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The second line of the two-line article on the MFC website says "Viney challenged his two-match suspension for rough conduct at the appeals board and his initial penalty was upheld."

I think Burgs might've been a little bit excited when he wrote that and wasn't concentrating.

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Or, as Hendel put it long ago:

Hallelujah, hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah
Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah
For the Lord Jack, omnipotent reigneth
Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah

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It is a great result for us, Viney will still need to temper his game somewhat though.
Jack needs to harness his aggression and use it at appropriate times.

He wasn't bull at a gate in this instance, but there are times he is.

Viney needs to find two speeds, not just one.

I don't think this incident deserved to even be cited, but hopefully Jack can make a positive out of it.

God knows we need him this weekend, we are a big chance.

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It is a great result for us, Viney will still need to temper his game somewhat though.

Jack needs to harness his aggression and use it at appropriate times.

He wasn't bull at a gate in this instance, but there are times he is.

Viney needs to find two speeds, not just one.

I don't think this incident deserved to even be cited, but hopefully Jack can make a positive out of it.

God knows we need him this weekend, we are a big chance.

He does have two speeds....Flat Out or Nothin!!!

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Barrett is a smarmy tool

Viney free to play. Hot damn....GO DEES

Even mentioning his name gives the ambulance chasing gutter crawling grub more oxygen than he deserves. We should just be ignoring the [censored] he likes it when people get angry at him as long as they're clicking his articles. Controversy creates cash, Barrett is playing a classic heel but he's just a pencil-necked geek.

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... now we can all get some sleep!

Great result - sanity prevails.

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Mitch Clark @MitchClark11 Follow

Great result. I love the way @jackviney7 attacks the footy. Now bring on the doggies.

Clark bleeds red and blue ... not Maroon, blue, and gold.

If Clark ever returns to football I think it will be for the MFC

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Even mentioning his name gives the ambulance chasing gutter crawling grub more oxygen than he deserves. We should just be ignoring the [censored] he likes it when people get angry at him as long as they're clicking his articles. Controversy creates cash, Barrett is playing a classic heel but he's just a pencil-necked geek.

Great use of the wrestling term pencil-necked geek,Classy Freddie Blassie would be proud.

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Dear Gleeson and co...

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Yep Looking at that Alexis G definitely still suffering from concussion.

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What a great week for this club. The re-branding of it is well and truly underway.

1. We beat the Crows against the odds in Adelaide. It was a bloody sensational win.

2. Our young gun, Jack Viney, is then the victim of a truly disgraceful tribunal decision. The entire football community gets behind him. Footage is shown throughout the week that depicts our young bull playing the very opposite of 'bruise free' football. Everyone in the continent watches it.

3. The new regime at the MFC stands behind our young bull and makes a statement to the AFL world - it appeals the decision.

4. Given the history of unsuccessful appeals, quite unbelievably, against the odds, our appeal is upheld.

For the first time in a while, it feels really good to be a Demons supporter.

Thank you Paul Roos. Thank you Peter Jackson. Thank you Josh Mahoney. And thank you Jack Viney.

Special mention to the 22 players who took the field last weekend, the assistant coaches and Mr Grace QC.

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