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 Post subject: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Mon Sep 13, 2021 7:50 pm 
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https://www.carltonfc.com.au/news/1016490/hampson-to-take-game-changers-to-new-heights



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Shaun Hampson has been appointed as the ruck coach for the AFLW side.





"Get your body in good position, time your jump well, hit it to one of our players...now pay me."


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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Those that can do, those that can't teach?


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 Post subject: AFLW 2022
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I'm sure some of this has to do with the Megan factor, but this guy looks in mint condition.

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 Post subject: AFLW 2022
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jezzarules wrote:


https://twitter.com/AFL/status/1444976146106355716


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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https://www.womens.afl/news/76579/





14 teams.

10 rounds before finals.

One day, they might get it right.

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

He (Mr Swann) said the honour and pride associated with the club's traditional navy blue jumper was priceless.


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2021 6:26 pm 
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bluedog wrote:
https://www.womens.afl/news/76579/





14 teams.

10 rounds before finals.

One day, they might get it right.


Like the AFL Men's does with 22 rounds and 18 teams?


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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33mcconville wrote:
bluedog wrote:
https://www.womens.afl/news/76579/





14 teams.

10 rounds before finals.

One day, they might get it right.


Like the AFL Men's does with 22 rounds and 18 teams?



As crappy as the AFL draw is, at least each team plays each other once.

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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Is it possible for the 'Game Changers' tag to be obliterated?

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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Is Charlotte Wilson out injured? She'll be a loss against the Pies

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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Oh well...

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

He (Mr Swann) said the honour and pride associated with the club's traditional navy blue jumper was priceless.


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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High school-like timekeeping rules in place again for this season.

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

He (Mr Swann) said the honour and pride associated with the club's traditional navy blue jumper was priceless.


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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Harford would do well to have the players recognise their substantial weaknesses, and not pretend they didn't have said weaknesses. :gift:

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

He (Mr Swann) said the honour and pride associated with the club's traditional navy blue jumper was priceless.


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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2022 6:39 pm 
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bluedog wrote:
Harford would do well to have the players recognise their substantial weaknesses, and not pretend they didn't have said weaknesses. :gift:



I like this comment.

Get fair dinkum and the girls will learn.

Bombing into the forwardline, or bombing it anywhere to Collingwood's disciplined zoning reminded me of several of the previous men's senior team coaches (plural).

Lucy McEvoy seems to have stepped up.

Wasn't impressed with the defending. Letting the Pies forwards lead into space with ease was so obvious for 4 quarters....

Watched a few of the AFLW games. Have to be mindful the gorls know what to do but execution is Under 14's imo.

Great to see our jumper on TV, and the pro active Blues support was obvious too.

Go Blues.

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2022 7:14 pm 
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We have a couple of absolute guns in Prespakis and Moody and it falls away from there.
The lack of game sense is astounding. I don't know how many times we had a free kick or mark and had no one ahead of the ball to kick to. It's not difficult. If a team mate has the ball, options 35m ahead of the ball must be presented.
Whether in defence, midfield or attack, we were outnumbered ahead of the ball.
Giving away 2 goals from undisciplined 50's and an out of bounds kick across goals killed us.

Harford needs to forget the kumbaya coaching and instil some discipline and mongrel. Instead we still tolerate players hearing footsteps.
If falling over counted as possessions, Vescio would have had 20+.
It was as frustrating as hell. Collingwood continually presented the 20m option and we gave it to them all day instead of showing some accountability.
I like our long kicking economical game style. AFLW is a territory game and players who can run with the ball are gold. We have them. We just need to work harder to get the ball back when the opposition have it.

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2022 7:20 pm 
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Blue Vain wrote:
We have a couple of absolute guns in Prespakis and Moody and it falls away from there.
The lack of game sense is astounding. I don't know how many times we had a free kick or mark and had no one ahead of the ball to kick to. It's not difficult. If a team mate has the ball, options 35m ahead of the ball must be presented.
Whether in defence, midfield or attack, we were outnumbered ahead of the ball.
Giving away 2 goals from undisciplined 50's and an out of bounds kick across goals killed us.

Harford needs to forget the kumbaya coaching and instil some discipline and mongrel. Instead we still tolerate players hearing footsteps.
If falling over counted as possessions, Vescio would have had 20+.
It was as frustrating as hell. Collingwood continually presented the 20m option and we gave it to them all day instead of showing some accountability.
I like our long kicking economical game style. AFLW is a territory game and players who can run with the ball are gold. We have them. We just need to work harder to get the ball back when the opposition have it.

Indeed. We were very ordinary in the way we allowed Collingwood players to lead and mark simply, and not just in the forward line. We didn't pick up our opponents or run off them and make play. Our disposal continues to be sub-par and we didn't make the most of Moody dominating in the ruck.


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 Post subject: AFLW 2022
PostPosted: Sun Jan 09, 2022 7:35 pm 
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Nice to be back at the footy but our delivery into attack was all over the shop.

Our absolute best chain of possessions for the day along the southern wing ended with our forward going for a pass instead of just kicking the goal, Lygon St end. And buggered up the pass

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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CK95 wrote:
Nice to be back at the footy but our delivery into attack was all over the shop.

Our absolute best chain of possessions for the day along the southern wing ended with our forward going for a pass instead of just kicking the goal, Lygon St end. And buggered up the pass

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Or could/should have even handballed over the top, I believe.

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 Post subject: Re: AFLW 2022
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bluedog wrote:
Harford would do well to have the players recognise their substantial weaknesses, and not pretend they didn't have said weaknesses. :gift:



In saying this, he himself might realise that the talent factor is limited, and therefore tell the players to play with gay abandon.

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Until each team plays each other the same number of times, the AFL, as a fair dinkum competition, cannot be taken seriously.

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bluedog wrote:
bluedog wrote:
Harford would do well to have the players recognise their substantial weaknesses, and not pretend they didn't have said weaknesses. :gift:



In saying this, he himself might realise that the talent factor is limited, and therefore tell the players to play with gay abandon.


I believe most of them already do that.

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