Franklin v Rioli

Written by Motts on March 9 2011

Continuing our intraclub series, I’m presenting you with a conundrum that has bothered me for quite some time now. Lance is an out-and-out champion. Running down the wing, Essendon defender struggling to keep up, one bounce, two bounces, three bounces….still gives me chills. On his day he can do anything he wants.

Cyril also kicks goals, tackles ferociously, and has football instincts that other players would give up their sisters for. Not only that, he’s rumoured to be earmarked for more time in the guts in 2011.

So who gets your nod?

What should the TEAM do with Jacob Weitering (CAR)?

  • TRADE (58%, 42 Votes)
  • HOLD (42%, 30 Votes)

Total Voters: 72

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10 thoughts on “Franklin v Rioli”

  1. Rioli tore it up in shep thru the midfield but even clarko said then that once bateman,mitchell,sewell and co return he’ll back in the forward line. They have been working on his aerobic fitness though which means they want him to be able to float through the middle but I dont think he’ll spend all his time there.

    With hale in the side he’ll be resting up forward like he did in shep and buddy will get more of a run through the midfield/half fwd line so if anything i think buddys avg may increase more than riolis.

    Either way, as a hawks supporter ive heard both these guys are set for a massive year.

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  2. Don’t associate him as Lance. Lance is more the sort of name i associate with a slightly tubby redheaded Carlton footballer.

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  3. Bit worried about all the negative attention Buddy gets from the umpires/tribunal as all the free kicks he gives away and games he gets suspended for might make Rioli a safer bet. If it was Buddy who made that bump on Maxwell last weekend, you’d guarantee he’d miss a few weeks. Double standards, anyone?!

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  4. Buddy is ready to explode and rip the competition a new one this year…

    As a punting man the $5 currently on offer for him to win the Coleman is a worthy investment.

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