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Look he just needs to tone down the aggression in the sense we don't want him getting suspended all the time. But he will be a great addition to our backline. 

He is a mature player who can hold his own down back. 

He was on that trade talk show on ch9 last night and said what stood out was goodwin talking to him about what Melbourne and the coaching group can do for his game personally and for him. Said that's what he was most impressed with. 

Anyway I look forward to see him do his stuff next year. 

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12 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Goody ❤❤

Heres the interview.

 

Simon Goodwin needs to write a book, so I can learn first hand from the master. What an effing legend.

BTW - welcome to the club Mr May. You've carried yourself beautifully through this period and I can't wait to see you contribute to what will be the meanest defence in the league coupled with the highest scoring forward line. I'm changing my username to Big Kev. I'm excited.

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5 minutes ago, In Harmes Way said:

Simon Goodwin needs to write a book, so I can learn first hand from the master. What an effing legend.

BTW - welcome to the club Mr May. You've carried yourself beautifully through this period and I can't wait to see you contribute to what will be the meanest defence in the league coupled with the highest scoring forward line. I'm changing my username to Big Kev. I'm excited.

I vaguely remember roosu saying something similar in his meeting with goody, it was mostly about culture and so on rather than just football. I think we are onto a winner with goody 

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Being from GCS I don't know much about him but after watching his highlights reel he looks a tough customer. Would look to be good addition.

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4 minutes ago, old dee said:

Being from GCS I don't know much about him but after watching his highlights reel he looks a tough customer. Would look to be good addition.

He goes ok. Has a big appetite for the game...snacks on forwards I'm told :)

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3 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

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.

Helps when you're on the good stuff, mate.

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He has played on the forward line before so if one of our KPF go down he is an option to replace them since our KPB stocks are plentiful.

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43 minutes ago, durango said:

He has played on the forward line before so if one of our KPF go down he is an option to replace them since our KPB stocks are plentiful.

I reckon the idea of putting May forward is akin to putting Tom McDonald back. It's not going to happen. Particularly, as we've just paid an early first rounder for him to strengthen our defence. He's a better player than OMac or Frost, so he's already in before them.

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4 hours ago, Smokey said:

 

Yes please 

Either he doesn't like the Lions or he fires up for big rivalry games. Can't wait to see him front up to Lynch Anzac Eve :)

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7 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

 

 

 

 

Maybe there should be a 'Steven May made me cry' thread

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7 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

Maybe there should be a 'Steven May made me cry' thread

Or a "Steven May broke every bone in my body" thread

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13 hours ago, daisycutter said:

mayo

12 hours ago, leucopogon said:

May-bomb 💣☢️

4 hours ago, Deemania since 56 said:

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

 

2 hours ago, Deevout said:

Mayday!

Chairman !!!

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There's no doubt May would have taken notice of the way we play footy and part of the attraction in coming to us would be to play alongside some the other tough and uncompromising types we have on our list. 

Anyone watching us against Geelong and the way our youngsters made Selwood, Ablett and Dangerfield earn every touch would have been impressed. None of our young guys back away from heat. 

May and Pruess will not only make us walk even taller, but they'll walk taller themselves. 

We now have the toughest side in the comp. Of that I'm sure and oppo sides won't like it. 

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I like this line in the MFC release just emailed to me:

"The addition of Kolodjashnij will enhance Melbourne’s transition play from the backline, while defender May is one the biggest names switching clubs this off-season."

I haven't checked, but I suspect Kolodjashnij will have been the biggest name, while May will likely have been the shortest.

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16 minutes ago, stevethemanjordan said:

There's no doubt May would have taken notice of the way we play footy and part of the attraction in coming to us would be to play alongside some the other tough and uncompromising types we have on our list. 

Anyone watching us against Geelong and the way our youngsters made Selwood, Ablett and Dangerfield earn every touch would have been impressed. None of our young guys back away from heat. 

May and Pruess will not only make us walk even taller, but they'll walk taller themselves. 

We now have the toughest side in the comp. Of that I'm sure and oppo sides won't like it. 

...and he can get it, run fast and kick it well 'steve', that's got to be a good thing.

We not only get May and Pruess but also Oliver with 2 new shoulders.

I thought the odd tackle was slipping toward the end of the season.

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28 minutes ago, Rocknroll said:

At least now Viney has some he can do tackling drills with.

You can also add the following players to your list of 'tacklers':  Harmes, Jetta, Vandenberg, Oliver 

 

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42 minutes ago, Rocknroll said:

At least now Viney has some he can do tackling drills with.

Could be brutal. New club rule. No killing teammates at training. 

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I have to admit to not seeing a lot of May playing. Watching the $un$ play was never high on my list of stuff to do. 

He is a seriously big unit who can take a mark and hit a target. 

The fact we have no picks in the 1st round of the draft (yet) does concern me, so these 2 from the $un$ simply must be high class. 

Fingers Crossed...

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1 hour ago, hemingway said:

Love seeing a rough tough mean looking head in Demon colours. 

I love tough guys Ernest. We have had so few over the years. We were cream puffs for a long time  AVB at one end and May at the other. No bruise free football for these guys.

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2 minutes ago, old dee said:

I love tough guys Ernest. We have had so few over the years. We were cream puffs for a long time  AVB at one end and May at the other. No bruise free football for these guys.

I've not noticed Pig take any backward steps either.

We might scare a few teams with our list. Another summer in the gym... Won't be too many boys out on the paddock ;)

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If only we could recreate Brent Crosswell and get him to play along side May.

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