PODCAST | 2022 Pocket Profiles Review Pt. 1

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Lekdog Damo and Patch sit down and review the first half of the 2022 Jock Reynolds Pocket Profiles.

Time codes are not included because mid upload Lekdog heard Sam Walsh was injured and had to take a walk, a very long walk.

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Geelong – @EChallis

West Coast – @Empr_X

Richmond – @SC_Kev7

Essendon – @PatchToTheMax

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bombers56

Loved the discussion lads.Some really good insights and looking forward to part 2.
Carlton are going to miss Walsh!

Rick Grimes

What does Walsh’s injury mean for Cerra?

Russty_

Time for the lad to step up Rick and claim his spot as a gun mid, hopefully that’s what it means to him.

Lion Tamer

hahahahaha love the Twitter post, very good well done. The greatest comments are always made without speaking

Streaker

This will be the year Heeney burns you again by not selecting him.

Derek

I can see Heeney starting well, getting plenty of midfield, until Mills comes back

Russty_

And then breaking his hand on the back of someone’s head?…lol

Derek

I’m starting yo hear enough talk about Taranto playing forward to doubt his selection.

Duncan is too much risk of missing games, looking at Dunkley at F1

How many bulldogs are too many. So many mouths to feed at the kennel?

Is it too much having Macrae, Dunkley and Daniel?

Russty_

Not at all, only when it comes to the byes does that really matter. Macrae will still ave 120+ Bont 115 and Daniel probably 100, Dunkley?…not sure but over 90 you’d think.