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joeboy last won the day on January 24 2014

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  1. joeboy

    Petracca in a rut?

    The only issue in dropping him is that there are many others who are less value to the team and equally as unproductive: Hannan, Neal Bullen,Vince, Tyson, etc, etc. Where do you draw the line?
  2. Jones - unusually fumbled often Viney - brave and relentless T.McDonald - held second half Hannan - opportunistic but limited Melksham - was rarely sighted Petracca - overrated and disappointing Salem - lost under pressure T.Smith - little to enthuse Fritsch - classy and exciting Gawn - bravely fought alone Hogan - lost his way Neal-Bullen - was rarely noticed Brayshaw - brave and relentless Harmes - excellent tagging game Hibberd - surprisingly poor disposal Jetta - brave and important Lewis - calming but worrying O.McDonald - was unusually undisciplined Oliver - was rarely clean J.Smith - not a defender Tyson - had little impact Vince - best has passed
  3. joeboy

    Lever in the coaches box

    A little bit of overkill regarding Lever’s loss to the team. In reality he was pretty poor-average for most of his games with us apart from 2, so to blame his injury on our backline’s dysfunctionality is a little presumptive and plainly wrong Notwithstanding the above, he WILL be a fantastic addition to our team in the future
  4. joeboy

    New CEO - Gary Pert

    I’m pretty sure our ‘saviour’ Jackson left Essendon under acrimonious circumstances... that obviously didn’t impinge on the results he’s achieved with us
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    Other clubs will note that applying ‘full court press’ will lead us to crumble like little boys.. we’ve done it for years , and nothing shown this year yet has proved otherwise
  6. Jones - totally lacked finesse Viney - taught a lesson T.McDonald - wonderful second half Hannan - was mostly irrelevant Harmes - probably not playing Neal-Bullen - was rarely noticed Fritsch - not the worst Gawn - tried but overwhelmed Oliver - prolific but wasteful Brayshaw - no heroics today Hogan - slow and confused Melksham - lost at sea Spargo - bambi amongst wolves Hibberd - fumbled and erred Jetta - loose and slow Lewis - tried but friendless O.McDonald - close to horrible Pedersen - game has passed Petracca - continued disappointing season Salem - rarely imbued confidence Smith - little to commend Vince - gave us nothing
  7. Jones - captain our captain Hogan - continued outstanding season T.McDonald - important as Gawn Neal-Bullen - consistent and versatile Hannan - a quiet achiever Brayshaw - now a weapon Fritsch - impressive and reliable Petracca - missing too often Melksham - played his part Gawn - toyed with opponents Oliver - engine room master Harmes - played different role Hibberd - not always convincing Jetta - never been better Lever - the curse continues Lewis - experience was evident O.McDonald - dependable and safe Salem - disposal from heaven Smith - didn’t take chances Spargo - quiet but valuable Vince - much like Lewis Viney - still finding feet
  8. Jones - outstanding all game Hogan - continued memorable year Brayshaw - in impressive form Neal- Bullen - proving doubters wrong Petracca - unselfish and dynamic Melksham - valuable and classy T.McDonald - significantly wasn’t important Smith - certainly a bull Hannan - quieter but valuable Spargo - knows his limitations Gawn - dominated centre again Viney - Viney of old Fritsch - love his finesse Harmes - hard and valuable Hibberd - outstanding attacking defender Jetta - was rarely troubled Lever - everything is justified Lewis - intelligent and safe O.McDonald - continued to excell Oliver - tireless and impressive Salem - mistakes but classy Vince - dominated taller opponent
  9. Jones - an indefatigable leader Melksham - perfect forward’s game T .McDonald - wonderful first half Neal-Bullen - persisted and achieved Hannan - great second efforts Fritsch - continues to impress Gawn - dominated the square Hogan - couldn’t get going Harmes - impressive grunt work Petracca - impressive first half Oliver - probably broke even Viney - understandably limited output Smith - tough and uncompromising Spargo - dropped for Garlett Salem - quieter but classy Brayshaw - impressive and inspiring Hibberd - there when needed Jetta - quiet but effective Lever - impressive and safe O.McDonald - under little pressure Vince - disposal sometimes worrying Lewis - the backline marshall
  10. joeboy

    My 3 word pre game analysis V Carlton

    As if Goodwin would say he was crap?
  11. Tyson - Joeboy finally vindicated
  12. Jones - dynamic and consistent Hogan - quieter but focused Oliver - prolific and clean Tyson - a momentum killer T.McDonald - outstanding first half Hannan - always looked dangerous Neal-Bullen - finally justified retention Salem - silky smooth mover Spargo - provided forward pressure Brayshaw - continued impressive form Melksham - clever and unselfish Gawn - provided first use Hibberd - back to best Harmes - prolific ball winner Petracca - just a game Fritsch - a classy mover Jetta - reliable when needed Lever - safe and steady Lewis - the consummate professional O.McDonald - almost always safe Vince - consistently good decisions Weidemann - another irrelevant game
  13. joeboy

    Casey Demons v Box Hill Hawks - Round 6

    It’s not country football?‍♂️
  14. Hogan - continued outstanding season T.McDonald - a significant impact Weideman - junk time possessions Neal-Bullen - replace with Viney Petracca - was obviously underdone Jones - impressive captain’s game Brayshaw - career best game Gawn - was masterful again Harmes - important but careless Oliver - back to best Spargo - love his endeavour Tyson - prolific but wasteful Hannan - made an impact Melksham - not as potent Fritsch - lots to like Hibberd - returned to best Hunt - effective but lacking Jetta - brave and reliable Lever - improving each game Lewis - professional and important O.McDonald - underrated and important Vince - barely wasted possessions