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16 minutes ago, SaberFang said:

"Internally, they believe they can win the Grand Final."

Must have been an intraclub match....

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8 minutes ago, Abe said:

Absolutely copping it from Collingwood supporters. You'd think the morons had made the 8 the way they're carrying on. 

[censored] you melbourne. If I had any sense I'd support another team 

I'm getting totally panned as well. I might be naive but I thought a lot more people would feel for us and say we did alright but no it's just relentless s*** piling. Can't wait to walk into work tomorrow to a pie in the face

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Just now, bingers said:

A FB "friend" (a filth supporter) posted on her page "Bye bye Demons".

Charming.

Defriend the smart [censored].

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48 minutes ago, Dirts said:

We are a joke. Should never have come to this . I am done. I will never renew my membership. I am sick of paying money for shite. 

Well done Melb you suck

Instead of acting like a petulant child, look at where we've come from and vision the trajectory upwards. We are a couple of good players away from being a finals side. Goodwin will burn this lesson into them over the preseason. 

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10 minutes ago, layzie said:

I'm getting totally panned as well. I might be naive but I thought a lot more people would feel for us and say we did alright but no it's just relentless s*** piling. Can't wait to walk into work tomorrow to a pie in the face

Nup people are finding this hilarious. Surprisingly many opposition fans hate us. Especially anyone connected to the pies would be laughing. 

Should be tuning into sen and hearing the dees fan ring up Finey. 

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23 minutes ago, Age said:

We all hope it would put fire in their belly but does anyone believe it actually will? They will still get paid this week. They don't care. 

WCE players still get paid this week too, other teams find motivation. Our teams lack of it is a cruel mystery 

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2 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Instead of acting like a petulant child, look at where we've come from and vision the trajectory upwards. We are a couple of good players away from being a finals side. Goodwin will burn this lesson into them over the preseason. 

Sorry, but that lesson should have burnt in at least 5 times already this season. 

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Just now, america de cali said:

Sorry, but that lesson should have burnt in at least 5 times this season. 

Cant help but agree.

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7 minutes ago, bingers said:

A FB "friend" (a filth supporter) posted on her page "Bye bye Demons".

Charming.

Is he wrong ;)

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Just now, america de cali said:

Sorry, but that lesson should have burnt in at least 5 times this season. 

Agreed. Maybe Goodwin needs to get tougher over summer. Will be interesting to see if Watts and a few others are offered up. 

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3 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Instead of acting like a petulant child, look at where we've come from and vision the trajectory upwards. We are a couple of good players away from being a finals side. Goodwin will burn this lesson into them over the preseason. 

They can GAGF. We hear this every year. Had years of being irrelevant, now we are only relevant as a laughing stock. Disgusting effort from the club. 

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19 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

wont dunn and howe be laughing. 

Why...we finished higher than them ;)

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31 minutes ago, Demon77 said:

The club should ban mad Monday, any player caught drinking out tomorrow shall rot at Casey for the first 6 weeks of the season.

They can drink at home all they want but going out in public after this weekends debacle would just be spitting in our faces.

 

This is where I'd like a 'multiple like' button.

It would sh!t me no end to think the pea hearts who should be playing for us next week are lining up their fancy dress costumes tonight.

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1 minute ago, Goffer said:

They can GAGF. We hear this every year. Had years of being irrelevant, now we are only relevant as a laughing stock. Disgusting effort from the club. 

Exactly, how many years do we have to put up with the excuses? How many years do we have to be "a few players away from success."

Enough is enough. Seriously. A team with nothing to play for yesterday just outperformed us. A team with everything to play for didn't show up until QT. 

Today, two teams with everything to play for showed up and earned their desserts.

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who's the F ING idiot who started the changes v port thread should be given the arse from Demonland what complete and utter Richard weed.

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38 minutes ago, JTR said:

That's the only positive I see coming out if this.

Had they limped across the line they'd all be patting themselves on the back for making finals.

Hope it hurts bad

People that are suggesting that most of the players are hurting to a significant degree are dreaming. Given they fear expectation its a relief to have missed for them. It can only hurt players (to the point that it drives them) if they gave their all and just fell short. Not the case. They essentially froze when it counted. We should naturally improve as you would expect of a young and talented list but any talk that this was a learning year which will drive us is bulldust. Just an absolutely shitful below expectation end to the year with no learnings just more scares for players

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59 minutes ago, Webber said:

This is a new low in the history of this club. There is not a single defence against any accusations that we are a weak club, and it's going to take a lot to live it down. Currently, and until 2018 proves otherwise, which is hard to imagine, the Melbourne Football Club has achieved nothing in changing how we are perceived by the football community. I hope it's representatives feel embarrassed, because that's what they deserve. 

Well said. 

The Club has nowhere to hide now

we must Trade so hard to improve this list

We won't get anymore help...

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10 minutes ago, danielE288 said:

Were out by a percent 8:37 to go.

We are a joke. Should never have come to this . I am done. I will never renew my membership. I am sick of paying money for shite. 

Well done Melb you suck

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This is why in times like this I also follow the melbourne storm. apart from having the salary cap issue they have given me finals every year to watch. They have players that go out and give 100% every week, they back up 2 days after origin. 

Well thank god im away for 4 days and wont have the media to read or watch. 

I hope the players feel numb right now. 

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