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  1. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Run home to Finals - 2018

    Cop out. Will only have ourselves to blame if we miss. Had to beat Geelong round 1 without Danger, Henderson, S Selwood, Ablett off no pre-season, and Harry Taylor off in the first quarter. Botched selection for the Port and St Kilda games also completely our own doing.
  2. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Match Preview and Team Selection - Round 17

    Thank god the FD have finally clicked that you can't play Dom Tyson on a wing. They might have finally watched a Richmond match. Only cost us the two narrow losses.
  3. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Changes vs Western Bulldogs

    In: JKH Out: Smith Need run on the 'G, especially with heavy legs after Darwin. Pedersen, Tim Smith and Tyson are not the answer.
  4. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    MATCH PREVIEW AND TEAM SELECTION - Round 16

    Maynard is a delist. We have 15 of his type, even if he does learn how to play footy. Hahaha just because you're in the football department doesn't mean you're any good. Have you thought that every MFC Football Department over the last 12 years have known what they were doing, because they must if they spend so much time with the players? Spose Neeld knew best too did he? Goodwin's selection mistakes have cost us 3 games this year. Blind freddy could see Maynard and Wagner did nothing in the pre-season to justify a game against Geelong in what was an 8 point game. The teams we selected against Port and St Kilda have been the biggest, slowest sides you could select, and to not play a quick crumbing forward when Richmond play a dozen of them raises some serious questions over the football department.
  5. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    The Steven May Thread

    We gave up two first rounders for him and they say this years top 20 is exceptional. We have gaping holes in the midfield, which is where games are won and lost. Lever nominated the Dees so we held the power. We massively overpaid for a guy that does not fix our problems. He is a 'nice to have'. Midfielders that can run and kick are a 'need'.
  6. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    The Steven May Thread

    May is a contracted captain of another club. We just overpaid for Lever as though it would fix all our defensive issues and now can't burn a 3rd first rounder on May. Our midfield is terribly unbalanced and we can't spend another 1st rounder on the backline. Jordan Roughead as a free agent would provide a 200cm 105kg key defensive option and genuine ruck depth if Gawn went down. I appreciate he's not quite a full back and not quite a ruckman, but we desperately need some mature bodies and extra height back there. Oscar is always 2 years away from having the necessary strength, and it seems there is no competition for his spot given the club has banished Frost. Roughead would be a much better free hit for us than coughing up a first rounder for May.
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    MATCH PREVIEW AND TEAM SELECTION - Round 16

    We queried Maynard and Wagner in Round 1. We queried Tim Smith and Tyson against Port. We queried Petty over Frost and no small forward against the Saints. Goodwin's selections have cost the club 3 wins in an even season. It will most likely cost the club finals. The sycophants like you that say "I trust the FD" make me sick.
  8. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Hogan the Crumber

    Yeah, you're right, everything's fine and it is unreasonable of us to expect him to get a kick in big games against Collingwood and Port. FFS.
  9. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Can We Save Our Season?

    You're exactly right. After Geelong and Port Gawn has said things like 'we would have lost that by a lot more in the past so it's good that we didn't get blown away' and 'I don't think we disgraced ourselves'. They're happy just not being a basket case. The pre-season dribble about how much last year hurt and would drive us this year was just hot air.
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    Changes v St Kilda

    In: Frost, Stretch, Spargo Out: Vince, Tyson, T Smith Frost deserves a chance for the next month in a Melbourne side that will have the ball live in its forward half. He's always the scape goat when when the rest of the side fails miserably (I.e. Hawthorn). Give him a go when we have double the inside 50s to our opposition. We've seen how much better Oscar has looked when our midfield out-pressure the opposition. Frost should be under instruction to play within his limitations and handpass to a Salem, Lewis or Hibberd every time he touches the ball. I'd have him do the back up ruck work and tackle to hurt at centre bounces like he loves doing. He's too big, strong and fast to be wallowing at Casey while we have an undersized and slow backline at one end, and Tim Smith offering absolutely nothing at the other.
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    Run home to Finals - 2018

    The blind, long, high bombs into the Forward line have been an issue since Round 1 where it, and the selection of Maynard and Wagner, cost us another match we should have won. It is not easily fixed because it is not the forwards at fault, it's our crash and bash one dimensional, unbalanced midfield that have no class or ability to accelerate out of a stoppage, lower their eyes and spot up a well-weighted short pass. We desperately need to add a Shaun Higgins-type free agent and trade for a Devon Smith-type as well. Hopefully Gaff and Murphy might be the Free Agents this year, and maybe they can trade for a Darcy Parish or similar.
  12. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Why success is improvement

    Such a Melbourne thread. "Too much pressure on finals". Wow.
  13. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Marc Murphy

    Thank Christ. Someone that can run and kick.
  14. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Post Match Discussion - Round 14

    I'm one of those supporters that expects $800k money men with fancy free haircuts to deliver in big games against good opposition.
  15. Watts Jurrah Dunn?

    Post Match Discussion - Round 14

    All I remember of him in the Richmond game was the around-the-body snap he went for late in the 3rd quarter from 35m directly in front, which should have been a set shop drop punt, that missed and sapped all our momentum. Again it's a goal that I expect my $800k a year forwards to kick. I don't accept this stuff because it's mediocrity. Big dollars, big matches, big moments, little return.
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