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Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Fri Jan 23, 2015 2:29 pm

Where's your mates when you have big brothers lurking around? Very Happy
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Post by Lee on Fri Jan 23, 2015 2:53 pm

Adam, I think can remember Hamish having a kick at training on the sidelines when he was very young.

Presumably that was while you were first training.

Is that right, or has my memory gone?

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Post by Harts7 on Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:30 pm

Lee wrote:Adam, I think can remember Hamish having a kick at training on the sidelines when he was very young.

Presumably that was while you were first training.

Is that right, or has my memory gone?

Yes mate that'd be right!

You'd rarely find Hamish or myself without a footy or cricket bat in hand whilst growing up. And not much has changed!
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Post by Big Phil on Fri Jan 23, 2015 7:28 pm

Cheers, Harts...

What is the funniest thing you have heard said out on the footy field?

Cheers,

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Post by Scrunch on Fri Jan 23, 2015 8:31 pm

G'day Adam,

Mate if you could choose 1 player from each rival club to come out to Westies, who and why?

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Post by Harts7 on Wed Jan 28, 2015 9:09 am

Big Phil wrote:Cheers, Harts...

What is the funniest thing you have heard said out on the footy field?

Cheers,

BP

BP!

I think I've mentioned it in an earlier post, but the funniest thing I've ever heard on the footy field was down at Prospect, round 1 in 2011. I was walking down to the forward line with 1st gamer Brad Fisher who I'd spent five years with at Carlton. He finished on 99 AFL games and as we walked down to the goal square a Roosters supporter yelled out "Congratulations on your 100th game, Fish!"

I absolutely lost it and broke out into laughter. Brad didn't hear the call initially but I was quick to fill him in on what was said. He also got a good chuckle out of it.
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Post by Harts7 on Wed Jan 28, 2015 10:11 am

Scrunch wrote:G'day Adam,

Mate if you could choose 1 player from each rival club to come out to Westies, who and why?

Cheers

Oooohhhh good question Scrunch! Tough one to answer...

Off the top of my head...

Eagles - Wundke; goal-kicking machine
North - Lewis Johnston; can play both ends
Centrals - Luke Barmby; tough, hard-running, rebounding defender
Port - Kane Mitchell/Paul Stewart/Steve Summerton; quality, hard running mids
Adelaide - Ellis-Yoelman; big bodied mid, can go forward or back
Sturt - Kory Beard; quality big man, can play both ends
South - Jake Veide; versatile, can run with best oppo. mids, can play key forward/back
Glenelg - Sam Lonergan; quality goal-kicking mid
Norwood - Sam Baulderstone; premiership tap ruckman, great skills
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Post by bayman on Wed Jan 28, 2015 10:22 am

after reading that i have to ask, have you got coaching ambitions after you finish your career ?
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Post by br on Wed Jan 28, 2015 1:15 pm

Hi Harts

I reckon you have the potential to be one of the best key position defenders in the SANFL. When focused...it is a great pleasure to watch your work. Thanks for your efforts and best of luck for this year.

All of us Bloods supporters took a massive hit last year. What can you say to us in respect to our prospects for season 2015?

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Post by Scrunch on Wed Jan 28, 2015 1:19 pm

Harts7 wrote:
Scrunch wrote:G'day Adam,

Mate if you could choose 1 player from each rival club to come out to Westies, who and why?

Cheers

Oooohhhh good question Scrunch! Tough one to answer...

Off the top of my head...

Eagles - Wundke; goal-kicking machine
North - Lewis Johnston; can play both ends
Centrals - Luke Barmby; tough, hard-running, rebounding defender
Port - Kane Mitchell/Paul Stewart/Steve Summerton; quality, hard running mids
Adelaide - Ellis-Yoelman; big bodied mid, can go forward or back
Sturt - Kory Beard; quality big man, can play both ends
South - Jake Veide; versatile, can run with best oppo. mids, can play key forward/back
Glenelg - Sam Lonergan; quality goal-kicking mid
Norwood - Sam Baulderstone; premiership tap ruckman, great skills

Thanks for that mate, pretty fair selections too that I'd think many others would also pick. Selecting Ellis-Yolman surprised me a bit, but I guess there has to be a reason why he is always rated so highly among many astute judges. Cheers gain.
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Post by Harts7 on Wed Jan 28, 2015 4:12 pm

bayman wrote:after reading that i have to ask, have you got coaching ambitions after you finish your career ?

Bayman,

Yes, coaching is something I'm definitely looking forward to branching into post career. Whether that be a player development type role, or as an assistant/line coach, I'd like to think my knowledge of the game is extensive enough to be able to pass on to others.

Recruitment is another area that interests me.
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Post by bayman on Wed Jan 28, 2015 4:14 pm

Harts7 wrote:
bayman wrote:after reading that i have to ask, have you got coaching ambitions after you finish your career ?

Bayman,

Yes, coaching is something I'm definitely looking forward to branching into post career. Whether that be a player development type role, or as an assistant/line coach, I'd like to think my knowledge of the game is extensive enough to be able to pass on to others.

Recruitment is another area that interests me.


thought you might have, thanks Harts7
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Post by Harts7 on Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:52 am

br wrote:Hi Harts

I reckon you have the potential to be one of the best key position defenders in the SANFL. When focused...it is a great pleasure to watch your work. Thanks for your efforts and best of luck for this year.

All of us Bloods supporters took a massive hit last year. What can you say to us in respect to our prospects for season 2015?

G'day Br!

Yes, I must admit, even as a playing group we were certainly deflated by how we went last year, and we're doing everything possible to turn our form back around to where it was in 2012/13.

We're training as hard as I can ever remember. Something we identified as a playing and coaching group is that we weren't as fit as we needed to be last season (injuries playing a significant part as to the reason why). So fitness won't be an issue for us in 2015.

We've also seen a lot of improvement out of our 2nd and 3rd tiered players that will help strengthen both our senior and reserves sides. Our focus will be to start really well and get wins on the board early in the season, because as we found out last year, it's very hard to get back in the finals race when you're 0-4.

Look out for quite a few new names making their senior WAFC debut in 2015.
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Post by bayman on Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:19 pm

Hi Harts7,
hypothetically (because it wont happen), if Hamish was dropped to the Magpies' & was playing in the forward lines, would you put your hand up to play on him ?
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Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Thu Jan 29, 2015 12:28 pm

bayman wrote:Hi Harts7,
             hypothetically (because it wont happen), if Hamish was dropped to the Magpies' & was playing in the forward lines, would you put your hand up to play on him ?

Without wishing to preempt Harts answer, you'd just about put your house on that wouldn't you?
Nearly all brothers like a bit of gamesmanship between them.
Reckon it stems from all those back yard contests, be it cricket, footy, table tennis or who busted up Mum's petunias. Doesn't matter whatever ball you've got.



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Post by Harts7 on Thu Jan 29, 2015 3:37 pm

bayman wrote:Hi Harts7,
             hypothetically (because it wont happen), if Hamish was dropped to the Magpies' & was playing in the forward lines, would you put your hand up to play on him ?

Bayman!

It would be a bit of fun to run around a footy field against Hamish. If the situation arose then I wouldn't mind playing deep in defence on him, but if he was playing a half-forward role and pushing up the ground more, I think he may just run me off my legs.

We're two very different players though. Hamish stands at around 184cm and 84kg and is more of that midfield/half forward/half back type and I'm about 196cm and 95kg and suited more to a key-position role.
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Post by Chambo Off To Work We Go on Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:21 pm

Didn't he eat his veggies when he was a kid Harts?
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Post by br on Thu Jan 29, 2015 9:34 pm

Harts

Thanks for taking the time out to answer our questions.

1) How would you compare the coaching styles of Mickan to Collins?

2) Who is the best team man you have ever played with and why?

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Post by Scrunch on Fri Jan 30, 2015 2:40 am

Chambo Off To Work We Go wrote:
bayman wrote:Hi Harts7,
             hypothetically (because it wont happen), if Hamish was dropped to the Magpies' & was playing in the forward lines, would you put your hand up to play on him ?

Without wishing to preempt Harts answer, you'd just about put your house on that wouldn't you?
Nearly all brothers like a bit of gamesmanship between them.
Reckon it stems from all those back yard contests, be it cricket, footy, table tennis or who busted up Mum's petunias. Doesn't matter whatever ball you've got.




Great post, reckon you're on the money here Very Happy
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Re: Get a Player's View - Ask Harts

Post by Harts7 on Fri Jan 30, 2015 9:28 am

Chambo Off To Work We Go wrote:Didn't he eat his veggies when he was a kid Harts?

Mate, that kid just eats and eats and eats! Non-stop! I don't know where it all goes though??


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Post by Harts7 on Fri Jan 30, 2015 10:02 am

br wrote:Harts

Thanks for taking the time out to answer our questions.

1) How would you compare the coaching styles of Mickan to Collins?

2) Who is the best team man you have ever played with and why?

No problems Br!

1 - Mark definitely has a more offensive flare about his coaching style, and when we're clicking is a far more enjoyable style of footy to play. It has also been something we've found difficult coming to terms with after many years under Collo's "defence-first" style of coaching.

2 - Best team man is a tough one to single out as I've played with some incredibly unselfish, quality footballers and leaders over the years that would always put the team before individual successes and accolades. David Piasante and Ryan Ferguson are two that I've played with at Westies who were sensational leaders both on and off field. During my time at Carlton, Chris Judd and David Teague always wanted the best for the team and were always willing to lend their support and experience to those who needed it.
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Post by br on Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:34 am

One last one....

Who is the most courageous player you have played with?

Who would you regard as the best team man and most courageous player in the current squad?

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Post by Harts7 on Thu Feb 05, 2015 1:11 pm

br wrote:One last one....

Who is the most courageous player you have played with?

Who would you regard as the best team man and most courageous player in the current squad?

Hi Br, sorry it's taken a while to respond...

Most courageous players I've played with would be David Teague and Ryan Ferguson. Both fearless and play the ball hard.

Best Team Man and Most Courageous currently at the Bloods I would say is a young fella names Dustin Head. He's as mad as a cut snake and will do anything you asked of him to benefit the team.
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Post by Lee on Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:45 am

Harts, I believe you might have some wonderful news you might like to share?

(Not that you'll be looking at football forums right now) Very Happy

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Post by Big Phil on Mon Feb 09, 2015 11:30 am

Pitter, patter, perhaps?
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