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Offline one-eyed

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Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« on: September 17, 2023, 06:36:56 AM »
Next up is Cumberland.

Noah played 9 out of a possible 23 games this season to take his career tally to 18. He played six games in a row between rounds 3 and 8 before being dropped. After that he only came back for one-off appearances against GWS (R12), Brisbane (R16) and the Bulldogs (R21). Cumberland only reached double-digit possessions twice this year (in both Bulldogs matches). His best goalscoring return was 3 goals against Melbourne on Anzac Eve.

Statistical Rankings
● Ranked 18th in Clangers Per Game   
   
Season Highlights
● 21 disps (13 kicks 8 hballs), 7 marks, 6 tackles and a goal in Rd 4 5-pt loss to the Western Bulldogs at the MCG (8 Apr)
● 7 disps (7 kicks 0 hballs), 3 tackles and 3 goals in Rd 6 18-pt loss to Melbourne at the MCG (24 Apr)

Career stats:
          Games  Kicks   Hballs  Disposals  Marks  Tackles    G.B    Clear.   In50    GA
2020:     -
2021:     -
2022:     9*      6.4      3.0        9.4         2.0       1.9     19.13    0.6      2.0     0.9
2023:     9*      5.4      2.6        8.0         2.6       2.6       8.8      0.2      1.9     0.3

* Includes 1 game as unused substitute, 3 games as activated substitute, and 1 game subbed off.

https://www.footywire.com/afl/footy/pc-richmond-tigers--noah-cumberland
https://finalsiren.com/PlayerStats.asp?PlayerID=3176


How did we all rate Cumberland's 2023?

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #1 on: September 17, 2023, 07:26:56 AM »
2 from me.

At least his tackles went up.

Otherwise his confidence was low and I feel like he was a bit of a whipping boy. In a team with such a poor forward line it's disappointing that he wasn't played more consistently.

The fact that MRJ played more games than him is diabolical IMO.

I really hope he plays more games in 2024 and gets a fair go.

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #2 on: September 17, 2023, 09:37:02 AM »
Yes a whipping boy within the club, managed his development so badly Iíd be surprised if he wants to stay at our club.
Players donít usually lose ability , but they sure lose confidence , would be a star at Brisbane ( might not be interested in GC

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #3 on: September 17, 2023, 10:46:22 AM »
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Shame because he can be far better
Hopefully it happens and it doesnít end up a waste of a career

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #4 on: September 17, 2023, 12:44:58 PM »
Got on the wrong side of the man of influence and the captain in waiting Jack "The Machine" Graham  for some reason, likely jealousy of his clearly superior natural talent, and found himself on the outer.... :shh
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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #5 on: September 17, 2023, 01:06:53 PM »
Was a disappointment.
Agree with the comment about talent but talent alone isnít enough.
Should be a 40-50 goal forward, he is one of a few who can rapidly improve the team next year if that can put it together under a new coach
ďI find it nearly impossible to make those judgments, but he is certainly up there with the really important ones, he is certainly up there with the Francis Bourkes and the Royce Harts and the Kevin Bartlett and the Kevin Sheedys, there is no doubt about that,Ē Balme said.

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #6 on: September 17, 2023, 08:49:02 PM »
Gave him a 3 and that's a borderline 3

It was clear at times he was betwixt and between. Not sure what to do and it clearly played havoc with his confidence

Having said when he did play he went missing far too much. I don't think he does himself any favours when he waves his arms around when he doesn't get hit lace out. He drops his head far too much and his body language at times is terrible

People harp on about what our then coach said about him early in the season. But IMHO Dimma was right, the kid can be anything but he needs to do the little things, the chasing, the tackling, park the poor body language and do the hard work

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #7 on: September 18, 2023, 02:51:00 PM »
I think his main issue is his attitude, has the talent just needs to work on it

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Re: Rate a Tiger's year - Noah Cumberland?
« Reply #8 on: September 18, 2023, 03:48:11 PM »
Bit of both to blame this situation club and player. Let me say Dimma bs him around we can't have him in the team either him or Dusty and then starting Cotchin as a forward very poorly managed.