The loss of Moltzen next year is going to implicate the style of game we play. His and Benji’s connection and style of game was amazing to watch. The bad thing is the tigers may have underestimated his talent and future prospects. His role as a full back has remained strong and consistent, but with a number 7 on his back, magic may have been made. I can’t help but worry about Lui, who to me shows no strategic thinking, or game plan. He lacks the ability to take the pressure of Benji, and struggles with creating more then one play per game, not to mention his defense. Unless the tigers find a stronger half back in 2012 will be no different then 2011. Premierships are won with a strong 1,6,7 and 9. With Moltzen taking the number 7, the combination formed would of been nothing but first class. 2012 will be a great year for Moltzen, assuming his injury free, shame he won’t be at the tigers to help contest for the premiership.
One of the more inaccurate posts I have read of late.
He got 1 thing right Willow
You need a good 1,6,7 and 9
Unfortunately our 1 was only good for the last month of footy
If he had been like that for 80% of the season we may have finished further up the table and got an easier draw in the semis