Collingwood Update: Brodie Grundy

AFL Fantasy News: Brodie Grundy is set for an adjustment in his role.

Grundy has been used at 82.0% of centre bounce ruck contests this season from 6 games, he has not played since round six after sustaining a knee injury. 

Collingwood have preferred a dual ruck set up with Mason Cox and Darcy Cameron for most of the season. 

Grundy is likely to return to the team in the coming weeks. 

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Senior coach Craig McRae provided an update at his weekly press conference this week.

“I think Brodie can give us significant improvement particularly in our centre bounces,”

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“He’s missed 12 weeks of footy and it will probably be more before he comes back.”

“I have spoken to Brodie about playing more forward,”

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“So he’s been in the line meetings with the forwards and doing some forward craft.”

“So how much forward I’m not sure.” 

“I think there’s an element of missing that much footy he’s going to have to play a little bit different to what he did initially.” McRae said. 

Source: Collingwood
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