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Hogan to be the biggest sensation the game has seen since coleman, catapults us into the finals and kicks 100 goals

Where's he going to kick them from... The back line?

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i dont think Port would accept even pick 1 for Ollie Wines.

He has proven his worth this year as good as a pick 1 would.

I'd love love love it, but unfortunately couldn't/wouldnt happen.

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You are correct but the administrator doesn't want to hear this.

You are correct but the administrator doesn't want to hear this. Correct about Clark I mean.

'Administrators' usually baulk when posters claim controversial things just to see a few people react. Probably why you are so unpopular around here.

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New Chairman

New Coach

New assistants

New Captain

Hogan joins the men

We are rostered to play the Cats at the MCG

Sylvia plays well at the Lions

Jamar plays poorly with GWS

Frawley re signs for another three years

Watts polls highest votes for the MFC in the Brownlow and wins the Bluey.

MFC finish 15th with no 10+ goal losses

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Pick 2 for Ollie Wines. We should definetely do it

Don't understand this at all. Wines has played 3 or 4 good games - which was always going to be the case with his mature body.

Giving up early picks for players is a gutless move, the type of strategic move that left Freo irrelevant for years. I'm confident the club will back the recruiters to get us a gem with pick 2.

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He'd have to step down as skipper of Australia first. The cricket thread is in the Sports Forum.

Kenny Powers must be on E.

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Are you mr popularity rpfc because you insult other posters?

You are insulted?

You come on here to insinuate a player will never play again and you do it just to inflame your fellow Demons supporters.

You don't do it to ingratiate yourself now do you?

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Kenny Powers must be on E.

Nah Biff he's NE- as in nonentity. Not clever enough to be taken seriously and not quite silly enough to provide a laugh. Pathetic enough however, not to realise this.

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You come on here to insinuate a player will never play again and you do it just to inflame your fellow Demons supporters.

You don't do it to ingratiate yourself now do you?

Given the trajectory of Trent Croad's career after he Lis Franc'd himself, I'd say denying this as a plausible conclusion smacks of rose-coloured glasses, or worse.

If I were our list manager, I'd be managing our talls under the assumption that Mitch Clark was never going to play again. To do otherwise, given the previous results in the limited dataset available, would be negligent in the extreme.

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Given the trajectory of Trent Croad's career after he Lis Franc'd himself, I'd say denying this as a plausible conclusion smacks of rose-coloured glasses, or worse.

If I were our list manager, I'd be managing our talls under the assumption that Mitch Clark was never going to play again. To do otherwise, given the previous results in the limited dataset available, would be negligent in the extreme.

The pre-disposition of Melbourne supporters is (perhaps correctly) to assume the worst of any situation.

You don't need to tell me about the seriousness of the injury - I understand that.

And, right now, we are in the phase where any information on his future is incredibly sought after by posters on this site.

Posters worrying about his future - I have no problem with.

Posters implying they know more than they do with closed statements like 'he will never play again' - I do have a problem with.

If you have inside knowledge, then explain and we can take it on face value and cry into our beers tonight.

But if you are just relaying your own fears as facts - keep them to yourself.

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