Geelong History and 2021 Preview
It has been a while since the Cats made an impression on the league. Make no mistake, they have had solid performance and strong finishes. Last season, they had a good run the Finals series. But fans are yearning to a return of the heady years of 2007-2011 when they won three premierships.
The good thing about Geelong is that they seem to be going from strength to strength. They have invested wisely in a core group of players and have a head coach who can extract top performance from them.
Chris Scott knows that anything less than a premiership will be considered below average on his record. Maybe this is the season where everything comes together.
They have some good news in the recent addition of star forward, Jeremy Cameron. Jordan Clarke is the established team member who will look to strike a partnership with the forward and win games. This year could be that of the Cats.
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