Geelong is poised to be among AFL competitors again, but coach Chris Scott has downplayed the proposal in 2021 Forms as his best chance at coaching the cats to a second Premier League

Last year’s big finalists added star scorer Jeremy Cameron to their roster to secure their first flag since Scott’s debut coaching season in 2011

“We’d be overconfident if we thought this was a better shot than what we did on Jan. Drove to the Gabba last October – that’s a pretty good shot, “said Scott on Wednesday

“But compared to previous seasons – I can’t remember one season where we thought about getting a lot of things right and a little bit of luck” – I don’t think there was any one , which we thought we couldn’t keep up with in this scenario

“I’m bored now – we always try to keep an eye on the future and an eye on the now, and those two things don’t have to be mutually exclusive”

Cameron will make his Geelong debut against Adelaide on Saturday – along with Isaac Smith and Shaun Higgins – and officially begin his partnership with spearhead Tom Hawkins

“We want to get a good team standings – I think the best striker lines in history in the best teams were really cohesive,” said Scott

“I don’t know Jeremy either, but Tom has proven to be a very selfless striker – even if he scores a lot of goals during the season, he’s always popular

“I think if I could have my way, one would kick the other a little bit”

Mitch Duncan (calf) won’t face Adelaide, but Luke Dahlhaus (groin) and Rhys Stanley (concussion) have been cleared to play

Talented winger Jordan Clark will play, while Tom Atkins’ successful off-season move to defense pushes him to face the Crows

With Esava Ratugolea (leg) and Darcy Fort (knee) both unavailable, Josh Jenkins is in the mix to play a forward role


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