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There's still some run left in Harry's 33-year-old legs 👴🏻
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Here’s your chance to get your question answered by Lingy and Scotty Gullan. Leave a question for our podcast panel below. 👇
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Tom Atkins looks likely to miss against the Blues, while Gary Rohan could be ready for a swift return. The latest Injury Update. Injury Update 📘:
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Nakia Cockatoo has signed a one-year contract extension with the club with a focus on his upcoming preseason.
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That’s all for now. Tune-in to Cats Media for vision to follow.
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Scott: (On Nakia Cockatoo) It looks like he’ll play this week. He got a little tight and he recovered from that and trained really well.
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Scott: (On Clark) He's moving well and the nature of those upper body injuries where the player can run often means they can come back a bit quicker. He won't be available this week but the next fortnight we’re open minded to.
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Scott: (On Rohan) It looks like he could be available this week but that’s not certain yet.
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Scott: (On Atkins) If he doesn’t play this week he’ll be likely to be available in that pre-finals bye in the VFL.
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Scott: Atkins is the first one from the weekend, he has a slight issue with his hand that needs a really minor surgical procedure that will probably keep him out this week.
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Scott: (On Tuohy forward) It probably will happen again but we haven’t exactly decided yet. He’s trained there a bit and we’ve been thinking about it from about two weeks before he kicked that goal against Melbourne.
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Scott: (On Cripps stoppage attention) I think if something is brought to your attention it’s human nature to be a little more tuned into it.
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Scott: (On Carlton) They have had a few things obviously that are a bit of a short term boost. They’re going to be a handful and I think they have been for every team they’ve played in the second half of the season.
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Scott: We’ve got a group of players we think are a really good chance (to return). Guys like Charlie Constable and Lachie Fogarty we hope to have ready if a chance opens up, but that’s difficult to forecast.
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Scott: (On ruck scenario) I do think you need to build your systems around the personnel you have. If we had Max Gawn we’d set up a little differently.
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Scott: (On modern game) It’s tougher than it’s ever been. Consistency of form is very closely related to health status and player availability.
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Scott: (On ruck scenario) We’ve got a very clear picture. That’s seperate to communicating it.
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Scott: (On ruck scenario) Some teams say we’ll be going with the same ruck every week regardless of the opposition and what the conditions are. That’s not us.
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Scott: (On recent form) Not as consistent as we’d like it to be, but still good enough to be in the top few teams in the competition based on the ladder.
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Chris Scott’s weekly presser is set to begin. Tweets to follow.
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