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30 seconds to go i started shed tears.

The heartache and pain we've experienced for 12 bloody years..

It was all worth it.. 🔴🔵🔴

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As I said earlier, felt some butterflies in the stomach when I knew we wouldn't get rolled.

Tears come for a flag.

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No, no tears. But when they hit the front, it felt fairly familiar. When Kent was lining up, I was saying Kenter, you can be a hero if you put this through ... go Kenter.... GO KENTER!!!!! GO DEMONS!!!!!!!!!

My ceiling has holes in it. But no tears. Too old and grizzled for tears.

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Tears came when Kent's bomb went through and only stopped about 5 minutes ago.

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Nope but I wasn’t far off when were “a long way up” in the 3rd...

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Guilty

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Guilty.

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Yes tears.  I admit it.  But then it is not the first time I have cried watching the eagles.  The last time was round 23 last year.  Better tears this time!  

 

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When LeCras kicked his goal, I walked over the road and hit golf balls. Walked back in to see Kent seal it. Couldn't believe it, tears in my eyes, got ready to sing the song and of course, Foxtel showed nothing after the game.

 

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Was on the brink. Kent goal the trigger.

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12 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

As I said earlier, felt some butterflies in the stomach when I knew we wouldn't get rolled.

Tears come for a flag.

Sorry, I cried walking up to Ferntree Gully Rd after Stynes went over the mark

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Came very close 

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I was working and watching the game and my hands were shaking so much I went for a walk in the rain thinking if we won I will tape it on Foxtel to see what I missed. Thought I had timed it well but got home with 3 mins to go and just jumped around the house cheering. Yes there were tears in the eyes. Very happy that the coaches actually got the selections right this week. Run, run, run.

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Different kind of tears @dworship

I wasn't on board yet at that stage.

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3 minutes ago, Soidee said:

Bottle of red now been enjoyed

Jager bombs here. Oh what a night.

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I did - and so did my boy. I came to Australia for the 2006 season, my eight year old has never seen them in finals. He sobbed and I told him that this was why you stick with your team, even through all the bad times!

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When Melksham kicked that goal I cried. I was in disbelief we held up after they hit the lead and held firm.

I just couldn’t bare another close loss to cost us finals. This past month has killed me emotionally and mentally. 

The shed of tears was a gigantic sigh of relief and enjoyment of what’s to come. I can finally enjoy one weekend of football knowing we are playing finals. 

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time for a happy scotch.... 

as opposed to the crying myself to sleep scotch

strangely come out of the same bottle!

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Yep 100% had a tear. It wasn’t until Snake’s last goal. Kent’s goal was still a bit early for me. We’ve Melbourne’d it from there before so I wasn’t sold at that time.

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Shed a tear and cracked open the Johnny blue bottle....Will finish the whole thing when it's a flag.

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43 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

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30 seconds to go i started shed tears.

The heartache and pain we've experienced for 12 bloody years..

It was all worth it.. 🔴🔵🔴

 

Nope... past all that, years ago.

All burnt out inside.

 

Just a nice sense of relief, and real-axation,  is I March toward the Finals in my mind, with the club.

 

Dare !!!!!!,   'to dream'  !

 

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The footage of the look on Jonesy face is what did it for me. Strange to be crying in the toilet at work.....

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No over joyed scared the s*#@ out of my son😄

The tears will come when the siren has sounded in the last Q of the GF, then the flood gates will open up.

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