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Carlton missing finals not a fail: McKay

Reigning Coleman medallist Harry McKay insists Carlton would still consider their 2022 AFL campaign a success even if they failed to make the finals.

Carlton started the year 9-3 and were in the top-four hunt a fortnight ago, before back-to-back losses to Adelaide and Brisbane left them vulnerable to miss the post-season.

Should they lose their final two games to Melbourne and Collingwood, they face the real risk any two of Richmond, St Kilda and the Western Bulldogs jumping them into the eight.

But while externally it would appear a capitulation should they miss the finals from such a strong start to the year, McKay said his emerging group wouldn’t view it as such.

“I judge success in terms of our environment that we’ve created,” he told Fox Sports.

“The last couple of years, we’ve probably struggled in terms of culture, environment, putting in a really solid game plan.

“Whatever happens…

Read more at thewest.com.au

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