Greatest AFL Players Ever
The Contenders: Page 9
Averaged 120 goals a season.
He will be better then his old man. So much talent and so many years ahead of him
A slowly rising star, I reckon he has a good chance to live up to his dad's legacy and win a Brownlow sometime soon, good captain material that the Dogs will need once Griffen retires/stands down
Also a very good full forward for Tasmanian team Cooee in the 80sV 1 Comment
One of the greatest collingwood players of all time against syd coventree
He is easily better then half of those players especially nick maxwell. Bartel has won a brownlow, norm smith medal, and three premierships.
Good comment and I'm not even a Geelong supporter..
Jimmy bartel should not be this high although he is a great backman and kicks a few goals he is very high. Actuly he is right were he is but patrick dangerfield is better than him like all the other guns behind him. So what I'me saying he is not that good as every one is saying.
Top 10 either Centre Half Foward / Centre Half Back or Full Forward
One of the all time greats
An absolute superstar and one of the best players and captains in the AFL. Go Power!V 1 Comment
As a Port fan, Hammer is my favourite player because he goes about his business quietly and still has a lot of talent.
A good back that creates attack from defense in a click of a finger
I am a Power fan and Hammer is my favourite player because he goes about his business and is such a good player. Even if people don't vote for him, he is a way better player than Nick Maxwell, Raph Clarke, Richard Tambling and other overrated clowns on this listV 1 Comment
Tough, hard and talented, yet he is only going into his third season. A genuine star of the future although he already is.
To bad could not score a vote from umpires...
Amazing player he kicked 39 goals and 10 behinds best afl playerV 2 Comments
He is fast, strong and ridiculously skilled
Sandover Medallist, an original Fremantle member. Truly a great player. Highly underrated.
4 Magery Medals for Port Adelaide Magpies.
Nearing 30 years of age he crossed to North Melbourne for one season and whilst his best footy was behind him he still averaged more possessions at the club than any other player and polled 9 votes in the Brownlow.
It should also be remembered that during his year at North Melbourne he lived in Adelaide running a business and flew in and out to train and to play.
As talented as he was with the footy he was also a great bloke...unassuming and self deprecating. Shame more Vics never got to see him at his peak.
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