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Warning fly in footy players hurting state league sides by playing in their own state

Warning fly in foot더킹카지노y players hurting state league sides by playing in their own state

Kade Waterhouse – AFL Media The Bombers would be well served to listen to all states when they travel

Coach Simon Goodwin will miss this weekend’s clash with Essendon after suffering a serious groin injury.

The Bombers had hoped to get all 23 players available this week to face the Bombers at Etihad Stadium, and all have agreed to travel home in time to host the match at the Gabba on Sunday.

That is because the club are in danger of missing the next two games, with the premiership-winning team currently in fifth spot in the table, four games down on Gold Coast with four matches remaining and without f바카라사이트inals hopes.

Five talking points: Essendon v West Coast

AFL.com.au understands the Bombers have lost out on a number of players and the club will continue to fight for the remainder.

Goodwin, however, has indicated he won’t sit out this weekend’s clash with the Bombers.

Bombers’ Tom Bellchambers, Steven May, Matt Rosa, Lachie Henderson, Lachie Whitfield, Jesse Hogan, Joel Selwood, Nick Dal Santo, Josh Bruce and Mitch Moxley will all play at the Gabba.

It is the first clash for the Bombers since the Bombers lost 17 of 24 to the Sydney Swans in round 12 of the 2017 season.

The Bombers are in the midst of their best pre-season, having already won a total of 11 games across their 12 rounds.

As well as playing the Cats at the Gabba, the Bombers will play the Swans, Port Adelaide and St Kilda at Simonds Stadium before visiting the Lions at th우리카지노e MCG on Saturday.

Bombers’ Tom Bellchambers, Steven May, Matt Rosa, Lachie Henderson, Lachie Whitfield, Jesse Hogan, Joel Selwood, Nick Dal Santo, Josh Bruce and Mitch Moxley all play at the Gabba.

The Bombers return to the home of the Western Bulldogs at Alberton this week, followed by a series of games against Melbourne and Essendon.

On the weekend, the Bombers will be away to Sydney on Friday and host Essendon at Gabba on Saturday.

The West Australian played in two games against the Swans this week, as he recovers from an ankle injury he suffered last month, and he played i