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TOPIC: Lobb Out For Extended Period

Lobb Out For Extended Period 1 week 2 days ago #169561

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Ouch! .......... this is going to hurt any plans the Shockers may have had for September.

Fremantle is reeling from the news that ruckman Rory Lobb will miss “an extended” part of the back half of the 2019 season after suffering a stress fracture in his foot.

Lobb had experienced soreness in the foot during Fremantle’s four point win against Collingwood at the MCG eight days ago. Scans this week revealed the stress fracture.


thewest.com.au/sport/afl/fremantle-injur...cture-ng-b881225195z

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Lobb Out For Extended Period 1 week 2 days ago #169564

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Well Jack you might be going Ouch this afteenoon if your beloved Eagles don't pull their finger out. That was always the big risk for me playing Lobb as the No 1 ruckman. He's too light IMO to be a full-time ruckman. So options are Darcy, Jones or Meek. We have plenty of supplies in the ruck but we will miss his marking and kicking prowess.

Logue most likely comes in for Pearce.

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Lobb Out For Extended Period 1 week 1 day ago #169569

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Horrible news for Freo.Lobb has been great the last month.

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