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The Hulk put out this tweet earlier:

Anyone up for a kick in the park tomorrow? Thinking Yarra Park at 5.30. @jackviney7 surely you’re in?

Viney responded:

I'm keen! Would be great to get some more numbers there. Come down and get around it. See you then big fella 1f44d.png1f3fb.png1f60e.png

Tons of supporters/followers are getting on board.

Doesn't seem official, but either way it's a good idea from our players to build a bit of excitement around the club.

Or maybe it was the clubs idea and got the players to orchestrate it on social media...

https://twitter.com/jesseBhogan/status/664365971738529792

https://twitter.com/jackviney7/status/664377382871023616

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Regardless of who is behind it (club/player) it's a great way of engaging the supporters

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Daisy Pearce @DaisyPearce6 10h10 hours ago

.@jackviney7 @jesseBhogan Count me in...It'll be good to get some of the preseason rust out!

3 of Melbourne fan faves having a kick! How good is that!

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It's part of our rebranding, new logo etc. Saw a new logo on the AFL site, just "Melbourne" with the mfc logo under it. Wonder if that is the only one or if there will be a demon appearing anywhere.

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so glad I held off getting my first jersey.. looking forward to seeing the new jumpers on the back of the draftees!!

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It would be kind of funny if Jesse just meant for the melbourne boys, but I took it as an open invitation. That would be pretty cool. I hope they get a lot of people down there. The kids would love it.

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It would be kind of funny if Jesse just meant for the melbourne boys, but I took it as an open invitation. That would be pretty cool. I hope they get a lot of people down there. The kids would love it.

It's an MFC marketing thing organised to include Hogan, Viney and Pearce - definitely an open invite. I reckon it's great and I love who they've chosen; probably the three most marketable players at the club I reckon. I too hope they get a few - would be a great atmosphere.

If he just meant a private kick they'd have just texted each other.

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I really like that they have involved Daisy Pearce in this and are getting her name more and more out there. She is a great ambassador for the club and also for women's football. It makes me proud to follow the club that has put so much time and effort into growing the game and getting more women involved.

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Imagine the hybrid child.......

Her skill and his hair!

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Settle down lads..

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

It's clearly part of the marketing mate, seriously you can't see that?

We just happen to be launching our new logo on the same day, at the same place, at the same time? Righto then...

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

Wow.

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

lol. Good luck to them trying to have a casual kick to kick and extra skills done.

It's a marketing exercise mate.

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

Not your finest effort.

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

Post of the year right here lol

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Lol marketing?? Can't a couple of players just have a casual kick in the park without all the conspiracies? All AFL players do it. Its just obvious Hogan and Viney are showing true leadership and get extra skills session done..

Aettle down lads..

Fail.

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I thinks dd36's post has a touch of sarcasm.

The devil is in the detail. No sarcasm.

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Well i must have missed something that says there is a announcement on at 5:30 at yarra park..

Can someone give me a link.

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