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Geelong VFL captain James Podsiadly plays old mates today

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GEELONG VFL captain James Podsiadly will today front up against his old club, Werribee, for the first time since his shock switch at the end of last season.

The Cats host the Tigers in the AFL curtain-raiser at Skilled Stadium this morning, but Podsiadly said he wasn't expecting any fireworks from the club he captained and won a Liston Trophy at last year.

Geelong's VFL Cats thrashed in the contest

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GEELONG VFL coach Dale Amos said his side must get better at winning contested possessions after the Cats crashed to a heavy defeat against Coburg on Saturday.

The Tigers continued Geelong's winless start to the season with a 27.16 (178) to 16.8 (104) victory at Coburg's City Oval.

Geelong VFL trio to be blooded

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GEELONG will blood three new players in its VFL side when the Cats take on Coburg this afternoon.

Former Geelong Falcons teammates Kane Smith (Lara) and Sam Hughes (Leopold) have been rewarded for their excellent starts to the season at local level with a spot in the Cats' line-up to take on the Tigers at Coburg City Oval.

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A NEW era for Geelong's VFL team starts today when new coach Dale Amos and new captain James Podsiadly lead a squad full of fresh faces against Collingwood at Visy Park.

Luckily for Amos, what looked to have been a ruck shortage crisis during the week has eased, with Shane Mumford (cork) and Dawson Simpson (ankle) both named.

Eager Moles digs in

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IF timing is everything, rookie Geelong defender Brodie Moles picked a good time to deliver his best performance in a Cats jumper.

Less than 24 hours after Josh Hunt's season ended with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament, Moles starred in the VFL as the Cats went down to Collingwood by 14 points.

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