb. If Ed or Libba were right, I'd probably not want Lobb in. I'd share the ruck a bit more and have English spend more time forward if we want a bit more mobility.

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    Re: Always Right Match Committee Round 12 vs Collingwood

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis View Post
    I don?t want Macrae playing this week. Maybe injuries save him, but under the roof he?s out of place.

    In fast conditions his ability to move the ball on quickly, kick it through the air quickly and defend is poor. Based on what we saw late against Sydney he should be about 8 back for a midfield rotation too.

    He can play in conditions that suit, but he isn’t someone who should play at Marvel, especially against Collingwood.
    He looks to handball backwards an awful lot, and often either turns it over or brings pressure on the receiver that wasn’t necessary.

    Will play this week though surely
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