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    Changes for Rnd 3 V GWS

    Ins. McGlynn?
    Outs. Hmmm this is a hard one. It would have to be Towers or Goodes or Laidler and Rohan goes back.

    Sub Heeney.

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    Hate to say it but McGlynn for Goodes.
    Heeney as sub to give him a rest to be ready for Subiaco the following week.
    Based on the last 2 games Laidler & Towers offered more.

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    Heeney sub? Do you even supercoach?

    Mcglynn in for towers for me, Towers played well but Mcglynn is obviously better.

    Can't afford to lose pace, have to keep Rohan in.

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    Changes for Rnd 3 V GWS = none!
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    Has to be Goodes out for McGlynn. It was perhaps the first game I've seen where they could have gotten away without activating the sub at all, other than to give Rohan's legs a rest. Goodes unfortunately had limited impact—and by the time he got on the ground, there was little left to be done. He looked as keen as ever—perhaps too keen, overbaking a handful of disposals—but I wonder whether the team has developed to the point that a post-Goodes world is not nearly as bleak as we might have once suspected.

    Towers deserves his place. His chase and forward pressure was fantastic, as was Rohan's. When Rohan sticks a few more tackles, his game will be first class. His run was amazing, as was a great deal of his kicking. His combination with Buddy is developing both along the wing and inside 50. Good to see McVeigh, Shaw and Pyke flying the flag a bit against Port, too.

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    Agree with others....Unfortunately, it's blindingly obvious...

    OUT : Goodes
    IN : McGlynn

    I suppose Mitchell (listed as our best in the 2's) will have to bide his time for now.
    Allthough, if Horse wants to keep every one on their toes....
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    The only change that could possibly contemplated after that performance, if the list is healthy, would be either Goodes into the 21 or into the reserves to get some game time. Can't judge Goode's performance on the few minutes that he had so perhaps it will be one of the other players to the bench as the only change (Heeney would be sensible, don't want to burn him out).

    McGlynn, Mitchell and BJ will have to wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by O'Reilly Boy View Post
    Towers deserves his place. His chase and forward pressure was fantastic..
    No he doesn't. If I never see him in the team again, I will be a happy man. Soft, soft, soft.
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    Rohan's tackling and enthusiasm were good but was he responsible for Pittard? I'm not Jasper's biggest fan and he didn't really hurt us but gee he got a lot of the footy.

    McGlynn in for Towers for if it was my choice but I'm expecting no change. Not a hope in hell Goodes will be running around in the NEAFL.
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    I have to agree with out for Goodes. He looked lost when he came on the ground. Did not know what to do. The great Jude Bolton keeps saying he has gone one to many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untamed Snark View Post
    Hate to say it but McGlynn for Goodes.
    Heeney as sub to give him a rest to be ready for Subiaco the following week.
    Based on the last 2 games Laidler & Towers offered more.
    Not sure about the sub, but I reluctantly agree with you on the 'out', if McGlynn is to come in. On form, Goodes has to go, but this would be awkward, and I'm not sure that Horse could do it at this early stage in the season, and might see playing the GWS as a good time to let Goodes get decent game time. If this is the case, who goes out becomes a very tough question.

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