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...and Trenners could give him a big welcoming tackle at our first practice match :-)

Go all out to get him, regardless of what other clubs offer. Just like we did for Mitch Clark - if the coach needs to go and sleep in some dodgy motel - just go and make a play for him. We need his p

Neeld Football ™ is a hard, accountable, no-frills brand that will stand up in finals. That's what it's about and we need the requisite group of players to carry out his instructions. No single pla


You are right about 1 thing we do represent "sunshine" - "kids" love sunshine compared to your "darkness" - "kids" love positive feed back compared to constant Negativity - "kids" love playing with their mates in-front of big overenthusiastic crowds - "kids" in 2012 hold the power in AFL football 2012.

Some clubs have recognised this some clubs the "culture" is stuck in another era.

PS "kids" love the Internet - oh and they can read just FYI - but you go ahead and get rid of your ray of sunshine. Sorry we choose to speak a different language to our "kids" - the glass is half full & the "sun" will shine on the MCG again because we are prepared to invest in our "kids & their mates"

Is that you Cale?

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Yet another thread carpet-bombed by the 'concern troll' Dr Who.

Moderators? Enough please.

Back on topic folks ... Patrick Dangerfield.

Best outcome = Viney, Stringer, Dangerfield and First 17 Yr old

Worst outcome = Viney + 2 others of those

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The only players I could see being mooted as a make weight in a deal with Adelaide would be ... Sylvia, Moloney, Petterd and Tapscott.

I'd prefer to just deal in picks but we may have to let one of those guys go to get Danger to the Dees.

Pick 14 and Sylvia?

Straight for pick 5?

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If there is even a wiff that he would look at coming back to Victoria then we must have a serious crack.

As an aside, does anyone else see the irony in Dr Who having a crack at our 'old culture' whilst adopting a pseudynom form a 1960's BBC sci-fi character. What a hip cat! Tells me he is a troll, just not a clever one.

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The only players I could see being mooted as a make weight in a deal with Adelaide would be ... Sylvia, Moloney, Petterd and Tapscott.

I'd prefer to just deal in picks but we may have to let one of those guys go to get Danger to the Dees.

Pick 14 and Sylvia?

Straight for pick 5?

Petterd for Dangerfield?

Where the hell do I sign?!

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Dear Dr Who,

It appears you are another person who believes your generation (whichever one it is) has a monopoly on understanding the current day correctly. You are probaly under 30 and think "if only all those old people would stop stuffing up the world - look at the mistakes they made..." You are no more right in your views than the next person but seem to have taken some sort of intelligence high ground because of some preconcieved opinion about your own intelligence. Oscar Wilde once wrote "the problem with youth is it is wasted on the young".

All these "old people" and "Brighton people" you so quickly dismiss, along with what you consider their opinions to be, demonstrates your narrow-minded bigotry toward your fellow Dees supporters.

Youth, or new thinking, or new methods are never THE answer but can often be part of AN answer.

BTW - I still have no idea what your first post had to do with Dangerfield!!

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Kid would be scared to play at the MCG in-front of 20,000-30,000 old people most of them screaming & bagging your team mates - it would be like playing in a cemetery.

Then after the game you have to listen to these old "brighton" gits with no idea about football, no idea what footy is like today - Yeah a wake at the OAP bowls club.

Speak for yourself only, good doctor

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The only players I could see being mooted as a make weight in a deal with Adelaide would be ... Sylvia, Moloney, Petterd and Tapscott.

I'd prefer to just deal in picks but we may have to let one of those guys go to get Danger to the Dees.

Pick 14 and Sylvia?

Straight for pick 5?

I'd swap for pick 5 in a heartbeat.

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I think Dr Fraud's time on planet Demonland is drawing to a close

Maybe he should take his defective non-commissioned Tardis (very non-circa 2012) to Big Footy where he can proselytize to the kiddies

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Dont think the crows will let him go . If we can get him i would throw our 1st pick to them as we have no time to wait for kids now. Viney and dangerfield would be a big + for the MFC in the middle of the ground. My vote is yes go for it.

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Dont think the crows will let him go . If we can get him i would throw our 1st pick to them as we have no time to wait for kids now. Viney and dangerfield would be a big + for the MFC in the middle of the ground. My vote is yes go for it.

Unfortunately our first pick will be used on Viney. Cant trade it when we have already used it in the FS bidding process

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Intersting how the good Dr & Jos'e always seem to chat on the same thread at the same time....it is becoming a tad tiresome...

You really are an idiot if you can't tell that I am not him.

& I avoid him like the bloody plague.

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You really are an idiot if you can't tell that I am not him.

& I avoid him like the bloody plague.

But the good Dr. certainly doesn't avoid you. So it doesn't really matter who leads.
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Only way to deal with the good Dr's mental musing is to ignore him, and in time he'll find another forum to indulge him for a while.

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Whatever happened to e25, Lutz & Artie Bucco?

e25 has been revealed to go by another name. I cannot for the life of me remember who it is. Striker maybe?

What ever happened to Yze Magic?

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Whatever happened to e25, Lutz & Artie Bucco?

e25 has another new name and is trialling a new style, it works out sometimes. Artie would be here somewhere..

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e25 has been revealed to go by another name. I cannot for the life of me remember who it is. Striker maybe?

What ever happened to Yze Magic?

YM's gone, we would know if he was back.

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e25 has been revealed to go by another name. I cannot for the life of me remember who it is. Striker maybe?

Don't think it's Striker.

My point was they were all the same person, seems like Dr. Who is just another alias of e25/lutz/artie.

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Don't think it's Striker.

My point was they were all the same person, seems like Dr. Who is just another alias of e25/lutz/artie.

Shades of Beetlejuice.

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Don't think it's Striker.

My point was they were all the same person, seems like Dr. Who is just another alias of e25/lutz/artie.

nup, he is another one

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