Fyfe keen to play in State of Origin
Fremantle skipper and dual Brownlow medalist Nat Fyfe is finding some relaxation ahead of season 2020 in some strange ways, he caught up with 6PR at Crown Sports Bar for a one-on-one interview.
Fremantle have the second youngest list in the competition in the Gold Coast and a new coach in Justin Longmuir at the helm, but Fyfe is expecting more wins on the board for 2020.
“We should be looking to win more games at home and a few games on the road, so I think, realistically between eight to 14 wins, in that range then that’s where we should be aiming, that gives us an opportunity to play Finals,” Fyfe says.
“I’m always ambitious, but realistic and I think we’ve got an advantage playing over here at Optus Stadium, it is hard for teams to travel and we should be looking capitalise on that.”
Fyfe’s name has been thrown about to represent WA in the AFL’s State of Origin Bushfire Relief match in February.
“I’m interested and if my body allows me to play and for a great cause with some of the best players in Australia then I’m hopefully going to be a part of it,” Fyfe says.
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