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Demon17    151

JV7started a post "Embrace it" yesterday and as a consequence I have also brought forward my post planned for next week. If we lose it might be too late then and the mood may not be conduicive..

I wish to express gratitude to the following for this season, in no particular order...

 

Peter Jackson - enough said

Paul Roos - for bringing an on-field foundation and respect

Mr and Mrs Todd Viney - need I mention him Viney jnr.? Enough said

Nathan Jones - This is for you Nate

The Player welfare group - for looking after Jesse, Jeffy and no doubt many others for us in their times of need

Daisy Pearce - leadership and professionalism

The Board (and Glenn Bartlett)

Simon Goodwin - coach of the year contender and all class.

Max Gawn - for continuing the No.11 Guernsey with respect and humour.

Robbo- for Hogan's Heroes

Tom McDonald - Domain Stadium heroics

Jack Watts - QB 17 heroics

Jordan Lewis - making us a destination and THAT Carlton match mark at 30 seconds to go.

Angus Brayshaw - for listening to your mum.

Oscar McDonald - for perseverance

Michael Hibberd - Nothing needs saying here.

 

Apologies to many others.

I shall sit back and enjoy this weeks game now.

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praha    4,005

Being able to go somewhere I love 10-15 times a year and know I'm safe and surrounded by like minded individuals.

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McQueen    8,077

I am grateful for the fact we've not had a ten goal whipping this season.

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Robot Devil    1,338
31 minutes ago, praha said:

Being able to go somewhere I love 10-15 times a year and know I'm safe and surrounded by like minded individuals.

Sometimes those like minded individuals are the only reason I walk out of the G not feeling like a complete loon for cheering so loud for the Dees. 

Its been desperate times for the last ten years and I'm grateful persistence pays off. 

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Deevolution    66

I am grateful for being able to watch my team & we're always a chance of winning.

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Deevolution    66
1 hour ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I'm grateful for making the trip down to Hobart Vs North....

Surely not, I only had to drive over the bridge & that was bad enough.

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Basher    6

Grateful to hear the club song played at match end

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pineapple dee    1,258
1 hour ago, Mazer Rackham said:

Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour doesn't crack a mention???????

Give it a rest Mazer!!!!  We are the DEMONS. 

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Demon Disciple    2,197
1 hour ago, Mazer Rackham said:

Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour doesn't crack a mention???????

Not whilst he's stuck in the two's

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Wiseblood    12,355

I'm thankful that it took no persuading at all for me to love the club as much as my father did. So many great memories that they still outweigh the bad from the last decade. 

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4 hours ago, small but forward said:

I'm grateful our team came good before my 11 yo boy lost all respect for me "making" him barrack for the dees.

Me too, I've 2 sons, 11 and 6,

"why can't we go for a team that wins dad ?"

 

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Jibroni    228
3 hours ago, Mazer Rackham said:

Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour doesn't crack a mention???????

Life speaking yes. Football speaking im geateful that James Frawley left and we have Angus as a result, a future vice captain before our eyes.

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Biffen    9,633

Offshore tax havens, my rugged good looks,the girls I've loved before,wine,weed and my rude good health.

The qualified MFC success so far is what I expect it to be.

I'm beyond gratitude for a few wins.

We seek the grail.

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jane02    1,555

I am grateful that I made my daughter (who comes to the footy with me)  learn CPR and do a refresher course every couple of years just in case....... 

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Gorgoroth    5,435

For fine whisky and cigars. Without them I reckon I would have ended up in an asylum due to this club. 

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Beating the Saints twice

Losing the Etihad curse with 2 wins from 3 games there this year

Smashing Adelaide on their home deck

Clarence Oliver

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