Port Adelaide confirms interest in want-away Swan, open to move for GWS forward Jeremy Finlayson

15/09/2021 8:30:00 AM

Port Adelaide confirms interest in want-away Swan, open to move for GWS forward Jeremy Finlayson

Port Adelaide confirms interest in want-away Swan, open to move for GWS forward Jeremy Finlayson

Port Adelaide confirms it has interest in want-away Swan Jordan Dawson, as pressure continues to grow on head coach Ken Hinkley.

Print with images and other media Print text only Print Cancel Port Adelaide has confirmed its interest in want-away Swan Jordan Dawson, as pressure continues to grow on head coach Ken Hinkley.to save articles for later.A giant sinkhole has been created by a burst water main in Adelaide.New South Wales Health would not confirm whether the positive case recorded in Broken Hill today had been staying at the caravan park.

Key points: Port's open to a move for Swans winger Jordan Dawson The club's thrown its support behind coach Ken Hinkley The Power's lost two preliminary finals in the last two years Dawson has been offered a contract by his club, the Sydney Swans.However, he told the club last week he would like to return home to South Australia.In a week when his poor form and body language had been critiqued by a handful of former players turned commentators , Treloar said life in a hub and on the road had started to take a toll.The Power and the Adelaide Crows are now expected to battle for his signature.READ MORE Residents in Adelaide woke to a giant sink hole.Port Adelaide's head of football Chris Davies today said the club would always consider players that wanted to return home to SA.Credit: AFL Photos “It was, obviously, a really challenging week for me personally."Any South Australian player that's looking to come home we have a responsibility to do our due diligence on," he said.About 20 South Australians are currently staying at the caravan park.

Jordan Dawson has told the Swans he would like to return home to South Australia.The one thing I do love about the footy club, and being a part of a footy club, is the backing you get not just from the coaches but the players and supporters.Residents said they struggled to believe what they were seeing when they were woken either by the sound of the water or the flashing emergency lights.( AAP: Michael Dodge ) "I think he's the type of player who's obviously had a fantastic year, we had some real interest in him in his draft year."He would certainly complement an area of ground that we think we need to continue to work on.“It really put me in a good headspace going into the game … for me, it was just getting back to the basics and getting back out there and really enjoying being out there." Dawson may not be the only player on the radar, with GWS forward Jeremy Finlayson also linked to a move to Alberton.The water damaged some retaining walls and turned gardens to sludge.Jeremy Finlayson has been linked to the Power.” Treloar, 28, is married to netballer Kim Ravaillion and the couple have a young daughter, Georgie."There are so many people here, it's not just us … there are so many South Australians just wanting to come home.

( AAP: Dave Hunt ) Davies did not confirm if the club had spoken to him, but said Finlayson was also a player the club would consider."If someone like Jeremy Finlayson wanted to come to South Australia then of course we'd have some level of interest," he said.."But as I understand it he's contracted with GWS so until those things play out we won't be speculating too much." 'Clearly, we've got another step to go' Pressure continues to build on Hinkley after another preliminary final loss, with the Power yet to play in a grand final under his coaching.Ken Hinkley is yet to take the Power through to a grand final." South Australian Deputy Chief Public Health Officer Emily Kirkpatrick.

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