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Fremantle star midfielder Nat Fyfe says the club’s premiership window is still wide open despite the Dockers’ straight sets exit in the 2014 finals.
Fyfe said the 22-point loss to Port Adelaide at Patersons Stadium was still raw, but added that he believed his side wouldn’t drop off the pace in the coming years, despite the fact that many football experts predict them to do so.
“It’s all still pretty raw and we’ve still got some dissecting (of the Port loss) to do but we definitely feel with the group and the coaching staff we have that we have a longer plan than this year,” Fyfe told AFL.com.au.
“The game against Port Adelaide wasn’t a great result, but it wasn’t a do-or-die end-of-the-world game for us.”
After a stellar year, Fyfe was last week voted the AFL Players’ Association’s MVP.