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Added "Score 100 points". Before Round 1, we went 31 matches without scoring 100 points.

on the positive side our win against GC has broken our 15 home game loosing streak. tick that off

Forgot that one! Added.

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not beating St Kilda since 2006 is the most embarrassing.

would love to own Hawthorn sometime in my lifetime. they've owned us it seems forever since the 80s.

Since 1980:

59 games, 14 wins, 45 losses vs Hawthorn

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Since 1980:

59 games, 14 wins, 45 losses vs Hawthorn

Jebbuz that includes a few Northey wins

Apart from the 87 & 88 finals we did have quite a few Whorethorn victories under John

14 in 35 years....I do hope this thread is being read in the club..

All clubs must tick off MFC games with a red highlighter....

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Jebbuz that includes a few Northey wins

Apart from the 87 & 88 finals we did have quite a few Whorethorn victories under John

14 in 35 years....I do hope this thread is being read in the club..

All clubs must tick off MFC games with a red highlighter....

yeah mate, we are such a "gimme" team.

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The four records I can possibly see being broken this season.

1) Beating St.Kilda. We play them twice and while I doubt we'll beat them at Etihad, I would sincerely hope we could at least beat them at the G.

2) winning 2 in a row. We have a friendly fortnight in rounds 16 and 17, when we play Brisbane and St Kilda at the G. Both appear winnable on paper.

3) beating Collingwood. We play them twice, and given that the Pies are in re-build mode, we could beat them if we get them an off day.

4) winning at Etihad. While I can't see us beating the dogs in rd 20 and GWS in rd 23, we do play St Kilda at Etihad in rd 11, which could be winnable, depending on if St Kilda fall away by then.

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on the positive side our win against GC has broken our 15 home game loosing streak. tick that off

What's a loosing streak? Is that like when the dogs are let loose off the leash? Or perhaps when a person of loose morals does a streak across a football ground? Edited by Kali
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What's a loosing streak? Is that like when the dogs are let loose off the leash? Or perhaps when a person of loose morals does a streak across a football ground?

good job looser l'll tick the like box., that makes it 1 & counting

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got another one for you:

last time someone kicked a bag of 5 or more

rd 20, 2012 (sam blease, 5 goals vs st kilda at the MCG)

50 game streak

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last time someone kicked a bag of 6 or more

rd 22, 2007 (russell robertson, 6 goals vs carlton at the MCG)

157 game streak

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