Judd fit to play magpies, but no real talent there.
“I’ve got a lot of faith in Mitch, I trust him in training,” said Collier.
“He can be a great player to me and I think he will be good for this club in the future.
“I’ve come here to do what I’ve got to do in the summer and I’m really happy with the way I’ve played this year, not only on the pitch but off the pitch too, but I think when he comes out of the season and gets a chance to get that competitive form and the confidence back, he’s going to be pretty good in there.”
“I’d love for him to come out and just kick on and carry on,” said Collier.
“We haven’t even talked about any of that yet and it’s all down to Mitch. I’m sure he’ll make the right decision and hopefully he can keep a bit of faith.
“It’s not my job to judge him, you don’t know (his future). My job is not to judge players.
“I want him to know how to win the game. I don’t know what’s behind all this stuff out there.
“It just feels like it’s something we haven’t talked about and maybe we’ll take a moment and have a chat about it, and see if we can get something done.”
The Tigers will meet the Cats in their clash on Saturday, May 30 at ANZ Stadium, with the home side’s clash against Port Adelaide scheduled for Sunday morning.
“It’s going to be tough on them (the Cats) at home, but with the experience that they have (of playing) the Kangaroos we know the lev크레이지 슬롯el that they’re at and how we can take advantage of that,” Collier said of the opposition.
“Our only task in the coming days is to play on.”
The Lions face a challenge for their final 11 matches, finishing with 13 wins from 28 matches as it heads into the season against Geelong at Domain Stadium on Friday night.
The Crows’ last game at home, at Waverley, saw Geelong take a 10-point lead into half time in a pre-season series victory the Crows hope will secure home-field advantag