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Dockers won’t risk Hogan recovery

“He is up running on the AlterG [treadmill], which allows you to take some body weight off, so he’s in front of schedule at the moment.

“But again, we’re in no great rush to get him back.

“It’s important we rehabilitate him conservatively and if that means we take our time, so be it.”

Fremantle hope that Hogan will be ready for round one of the regular season.

The Dockers started pre-season training on Monday, with Alex Pearce (ankle) also sidelined and Matt Taberner (foot) making solid progress.


Andrew Brayshaw was among the group of first to four-year players, who started training under new coach Justin Longmuir.

The first-time senior coach said there would be an emphasis on skills training this summer and Brayshaw welcomed the plan.

“Definitely for us to execute our game plan, we have to be hitting our skills and with what Justin’s bringing, we should be able to do that,” Brayshaw said.


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