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Melbourne now hold the honours of the longest premiership drought. (52 years)

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I'm really depressed now. Hope that stat gives the boys some inspiration.

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Best wishes to them.

Shows what belief can do.

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Jeez they established a new standard today didn't they?

I looked at the players accepting their medals wondering how the hell they managed to pull it off with so many players not considered as stars.

They are the new benchmark, and deserve everything they got, especially considering their terrible injury run, and winning run of 4 finals.

What a team.

 

We have a huge amount of work to do before we can dare to dream like they did.

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So proud of the Doggies. Such a proud club that has no excuses and continully bust there guts. Well done doggies.

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The thread title is is wrong.

We could technically stink it up for a few more years before that honour.

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6 minutes ago, Fitz Fitzpatrick said:

today defines that club. today im a bulldogs supporter. 

Well then [censored] off from DL 

that is, if you're declaring a change of allegience..

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5 minutes ago, Fitz Fitzpatrick said:

today defines that club. today im a bulldogs supporter. 

Living in the west its not hard to love the doggies. So happy for them

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Just now, Fitz Fitzpatrick said:

settle petal, its a figure of speech. lol

Sorry, just mixed emotions - see edit 

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2 minutes ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Well then [censored] off from DL 

Typical Demonland [censored] comment right there. Nothibg wrong having a 2nd club to support

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2 minutes ago, S.R.J said:

Typical Demonland [censored] comment right there. Nothibg wrong having a 2nd club to support

i only have one club, MFC, but nothing but absolute respect and admiration for an unbelievable club performance that we witnessed this year from the bulldogs.

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3 minutes ago, S.R.J said:

Typical Demonland [censored] comment right there. Nothibg wrong having a 2nd club to support

Relax max, see edit, took initial comment too literally. 

Totally admire the dogs and congratulate them. It all just raises anguish for when we'll see success. Flagrant jelousy..

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10 minutes ago, Biffen said:

The thread title is is wrong.

We could technically stink it up for a few more years before that honour.

Yes, the title should have the adjective 'dubious' precede 'honour'.

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2 minutes ago, Fitz Fitzpatrick said:

i only have one club, MFC, but nothing but absolute respect and admiration for an unbelievable club performance that we witnessed this year from the bulldogs.

I too am a 1 eyed demon supporter of 34 years. Just love seeing a battler club win

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If I was a moderator, I'd close this thread.

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4 minutes ago, McQueen said:

If I was a moderator, I'd close this mother [censored] of a thread.

Please!

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1 minute ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Please!

Fair play.

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I know how to fix a 52 year drought. ......drink more beer and forget! 

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No where to hide now MFC

Hard work ahead. Only the players willing to sacrifice that extra will make it. 

Beveridge started his career as a Demon under Swooper. He was a good player, not special. 

But he sure knows how to get the best out of a bunch of kids ( with really bad haircuts)

 

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22 minutes ago, S.R.J said:

Living in the west its not hard to love the doggies. So happy for them

Totally agree with this. They are so deeply embedded in the western suburbs community.

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56 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Thanks [censored]! I really needed to know that.

 

54 minutes ago, jane02 said:

I'm really depressed now. Hope that stat gives the boys some inspiration.

 

53 minutes ago, Clint Bizkit said:

All the more reason to win another one.

 

52 minutes ago, Biffen said:

Best wishes to them.

Shows what belief can do.

My sentiments exactly. The thing about Melbourne is that we've won 12, so I doubt you'd see the same universal support like you saw for the Bulldogs. 

And I know I'm biased, but it'd be terrific for the game if Melbourne won another flag. It'd just mean another strong Melbourne club with a chance of becoming a powerhouse like Hawthorn have done. Then you'd have Collingwood, Essendon, Carlton, Richmond, Hawthorn and Melbourne. A big 6.

Well, I can dream anyway. That day is going to be bloody sweet though.

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