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  1. Stewart Crameri to the Dees?

    Lets get the Richmond doctor to take a look at him. If he gives us the nod then it's a Yes from me.
  2. Guess the Crowd...GWS v Eagles

    Same day, not too far away: "With Penrith’s Pepper Stadium packing 15,089 spectators into its grandstands and the standing room area at each end, the Matildas enjoyed their biggest home crowd in their history." Huge Congrats to the Matildas - there'd have to be alarm bells ringing at AFL HQ.
  3. VFL Semi Final - Casey Demons v Richmond VFL

    Weideman needs to focus on building his tank this summer so he can actually run / lead to space and get some cheap footy. So many of his attempts at the mark are from a standing start and then in an effort to reach the ball at its highest point (and often bad delivery) he gets pushed under the drop of the ball. He tackles well and always taps the ball on to team mates where necessary so I think he has a lot to offer with a good footy brain - not to mention he's a pretty good kick on both sides. Just needs to get to more contests and to get to them first without the opposition affecting his run.
  4. VFL Semi Final - Casey Demons v Richmond VFL

    I've only been here 10 mins and Wagner has turned it over in front of me 3 times already (under no pressure either, just bad kicking).
  5. Round 23 Non MFC Games

    Such a blood.y Melbourne thing to be doing – sitting here on a Sunday night wanting another team to lose so we can limp into finals after we've had so many possibilities to make it on our own.
  6. Round 22 - Non MFC Games

    Where is this 'orange hurricane' we always see against the Dees?

    Pressure - we need a heap of intensity around the ball. They aren't a massively physical side so we need to hit them hard BUT intelligently. They will run off us and handball and link up if we get sucked in too much. We need to pressure them with the ball and then spread and run as soon as we get the ball back and KICK THE BLOODY BALL. (Fewer handballs please)
  8. Round 21 - Non MFC Matches

    Patton is a jet - will be a top 5 player in the comp in a year or two me thinks.

    Filled with dread about this game. Will be genuinely surprised if we have enough class on the park to kick a winning score. And with no Watts or Salem I'm not sure how we even link up to get the ball inside 50. Admittedly St Kilda haven't been in amazing form which is similar to us – but they have hunger and intensity which can snowball into impressive momentum as they run and run, similar to GWS. We need to be prepared for that.
  10. Round 20 - Non MFC Matches

    How the freakin Fracking hell did we lose to this mob of kangaroo feelers? I'll put down some serious Dollarydoos on the bloody Magpies doing the same to us too. When will all this carp end...
  11. GAMEDAY - Round 20

    Went to the pub to watch the game. Have now left the pub as that was basically the most pathetic quarter - where is our intensity and ferocity? We should have been bashing up on this mob. But instead they're just running rings around us and we look very very ordinary.
  12. Round 20 - Non MFC Matches

    Cats V Swans in Geelong. Will be hoping for a big BIG win by the Cats tonight against the Swans. Not sure it will happen with Dangerfield in the stands - but we need the Swans to lose to ensure they're not getting too far ahead of us in the 8.
  13. Post Match Discussion - Round 18

    This might be obvious to some, but having now watched the replay and recalling some small frustrations during the second half watching at the ground, I reckon we're still lacking a certain type of player in our forward structure. That sort of player would be the one to compete and jump high when we have to bomb into our forward 50. Get their hands on the ball at its highest point and either mark it or bring to ground (directly in front of them ideally) - basically what Daniher and Ben Brown are doing. We've already got this player on the list: Weideman. As soon he's ready to play in the seniors regularly - which is hopefully at the start of 2018 after another pre season - we'll have the perfect balance. In the mean time I think we haven't quite got the balance right - Hogan showed on the weekend his best position is a lead up Cente Half forward who can use his pace and agility at ground level.
  14. GAMEDAY - Round 17

    No surprise - Walker heavily involved with OMac his opponent.
  15. GAMEDAY - Round 17

    Hoping our experience of playing on this ground in this climate gives us a big advantage. They have a pretty tall team so if it gets slippery it should play into our hands with our pace. Just need to play four quarters and we'll be in the game - GO DEES!