Allstars 2: AFL

Posted: November 4, 2011 in All Stars
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And here we go again this time Aussie Rules and as always we start with the forward line, so the full forward line

FF Tony Lockett, the AFL/VFL goals record holder Brownlow medalist and all time great.

FP Gary Ablett snr, possibly the most skilled player to pick up a ball able to do the most freaky of moves.

FP Darren Jarman, one of if not the best goal sneak only a shame he played for the crows

and the half forwards

CHF Jonathan Brown, the toughest and one of the best marks tipple premiership player and captain that leads by example.

HF James Hird, able to do it all the norm smith, Brownlow and premiership captain, now coach has done it all.

HF  Leigh Matthews, one of the greats played and coached premierships unbelievably tough and skillful

to the center line

C Paul Kelly, captain courageous the inspirational swans leader had the skills and toughness to match it with anyone.

W Bob Skilton, triple brownlow medalist, 9 time club champion earned him the right to have it named after him and a spot on this list

W Adam Goddes, dual Brownlow medalist can play anywhere on the ground and earns a spot as back up ruck/midfielder/forward

and the midfield

R Jim Stymes, the Irishman who won a Brownlow and now president of his club, one of the few ruckmen to win a Brownlow

F Chris Judd, triple Brownlow medalist and possibly the best to play the game in this era

F Gary Ablett jnr, as good as his dad and one of only two to rival judd for best player of this era

the half back line

CHB Glen Jackovitich, the only man who constantly shut down Carrey

HB Paul Roos, the man was a great player with explosive run from the back line and more importantly coached the swans to their first premiership in 72 years!

HB Matthew Scarlet, key to gelongs almost unbreakable defence that helped them win three flags in five years

the full back line

FB Steven Silvagni, the full back of the century he was a master of the defensive arts.

BP Gavin Wanganeen, first indigenous Brownlow winner and one of the most skillful back pockets i’ve ever seen

BP Luke Hodge, one of the best players I’ve seen his determination is priceless

and the bench

1 Micheal Voss, can’t have a team without the triple premiership captain and Brownlow winner in there somewhere

2 Ron Barrasi, AFL legend and a name that needed to be included

3 Barry Robrin, possibly the greatest ever and best from SA

4 Greg Williams, amazing career spanning 3 clubs and 300 games

and yes some of them I never saw play and picked on reputation alone others have amazing reputation but lost out to players I’ve seen and loved to watch and yes some of their names are spelt wrong that’s how this works but enjoy.


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