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Post by Second Team on Mon Apr 30, 2018 5:54 pm

Hopefully we can get some players back and get another win. And a pie.  Shocked Shocked Shocked

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Post by Lee Harradine on Mon Apr 30, 2018 6:35 pm

Agree on both counts, ST.

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Post by aldo russian on Wed May 02, 2018 7:26 am

Let's assume Beech, Porplyzia and Agostino come in. (Not sure about Green, and I'd think Wasley-Black would have to come back via the Reserves.) Who misses out?
For me it's Waite, Anderson and Bates.
Brett Turner also seems to have found some form in the Reserves.
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Post by brodlach on Wed May 02, 2018 8:23 am

Anderson had been really good and I wouldn’t drop him. Bates was good last game
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Post by Lachlan on Wed May 02, 2018 8:05 pm

I would also think Webb would be available.

Therefore I would leave out Noonan,Pillon,L. Evans and Head.

I think Turner is a good footballer and as I have stated before I hope he gets the opportunity to play in the midfield when he gets back into the league side.
He has been playing as a permanent half Forward or forward pocket for the past couple of season which means he has been starved of opportunities. He may need another game in the ressies.
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Post by Lachlan on Wed May 02, 2018 9:18 pm

My team would be

FF Beech Webb Porps
HF Rankine Middleton Karpanny
C Noble Stevens Waite
HB Hill Wilson Agostino
FB J.Evans Ryan Burgess

Ruck McPherson Keough Schiller

INT Anderson Batley Bates.

I would also rest Keough up Forward at times during the match as he would be very hard to match up on.
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Post by aldo russian on Thu May 03, 2018 7:12 am

Mine is:

Karpany Middleton Pillion
Beech Keough Rankine
Batley Stevens Noonan
Porplyzia Burgess Agostino
J.Evans Wilson J.Ryan

McPherson
Schiller
Noble

Int: Bates, Turner, Hill
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Post by Jamo on Thu May 03, 2018 7:41 am

Lachlan wrote:My team would be

FF Beech Webb Porps
HF Rankine Middleton Karpanny
C Noble Stevens Waite
HB Hill Wilson Agostino
FB J.Evans Ryan Burgess

Ruck McPherson Keough Schiller

INT Anderson Batley Bates.

I would also rest Keough up Forward at times during the match as he would be very hard to match up on.

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Post by aldo russian on Thu May 03, 2018 10:35 am

I think Noonan has given us some real dash, he has quite a penetrating kick and I think he's a better footballer than Waite.

I also think Pillion should hold his spot. He still makes the odd blue but he's genuinely creative and is also a very good kick. His effort last week near the boundary line, to tap the ball along the ground past an opponent, run around him and then tackle him and win a holding the ball free, before playing on and kicking smartly to Keough (who goaled) was something out of nothing. He followed that up with his own crumbing goal in the goal square. If he can generate two goals a game he's almost worth his spot for that at this stage.
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Post by Lachlan on Thu May 03, 2018 2:00 pm

Its a good situation to be in that we are discussing players that should and shouldn't be in the league side.
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Post by blood bath on Thu May 03, 2018 2:51 pm

I am always reluctant to change a winning side. I'd keep backing in the kids such as Pillion, Noonan, Evans etc. That said, Green's last match against Centrals was very strong and Beech is a class player, so if fit, would have them in (maybe Head and Bates?)

Would suggest Porps has another run in the 2's. Wasley-Black has a couple in the 2s before even being considered for League
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Post by blood bath on Thu May 03, 2018 5:45 pm

Jason Porplyzia will make his long awaited return to the West Adelaide league side after suffering an ACL injury in a trial game in 2017. Porplyzia has played the last two games in the development side, getting second best on ground last week against South Adelaide.

Jono Beech, Jack Agostino and Daniel Webb have been named in the extended bench after both suffering injuries over the last few weeks.

Dustin Head and Tom Pillion who both played great games last week have been squeezed out of the side and will play reserves.


INS: Porplyzia, Jason; Beech, Jonathon; Webb, Daniel; Agostino, Jack

OUTS: Head, Dustin; Pillion, Thomas
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Post by Thiele on Thu May 03, 2018 6:39 pm

League
West Adelaide veteran Jason Porplyzia could return for the first time in two seasons against Glenelg on Friday night.
The 2015 premiership star hasn’t played at Macca’s League level since Round 7 2016 due to a series of serious knee injuries but has been named on the extended interchange bench.
He has been joined by former Crow Jono Beech, who has recovered from a back ailment, ruckman Daniel Webb and steady defender Jack Agostino.
Their return has forced Dustin Head and Thomas Pillion to be sent back to the Reserves.

F: Rankine, Bates, Karpany
HF: Anderson, Middleton, Noble
C: Batley, Stevens, Waite
HB: L. Evans, Burgess, Hill
B: J. Ryan, Wilson, J. Evans

R: McPherson, Keough, Schiller
INT: Webb, Noonan, Porplyzia, Beech, Agostino
IN: Porplyzia, Beech, Webb, Agostino
OUT: Head, Pillion

Reserves
Dunkin, Eastman, Fairlie, Head, Holliday, Hupfeld, Inglis, Jaensch, I. Johnson, Kirk, Laube, Lynch, Majok, Miller, Parrella, Peter, Pillion, L. Ryan, B. Turner, G. Turner, Wasley-Black.
Under-18
Caruso, Dalgleish, Geddes-Ryan, Haysman, Gutsche, Hay, Horstmann, Earl, Groom, Pillion, Milde, Wooldridge, Stakic, Morelli, Rana, Nunan, Westley, Hocking, Tuckwell, Tierney, Couroupis, Kent, Kennedy, Wulff.

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Post by Lee Harradine on Thu May 03, 2018 7:02 pm

G Turner in the Development team is Gibson Turner, a new recruit.

Gibson was originally on Richmond's rookie list and jas been playing in Alice Springs.

Gibson is a forward.
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Post by firstblood on Thu May 03, 2018 9:11 pm

Lee Harradine wrote:G Turner in the Development team is Gibson Turner, a new recruit.

Gibson was originally on Richmond's rookie list and jas been playing in Alice Springs.

Gibson is a forward.

Watched him closely at training, shows a lot of skills and one to keep an eye on.
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Post by blacky on Fri May 04, 2018 9:59 pm

what can you say Question

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Post by blood bath on Fri May 04, 2018 10:15 pm

blacky wrote:what can you say Question

That's Westies for you!
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Post by blacky on Fri May 04, 2018 10:36 pm

I have to be honest and say I am sick of losing
How can you go to a game and put up with s*** like that week after week year after year
And having to hear this is the time the club needs you
Why do we bother
I love my club but it's bloody hard to be positive

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Post by Wolf Pack on Fri May 04, 2018 11:15 pm

What a weak performance on our home deck against a side that had only had one win.
The Milera’s ran rings around us and ended up with 6 goals between them.
Our forward line was non existent after quarter time.


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Post by blackandred on Sat May 05, 2018 6:29 am

Cant really understand how we got that close. After Q time the Bays pressure stopped our run. Very ordinary performance considering we finally got Beech, Rankine and Porps all on the park together.
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Post by aldo russian on Sat May 05, 2018 8:22 am

Smashed in ruck, smashed at stoppages - if not in terms of the number of clearances, then certainly in the quality.
Several of our younger players were very ordinary, and several of our better/more experienced players made little or no contribution.
Maybe it's the way of the modern game but it looks so bad when the opposition split you open and move the ball into an open forward 50 for an easy mark and score.
We also don't seem to know how to stop an opponent's momentum within a quarter.
Bottom line for me - we haven't got enough good footballers.
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Post by Lachlan on Sat May 05, 2018 9:08 am

I agree with you Aldo 100%.

We were smashed in the ruck and stoppages especially in the centre square.
We were very slow with our ball movement and I thought the bays tackling was far superior to ours.
Many times we were opened up by Glenelg which meant they kicked
easy goals.

Our Midfield lacks depth and we just don’t have enough good SANFL Players at the present time.

Our younger players really struggled including L&J Evans,Ryan,McPherson
and Karpany who doesn’t find enough of the ball. There were others as well.

Turner has been best in the ressies for the past 3 weeks and he clearly needs another opportunity at league level. It's time to try him in the midfield for the next month in the league side.



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Post by westborn on Sat May 05, 2018 11:39 am

Yes. We just don't have the cattle. And we haven't since the Premiership.

The only solution is we need to recruit better. Developing younger players is not a short term or a long term solution - It DOES NOT WORK.
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Post by blacky on Sat May 05, 2018 11:55 am

cant recruit when you don't have any money

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Post by Wolf Pack on Sat May 05, 2018 12:20 pm

blacky wrote:cant recruit when you don't have any money

In that case, we will remain at the bottom of the ladder.....
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