Today’s tone is of frustration, exasperation, and most of all – repetition. Because this has all happened before; too many times.
It’s much easier writing these things after a win, let me tell you.
There are … so many things we could go in-depth with today. So many.
At the moment the midfield mix isn’t right. Or to be more accurate, it’s not complete.
Before we get to North’s style of play against Fremantle, let’s take a step back and look at AFL trends. More specifically, how teams defend.
A final round game with nothing on the line sometimes feels like an episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway.
The afternoon at the Adelaide Oval played out as a 120-minute confirmation of everything we’ve learned and known over the course of 2018.
What we’re going to avoid today is delving into the normal clichés which make appearances like clockwork after a disappointing loss. What we are going to tackle is why the third quarter played out the way it did.
Can you be very lucky and still deserve to win at the same time?
Games tend to move at a slower pace in Hobart. Whether you think that’s a good thing or a bad thing depends on personal preference. But it does fundamentally change how the game is played.