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1 pm boxing day: Tom McDonald working out at the gym (according to his twitter) Howe, Dunn and Frawley sinking [censored] in bay 13 at the G. Spot the difference in dedication.

Yeh there's nothing in it other than current employees of the club getting sh#t faced in the most public of places & getting ejected from a place where 99% of the guests can maintain appropriate b

Having spent 12 years dealing with drunks at the G and other venues and locking up many I can say the following, they passed the attitude test and went quietly so my expert opinion is not drunk, just


At least that short circuits any accusations Melbourne players were causing trouble at the cricket. Even Blind Freddy could see it was Carlton and Geelong players causing trouble at the cricket.

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I reckon IT IS Brock. And he is where he usually is: scuffling along side J. Rivers.

there is know way any Demon player would associate with that [censored], if they did then they should be banned for 6 games

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Oh well at least there's a cat and tiger in there. Nothing in it but you'd expect better than bogan behaivour

Yeh there's nothing in it other than current employees of the club getting sh#t faced in the most public of places & getting ejected from a place where 99% of the guests can maintain appropriate behaviour. I know they are entitled to do as they please in there time off. However it doesn't paint a very professional or dedicated picture of them in particular, they should know better.

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Yeh there's nothing in it other than current employees of the club getting sh#t faced in the most public of places & getting ejected from a place where 99% of the guests can maintain appropriate behaviour. I know they are entitled to do as they please in there time off. However it doesn't paint a very professional or dedicated picture of them in particular, they should know better.

How do you know they were, looked like they were having a bit of fun with the plastic cups in one shot. Doesn't mean they drank them all. If they were s....faced then maybe a different story, I'm just not jumping to any conclusions here.

The only dodgy shot was of an ex player with his teammate; now Jared does get a bit prickly when someone says something he doesn't like, and there is always bound to be some DH in the crowd mouthing off.

By the way 99% of guests don't have heroes with a big mouth having a go at them, maybe that happened maybe it didn't. Maybe AFL players need to be locked away 24 7 apart from training, matches and media engagements for 12 months of the year. It's always going to be an issue.

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Don't overreact, security took out the AFL players because they're far easier targets for patrons to attack verbally or physically than a random individual. They finished their training a few days ago and are on holiday break, what they do is up to them but they need to realise they need to come back from break in just as good if not better shape so if they get [censored] one day well its up to them to work it off the day after. I have no issue with that, they are humans after all.


You can angry all you want if it's all the players' fault but on some BS writing from the HS, don't get your knickers in a knot, the security were simply doing the smart thing.

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Is that Brock McLean on the left?
I reckon IT IS Brock. And he is where he usually is: scuffling along side J. Rivers.
I don't know if it was the Chook but I can tell you that when Matthew Wade took that catch today I reckon it wasn't far from where his cousin Jeremy Howe took one of his marks of the day this year and it was every bit as good.
there is know way any Demon player would associate with that [censored], if they did then they should be banned for 6 games

It's not old mate Brock McLean, it's a mate of mine!

Apparently they were calling him Brock all day tho! Haha

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I was there yesterday just above bay 13 in N15 I watched them (people in bay 13, not dees boys) most of the day and they where very entertaining only the serious [censored] got dragged out kicking and screaming the others where just having harmless fun just like our boys no big deal

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