Fremantle History and 2021 Preview
Fremantle are the epitome of the mid table team. A stable backroom staff and management has led to a fertile atmosphere for players to come and thrive. They remain one of three teams to have never won the premiership, but the club has been taking slow, steady steps forward.
They were at the peak earlier in the decade with consecutive runs to the finals and a minor premiership. The club will look to repeat that kind of performance in the new season.
Coach Justin Langmuir is beginning to implement his preferred strategies. The coach knows that expectation will be to reach the playoffs at least.
The Dockers will once again look to Nathan Fyfe to lead the way forward to a higher place finish than 12th. He will be supported in the quest by talented players such as Blake Acres. Another mid-table finish looks likely.
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