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Kyle Cheney still playing the game ...must be nearly 10 years is it?

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Oskar Baker is next.

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8 hours ago, jako13 said:

Stu Spencer is an all time legend Sku. multiple premierships b&fs in premiership years team of century. one of the best rovers the game has seen... so yeah he qualifies

Just Quietly!!!

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1 hour ago, Hell Bent said:

Kyle Cheney still playing the game ...must be nearly 10 years is it?

Interesting career. In 2016 he played 24 games with the Crows - double his previous best season tally - but then got injured, and hasn't played sighted at AFL-level since.

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1 hour ago, Rogue said:

Interesting career. In 2016 he played 24 games with the Crows - double his previous best season tally - but then got injured, and hasn't played sighted at AFL-level since.

Till this week! He played v. the Hawks.

I reckon he's been under-rated.

Hawthorn gave him the job on Buddy once! He didn't do a bad job.

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Did Stuie play for us?

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I must respond

The question is a tautology

Redheads ARE the best players for Melbourne 

and the best redhead 

will be Clayton Oliver

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14 hours ago, jako13 said:

Stu Spencer is an all time legend Sku. multiple premierships b&fs in premiership years team of century. one of the best rovers the game has seen... so yeah he qualifies

and there was this other bloke . . . Ron somebody . . . ?

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20 hours ago, ProperDee said:

That's Stuart Spencer. Not surprised that bandwagon fans haven't heard of him. Was clearly a dud...

Yeah, maybe I am an old bugger but my levels of support involve learning about the history of our team. I guess that sort of interest is what separates us diehard Demons from the fairweather fans.

A strange world where you're considered a bandwagon jumper for not having supported your team before the time of your birth. I suppose when I die, I'll get accused of jumping off. I also have no idea how you could bring yourself to accuse anyone still supporting our club after the past decade of being a fair-weather fan.  

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Col Sylvia was a red head, not sure he qualifies. 

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1 hour ago, ManDee said:

Col Sylvia was a red head, not sure he qualifies. 

Unless I'm missing some obtuse joke, classifying Sylvia as a red head is a definite stretch of the definition.

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1 hour ago, Nasher said:

Unless I'm missing some obtuse joke, classifying Sylvia as a red head is a definite stretch of the definition.

http://www.melbournefc.com.au/news/2013-06-21/friday-flashbacks-our-redheads

Colin Sylvia and Matthew Bate
One thing that all redheads from strawberry blonde to auburn know is that denial is futile, and resistance can be but temporary.  However, this has not stopped two recent characters of the Club from trying to deny their proud inheritance.  In Dermott Brereton style, the exuberant Colin Sylvia has taken the bleached path, while Matthew Bate headed in the opposite direction and briefly liaised with a darker side. 

No joke Nash.

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3 hours ago, Nasher said:

Unless I'm missing some obtuse joke, classifying Sylvia as a red head is a definite stretch of the definition.

Can't decide whether it's easier to classify players as good/not good than it is to decide whether they are rangas/not rangas.

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