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    Quote Originally Posted by Syd Swan View Post
    I agree, but we must also be electric.

    Watt I suggest is that our current inside midfielders must amp up their output and be clean distributors of the ball to our electric outside runners. The outside runners can then volt the ball into the forward line where buddy will be charging out and benny will be at his feet providing an extra spark. We have quite a few players who can alternate through the midfield and act as distributors, we can't afford to have players with a reluctance for hard work in the centre. Players with a resistance to hard work will not be tolerated, and I am sure it would not take long for Horse to blow a fuse and relay a message to them that they will find themselves on the bench if they don't switch on.
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    I hope weather holds until late evening, although the forecast doesn't look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syd Swan View Post
    I agree, but we must also be electric.

    Watt I suggest is that our current inside midfielders must amp up their output and be clean distributors of the ball to our electric outside runners. The outside runners can then volt the ball into the forward line where buddy will be charging out and benny will be at his feet providing an extra spark. We have quite a few players who can alternate through the midfield and act as distributors, we can't afford to have players with a reluctance for hard work in the centre. Players with a resistance to hard work will not be tolerated, and I am sure it would not take long for Horse to blow a fuse and relay a message to them that they will find themselves on the bench if they don't switch on.


    And put the acid on our battery of mids.
    He reminds him of the guys, close-set, slow, and never rattled, who were play-makers on the team. (John Updike, seeing Josh Kennedy in a crystal ball)

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    With long arcing kicks to our forwards this will short circuit the opposition's defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dosser View Post
    Actually Ampers, Barry is just repeating what the Swans camp was saying last year. He may have tackled well but he was really only running one way. They said they were working on that.
    Yes. You could see it right in front of your eyes at the ground. He didnt man up and teamates giving him a spray.

    Ampers, play the ball not the man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barry View Post
    Yes. You could see it right in front of your eyes at the ground. He didnt man up and teamates giving him a spray.

    Ampers, play the ball not the man.
    Pot. Kettle. Black. Given some of your comments to others at times.

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