Brendan Fevola has commented on reports that Port Adelaide are looking into signing the former All-Australian forward.
Brendan Fevola looks set to make a much-anticipated AFL comeback. The Port Adelaide Football Club and Fevola are in advanced talks to bring the spearhead to the club.
Fevola spoke to reporters today. “I just feel that Port need a bit of the Fevolution,” said Fevola, annoyingly referring to himself in the third person. The 36-year-old Fevola has not played AFL football since 2011. However, comeback rumours have been consistent.
Port Adelaide are somewhat starting to resemble the island of misused toys. The club see Fevola as a partner for forward, Charlie Dixon in 2018. Port Adelaide have taken to recycling players like a pack of Pringles this offseason and can’t stop. To date, Port have acquired Jack Watts, Tom Rockliff, Trent McKenzie, Jack Trengove and Steven Motlop. Rumour has it that delisted Kangaroo, Lindsay Thomas will also make his way to the club soon.
Chris Davies, the club’s GM of football spoke to Flack about the signings and the prospect of Fevola. “The club is looking to make a tilt at a Premiership soon,” Davies said. “We have recruited heavily. We think that we have made the club significantly better by adding mostly discarded players. “The thought of adding a player like Brendan Fevola is an exciting one. His goalkicking record proves itself.”