Chris Scott may name on Jeremy Cameron to make his Geelong debut towards North Melbourne in a bid to spark the Cats’ AFL season.
Growth recruit Cameron missed the opening month of the season by means of a hamstring harm, whereas Patrick Dangerfield and Gary Rohan have accomplished their respective three and two-game suspensions.
Scott mentioned he was optimistic Cameron can be able to play subsequent Sunday, and was ready to drag the set off on bringing the ex-Large, Dangerfield and Rohan into the Cats’ ahead line in the identical sport, if match.
“I hope subsequent week (Cameron is obtainable) – however you is likely to be stunned to listen to it is not likely my name,” Scott mentioned after Sunday’s loss to Melbourne, which left the Cats at 2-2.
“I will have a little bit of a say in it however you have to watch out that you do not base your decision-making on what you wish to be true.
“So I mentioned throughout the week we’ll make a cautious, well-considered choice with him and I believe we’re nonetheless in that state of mind.
“… In the event that they’re (Cameron, Dangerfield and Rohan) all match, I do not see any motive why they could not come again in collectively.
“Our desire is to have the identical seven forwards each week however I believe they’re such good gamers that we might squeeze them in.”
Scott mentioned Geelong’s 2020, when the Cats began the season with two wins and two losses however went on to make the grand last, confirmed “all will not be misplaced” however they wanted to make their transfer shortly.
“I am certain we’ll get higher – I am certain we’ll,” he mentioned.
“Now we have to ensure we get higher shortly sufficient, as a result of generally you’ll be able to go away your run just a little bit too late.
“A few of the points we have I believe are fixable fairly shortly, some I believe are going to take just a little bit extra time.”
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