‘You can do a whole lot worse than me’: South Australia coach on team to compete in 2019-20 AFL finals
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Geelong coach Mark Vidot will make his return to the AFL this weekend after the Cats missed out on a finals spot last season with a 10-point loss to Port Adelaide.
“It’s a good feeling for me, I’ve been a part of a lot of premierships in my time and I’ve enjoyed a lot,” Vidot said.
“There’s a lot more to come, we’re just working hard and trying to get our feet under us.”
“We know we’re not there yet, but we’re looking forward to it.”
We’re playing a team that’s got a bit of a chip on their shoulder, we just want to play hard and get the win.””
I can see it in their faces, we know we can’t get there by ourselves.
“The Cats are a massive underdogs against the Demons in their final AFL match of the year.
But Vidot says they have to be competitive and make the most of the opportunity.”
I think we’ve got a good team, we’ve been really hard to play against this year, and hopefully we can take it a step further,” Vidott said.
The Cats have won two games in a row but are still on course for a disappointing loss to Adelaide at the MCG on Saturday night.”
The first three weeks, I think we played really well, we showed we’re a good group of boys, and we just didn’t score enough,” Vidots coach told AFL 360.”
And I thought we were pretty much unlucky to get the result last week, we were playing really well and we didn’t get the three points, and then last week we just got blown away.
“The Kangaroos coach believes his team has a chance to win their first match of a two-match round with a victory on Saturday.”
When you look at the stats, they’re pretty darn good, they’ve scored 20 points, they were on top of the table and they’re probably going to win that game,” Kangaroo coach Brad Scott said.
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Geelong coach Mark Vidot will make his return to the AFL this weekend after the Cats missed out on a…