Matthew Lloyd is concerned about Geelong’s current form, saying their side relies too heavy on star power rather than system to perform.
The Cats were well beaten by Melbourne at the MCG on Sunday, with the result seeing them enter Round 5 at two wins and two losses.
Lloyd said Geelong hadn’t played one good game of football in the first four rounds of the season, expressing his concern about their “player reliant” style of game.
“I would be concerned if I was (Geelong coach) Chris Scott,” he said on Sportsday.
“They can’t get their ball movement going, it’s slow. They fight back and get goals against the run of play sometimes because they have a pretty strong defence.
“Their rucks are a…