Poll: Bulldog Mids

Written by The Salamander on February 4 2021

froffershanners and ToneStar want to know how many, if any, of the Western Bulldogs’ many, many midfielders you’re planning on starting.

Which Bulldog midfielders are you starting? Pick as many as you like.

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How many is too many? And can they all be SuperCoach-relevant at once? Let us know in the comments below!


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5 thoughts on “Poll: Bulldog Mids”

  1. What a conundrum, with superior midfielders in Macrae, Dunkley, Bontempelli and Hunter with back up in Liberatore and Bailey Smith it was always difficult who to choose… now throw in latest pick up, the brilliant Adam Treloar plus a coach with a perchance to move his players around.
    His magnets could be spinning around so much that he will demagnetise his board!
    The Treloar selection was a real head scratcher, just what they needed another mid! Was it a case of an offer just to good to refuse? Better they take him than a rival club?.
    Will it became the trade of the decade or just an overwhelming abundance of riches. Where to play all these stars and will they siphon points off each other.
    I just don’t know?
    If I had my arm twisted I would choose the underrated but highly classy Lachie Hunter.
    But at the moment.. I will be Dogless.


  2. Thanks for posting this. Think Bont is the one I’m most likely to start of them all. Think he has the potential to be the number 1 supercoach mid at some stage in his career which has led me to selecting him every year for the past 5 years.


  3. Starting Dunkely, eyes on Macrae or Bont as an upgrade target.

    Probably Bonts as his scoring is more up and down hence easier to up grade too.


  4. As someone who has started Macrae for the last 4-5 seasons I’m breaking trend, I’m not starting a dogs mid with treloar I’m not sure any of them will be dominating in terms of SC consistently.

    Will watch pre season & early games for upgrade target potential



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