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Just announced as breaking news here in Perth.... So it probably happened yesterday.

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Jon Ralph put it to Eddie just prior to tonight's game. Eddie had no idea the question was coming and he completely denied any knowledge of it. 

I don't quite get the three strike policy and self reporting process. If they want to fix the drug culture (which obviously there is one) they have to overhaul the illicit drugs policy. In my job, first strike and I'd be out. 

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1 minute ago, Cards13 said:

They are not the only club and only came in 3rd, not the ladder you want to be on.

No wonder of late Pert has been saying there is an issue.

 

Fingers crossed we've got a clean slate.

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10 minutes ago, McQueen said:

Fingers crossed we've got a clean slate.

Could not agree more, we don't need any shyte like that.

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19 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Jon Ralph put it to Eddie just prior to tonight's game. Eddie had no idea the question was coming and he completely denied any knowledge of it. 

I don't quite get the three strike policy and self reporting process. If they want to fix the drug culture (which obviously there is one) they have to overhaul the illicit drugs policy. In my job, first strike and I'd be out. 

Comedian?

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29 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Jon Ralph put it to Eddie just prior to tonight's game. Eddie had no idea the question was coming and he completely denied any knowledge of it. 

Yet just happened to know the 1 in 8 people pulled over stat off the top of his head. 

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I hate the pies but how did Mark Robinson find out it was collingwood. Those off season hair tests are meant to be confidential. The thing is there are 2 clubs in front of then which is even worse. An interstate club. My guess maybe Gold coast. 

This is why Presidents and CEO'S want to know when a player is caught out. Its ridiculous this isnt included as a strike. Love to hear what Paul Marsh has to say. He will still defend them. 

Im sure the clubs fear when the off season comes because players are just doing what they want. 

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7 minutes ago, Deecisive said:

I wonder how many players are going to follow the the Gary Ablett and Nathan Jones hair style.

I hope big Max's beard doesn't test positive to nicotine.

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47 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Jon Ralph put it to Eddie just prior to tonight's game. Eddie had no idea the question was coming and he completely denied any knowledge of it.

Did Eddie have a go at "you people in the media" ?

47 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

I don't quite get the three strike policy and self reporting process. If they want to fix the drug culture (which obviously there is one) they have to overhaul the illicit drugs policy. In my job, first strike and I'd be out. 

It's now 2 strikes but there is still a loophole in that if players "self report" they can avoid the second strike. Rumours abound about players who have "self reported" and are suffering mysterious injuries keeping them off the field.

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