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#1 18-06-2017 09:25:35

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Jack Ziebell has nominated better ball use as the key to North Melbour

Jack Ziebell has nominated better ball use as the key to North Melbourne halting their slide down the AFL ladder on Friday night. Mitchell Trubisky Jersey .The Kangaroos banked nine consecutive wins in their best ever start to a season but have since crashed to eighth and next face Collingwood in a must-win encounter at Etihad Stadium.Ruckman Todd Goldstein and key forward Drew Petrie have copped the brunt of recent scrutiny during Norths five-match losing streak.The criticism has grated Ziebell somewhat, with the vice-captain lamenting the way his team has butchered the ball in recent weeks.Theyre very important parts of our side. It definitely isnt just those two guys who havent been doing as much as they can, its on all of the leaders and the whole team, Ziebell told AAP.Theres some different things that have fallen away a little bit.Our ball use is one that we can obviously do a lot better in. We can take a lot more ownership in making sure the ball gets to our teammate a lot cleaner.It has slipped and we have to work our butts off to get it back to where it was.Ziebell noted the Kangaroos forward line, including Petrie, have suffered because of their teammates sloppiness.Petrie celebrated his 300th game in round seven but more recently hit the headlines when club great Wayne Carey suggested the 33-year-olds time was up.You look at key forwards, even forwards in general, they rely on other people getting the ball to them, Ziebell said.In the last month we havent been helping out big Drewy and the rest of our forwards in that regard.Hopefully we can give them more opportunities to kick goals and put a big score on the board.Ziebell echoed coach Brad Scotts call for calm, saying all the ingredients were there for North to reproduce the early-season form that earned them top spot on the ladder.We just have to rediscover a bit of that flair and stuff that we had in the first half of the season, the hard-nosed midfielder said.If we can do that, we know that were a good side and well be a hard team to beat.Theres still plenty of football to be played this year.Not much has changed in terms of personnel (compared to the first half of the season). 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"Even in the last month, they were a big factor to the team. I was really impressed with how they played in the playoffs." Six-foot-six defenceman Jarred Tinordi also emerged late in the season and the playoffs as another promising rookie, while more blue-line talent awaits in the AHL in Nathan Beaulieu and Greg Pateryn. Bergevin may also want more height and weight on his forward lines, where Gionta, Gallagher, Tomas Plekanec and David Desharnais all fall in the smaller-than-average category. His addition of tough free agent Prust last summer was a hit, and the GM is likely to want more like him. The Canadiens have 18 regulars signed for next season and may increase their cap space to the $9 million range if, as expected, they buy out unused rearguard Tomas Kaberles final year at $4.2 million and if unrestricted free agent Michael Ryder, who makes $3.5 million, signs elsewhere. 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