2nd February, 2021

3 Unsung Supercoach Heroes Who Deserve To Be Locks in 2021

Stay the course. This is the sound of winning. Start your unsung premos journey now. Seek new horizons using the wisdom acquired by reading on about supercoach pods.


What to know about unsung premos

Getting your head around unsung premos will make the topic of supercoach pods easier to decipher.

Why are unsung premos even worth discussing anyway? The best way to know is to read on.

An unsung hero is a player who doesn't get the ownership percentage that his performances show he deserves. This is highlighted by looking at players in the high ownership bracket who have similar stats and scoring trends.

Without spending forever debating definitions of unsung premos, this can act as our reference point in this post.

Why are unsung premos so important?

What we know about unsung premos can now be passed on to you. Prepare to be bewildered by the key questions raised in regards to unsung premos.

New information about unsung premos is currently in high demand.

Brainstorm some thoughts you currently hold about unsung premos. State multiple words that you connect with unsung premos.

Why would I choose an unsung hero when I can just take Fyfe, Danger, Neale and Cripps? Well, Supercoach success can be achieved with points of difference to the masses.

Now that you are warmed up, let's proceed to the juicy part about unsung premos.

Strap yourself in and let the good times roll.

Dive head first into the following.

1. Luke Parker

Groove into the first point.

The Sydney midfielder is in his prime. Yes the Swans are somewhat rebuilding, but Parker continues to deliver the Supercoach good year in, year out.

He is often overlooked by coaches who apply lofty expectations to his scoring, ever since that season where he finished as a top 3 selection. Yet since then, he has seemingly been on the nose for many coaches, with his ownership dwindling compared to the likes of the more favoured Fyfe, Cripps and Bont types.

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Parker is still a star and his scoring suggests he should be a walk up start year in year out.

One point down. That will certainly help you understand the following part.

2. Andrew Gaff

The forgotten midfielder of the West.

He missed the Grand Final win, was suspended long term, and the addition of Tim Kelly to the side has turned many off Gaff. Yet his numbers suggest otherwise.

Gaff is a real 4 quarter contributor. Will rarely throw in a superman type scoring blitz in a quarter, but will often just quietly go about his business racking up good numbers. By the end of the game, you look at the end SC scores and realise he's cantered to a 120 type score.

Yet not much fuss is made about his game. Based on his history, should be considered up there as a lock premo mid.

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Quickly you are becoming more of an expert on the topic. Let's move forward.

3. Mitch Duncan

The Geelong midfielder has steadily become their most damaging.

With Selwood getting on, and Dangerfield playing closer the goal, Duncan has picked up the slack with his mate Menegola. However, Duncan seems a better options to Menegola simply due to his game style, disposal and his consistency.

Duncan is often a slow burn when watching his scoring. But he manages to finish near the 100 mark more often than not. And any player with that consistency deserves attention.

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Now you have three solid options.

Considering the whole picture, it's clear there is more to learn.

Hopefully this provides an indication as to the intense interest on the subject.

Ultimately you can now think about unsung premos it in a new light.

Destiny for unsung premos?

And on that note, we're done. All the inner workings of unsung premos have now been heard.

Save those players in your mind for later use.

Write down any additional thoughts you have on unsung premos. Taking on additional unsung premos resources can consolidate your findings. Sit back and enjoy that feeling of accomplishment.

What will unsung premos serve up in the coming years? The truth will come out in time. Keep your eyes peeled for more developments.

Use what you've learned wisely. Last thing to think about. Don't go anywhere until you've dropped us your opinions.

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Prepared by the aflsupercoach.com Team


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