MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 23: Jordan De Goey of the Magpies lines up for goal during the 2019 AFL round 14 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Collingwood Magpies at Marvel Stadium on June 23, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Dylan Burns/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Former AFL coach Rodney Eade has taken a shot at Collingwood forward Jordan De Goey, suggesting he lacks the consistency of the game’s elite players.

De Goey has kicked a goal in every game for the Pies so far this season, but was a little quite on Saturday night, collecting just 17 touches with his one goal, and going at just 41.2% disposal efficiency.

Eade spoke about the 23-year-old on RSN on Monday morning.

“De Goey, to me, doesn’t do enough,” Eade said.

“What he does is miraculous at times but he’s got to be doing more. He’s a disappointment in many ways.

“He kicks some miraculous goals from the boundary, he can take a mark here and there but he doesn’t end up with 25 possessions and opens the game.

“That’s what we’re talking (about) that good players do, about consistency of their performance.

“If he’s not doing much and (Jaidyn) Stephenson is out, their forward line does struggle a bit unless it gets really good service.”

With De Goey’s goal against the Roos, he moves his goal kicking streak to 16 games in a row, the longest active streak in the AFL.