FORMER Howlong and North Albury player Anthony Miles is looking forward to greater midfield opportunities after being traded to Gold Coast.
“I’m rapt, it will be good,” Miles said.
“The Richmond midfield is extremely hard to break into with some really mature guys while Gold Coast has a great midfield but they are really young so I’m looking forward to getting up there and working them.
“Hopefully I get some more opportunities to play AFL footy.”
While Miles is unsure when he will move to Queensland, he has met coach Stuart Dew and is excited by the prospect of building on his 71-match career.
He’s (Dew) got a vision for the club and I’m looking forward to playing under himAnthony Miles
“He seems like an absolute ripper,” he said.
“He’s got a vision for the club and I’m looking forward to playing under him.”
The deal came on the same day the Tigers officially landed Gold Coast star Tom Lynch.
Albury product Will Setterfield has requested a trade to Carlton from GWS.
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