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Have heard that he has been offered a contract at the bombers and has put off talks till just before trade week to think about his options, has any one else heard this and does it have any substance to the rumour. If it is and he does go it will severly hurt us. For the record if the rumour is true I dont think he would go, he seems to love the club

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Moloney is contracted until the end of 2012, is club VC, grew up a passionate Melbourne supporter

Total BS

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our vice captain however you spell his bloody name, its a shame the footy club isnt a bunch of perfectionists like some of the people on this site, we might win a few more games

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its hardly a fail to ask a simple question, shame we dont get simple answers in reply

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its hardly a fail to ask a simple question, shame we dont get simple answers in reply

The fact he's still in contract ensures the info you've been fed is BS

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our vice captain however you spell his bloody name, its a shame the footy club isnt a bunch of perfectionists like some of the people on this site, we might win a few more games

I wouldn't go getting upset after being called up for repeating a troll that should be bleeding obvious to any MFC supporter.

I mean, I know that not every supporter knows the intimate details of all the players, but I'd think it's safe to assume anyone going to the length of posting on a supporter forum would have a fair background knowledge, and know better.

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Thats a good thing im glad he isnt going any where, it was just some thing I read on a trade rumours thread. Just asking if it had any legs

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He stood up in from of the faithfull at the B&F and gave a serve to Mclean about leaving. Wouldn't think he'd be going anywhere.

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I wouldn't go getting upset after being called up for repeating a troll that should be bleeding obvious to any MFC supporter.

I mean, I know that not every supporter knows the intimate details of all the players, but I'd think it's safe to assume anyone going to the length of posting on a supporter forum would have a fair background knowledge, and know better.

yeah because no loyal players have ever left a club before chasing a bit of coin.

Im not interested in an arguement, I asked a question and it has been answered and I am happy with that

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got to go back to work now, thanks for the lovely chat everyone lol, do with this post as you will

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To be fair this was mentioned on 3AW also a couple of days ago.

I don't believe it for a second.

Seems the media have the MFC squarely in their sights at the moment.

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To be fair this was mentioned on 3AW also a couple of days ago.

I don't believe it for a second.

Seems the media have the MFC squarely in their sights at the moment.

Out of interest, who was it mentioned by on 3aw?

A caller?

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Maloney should change his name by deed poll.

Maybe he can take Trengrove, Silvia and Joel McDonald along to the registry to keep him company :-)

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Baloney..

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Out of interest, who was it mentioned by on 3aw?

Not 100% sure as it was on in the background at work, they were going through all different rumors that had been heard and that was one. Didn't even go into any detail.

Was later posted on the MFC Facebook page.

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Not 100% sure as it was on in the background at work, they were going through all different rumors that had been heard and that was one. Didn't even go into any detail.

Was later posted on the MFC Facebook page.

Amazing how BS rumours float, considering he's contracted until the end of next year

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no-way, he is Demon through and through, all this inuendo about blokes wanting out is tiresome. I think we will lose Scully, Warnock, Dunne, Morton and a couple of others and that will be it.

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Maybe he can take Trengrove, Silvia and Joel McDonald along to the registry to keep him company :-)

I think it is unfair that you pointedly pick up the spelling furphies, hardtrack (oops)

What demonland needs is a good dose of Bluey.

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He stood up in from of the faithfull at the B&F and gave a serve to Mclean about leaving. Wouldn't think he'd be going anywhere.

Alas, but didn't one Brock Mclean be last player standing in our first Debt Demolition and donate $10K to the club?

Moloney ain't going anywhere...but rather circumstance can always change...

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