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On 16 February 2016 at 10:54 PM, chook fowler said:

Looks like Cale Morton

No.  Far stronger build even now.  

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I've got a one as well.  9 yrs old 148cm already.Can kick both sides.....excellent technique. Taking strong marks overhead. Big body...built like a tank.....a mini ox.

All that's in place.....now it remains to be seen if he has a motor......will he run? Too early to push him yet but he looks mighty fine in his Melbourne jumper.

He's in the local junior club and this year. To give him an incentive to run I've instituted is first match payments. $5 for every smashing tackle. $5 for a goal ....$3 a kick........I'll be his manager ....Personally I'm an admirer of the Damir Dokic...style of managemnt......only kidding.....but we know how we live and breathe demonism......how do you motivate a 9yr old whos favourite thing is minecraft?

Footy is not a passion because he can't identify passionately with the demons when they were smashed every game he went to as a little kid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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9 minutes ago, special robert said:

I've got a one as well.  9 yrs old 148cm already.Can kick both sides.....excellent technique. Taking strong marks overhead. Big body...built like a tank.....a mini ox.

All that's in place.....now it remains to be seen if he has a motor......will he run? Too early to push him yet but he looks mighty fine in his Melbourne jumper.

He's in the local junior club and this year. To give him an incentive to run I've instituted is first match payments. $5 for every smashing tackle. $5 for a goal ....$3 a kick........I'll be his manager ....Personally I'm an admirer of the Damir Dokic...style of managemnt......only kidding.....but we know how we live and breathe demonism......how do you motivate a 9yr old whos favourite thing is minecraft?

Footy is not a passion because he can't identify passionately with the demons when they were smashed every game he went to as a little kid.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Careful with the payments, robert, he could lose his amateur status 

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On 15 February 2016 at 11:23 PM, Demon Jack said:

Certainly a chip off the old block! Some of those comparisons are eerily similar. It is early days though.

Although, out of curiosity, when did Demonland start monitoring Jack Viney or Billy Stretch?

Since the day Jack punched his way out of his mother's uterus.

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3 hours ago, special robert said:

I've got a one as well.  9 yrs old 148cm already.Can kick both sides.....excellent technique. Taking strong marks overhead. Big body...built like a tank.....a mini ox.

All that's in place.....now it remains to be seen if he has a motor......will he run? Too early to push him yet but he looks mighty fine in his Melbourne jumper.

He's in the local junior club and this year. To give him an incentive to run I've instituted is first match payments. $5 for every smashing tackle. $5 for a goal ....$3 a kick........I'll be his manager ....Personally I'm an admirer of the Damir Dokic...style of managemnt......only kidding.....but we know how we live and breathe demonism......how do you motivate a 9yr old whos favourite thing is minecraft?

Footy is not a passion because he can't identify passionately with the demons when they were smashed every game he went to as a little kid.

 

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54 minutes ago, The Song Formerly Known As said:

Since the day Jack punched his way out of his mother's uterus.

Kid probably tackled his own placenta on the way out.

Had 3 weeks off for rough conduct. 

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2 hours ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Will end up a part of the Suns academy and as such will go there

Which trumps which?

Father-son or Academy?

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3 hours ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Will end up a part of the Suns academy and as such will go there

Sadly probably true 

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1 hour ago, Demonland said:

Which trumps which?

Father-son or Academy?

Pretty sure neither trumps. They can choose. 

Is obviously a mad Dees fan but may like living in GC too much

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5 hours ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

Will end up a part of the Suns academy and as such will go there

You're assuming the Suns will still be based in the GC in five years time and not Tasmania.

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9 minutes ago, grazman said:

You're assuming the Suns will still be based in the GC in five years time and not Tasmania.

If the AFL genuinely wanted a team in Tassie, they’d have someone decent running the show down there.

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2 hours ago, grazman said:

You're assuming the Suns will still be based in the GC in five years time and not Tasmania.

If they relocate to Tassie, they'd be called the Clouds wouldn't they?

Shall I see myself out?

Sorry @Nasher.

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1 hour ago, A F said:

If they relocate to Tassie, they'd be called the Clouds wouldn't they?

Shall I see myself out?

Sorry @Nasher.

Sam Frost would be a perfect fit for them....

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

Sam Frost would be a perfect fit for them....

Frost for Martin?

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On 9/22/2019 at 2:56 PM, grazman said:

You're assuming the Suns will still be based in the GC in five years time and not Tasmania.

Why does everyone want to palm their garbage off to Tasmania? What have we done to deserve that?

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1 hour ago, Nasher said:

Why does everyone want to palm their garbage off to Tasmania? What have we done to deserve that?

Well for one, you guys split yourselves off from the rest of the continent.

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