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nomed

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  1. And Sunday games make it impossible for anyone from WA to come over for games for the weekend, especially with school age kids.
  2. Recorded from tonight's 7 news in Perth Hoges_Medium.mp4
  3. Agree catering set up is not yet up to par. Didn't like the look of the hot dogs, thought "Ah ha premium German hot dog - must be a bratwurst with sauerkraut and mustard". Sucked in, same hot dog just with mustard and I think it was about $4 more Plenty of beer though, place is a booze barn.
  4. Welcome to the Western Australian way of doing things. Seat locations Our tickets, were for seats on Level 3, Section 353, which was really Level 2, Section 354. Attendant looked askance at us when we mentioned this made no sense, surprised they didn't go with the old "From Victoria are you" chestnut, truly bizarre. Restricted viewing We got talking to some Eagles supporters pre-match. The front row, Level 3 seats sold as "MFC Premium" are actually cut price Eagles members seats in the regular season as they have the view restricted by glass panels. As you state, billions spent on design and construction of a stadium where front row seats have restricted views, and your seat number doesn't actually match where your seat is!! Seems they ticketing team "saw us coming" and gypped MFC with the dud seats in the sun with restricted viewing
  5. So, does he play a "team" role or does he try to win kicks to look good? If given a "role" on someone or a position, may not showcase his abilities. If he goes "off plan" he get a black marks from coaching staff. Bloody difficult for him!
  6. Fantastic! Here is the cheersquad singing after the game.
  7. Local media in Perth really winding up on it as well. 2 hours on 6 PR Sportstalk last night of rabid callers, also back 2 pages of the West Australian today. What worries me is how this translates on Olivers next visit west, will it be the non stop booing ala Goodes a few years ago, or some drunken WCE member going over the top of the dugout? Really irresponsible coverage imo, could lead to some bad outcomes over here in terms of crowd behaviour. Also Clayton is what, 19, and only played less than 30 games, he may not be happy on reflection, but what can he say or do differently now? Let the WA witch hunt and character assassination continue!
  8. Could not post Saturday night. Lived in Perth since 2000, haven't seen Melbourne win since 2004 in the rain against Freo. Sat at Subiaco in the rain, when it was cold, when it was hot, at the City end with the sun in your eyes and couldn't see the far end of the ground. Put up with drunks and moronic West Coast and Fremantle supporters. One drunk wanted to fight Mrs Nomed a few years ago because she cheered a Dee's goal (we left the ground). Watched year after year of massive disparities in free kick counts, head duckers and thugs roughing up weak Melbourne teams. Lost carton after carton of beers and packets of TIm Tams. And then this game...... We beat the crowd! We beat the umpires! We beat the Eagles!
  9. Complete mystery isn't it....wasn't even called high contact yet is sanctioned 1 week. Surely questions should be asked by the umpiring panel about the performance on the day and it should be acknowledged as an error?
  10. I thought Petracca broke his toe? Article mentions "fractured ankle": "He knows you can't partake in pre-season dunking contests against your dog, because you'll fracture your ankle and make your coach extremely unhappy."
  11. Shows a lack of integrity that they are so easily influenced by the crowd.....
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