Michael Gleeson | The Age
November 6th, 2012
ON HIS first day in the job, governing his new group of players, Michael Malthouse has thrown a challenge to the as yet unfulfilled talent of Bryce Gibbs to become a genuine midfielder next season.
Gibbs is the type of player that Malthouse believes needs to lift to ease the pressure on Chris Judd.
''I would like to think he is going to be playing in the middle, but it is coupled with half-back and half-forward, but he certainly has to come up that next level,'' Malthouse said of Gibbs.
''Let's break it down in a 20-minute quarter, no time-ons … he has got to be able to do eight to 10 minutes in the midfield, and that is quite significant.CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY