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LISTEN: Jones, Viney, Pert, TMac, Salem & Goody on SEN 14/3

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It's Demons Membership spruiking day on SEN today.

Nathan Jones appeared on Breakfast with Garry and Tim

Jack Viney appeared on Gerard Whateley's show.

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Yeah I got a reminder phone call from Nibbler last night, must say I was impressed.

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Thanks for these DL. Just great. I just had to catch a bus and was able to listen to Jones and viney. Couldn't find it on the new annoying Sen app.

Was just looking for the goody interview. Not yet up on Sen.

A terrific addition to the site in the last little while.mseans you can listen to dl radio!

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Thought TMac was really good. Feel more positive after listening to that. Very cool.

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1 minute ago, binman said:

Thanks for these DL. Just great. I just had to catch a bus and was able to listen to Jones and viney. Couldn't find it on the new annoying Sen app.

Was just looking for the goody interview. Not yet up on Sen.

A terrific addition to the site in the last little while.mseans you can listen to dl radio!

The Goody interview is in the post above yours. 

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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

The Goody interview is in the post above yours. 

Yep I saw it. Part of my point. I didn't make that clear obviously.

Listening to tmac now.

I like how you can go back when you vague out of get distracted

 

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I like also that you can find and control the clip inside dl. I often have multiple tabs open on my phone and when listening to a clip on a radio site it is really easy to find it again to pause, go back etc. 

By the glad is a super impressive interviewee.

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Also listened to Christian Salem on SEN and it was a pretty vanilla interview but he did single out Fritsch as having a great preseason- if he goes to another level it will be fantastic for our season. Also there were great raps on KK - can’t wait for him to get on the park.

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1 hour ago, binman said:

Yep I saw it. Part of my point. I didn't make that clear obviously.

Listening to tmac now.

I like how you can go back when you vague out of get distracted

 

Good Lord I stuffed this communication up. What I meant was I like being able to pause and go back on clips. 

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Did you manage to get the Gary Pert interview this morning @Demonland  ? It was very inspiring and he talked mainly about Melbourne lacking a home and being the only club in the AFL with that issue. He said it was one of his main focuses. He had spoken to all the relevant parties inc City of Yarra and the MCG. He went on to say that Melbournes home was traditionally the MCG and how we would train 3 nights a week there. He said the offices there were all over the place and there was no central focus point where the supporters could meet.

If he could solve that one it would be amazing. The more i hear this guy the more i like him.

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9 minutes ago, Wadda We Sing said:

Did you manage to get the Gary Pert interview this morning @Demonland  ? It was very inspiring and he talked mainly about Melbourne lacking a home and being the only club in the AFL with that issue. He said it was one of his main focuses. He had spoken to all the relevant parties inc City of Yarra and the MCG. He went on to say that Melbournes home was traditionally the MCG and how we would train 3 nights a week there. He said the offices there were all over the place and there was no central focus point where the supporters could meet.

If he could solve that one it would be amazing. The more i hear this guy the more i like him.

Was he on SEN?

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Not too hard to articulate the problem, history shows how difficult it’s been to actually solve. I had some dealings with Pert at the Pies, he can spin a good story. I’ll hold my praise until he delivers the solution. 

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How good was Tom McD's explanation of the difference between forwards and defenders 

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Christian Salem was on The Sporting Capital with Jack Heverin.

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5 hours ago, DeezNuts said:

Yeah I got a reminder phone call from Nibbler last night, must say I was impressed.

Did he fumble the phone?

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17 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Did he fumble the phone?

No Clint, but he is #1 in the club for pressure acts. So I expect he signed up 1,500 members in a half hour burst.

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Listened to Tommy Mac while in the car this afternoon. Always impressed by how well spoken he is. Actually thinks through his answers and no ums and ahs at all. Serious individual. Well done!

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37 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Was he on SEN?

Yep, around 1pm i think...

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T Mac taking care of little bro. He’s seriously good to listen to.

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4 hours ago, Clint Bizkit said:

Did he fumble the phone?

To be fair he was spot on! Had the pitch sorted out and knew what to say - it’s gonna be a good year lads!

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Listened to all interviews Pert was again clear and visioned for the future on the admin training social complex.

He realises his role in that he has been chosen to lead and deliver as his mission for the Club and he has a great sense of our history and what a legacy it will leave us.

Yarra Park now looks way off but dont rule it out but whatever and whenever in the next half decade in our immediate window of opportunity I have no doubt we will be able to charge our glasses in a social location of our own.

Is it any  wonder his Experience with the Pies leads him to state that the Facility will be achieved, along by that time 70,000 members will also.

He can't absolutely guarantee delivery of that long awaited 13th flag and that will be The real legacy of Jackson Roos and Goodwin.

Its obvious he was the perfect CEO for us and despite the mischief and some blame that the Woods created about him he had run his race there.

We also are now moving in to an era that we have committed concerned and extra passionate old and new fans ready for the spoils hopefully achieved that since 2014 have most meticulously been planned.

 

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Obviously the obviousness of obvious things are obvious  

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