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1 hour ago, DubDee said:

Close thread. 

Best not to encourage rumour without any basis whatsoever

This isn't even a rumour. It is an unfounded and uninformed opinion from an irrelevant ex-footballer.

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Wow three pages on DL already over this tripe , this must be the new hutchy SEN business model clocking up baseless click bait articles off rubbish off the cuff opinions ... and yet it still stirs the pot and gets people talking about nothing . Hook line and sinker demonlanders !

The original thread title was a bit of Fugazi       in itself, was nursing my one year old back to sleep at 4am this morning and nearly fell off my chair reading it !! Had to laugh when i saw it was actually a boomer Harvey opinion piece 😝

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hogan's mum now lives in melbourne and he grew up going for the crows

why on earth would he go back to wa now?

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3 minutes ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

hogan's mum now lives in melbourne and he grew up going for the crows

why on earth would he go back to wa now?

They have very sexy girls in WA, I'd go back in a heartbeat.

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They have a novel online marketing strategy do SEN. Did it kick in when Hutchy took over?

Broadcast opinion pieces or stream of consciousness ramblings then post an article on your website promoting said opinions or ramblings as hard news (albeit sports news).

It ensures that you can set the agenda for that day to a limited degree, constantly generate content (which is key for SEO) and promote yourself while supposedly 'informing' the public.

Does any other information organ of there do this? It's genius but nine types of unethical. Thank god they only run a sports radio station.

 

 

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If he went to Fremantle and kicked 3 goals a game, it would be half their score. 😄

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He was asked on Ch 10 news if his source was good and he said he had no source, only a hunch.

Unabashed attention seeker.

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Watch Hogan when a teammate kicks a goal. Watch him after the game. He has never looked happier than right now.

Kinda like how Brent Harvey has never looked less relevant than right now. 

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10 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

He was asked on Ch 10 news if his source was good and he said he had no source, only a hunch.

Unabashed attention seeker.

He needs to shave his palms and get some glasses

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SEN's entire business model seems to be clickbaiting you through to website articles where somebody says something moderately controversial. Works quite well.

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Can we get David Neitz to say Ben Brown is going to Gold Coast on big money to replace Lynch?

 

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Harvey was a germ as a player and is a germ as a person.

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So, we are doomed because a retired sneaky little staging sniper says so.

Woe is me 😱😱😱

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5 hours ago, mauriesy said:

If he went to Fremantle and kicked 3 goals a game, it would be half their score. 😄

What forward in their right mind would want to play under Lyon?

Sure, a negating defender maybe, but a forward?

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11 hours ago, dieter said:

Pavlich was an Adelaide boy....

Oops so he was! Point is I always heard when his contract was coming up that he would leave Perth but it never happened. 

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Is that gronk Boomer Harvey in the media is he?

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If he keeps this B.S up he will just become a miniature version of Caroline Wilson.

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4 hours ago, Adzman said:

If he keeps this B.S up he will just become a miniature version of Caroline Wilson.

He’s less manly looking though. 

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