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Harley Balic is settling in nicely.

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I just remember years back the mummy boy Anthony Rocca, he turned out okay as a footy player.

He's home in Melbourne so hopefully those issues are behind him.  

He was good for my dream team for the 2 games he played last year, he has talent.

 

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59 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Please leave your political infighting to the general board. No place for it here.

Political?  Or are you referring to political correctness?

 

 

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10 hours ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Can you expand on this? Why does Watts' departure lead, in your view, to an expectation that the midfield will be more attacking? I don't understand where you're coming from. 

Neither do I. Doesn't make much sense.

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10 hours ago, Deestar9 said:

We all hear something....I hear ( from a Port player) that Balic  lived with Harley bennell l in Perth... say no more....don’t hold out a lot of hope.....but only hearsay so will cross fingers that it works out for the Dees ...i’m sure the club are across all these facts as well...but 

You don't hold out much hope due to something you admit is "hearsay" ?

Even if it is true that mere fact would mean nothing.  New players live together at all clubs. 

Living with someone doesn t mean you endorse, or are even privy to their activities.

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11 hours ago, faultydet said:

I worry about the mindset of any player who is that much of a mummies boy that he can't bring himself to be away from her, but if he gets fit and establishes himself in the senior team, it will be yet another great pickup by our recruiting team.

 

 Everyone is entitled to an opinion, even those opinions that you dont like.

I too hope Harley is fine. He is a Demon now after all.

Thats all I care about.

Rage away.

Well put, the rest of the flotsam of comment is not only negative but also, none of our business.

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11 hours ago, Deestar9 said:

We all hear something....I hear ( from a Port player) that Balic  lived with Harley bennell l in Perth... say no more....don’t hold out a lot of hope.....but only hearsay so will cross fingers that it works out for the Dees ...i’m sure the club are across all these facts as well...but 

 

50 minutes ago, ProDee said:

You don't hold out much hope due to something you admit is "hearsay" ?

Even if it is true that mere fact would mean nothing.  New players live together at all clubs. 

Living with someone doesn t mean you endorse, or are even privy to their activities.

It may in fact have been another contributing factor in his desire to leave.  

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21 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Salem has to do something this coming year. I am suprised he wasn’t trade bait a couple of months ago

His potential far outweighs the 2nd round pick we would have got for him.

Why sell off a quality kid when you would get well under what he is worth?

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13 minutes ago, BAMF said:

His potential far outweighs the 2nd round pick we would have got for him.

Why sell off a quality kid when you would get well under what he is worth?

Just needs to stay on the park

Can find the ball, and is a fantastic kick.

This may just be the year he "arrives"

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1 hour ago, BAMF said:

His potential far outweighs the 2nd round pick we would have got for him.

Why sell off a quality kid when you would get well under what he is worth?

Depends on whether he plays

Quality means nothing in the grandstand

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2 hours ago, ProDee said:

You don't hold out much hope due to something you admit is "hearsay" ?

Even if it is true that mere fact would mean nothing.  New players live together at all clubs. 

Living with someone doesn t mean you endorse, or are even privy to their activities.

...absolutely spot on 'ProDee'.

Many years ago I moved interstate and worked with a small group of people, a couple of whom were said to be big smokers and inhalers

I started going out with a local girl who was surprised I didn't even smoke cigarettes let alone anything else. The word around town was that I was big time into it.

It was a great life lesson...if you don't know, you don't know.

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13 hours ago, Darkhorse72 said:

I just remember years back the mummy boy Anthony Rocca, he turned out okay as a footy player.

He's home in Melbourne so hopefully those issues are behind him.  

He was good for my dream team for the 2 games he played last year, he has talent.

 

Or Jeff White. I remember Gerard Neesham saying how immature he was for admitting that he sometimes spent time in his car crying when he was at Freo.

He turned out to be more than handy...

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7 hours ago, ProDee said:

You don't hold out much hope due to something you admit is "hearsay" ?

Even if it is true that mere fact would mean nothing.  New players live together at all clubs. 

Living with someone doesn t mean you endorse, or are even privy to their activities.

You're dead set correct in that Pro.

My squeeze would Bobbit me if some of my activities came to light!

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