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A bit of banter between May and Lynch at a dinner the other night. From the AFL site.  "We went out for dinner the other night on the Gold Coast," May said. "We were talking about the Anzac

I have it on good authority that our coach and one of our senior players had drinks/dinner with May last night.

It's worth re-iterating that Steven May chose MFC over offers from Collingwood and Hawthorn who also made finals this year - really who would've thought that even 2 years ago? And he cited the ke

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11 hours ago, DemonOX said:

Great to have a big aggressive mongrel in the backline. 

Will help our defence hugely. 

Great get MFC. 

The whole draft process was in fact a win, win for the MFC. There was no need to look solely at superlatives in the draft outcome - a win is a win leading forward to some real positivism. Underlying knowledge and experience within the FD and the Club itself dealt with what needed to be ameliorated; not all was popular but at the same time, it was necessary. Shame - at the end of the day - that we didn't unload OMac to the Gold Coast Suns, or Freo, or Carlton or the Filth. On a brighter note, we are poised to further advance with space and picks to come in the near future.

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29 minutes ago, Deemania since 56 said:

The whole draft process was in fact a win, win for the MFC. There was no need to look solely at superlatives in the draft outcome - a win is a win leading forward to some real positivism. Underlying knowledge and experience within the FD and the Club itself dealt with what needed to be ameliorated; not all was popular but at the same time, it was necessary. Shame - at the end of the day - that we didn't unload OMac to the Gold Coast Suns, or Freo, or Carlton or the Filth. On a brighter note, we are poised to further advance with space and picks to come in the near future.

You'll be disappointed when he starts round 1 and starts in the team all year then. 

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1 minute ago, deanox said:

You'll be disappointed when he starts round 1 and starts in the team all year then. 

Yes

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8 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Couldn’t stand him when he played for Gold Coast. Think he’s a bloody legend now. Funny how that happens. 

Terrific becoming more 'accepting', felt that way about Peter Moore from the Filth.

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

Jake Melksham!

Didn't hate Melksham or many other transferees. Didn't like pretty-boy Moore, though.

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The thing with May is that I think he will make all the other defenders walk taller, be more confident and less likely to be intimidated. Reminds me of a Big Byron. He and Jetta will be rocks.

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The MFC welcomes a new indigenous player to the fold.

 I just hope that when he makes his debut for the club that we do better than Gold Coast on his debut with them - it was the game against Essendon at the Docklands when the Bombers kicked 15.4.94 to 0.1.1 in the first quarter.

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37 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

ComeWhat

May is a tough character with purpose. I reckon 'Far Cough' sounds appropriate. 

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I’ll admit I haven’t been a May fan but he wears the colours now and you have to like it when players show commitment in coming to our club. The club have identified a need and hope the members on here that rate May are proven right. 

All the best for your career in the Red and Blue Steven. 

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3 hours ago, Smokey said:

 

Yes please 

Mayday!

That’s what I would be thinking just before the bone crunching hit.

He needs to temper his aggression as he got rubbed out for a few of these bumps. We need him on the park not in the stands.

That said very happy to have him onboard.

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