Ballantyne hungry to play on Langdon optimistic about the future Feisty Fremantle small forward Hayden Ballantyne wants to continue his career for at least two more seasons and help the rebuilding Dockers become coach outlet locations xerox a force in the competition again.
"Absolutely. I'm keen as mustard to get out there again next year and the year after and watch guys like Brennan Cox and Sean Darcy come through and become dominant players of the AFL, coach outlet atlanta obituaries because they've got the potential," Ballantyne said. "Once they get the hardness about them, they're going to be superstars I'm sure. "I love playing footy. I want to play as long as I can. As long as the coach outlet wallets body's willing, my mind will always be willing to play footy. "Fingers crossed it (a contract extension) is going to happen soon." Ballantyne coach outlet free shipping code admitted he hasn't been hitting the scoreboard as much as he would like since his return from two hamstring setbacks he has eight goals in as many games but said the role of small forward had changed in recent years. The 173cm goalsneak is starting to run out games better now but revealed he could "barely do a push up" after his second game back against St Kilda.
All Australian in 2014 after booting 49 goals, Ballantyne says his emphasis now is on chasing, blocking, tackling and shutting down the rebound of opposition teams. "My form goalkicking wise hasn't been the best (as) it has been in previous (years) but there's a lot of things outside of kicking goals that the media don't see and don't appreciate that teams do," he said. "I know I haven't been kicking lots of goals and getting lots of 'possies' the goals will come once we start moving the ball a bit better and get a bit more dominance up forward too.
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