News – AU – Jesse Hogan and Wayne Milera suffer nightmare injuries in AFL preseason


Star striker Jesse Hogan makes headlines about a day of nightmare injuries for AFL clubs on another insightful day ahead of the season

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Star recruit Jesse Hogan is driving the clock to make his debut for the Giants in Round 1 of the 2020 AFL season after sustaining a quad injury in training this week

The former key striker for demons and dock workers is said to be on the sidelines for up to a month

According to aflcomAu, Hogan’s injury could also cast him in doubt for the showdown against Fremantle in Round 2

Hogan resigned from Dockers during the 2020 trading period and was eventually promoted to No. 1 dismissed 54 draft selection

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It’s another gruesome injury for the 25-year-old who went through two miserable years with Fremantle in which he only played 19 games in two years

After the Giants lost superstar Jeremy Cameron in late 2020, Hogan’s great hope was to strengthen the Giants’ forward line this year

The Giants will face the Swans again in their only official preseason game of the Community Series this coming weekend before their season on Jan. March against the saints begins

Hogan’s injury was followed by news Adelaide player Wayne Milera also sustained a serious knee injury

The clubs did better in the preseason on Friday as the magpies, cats, tigers and demons survived their scratch matches without serious injuries

Collingwood was pleased with what they saw of Oliver Henry from the first round as the teen became a real candidate for selection at the Pies’ season opener

Henry was the top pick of the magpies at the AFL Draft 2020 and is the shining hope for the pressured club after a disastrous trading period that cost Jaidyn Stephenson and Adam Treloar among others

Magpies assistant coach Hayden Skipworth said of Henry: “He will rightly fight for first place”

The Magpies also enjoyed the return of Jeremy Howe, who had made it up to fifty on the defensive

Geelong also had a lot going for it after superstar recruit Jeremy Cameron scored the game’s first goal and appeared in good shape before resting for the entire second half

Meanwhile, Melbourne’s experiment with Max Gawn appeared to be a success for the Demons’ win over Richmond at Casey Fields on Friday

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News – AU – Jesse Hogan and Wayne Milera suffer nightmare injuries in AFL preseason