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04:00  12 july  2019
04:00  12 july  2019 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Former AFL coach Terry Wallace has defended Collingwood 's forwards , in particular Mason Cox, who have copped the brunt of the blame for the drop in form . MORE: Hawks reportedly interested in Adelaide midfielder Hugh Greenwood. Speaking on SEN, Wallace said ball movement is the real issue.

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It's no secret that Collingwood are in a bad form slump.

After struggling to beat the Bulldogs in round 14, they've since fallen to North Melbourne and Hawthorn in games that would have been pencilled in as easy wins earlier in the year.

Former AFL coach Terry Wallace has defended Collingwood's forwards, in particular Mason Cox, who have copped the brunt of the blame for the drop in form.

Speaking on SEN, Wallace said ball movement is the real issue.

“They’re not moving the ball,” Wallace said.

“If you get 16 inside 50s in a half, how are your forwards going to get any real supply?

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Collingwood ’s apparent lack of depth is not at all a concern for Terry Wallace . Wallace added that the form of Callum Brown at senior level and the VFL output of Josh Daicos, who has been recalled by Nathan Buckley for this weekend’s clash with North Melbourne, only adds to Collingwood ’s strength.

Terry Wallace (born 13 December 1958) is a former professional Australian rules football player and coach. As a player, his career spanned three VFL/AFL clubs

“That’s been Collingwood’s lot. I don’t really blame the forwards.

“I think it’s more the interceptors down back (Jeremy Howe and Tom Langdon) going out of the team that starts your flow going.

“They look like they are playing in quicksand at the moment.”

Collingwood will look to bounce back against reigning premier West Coast at Optus Stadium tonight, in arguably their toughest test yet.

However, Eagles coach Adam Simpson isn't expecting an easy fight from the Pies.

"How do you define under pressure? They're third on the ladder, they've (only) lost one more game than us for the year," Simpson said.

"Their form might be a little bit off, but what we're seeing in the personnel and the talent on the track is still pretty good.

"We're aware of their best."

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Mason Cox may not be looking forward to the clash, as last time Cox took on West Coast in Perth, he was held goalless from five touches by Eagles defender Tom Barrass.

One of the other key battles tonight will be in the ruck, where returning Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui will take on Pie Brodie Grundy.

Last week, Naitanui helped the Eagles boot 12 goals to nil from stoppages.

Coach Simpson couldn't be happier with how he's recovering after games.

"Sometimes when Nic gets sore he can't train during the week and that fuels game time and getting up for each week, and that normally points to he needs a week off," Simpson said.

"But two games in he's pulled up quite well, and he's ready to go."

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Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
Collingwood forwards not to blame for form, says Terry Wallace
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