11:23 "If we want to open up the game, it is reducing the number of players on the ground," he told "That purely for me is having seen some of the practice games that we've had which the AFL has organised where it has been 16-a-side. 17 (previously worn by Hamish McIntosh), while Parsons will wear No. 25 jumper that was previously worn by defender Jared Rivers.Cats going to the next level and the Hawkins stat that will blow you awayCats coach Chris Scott says his thoughts are with Gary Ablett jnr and his familyGeelong has recorded a 60-point win against Port AdelaideHarry Taylor speaks the day after our round 12 win.

The number 10 guernsey has been a bit unlucky of late, with the last six players to wear it playing an average of 45 games. Presented by Ford.Tom Hawkins filled in for BT after the Port Adelaide victory. Tony Polinelli is the only player to play more than 100 games in the 36, as he went on to play 138 games. Players; Awards; About ⇐ 2019 Geelong Playing List for 2020 (compare with the other club lists for 2020) Experience average 80.7 games ranked 1st for the year. There are plenty of jumper numbers that will find new homes in 2019 - we've delved into the history of those available. Since 1933, the former players and officials of the Geelong Football Club have been able to get together at home matches, talk over the past and watch the game together as representatives who were once out on the field. Other club legends Stan Thomas, Les Hardiman and Joe Sellwood have all worn the 21.Most recently worn by Aaron Black. The number six guernsey has seen plenty of recent success, with three-time premiership ruckman Brad Ottens donning the jumper during the Cats' premiership run. Or is there a way to convince him to stay?Sydney, Hawthorn, Western Bulldogs, Adelaide, North MelbourneA sustained period of success and a list still featuring some of the biggest stars of the game makes it impossible to write off Geelong, but for the first time in a long time they will be entering a season outside of the top eight in flag favouritism, starting as the 10th most likely at $18.If their biggest names can lift their weary legs the Cats can’t be written off: Ablett, Selwood, Hawkins and Dangerfield are alone a force to put fear into opposition sides when flying, but the support isn’t strong and it’s hard to carry a side on aging shoulders.Chris Scott knows there’s not a lot of young talent coming through and 2019 could be the last roll of the dice, so he’ll be investing in magic oils and liniments to extract the best from his best.Expect Geelong to throw everything into it’s upcoming campaign, but it’s hard to see it being enough.https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/2d/99/geelong-cats-logo_cdwhotxs10zy1iblveo2bn9sf.png?t=-2138827329&w=500&quality=80https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/79/e5/luke-dahlhaus_1elkao4izjjqt1m79j5ynqdk23.jpg?t=-2131883841&w=500&quality=80https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/27/e9/patrick-dangerfield_1pfju7cof2svp1fe7l4ksf3ga0.jpg?t=-596086533&w=500&quality=80https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/df/69/nakia-cockatoo_1mnjw05sd18301q47k2u7bpfol.jpg?t=-1961781612&w=500&quality=80https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/f/c7/geelong-cats-dangerfield-selwood-ablett_cu9kq3iazeqs1gsv2quj5lkgd.jpg?t=-2135228905&w=500&quality=80https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/55/d1/chris-scott_16yh56042it851vfr41nc3030k.jpg?t=-1253394085&w=500&quality=80

Geelong star Patrick Dangerfield has thrown his support behind reducing the number of on-field players to 16 per team in order to make AFL games more high-scoring.The state of the game and the lack of scoring compared to previous years has come under fire this season, particularly with the shortened quarters yielding low scores.One proposal floated in order to ease congestion has been reducing the number of players from 18 to 16, with a position at either end of the ground to be abolished.Referencing 16-a-side trial matches organised by the AFL, Dangerfield said that the radical change provides a viable path towards making the game a better spectacle. Geelong’s first pick in this year’s NAB National Draft, Cooper Stephens, will wear the number 12 worn most recently by Wylie Buzza.
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