The Roar
The Roar

Mick_Lions

Roar Pro

Joined December 2016

2.2k

Views

4

Published

222

Comments

Published

Comments

Thank you goes out to Sterling Coates for highlighting the issue!
The head coach of Brisbane will be from here on know as: Chris

Why the Lions can win it all

Oh wow! It worked. Wonder what was wrong with my last comment???

Why the Lions can win it all

Reply attempt no 12.

Why the Lions can win it all

I hear you Marty, but I think the Lions hoodoo breaking win over Richmond in the qualifying final proved that H&A form was no fluke. The Tigers had the weather fsll into their lap last night in Adelaide, that will not be the case tonight. It’s a gorgeous 26′ and sunny up here in Brissy. There will be a lot more goals kicked tonight that’s for sure. I am a bit worried about Danger, he ripped us to shreds last time we met and he looks like a man possessed. But if we score an early goal its game on and I reckon Fages will be able to keep a lid on the pressure that will build during the week. Go Lions

Why the Lions can win it all

A task I’ll back us in for!

Why the Lions can win it all

From where I was sitting, Richmond dominated the clearances in the last quarter when the Power desperately needed first hands on the ball. Bit of a scrappy game when marking it was more luck than skill. I feel confident that if the Lions get there they’ll beat the Tigers for Queensland Glory!!

Lambert's last-quarter strikes put Tigers into the decider

Living in Brisbane i got to watch Gaz play every weekend. He is called The Little Master for a very good reason. Week in, week out, he would dazzle the world with his skills an I for one rate him as the best of his generation and the best I’ve watched play. Dusty’s 2017 was the best season I’ve seen a player put together but Ablett did it for 10 years.

Gary's a bit better than the Norm

I do like the idea of Road Trips. Particularly to and from Perth and Brisbane. You can’t tell me that Collingwood won’t pack out Perth Stadium 2 weeks in a row.
TV rights go to the AFL coffers. Clubs need the crowds at home games to add to their own coffers so scheduling poor attendance games is not something they will want to do.

What might season 2021 look like?

I know the Lions can best Richmond but they need to kick straight for goal.

Kicking 4.17 won’t cut the mustard.

The Lions are kings of centre bounce clearances this year and get it in their F50 more than anyone else.

Just gotta make it count

AFL finals: Week 1 preview

Melbourne is 1778km. Queensland’s huge

AFL finals: Week 1 preview

The real X Factor for the Lions is Cam Rayner.

Only had 10 touches last week but 7 of them lead to goals with 2 off his own boot.

Throw in 7 tackles and he’s developing into a wrecking ball.

Watch this space

A case for every team in the 2020 finals

Nice article David.
I think Jack Reiwoldt summed it up best with “why am I doing this?” And answered himself with “I love my club”.
The players are entitled to make personal decisions in these unprecedented times.

Oh, and, SimplySimon, I have one word for you: FOOTYYYYYYYYYYY!!

Cats start road trip as Melbourne goes back into lockdown

Sam Mayes never grasped the concept that opponents were allowed to tackle him when he had the ball.

How deep do the Lions bat?

Great write up! I’m going with all your picks 👍

2019 AFL season: Round 23 preview

Wait till the All Australian squad comes out and you get to see names like Harris Andrews, Hugh McCluggage, Daniel Rich and Mitch Robinson who are all part of a team sitting 1st on the ladder. Lyons and Gardiner are smokeys for the 40 too. Talent on every line.

2019 AFL Power Rankings: Round 22

I agree with Eddie Tom!!
We can win 13 straight to take home the flag!!!! Gooooo Lions!!

Five talking points from AFL Round 22

As Dingo pointed out, the Lions love ticking off wins against bogey sides. Hadn’t beaten the Cats since 2013. We’ll beat West Coast at the Gabba in the first qualifying final and the Tigers will beat the Cats so we won’t meet again till the GF and that’ll be a cracker!

Five talking points from AFL Round 22

9 on the trot will do wonders for your consistency! And we can lose to the Tigers and still finish top 2. Fear no one hosting a final at the Gabbatoir

Five talking points from AFL Round 22

Lions on top of the ladder with 1 round to go!!! I’m on the Teague Train for the Blues to knock off the Cats in a thriller and we can finally add a minor premiership to the trophy cabinet along with this year’s cup!!! Lincoln McCarthy you bloody beauty!

Five talking points from AFL Round 22

They only turned it over due to setting a new world record for out on the full. Still good enough to win. Against the ladder leaders and stole their spot. Love playing after a bye. 2 home finals. Fagan will have the silicon out to shore up those holes.

Five talking points from AFL Round 22

The Lions poached Gold Coasts list manager Dom Ambrogio and it was he that struck the Lyons deal. lol

Five talking points from AFL Round 18

I’m a believer Peter! The only teams that have toweled us up this year are the Pies and the Bombers who destroyed us on fast paced turnovers and centre clearances. Fages fixed that during the bye and now my only concern is a clinical Eagles or rampant Tigers but they’ve got to get there first. Round 23 vs Richmond should be dead set cracker!

Five talking points from AFL Round 18

Brisbane are on a 5 game winning streak only rivaled by Richmond and Essondon. Geelong are falling apart, West Coast are just scraping through and the Giants have had to bring flankers into the middle to cover their losses. The Colliwobbles have kicked in for the Pies and Adelaide are just making up the numbers. Brisbane should be 3rd on the line of betting: in form, no injuries, top 4, home games galore, superbly coached, have luck on their side and Hodge in their side. They beat the Cats in round 22 and they’ll be minor premiers, get 2 home finals with a packed out Gabba and give anyone a run for their money in the GF. Go Lions!

Five talking points from AFL Round 18

Neale is on record as saying that Fagan was a huge influence in his decision. Lachie already has a cert 2 in coaching and believed Fagan would be the perfect mentor in his aspirations to one day be a senior coach himself.

Thriving culture the key to clubs’ success

No one else would have asked Hodgey other than Fages

Thriving culture the key to clubs’ success