Carlton Blues back in Harry McKay, Brisbane Lions sweating on backman’s fitness

The week before, he fluffed two shots from close range but set up two goals before he was subbed out with concussion just before three-quarter time. The Blues were outscored by 15 points with him out, and missed his presence as a down-the-line marking option.

Carlton’s senior assistant coach Ash Hansen quipped he was “flabbergasted, bemused and shocked” by the chat the Blues were better without McKay, the Coleman Medal winner two years ago.

“I understand that it creates great debate,…

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