Adam GOODES

#37  

Age: 39yr 0mth Games: 373 Born: Jan 08, 1980
Height: 191cm Weight: 101kg Position: FWD
Dream Team Profile

2015 Digest:   Yet to train with the main group, but at 35 he knows his own body and that approach is similar to previous years. A lot further advanced than this time last year. Comfortable over where he is at, and well placed for normal start to season.

2015 NAB Cup:   Against Freo he worked well deep forward and up the ground. Became a key forwrad when Buddy injured and moved OK.

2015 Season

Played for : Sydney Swans

1 Ess Struggled to find space and subbed off in third term. 3
2 Port Surprisingly started as the sub, came on last term when game was won. 3
3 NEAFL Three goals and 20 touches in first reserves game this century. -
4 NEAFL 22 possessions and a goal. Solid outing without starring. -
5 WB First goal of game and ended with two but not a convincing display. 4
6 Melb Sub. Played second half and looked spritely roaming inside forward 50. 3
7 Geel Flitted in and out. One goal and gave another away. Played a small role. 5
8 Haw Handy touches, including one late that helped set up winning goal. 6
9 Carl Back in good form. Indigenous war cry stoked the flames of controversy. 7
10 GCS Drifted in and out of the contest and often looked dangerous. 5
11 NM Best game of year. Looked lively and ended with three goals. 6
13 Rich Lively in opening stages when Swans were up and about. Drifted out. 5
14 Port Kicked first goal of game and ended with three in a pivotal effort. 7
15 Bris Roamed half forward but struggled to look even remotely dangerous. 1
16 Haw Played well at half forward but efficiency down a little. No goals. 7
17 WCE Without big guns alongside he struggled but work-rate pretty good. One goal. 5
18 Personal leave.
19 Geel Beaten by a 19-year-old. One goal came from a Geelong mistake. 4
20 Coll Picked up by Marsh. Did his bit with two goals. 5
21 GWS Back to near his best and looked to be running on top of the ground. 7
22 StK Chipped in with three goals on Roberton. 6
23 GCS Finished game well, which was important after quiet first three quarters. 5
QF Frem Great game from the veteran. Looked spritely and provided drive. 7
SF NM Enjoyed good patches. Five inside-50s, two goals. Will we see him again? 6

2014 Season

Played for : Sydney Swans

1 Knee.
2 Knee.
3 Knee.
4 Knee.
5 Knee.
6 Melb Sub. Injected some life into a lifeless contest when thrown in late. 2
7 Bris Got on his own too often and kicked three goals. Still got plenty to offer. 6
8 Haw Sharp early but tired soon after half time and subbed out before final change. 3
9 Ess Totally ineffective before being subbed. Fumbled all night, goal came from a lucky free. 1
11 Geel Opportunistic three goals as relished ball coming in at unbelievable frequency. 6
12 GCS Cameron wore him close and the duel Brownlow medallist was a touch wayward. 3
13 Port Three second-term goals kept scoreboard ticking. Better than recent showings. 6
14 Rich Battled on Grimes in first half and started third term up on wing. Crucial touches 5
15 GWS Veteran keeps doing just enough each week as he builds form and fitness. 5
16 WCE Picked up goalkicking slack with three important goals. 7
17 Carl Continues to bob up with goals at important times. 5
18 Haw Horrible first half but came to life in second with four huge goals. 6
19 Ess Turned up the heat in second term and did his bit. 6
20 Port Two scoring assists and three inside-50s from the veteran champ. 5
21 StK Only limited input but did a couple of nice things. 3
22 WB Moving much more freely than early in year and ended with two goals. Going well. 6
23 Rich Useful forward and in the middle, he missed some late chances to steal game. 5
QF Frem Battled to have any impact. 3
SF -
PF NM Three goals, some great run and limited stats belie his influence. 8
GF Haw Last game? Two goals and dangerous at times playing across half forward. 6

2013 Season

Played for : Sydney Swans

1 GWS Played a lot in the midfield and while efficiency down he was handy enough. 3
2 GCS The club champion had a nightmare of a day in the terrible conditions. 3
3 NM Slow start but lifted in brilliant third quarter when it mattered most. 6
4 Geel Nipped in at times for 2.2 but generally well held. 5
5 StK Not a big game but still made a contribution. 5
6 Bris Had Patfull for company and got the Swans rolling with first goal. 7
7 Haw Thrown into midfield after starving up forward and had 10 inside-50s. 7
8 Frem Following a quiet start to the season, his form is building nicely. 7
9 Coll Turned up the heat in the second term and powered away to a mighty game. 8
10 Ess Started quietly then had increasing influence and finished with four goals. 7
11 Adel Only a quiet day on Talia but it didn’t matter. 4
13 Port Subbed out with a knock to the knee, having kicked two impressive goals. 4
14 Knee.
15 Knee.
16 Knee.
17 Knee.
18 Knee.
19 Knee.
20 Knee.
21 Knee.
22 Knee.
23 Knee.
QF Knee.
SF Knee.
PF
GF

2012 Season

Played for : Sydney Swans

1 GWS Usual solid game although didn’t hit scoreboard despite playing forward. 6
2 Frem Had quiet game by his standards, but lifted when needed. 6
3 Port Indifferent day by the champion kicked two goals but beaten by Chaplin. 6
5 Haw In his club record 304th game became a major influence. 7
6 Adel Swans’ best player until injured and could have swung the match at end. 7
13 Geel Scrap him as a first-up specialist. Hardly sighted then subbed off. 2
14 GWS Improved showing from the co-captain in his second game back from injury. 5
15 Bris Took three marks inside 50 among his 13 marks and is nearly back to best. 7
16 WCE Showed moments of class and constantly sent the ball inside 50. 6
17 StK Kicked a couple of goals and always had to be watched. 5
18 GCS Three goal cameo in third quarter masked an otherwise quiet night. 4
19 Carl Gibbs went to him early then Jamieson. Quieter in second half but valuable. 6
20 Coll Very quiet early, the co-captain had his chances later but not at his best. 3
21 WB Underlined his class by kicking three goals despite not playing near his best. 6
22 Haw Kicked 2.2 in an even effort but did waste the footy at times. 5
23 Geel Lowered his colours to Taylor but like champions he still competed hard. 7
QF Adel After flat recent form he imposed himself on game when it mattered at start. 7
PF Coll Six clearances and five inside-50s and a goal – could have kicked three. 7
GF Haw Going well until injured leg in second term. Fine goal late when it counted. 6