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  1. Tony Tea

    Official Nicknames

    Tom "Jack" Sparrow, James "Air" Jordan, Aaron "Jack" Nitzsche, Marty "Two Buck" Hore, and Toby "Wheels" Bedford.
  2. Tony Tea

    Last Flag Ladder

    I was born in 1961, so Carlton's drought is more significant to me since I have never known a dominant Melbourne, whereas Carlton spent decades dominating during my lifetime before turning into a basket case.
  3. Tony Tea

    Down Memory Lane # 2

    Now, come on. Ricky was an okay footballer, but had average hands and was a poor kick.
  4. Tony Tea

    2019 Fixture

    Yow. Zah. If we can win our share of games in that tough draw we'll have earned them.
  5. Tony Tea

    Demons Grand Plan for Yarra Park Training HQ

    (paraphrasing AND punning)
  6. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Multiple scoring options win big matches.
  7. Tony Tea

    Innocent

    It's a fair cap, yer 'onour.
  8. Tony Tea

    Demon Royalty

    I thought it was going to be a picture of Hoppy Hopgood.
  9. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    I reckon Bennett left in 93, which is the same year Neitz arrived, so they may have played the odd game together. Bennett would probably have played with Schwarz. Regarding finals against Geelong. I don't remember a final against the Cats between 1989 and 2005.
  10. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    So how could we have kept him?
  11. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    I don't remember Bennett, Schwarz and Neitz ever playing a final together, let alone against Geelong.
  12. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    I reckon Hogan's days at Melbourne were numbered when it became apparent we played a better style of footy when he was missing. Not saying Hogan is no good, just that we seem to gel better all over the ground when he is out. After that it was a matter of the footy department deciding what style of players we most needed, and could trading Hogan get those players in.
  13. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Farewell, Jesse. I will miss you, but I will not miss your Hogan's Going Home saga.
  14. Tony Tea

    Farewell Jesse Hogan

    Any chance the Dees will get pick 5, and then instead of giving it to the Suns, trade it up to a higher pick? Say, 1, 2, 3 or 4, similar to what we did with (I think) Oliver and Weid?
  15. Tony Tea

    Rumour File

    The comments by the Port list manager are what every honest footy person thinks.
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