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WELCOME TO THE MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB - TOMAS BUGG

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sorry, i forgot your only Liter Al... I'll try to make it simple, & straight, & boring, next time for you so you can comprehend the curves, dd36

by the way dd36, what are you like understanding new Australians who may be trying to talk English to you.... do you walk away, when they do try?

I could walk into Chinatown and understand 98% of the chinese population there, and then theres you who speaks absolute [censored] that 95% of demonland still don't understand what the hell you are on about majority of the time.

Fair dinkum..

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Bloody awesome. Bugg, Viney and Kent on the field together sounds like fun.... for everyone but the opposition.

remembering days of viney, grinter, & schwarta... & also of Lillee & Thomo,,, right in they're faces with ball, & head to head.

bring em on.

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I could walk into Chinatown and understand 98% of the chinese population there, and then theres you who speaks absolute [censored] that 95% of demonland still don't understand what the hell you are on about majority of the time.

Fair dinkum..

if you really don't understand the parallels i draw, then you have a very thin wave band in your brain... anyone can understand the parallel examples, maybe except those with very limited thinking abilities that are so straight.

how are you with abstract art, or writings? can you decipher messages in music? or must it be literal as well? is that literal, or lateral you can get? I tend to be more, analogue I guess you could describe it, with the warmer tones.

on the other hand, you may be more digital, like MP-3, diminished tones... you know the music with all the stuff missing. the stuff we can't hear audibly, but we can feel, at some level.

fair dinkum dd36, I'm starting to believe your serious, & truly cannot understand, rather than just being irritable.

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if you really don't understand the parallels i draw, then you have a very thin wave band in your brain... anyone can understand the parallel examples, maybe except those with very limited thinking abilities that are so straight.

how are you with abstract art, or writings? can you decipher messages in music? or must it be literal as well? is that literal, or lateral you can get? I tend to be more, analogue I guess you could describe it, with the warmer tones.

on the other hand, you may be more digital, like MP-3, diminished tones... you know the music with all the stuff missing. the stuff we can't hear audibly, but we can feel, at some level.

fair dinkum dd36, I'm starting to believe your serious, & truly cannot understand, rather than just being irritable.

Yeah cool story
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Yeah cool story

Can you stop responding to him dazzle? I've been enjoying having him on my ignore list so I don't have to see any of his posts. I smile every time I read through a thread and I can skip his incoherent drivel. You should do the same.

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More riddles please. This is getting boring...

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#: 132   Posted (edited)

Can you stop responding to him dazzle? I've been enjoying having him on my ignore list so I don't have to see any of his posts. I smile every time I read through a thread and I can skip his incoherent drivel. You should do the same.

your in my list with stuie, wise, your about as boring as your footy is.

I for one am glad I don't have to read your carping on 'like an old woman from the 50's'.

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Bit harsh on Jetta's disposal IMO

Fact: Jetta led the AFL in disposal efficiency in '14 at 89%.

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Ridiculous call about Jetta's disposal. He is very tidy with the ball, one of the few I have faith in that he will hit a target regularly.

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Ridiculous call about Jetta's disposal. He is very tidy with the ball, one of the few I have faith in that he will hit a target regularly.

Agree, values every possession he gets.

Tom Mcdonald should follow Jetta's example. Know your limitations.

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sorry, i forgot your only Liter Al... I'll try to make it simple, & straight, & boring, next time for you so you can comprehend the curves, dd36

by the way dd36, what are you like understanding new Australians who may be trying to talk English to you.... do you walk away, when they do try?

My relationship history goes, Vietnam, China, Malaysia and Russia. But y'know what, after all that, I still can't speak Crazy.

Also, Thomas Bugg looks like he'd be a handy pick-up to reliably fill a role at low cost.

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This is going to be a very good pick-up for us.

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#: 138   Posted (edited)

My relationship history goes, Vietnam, China, Malaysia and Russia. But y'know what, after all that, I still can't speak Crazy.

Also, Thomas Bugg looks like he'd be a handy pick-up to reliably fill a role at low cost.

well I can communicate with poor linguistic Italions, Greeks, Argentinians, generally latino Sth Americans, & Western Europeans...

And I am very happy with any tough as, footy players.

as far as broad speaking styles, you'll have to tolerate it, or lump it. I'm not changing my style for others, who refuse to try to get it.

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I havenrt seen him play much, are you saying he has a lot of mongrel in him?

Not sure it was a lot of mongrel, but he was the one that cleaned up Riewoldt earlier this year (?) or was it last year?

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I've always enjoyed watching Bugg since his debut season.

When he's not niggling and getting under his oponents skin causing them to fault, he can use the ball beautifully out of the half back line.

He's not that high end player we are hoping for but he'll certainly create competition for that Grimes/ Howe half back role - yet with more shut down ability.

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Not sure it was a lot of mongrel, but he was the one that cleaned up Riewoldt earlier this year (?) or was it last year?

I believe you're right AF, I have a faint recollection of this.

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Fact: Jetta led the AFL in disposal efficiency in '14 at 89%.

Holy crap.

My subjective view of footy is way out of wack then. I would never have pegged his DE as that high.

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Running backman that is poor by foot. He'll fit perfectly into our backline then

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Bit harsh on Jetta's disposal IMO

On a 3 tier scale 1 being poor, 2 being (AFL) average, 3 being elite he's average.

I don't buy into kicking efficiency stats regarding some players based on the position they play as they can be misleading. Jetta being a perfect example.

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#: 145   Posted (edited)

Jetta seems consciously kicking within his limitations. Low risk but also low gain at times. I.e. he rarely stabs one 50 m into the corridor.

But as Clint once said "A man's gotta know his limitations"

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Jetta seems consciously kicking within his limitations. Low risk but also low gain at times. I.e. he rarely stabs one 50 m into the corridor.

But as Clint once said "A man's gotta know his limitations"

The point I'm trying to make is Jetta does a great job playing his role locking down small forwards but what if we had someone who could do that and have elite disposal and push up into the midfield if needed.

We struggled this year again in the midfield but maybe next year depending on injuries but definitely in 2017 there should no such thing as a small lock defender or a mid sized defender and that's all they can do. It will be we have midfielders with elite disposal playing the role of a lock down defender or a mid size defender.

Hawthorn and Geelong worked this out years ago and the results speak for themselves.

I haven't seen a lot of Melksham, could be coming off the other back flank from Salem. Multiple options.

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Quit the infighting.

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#: 148   Posted (edited)

The point I'm trying to make is Jetta does a great job playing his role locking down small forwards but what if we had someone who could do that and have elite disposal and push up into the midfield if needed.

We struggled this year again in the midfield but maybe next year depending on injuries but definitely in 2017 there should no such thing as a small lock defender or a mid sized defender and that's all they can do. It will be we have midfielders with elite disposal playing the role of a lock down defender or a mid size defender.

Hawthorn and Geelong worked this out years ago and the results speak for themselves.

I haven't seen a lot of Melksham, could be coming off the other back flank from Salem. Multiple options.

Spot on. You defend as a team, and attack as a team. We need our backmen to be more creative, and that includes our supporters love children like Jetta and Garland.

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Quit the infighting.

Its been more interesting then the trade period so far.... haha

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Jetta seems consciously kicking within his limitations. Low risk but also low gain at times. I.e. he rarely stabs one 50 m into the corridor.

But as Clint once said "A man's gotta know his limitations"

thats professionalism, & thats Nev Jetta.

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