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DAVID MUNDY: Supercoach Spotlight 2018

DAVID MUNDY: Supercoach Spotlight 2018

By Post MaSloane The scene is set. The final siren has gone. 31,200 fans hold their breath at the ‘G as David Mundy lines up to take the game deciding kick against the tigers. He knows this situation. He’s been in it before. The nation watches on as the weather-hardened veteran takes the all important […]

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RORY SLOANE – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

RORY SLOANE – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

Everyone loves an underdog. Rising from the slums of Melbourne, Sloanedog Millionaire was taken at pick 44 in his second draft, in 2008. Hardly promising prospects for an aspiring midfielder. However, the crow with the lion heart quickly developed a cult following in the south, and it’s easy to see why. He’s got the lustrous […]

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JARROD WITTS – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

JARROD WITTS – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

Witts was a popular bench option in 2017, but it seems to begin 2018 everyone had pretty much locked in the Gawn/Nic Nat combo in as our starting rucks and called it a day. Then we’ve been hit with the news about Nic Nat not even being able to jump yet during pre-season training and […]

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PATRICK CRIPPS – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

PATRICK CRIPPS – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

As an out and proud Richmond supporter, I thought nothing could rival the man-love I feel for Dustin Martin… … I was wrong. The man-love coming (lol) from Carlton supporters for Patrick Cripps is on another level. “He’s a beast!”, they cry. “He’s never had a full preseason!” they yell. “I want to lock him […]

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HEATH SHAW – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

HEATH SHAW – Supercoach Spotlight 2018

By Dan Batten. Nah. No way. Shawly not. That’s what I’m sure most of you opening this article are thinking. Heath himself is probably sure of that. How can we forget one of the greatest SuperCoach falls from grace of all time? Previously a SuperCoach stalwart in defence, Shaw fell with an agonising thud after […]

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TOM BELLCHAMBERS – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

By Damien There was a story Dermott Brereton told on League Teams about Tommy Bellchambers being a well built unit, and if his injury history wasn’t so glaring, the “well built” mightn’t be so hard to argue. When Bellchambers is playing, he does alright, his hitouts to advantage, his average time on ground, disposals, disposal […]

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JACK MACRAE – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

JACK MACRAE – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

I just don’t get the Bulldogs. I know most sides play it very fluid with player positions, and you can see anyone playing all over the field, but normally there’s some sort of a structure. Look at Geelong – sure, they’ve got sixteen midfielders, but you know Tom Hawkins will play forward, Zac Smith will […]

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DANGERFIELD vs MARTIN vs MITCHELL

DANGERFIELD vs MARTIN vs MITCHELL

Hey Community. Kev here. Lek, Patch, BvC – those are the guys that stood up and kept the Jock Reynolds train rumbling for another season. Patch just roped me in because, umm, err…. he needed someone to get the coffee? Someone to get him his pre-podcast danish? (he won’t go on without his danish). Whatever […]

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TOM J. LYNCH – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

TOM J. LYNCH – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

He’s not the Tom Lynch I have a soft spot for, but he still lives up to the name by being a heck of a player. 2018 shapes up to be a big year for this Lynch, coming into free agency, he’ll have plenty of high dollar offers on the table from Victoria, but he’ll […]

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LUKE SHUEY – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

LUKE SHUEY – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

I’m sure those who owned Luke Shuey in 2017 had high hopes for him after finishing 2016 with an average of 105.6 SCPoints, which was 17th best in the AFL. He cost a pretty penny to start the season, with a $574,500 price tag, but he failed to replicate his scores, falling to his lowest […]

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JACK GUNSTON – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

JACK GUNSTON – 2018 Supercoach Spotlight

Goodness gracious me, there’s no way to sugar coat it, is there? This year, the forward line is a burning dumpster. Only 11 players who are forward eligible in 2018 averaged more than 90 in 2017. And only five of those that averaved more than 90 managed the feat over 20 or more games. The […]

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