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Brodie Grundy trade: Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin makes telling admission as trade rumours swirl
AFL

Brodie Grundy trade: Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin makes telling admission as trade rumours swirl

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Newly re-signed Melbourne coach Simon Goodwin has conceded the Demons’ bold experiment to recruit Brodie Grundy and partner him with fellow star ruckman Max Gawn has fallen well short of expectations.

Grundy, a dual All-Australian at Collingwood, finds himself in Melbourne’s VFL team after the Dees functioned better with Gawn as the sole ruckman.

Melbourne have tried to hone Grundy’s forward craft so he could spend more time in attack but he is now unlikely to feature in their premiership push with one round in the home-and-away season remaining unless there are multiple injuries.

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Goodwin’s language around the ruck combination has shifted dramatically since Grundy was first axed from the team ahead of the round-18 clash with the Brisbane Lions.

For the first time, Goodwin on Thursday admitted the Grundy-Gawn duo hadn’t worked.

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“In terms of the way they function in the team together from a forward-half perspective, I think it’s pretty clear that we acknowledge that it hasn’t quite been the success that we’re hoping for – and that certainly hasn’t been all on Brodie,” Goodwin, who on Wednesday re-signed as Demons coach until the end of 2026, said.

“We were hoping for Max to play big time forward as well, and between the two of them we haven’t quite had the impact that we would have liked throughout the year.

Brodie Grundy remains on the outer at Melbourne. Credit: Getty Images

“That’s impacted Brody’s ability to play in the team in the last five or six weeks.

“I think from that perspective we acknowledge that part of it hasn’t worked.

“There’s certainly areas of the combination that has worked and there are certainly areas of having them both on our list that has worked as well.”

If Grundy remains on the outer, the 29-year-old will almost certainly request a trade to a third club in as many years.

The two-time Magpies best-and-fairest winner was forced out of Collingwood at the end of last year in the club’s attempt to offload his hefty wage from their salary cap.

Goodwin said thinking about accommodating a trade for Grundy at season’s end was not the space he was in “right now”.

The Brodie Grundy-Max Gawn combination has not worked. Credit: Morgan Hancock/Getty Images

“I’m in the space of winning games of footy and building the best footy team possible,” he said.

“Those things will be discussed at the end of the year but Brodie from my end is a Melbourne player.

“I understand the exterior talk and the noise about it. But now he’s got four years to go as a Melbourne player and we’d certainly love to have him at our footy club.”

Grundy’s hopes of getting back into the team were diminished further with Goodwin confirming crafty forward Bayley Fritsch (foot) would return from a seven-week layoff in this Sunday’s clash with Sydney at the SCG.

Melbourne can still finish as high as second and secure a home qualifying final should they defeat the Swans and other results fall their way.

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