Key Western Bulldogs players have heaped praise on Travis Cloke as the Collingwood forward looks for a new AFL club following Tuesdays trade request.Tory Dickson, Matt Suckling and Jason Johannisen have all spoken highly of the veteran forward who has been linked with a move to the Dogs.Travis has obviously been a special player for a long time, Suckling said.Im sure the list managers will make that decision but hes been a good player. Im sure Trav could fit into most clubs and have an impact next year.Dickson, who has kicked 30 goals in 18 games this season, is also a fan of the 29-year-olds work.Hes a wonderful player, hes obviously had some indifferent form this year and has been sent back to the twos to work on a few things, Dickson said.(But) hes a great player ... that comes down to a match committee/list management (decision).Clokes former coach, Mick Malthouse, on Wednesday backed a move to the Bulldogs as the best decision for the centre half-forwards career.He believed Cloke would work best in the Luke Beveridge coached team, given the pace at which they move the ball around.Travis is the sort of player that needs the ball moved in without everyone jumping all over the top of him, he told RSN Breakfast.Hes not a big pack marker, hes a very good mark on the lead.The Dogs could supply him that space, theres no question about that.The club will contest their second finals series in succession under Beveridge but go into their campaign as the lowest-ranked scoring team in the top eight.Jake Stringer, the clubs leading goal kicker with 37, has spent the past two weeks in the VFL but looms as a key inclusion when the Bulldogs take on West Coast in next weeks elimination final in Perth.I think hes gone back (to the VFL) with the right mindset - hes tackled hard and his defensive pressure has been great, Dickson said.Its a match committee thing but it would be great to have him back in because hes a special player and he can win games of football. Hydro Flask Cyber Monday Sale . The players spoke Jan. 13 during a Major League Baseball Players Association conference call after Rodriguez sued the union and Major League Baseball to overturn an arbitrators decision suspending him for the 2014 season and post-season. Hydro Flask Black Friday Sale . -- Arizona raced out to a big lead and did not back off, hitting the accelerator instead. http://www.waterbottleblackfriday.com/ . -- Arizona knocked off some quality opponents, rolled over a few overmatched ones and grinded out victories even when things didnt go so well. Swell Cyber Monday Sale . Still, Brewers manager Ron Roenicke thought taking him out before the fifth inning was an unusual move. "Im looking up at the board and hes got two hits given up and one run, and Im taking him out after the fourth inning," Roenicke said. Hydro Flask Cyber Monday . PAUL, Minn. The Warriors have reacted to fierce speculation surrounding Tuimoala Loloheas future, with the NRL clubs boss Jim Doyle declaring the talented utility isnt going anywhere.Despite impressing as one of the Warriors form players over the first half of the NRL season, Lolohea appears to have fallen out of favour with coach Andrew McFadden in recent weeks.Curiously he was only brought on from the bench in the 81st minute of the Warriors golden point loss to Manly in Perth last weekend.The 21-year-old has subsequently been linked to an exit from Auckland amid reports up to five clubs were chasing his signature.However Doyle insisted on Tuesday the Kiwis international would see out his contract wwith the club through to the end of 2018.dddddddddddd.Tui isnt going anywhere, Doyle said.Hes a big part of our plans and he knows that.Cappy (McFadden) sees Tuis future in the halves alongside Shaun (Johnson). Thats one of the reasons why we agreed to let Thomas (Leuluai) go a year early.Im sure there are plenty of other clubs interested in Tui and our other players as well but Tui will definitely be staying here at the Warriors.Leuluai, who played in the Warriors halves with Johnson last week, will join Super League outfit Wigan at the end of this NRL season. ' ' '