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4 minutes ago, DavidNeitz9 said:

Neal-Bullen is a right footed clone of Tom Bugg, putrid skills

But he can run lots and lots.

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What we are offering up is nothing short of disgusting. At the moment we wouldn't be capable of beating anyone. How we beat the Lions and Roos is beyond me.

I was undecided on Goodwin as a coach a couple of weeks ago, but wow, the past 10 days have made it really clear.

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1 minute ago, whatwhatsaywhat said:

I don’t think we’ve been that bad; they’re just that much better than us

Dafuq?

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The only club in the AFL that doesnt want to kick goals.   The only club in the AFL that falls asleep for 45 minutes + per game.

This team is totally disjointed, and I assume its fallout from the camp saga.  

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Well that wasn’t good. Richmond hemmed our play in to one wing and the last kick nearly always went to a difficult contest. They are a very well drilled side and we are not coping.

Need things to change to get back in this. Need to somehow find a way to move the ball through the middle would be a good start.

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Not sure how Harmes and ANB have both gone so backwards. Harmes looks like a complete hack this season and ANB is looking embarrassingly scared along with this mate Stretch 

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3 minutes ago, Steve Lattimer said:

Stretch is rubbish and not even at VFL level after the length of experience in the system.

I would agree with that. I'd cut a lot of these guys at seasons end (or at least let them know they aren't in our plans). I will say, Stretch  isn't taking us anywhere, James Harmes is terrible (especially considering he doesn't know his limits), Brayshaw is too slow for AFL - and can only play as a mid, and isn't even up to that, Tyson is wasteful, ineffective, and rarely seen defensively. I could go on and on, but I think those are the main guys who have stood out as poor to me (at least tonight). Really disheartened tonight. Haven't rated our year at all, even when we won it was poor football. We are regressing big time IMO. Its just really disappointing.

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I'm ignoring this thread as I can't watch the game, I'm only going by stats.

Could someone who is sound of mind give me, and others in the same boat, a brief run down of the half.  It seems like we're having a dip but running into the same problems.

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