Scott Pendlebury
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Starts season with 25 dispos
MCollingwood Magpies
March 19, 2021
Pendlebury logged 25 disposals (15 kicks, 10 handballs) and made five tackles in addition to scoring one behind during Friday's 69-53 loss to Western Bulldogs.
ANALYSIS
Pendlebury led his team in touches but it didn't amount to much when the Bulldogs had eight players collect more disposals than him. If Collingwood continue to be dominated in the midfield as they were in this match, at least Pendlebury should get plenty of time with the footy.
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Pies best in Friday's loss
MCollingwood Magpies
September 4, 2020
Pendlebury contributed 29 disposals (17 kicks, 12 handballs), six tackles, three marks and one behind in Friday's loss to the Lions.
ANALYSIS
Pendlebury was hot early as the Pies built a narrow lead but they were unable to hold on, falling by eight points. As well as his 29 disposals, Pendlebury led all players with a game-high eight clearances and seven inside-50s. The Pies remain inside the top-8 for now but they are going to have to string a couple of wins together if they are to secure a finals spot.
Good to go Saturday
MCollingwood Magpies
August 14, 2020
Pendlebury will rejoin the lineup for Saturday's game against Melbourne.
ANALYSIS
Pendlebury's return is a major boon for a Collingwood squad who just lost the likes of Brayden Sier (quad) for most, if not all, of the season and will be without Jordan de Goey (finger) and Jeremy Howe (knee) for extended periods as well. Pendlebury should be thrust into a starring role as a result, looking to return to the form he displayed early in the season when he was averaging more than 26 disposals and tallying high numbers of marks an tackles.
Nearing return
MCollingwood Magpies
Quadriceps
August 8, 2020
Pendlebury (quadriceps) is progressing toward his return but is unlikely to be available for Round 12.
ANALYSIS
Coach Nathan Buckley indicated Pendlebury has made significant progress in his recovery from the quad strain over the past couple weeks, but he also said "it would be optimistic to expect him for Round 12." Pendlebury seems likely to miss at least one more game but could rejoin the Magpies shortly thereafter.
Will miss two games
MCollingwood Magpies
Quadriceps
July 26, 2020
Pendlebury is set to miss the next two games due to a quad strain, The Age reports.
ANALYSIS
Pendlebury missed Sunday's loss to West Coast due to the injury, and he's now set to miss at least two more weeks. His targeted return date is Aug. 11 versus Adelaide.
Needs scans for quad injury
MCollingwood Magpies
Quadriceps
July 26, 2020
Pendlebury was a late scratch from the lineup due to left quad tightness. He was replaced by Atu Bosenavulagi for Sunday's match against West Coast.
ANALYSIS
Pendlebury missed out on a horrible loss but may have saved himself from further damage. He'll await scans during the week to confirm the extent of his problems.