During his career, Fisher averaged 17 tackles while playing as an attacking midfielder. In 2022, Fisher played every game, while in 2023 he only managed 12. Despite his team reaching the finals, the York native did not feature in any of the three games. match played.
In the VFL, Fisher averaged 29 disposals in seven appearances. He achieved a season-high 40 kills and scored the crucial goal in the round 10 victory over Sydney.
Despite being from Western Australia, Fisher is more likely to land opponents Victoria than the West Coast Eagles. Carlton have begun their off-season moves, signing ruckman Tom De Koning and Jack Silvagni. Fisher is under contract with the Blues until the end of 2025, but clearly the opportunities will be greater for the once stalwart Carlton player.
Speaking to AFL Trade Radio, Fisher representative Andrew McDougall provided an update on his client.
“He returned to the team with Carlton and played at full-back. He also has the versatility to play small forward. He probably wants more time in midfield.
“A few the club have talked about what he can add to their team. He wants to stay in Melbourne, maybe that’s his top priority. He’s happy, he’s settled here, so we’ll see how the conversation goes and how this week goes. His first All-Australian blazer, the Bulldogs will almost certainly do everything they can to retain him.
His agent, McDougall, revealed that the troublemaker’s focus is on improving his game rather than making decisions about his future.
“He’s really comfortable, he’s looking forward to a big pre-season,” McDougall said.
“He and ‘Naughts’ (Naughton) are really keen to get the club into the finals and they will both stay at the club next year. They really want to take this club forward next year.” to.
“12 months, It’s been a long time in football, but at the same time, they just focus on the pre-season preparations, rest a bit and then leave. of North Melbourne and Collingwood, although he is under contract until the end of 2024. Regardless of interest, Naughton will remain with the Bulldogs until 2024.
“I can 100% confirm that Aaron Naughton will not moved this year. I can understand teams doing their due diligence, but he’s committed to the Dogs and he’ll be there in 2024,” McDougall said.
The 2023 trade period is expected to be opens next Monday and will continue ’till Wednesday, October 18.