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Dee Dee

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  1. Dee Dee

    Which Dee has X-Factor?

    Agree, Harmes has something about him that makes him very dangerous. The surprise packet of 2018. He’s an opportunist who is just beginning to realise how dangerous he could be.
  2. Dee Dee

    POST MATCH DISCUSSION - Round 22

    And all the better to do it against them in the West. Great job boys yippee, yippee etc etc (I’m off to have a large beet)!
  3. Dee Dee

    Six Demons in 22Under22 squad

    While I don’t think James Harmes will make the final 22 (but you never know), this nomination certainly recognises the sheer dedication this kid has put into his game since being elevated off the rookie list. Maybe not A grade but certainly a very solid B to B+.
  4. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 21

    6: Brayshaw 5: Harmes 4: Salem 3: Frost 2: Oliver 1: Tyson
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    Melbourne and Matthews

    And I Believe that prior to it’s erection Don Cordner -(who I think was MCC President at the time) opposed it, apparently saying something along the lines of not wanting a criminals statue outside the ground. Steve Smith’s mum chased Matthews around a supermarket soon after that incident with her son, giving him a bit of what for.
  6. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 19

    6: Oliver 5: Harmes 4: Gawn 3: ANB 2: Brayshaw 1: Frost
  7. Dee Dee

    Congratulations Bernie Vince on 100 MFC Games

    The Crows sure could have used Bernie over the last few seasons but... their loss..Our gain! Thanks Adelaide. Thanks Bernie.
  8. Dee Dee

    Branding Max

    In this world we are all just commodities in a faceless market place. And Max is useful to the market for the moment.
  9. Dee Dee

    Nic Nat and Max Gawn

    No. I spoke to Jim Stynes at a function just before the ‘08 draft, he was worried about the go home factor as well. It was a big factor in picking Watts, even though I had the feeling NicNat was rated higher.
  10. Agree, just watched the replay of the match, Charlie doesn’t take a backward step! And to all those who said he was too small - phooey! The kid’s fitted in really well, he and Fitsch were really great pickups.
  11. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 17

    6: Gawn 5: Brayshaw 4: Oliver 3: Hogan 2: Salem 1: Fritsch
  12. Dee Dee

    King: Oliver can be Dee's Dusty

    This article is quite wrong! what King should be saying is “if player X from club X works really hard, then in time he may/ could possibly be club X’s Clayton Oliver.”
  13. Dee Dee

    Happy 160th Birthday Melbourne Football Club

    I believe the original rules of the game, written in 1859 were the first codified rules of any football code, rugby, association football, American football (oxymoron) etc. included. Can anyone tell me if players recruited to the MFC are given a thorough history lesson concerning the club i.e. do they genuinely understand the significance of the club they represent not just in sport but in the context of the social life of Australia.
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    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 16

    Sheesh I hope I’m not too late? 6: Oliver 5:Brayshaw 4: Gawn 3: Salem 2: Fritsch 1: Petracca
  15. Dee Dee

    POST MATCH DISCUSSION - Round 16

    Derm gives me the sh*#s. I wish he’d shut up!
  16. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 15

    This (saves me typing)
  17. Dee Dee

    WELCOME TO THE MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB - HARRISON PETTY

    I’m embarrassed to say that’s me. But to baldly state Frost is a much better player is a bit rough (or obvious)! It was the kids first game and naturally Frost with a few seasons behind him knows the ropes somewhat better. Petty looked all at sea and appeared very nervous.. Back to the VFL with him to further learn the craft and probably play in a finals campaign.
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    Demons Grand Plan for Yarra Park Training HQ

    I’ve not joined in the discussion before, but you do raise an interesting point there. The first games of football - that which we now call Australian Rules - were played by the Melbourne Football Club in the parkland adjacent to the cricket ground. It is also the parkland where those free for all schoolboy games between Melbourne Grammar, StKilda Grammar and Scotch College were played. So it is very historically important to the club (and to us the followers of the club). I still have my doubts about obtaining a permit to build the facility at Yarra Park, but if it came to pass it would be just as significant as a move back to training on the MCG (and that won’t happen).
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    AFL.com.au Halfway Point Grade

    From my point of view and having seen all games and watched quite a few replays it’s a B+. My concern is our defence still leaking too many points. Currently by points conceded there are 9 teams better than us, every other team in the 8 plus Hawthorn and GWS IN 9th and 10th spots. The teams attacking game is spectacular but we leak badly down back. The Melbourne Football Club 2018 is still a work in progress, certainly better I believe than last year but still not an A.
  20. Dee Dee

    Watts Dropped from Port

    He was quite good Queens Birthday last year (just say’n)!
  21. Dee Dee

    Petracca in a rut?

    Just now #5 = 1/2 #10
  22. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 12

    After arriving home from the game last night I thought only 1 player deserved votes. But thinking about the game over night I reckon the 6 below at least tried. As someone above pointed out Max beat Grundy,and my admiration for Fritsch grows every week. 6: Tom McDonald 5: Gawn 4: Fritsch 3: Oliver 2: Brayshaw 1: Lewis
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    What the Fritsch

    Looks like a walking cadaver, but sh*t he can play.
  24. Dee Dee

    Demonland Player of the Year - Round 11

    6: Jetta 5: Hogan 4: Gawn 3: Fitsch 2: Brayshaw 1: McDonald Tom
  25. And he’s still greatly respected back at the Doggies. It’s not just Daniel Cross’s playing/training abilities that made him special but his whole outlook on life. I’m certainly glad we’ve still got him.
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