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Spaghetti last won the day on April 12 2012

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  1. This printer was next to my computer back in the day 😁 Guess i'm not the creative type...
  2. Just saw Bell and Rosich arrive 😂
  3. Not worried. Though hopefully Port get even worse in the coming years and Wines will want to move back home
  4. I normally don't like number changes - but at least we can be sure that the person taking #31 will be (and already is) a great player for the club. At least we are not jinxing a new recruit with it.
  5. Evans was promote or delist I believe. We can keep Magner on rookie list for another year.
  6. Fairfax Media understands that Clothier stopped the recording at various times to remind Timmy that his future as Year 5 SRC Rep is at stake.
  7. Clint Bartram just gave a good one in his exit interview with Burgan. Talking about his plans for the immediate future... "I've got a few things in the pipe works"
  8. This is sad news. Best of luck to him. If only the rest of our list got as much out of themselves at Bartram did.
  9. Not sure that I would admire his determination to succeed. He has known/been told for many years that he had the potential to be drafted, yet did not work hard enough and was ultimately passed over when first eligible. Good luck to him though, he could be a great player.
  10. And? There is no shortage of QCs/SCs in Australia. I'm sure the AFL knows a couple as well.
  11. Well it was certainly a different angle on it. But the last two sentences changes much of what was said before it: However, this week's report that there was a tacit agreement among the coaching staff not to win games takes the matter to a new level. If proven, a grey issue turns into one that's black and white.
  12. As much as we'd like the punishments to rest with the individuals - it doesn't work like that. These "individuals" are representatives of the MFC, especially if the board were involved with the directive.
  13. Court will not necessarily flush out the sources. I actually think it more likely the source would be protected. The High Court have affirmed this protection. Though, lower courts have held that a source may be uncovered if necessary in the interests of justice. I'm not sure that would be the case here. Regardless, I doubt the MFC would want this to continue any longer than it needed to and I would hope that the MFC would know better than to take on a media company. I wouldn't want The Age offside in a town dominated by just two newspapers.
  14. They would if the case against us was strong enough. Or if there was votes in it. However sanctions by the AFL is not evidence of match fixing.
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