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1 hour ago, layzie said:

Jones - Love Me Do

Jetta - 8 days a week

Frost - Drive my car

O.McDonald - Tomorrow never knows

Salem - Here comes the sun

Pedersen - Yesterday

 T. McDonald - While my guitar gently weeps 

Hogan - Happiness is a warm gun 

Garlett - You won’t see me

Petracca - Come Together

Oliver - Carry that weight

Spargo - I’m so tired

Tyson - Twist and Shout

Brayshaw - I saw her standing there

Fritsch - Day Tripper

Gawn - Ticket to ride

Harmes - Across the universe

Hunt - Get back 

Kennedy - One after 909

Lewis - Glass Onion

 Neal - Bullen - Norwegian Wood (This bird has flown) 

Goody - The long and winding road

 

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1 hour ago, layzie said:

Jones - Love Me Do

Jetta - 8 days a week

Frost - Drive my car

O.McDonald - Tomorrow never knows

Salem - Here comes the sun

Pedersen - Yesterday

 T. McDonald - While my guitar gently weeps 

Hogan - Happiness is a warm gun 

Garlett - You won’t see me

Petracca - Come Together

Oliver - Carry that weight

Spargo - I’m so tired

Tyson - Twist and Shout

Brayshaw - I saw her standing there

Fritsch - Day Tripper

Gawn - Ticket to ride

Harmes - Across the universe

Hunt - Get back 

Kennedy - One after 909

Lewis - Glass Onion

 Neal - Bullen - Norwegian Wood (This bird has flown) 

Brilliant 👍

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

We should learn from past mistakes IMO Petracca is like a few we have had shows  brilliance against poorer sides but not up to it against good sides. Use him as a trade to get a good player who gives every week. Before we have another Watts situation.

Stupid, Petracca is way better than Watts, he’s gonna be a 200+ game player for Demons

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2 hours ago, Queanbeyan Demon said:

Jones - becoming dumb footballer

Jetta - not dumb footballer

Frost - mostly dumb footballer

O.McDonald - less dumber now

Salem - sometimes not dumb

Pedersen - always been dumb 

T. McDonald - def dumb today

Hogan - dumb teammates cost

Garlett - super dupa dumb 

Petracca - often dumb choices

Oliver - never, ever dumb

Spargo - can't spell dumb

Tyson - dumb, dumber, dumbest

Brayshaw - second least dumbest

Fritsch - not the dumbest 

Gawn - surrounded by dumb

Harmes - leaving dumb behind

Hunt  OMG - really dumb

Kennedy - Harris - dumb ... poor thing

Lewis - yep - he's dumb.

Neal - Bullen - top five dumbest

Goody - Never far away from dumb

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7 minutes ago, davo said:

Stupid, Petracca is way better than Watts, he’s gonna be a 200+ game player for Demons

def better than watts, who wasnt? 

nonetheless petracca's foot skills are below afl standard. 

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4 hours ago, Jumping Jack Clennett said:

We must have lost by 20 goals!!

They were all hopeless according to Joeboy!

Worse.  We did everything we could possibly think of to hand them the game and still only lost by nine points.  The entire team were diabolical and they still almost fluked the win.  They actually WORKED at losing.  The put effort into it. 

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3 hours ago, layzie said:

Jones - Love Me Do

Jetta - 8 days a week

Frost - Drive my car

O.McDonald - Tomorrow never knows

Salem - Here comes the sun

Pedersen - Yesterday

 T. McDonald - While my guitar gently weeps 

Hogan - Happiness is a warm gun 

Garlett - You won’t see me

Petracca - Come Together

Oliver - Carry that weight

Spargo - I’m so tired

Tyson - Twist and Shout

Brayshaw - I saw her standing there

Fritsch - Day Tripper

Gawn - Ticket to ride

Harmes - Across the universe

Hunt - Get back 

Kennedy - One after 909

Lewis - Glass Onion

 Neal - Bullen - Norwegian Wood (This bird has flown) 

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Season ending loss

Another wasted year

Out coached again

Flat track bullies

Mediocrity prevails again

Continue to disappoint

Down hill skiers

Poor decision making

Aren’t good enough

Wayward kicking again

Athletes, NOT footballers

Lack genuine desire

Start planning 2019

New coaches required

We lack leadership

 

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To the tune of Ob-la-Di-la-da!

’the AFL has a basketcase

got Jackson in to lend a hand

he got Roos and we began to sing and Bartlett came in to manage the band.

goodys a good coach when we win

bur doesn’t seem to have a good plan B

we all pull our hair out and whinge and moan

Demanding someone on the ground to lead

So at the end of such a day - 

sing ob-la-DEE-la-da (hopefully we win the next two!)

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9 hours ago, davo said:

Stupid, Petracca is way better than Watts, he’s gonna be a 200+ game player for Demons

And 130+ will be very ordinary.

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Come the next day yes Life Does Go On

 

feel a little better.  Still a shite game against a shite shite side. With everything to play for. We were crap !  Go dees

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10 hours ago, old dee said:

We have beaten no one of any consequence .

Does that not tell you there is a serious problem with the average level of talent ? 

That argument is tripe.  If we were blown-off-the-park by top 8 sides, then I would join in the SEN chorus.  Fact is we have lost to Geelong twice, Port, Sydney in the last minute, despite dominating I50 and/or scoring shots.  Without McDonald, we pushed Richmond for 3 quarters.

 

I am thinking beyond scoreboard.  Time for our supporters to try it too.

 

There aint much wrong with what we are doing, and ladder improvement is rarely linear.

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9 hours ago, davo said:

Stupid, Petracca is way better than Watts, he’s gonna be a 200+ game player for Demons

Petracca IS a no show when needed against class. A la yesterday running into open goal in first couple of minutes and overthinking/panicking/wrong option....... Take your pick. Against the Suns he was great but so he should have been.

20 possessions yesterday and 5 critical errors. Huge potential?  

Really? He has the most work to do for 2019 which will be a make or break season for him.

 

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26 minutes ago, TGR said:

That argument is tripe.  If we were blown-off-the-park by top 8 sides, then I would join in the SEN chorus.  Fact is we have lost to Geelong twice, Port, Sydney in the last minute, despite dominating I50 and/or scoring shots.  Without McDonald, we pushed Richmond for 3 quarters.

 

I am thinking beyond scoreboard.  Time for our supporters to try it too.

 

There aint much wrong with what we are doing, and ladder improvement is rarely linear.

There is one fact you keep ignoring we are not good enough to beat better sides we have lost everyone. Lost get it not good enough to win. As for not doing much wrong who was the rocket scientist who thought playing Hunt was a good idea? He has been poor all year played most of it at Casey, then an extended period injured then one average game at Casey and Inspite of the coach saying it is too early and is picked. That turned out well. We are doing lots wrong or we would be winning.

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11 hours ago, old dee said:

We have beaten no one of any consequence .

Does that not tell you there is a serious problem with the average level of talent ? 

It tells me a few things...

We can't cover the loss of serious high end talent...Lever, Hibberd.

We are also trying to cover the loss of another couple for handy players in Viney and Melksham.

Our match winners are still too inexperienced against the best teams.

As far as talent goes we are not a complete list and need to invest in another class mid, defender and serious small forward. Also need proper back up for Max, he's had to carry way too much load this season and needs a break that we can't afford to give him.

15 minutes ago, old dee said:

As for not doing much wrong who was the rocket scientist who thought playing Hunt was a good idea? He has been poor all year played most of it at Casey, then an extended period injured then one average game at Casey and Inspite of the coach saying it is too early and is picked

There you go, without trying too hard you've mentioned another reason.

Selection has been an issue all season.

I also think you are being a bit harsh on Petracca...I don't think he will be the superstar many had hoped for but his is a good contributor and streets ahead of serious underachievers like Watts and Silvia.

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29 minutes ago, rjay said:

It tells me a few things...

We can't cover the loss of serious high end talent...Lever, Hibberd.

We are also trying to cover the loss of another couple for handy players in Viney and Melksham.

Our match winners are still too inexperienced against the best teams.

As far as talent goes we are not a complete list and need to invest in another class mid, defender and serious small forward. Also need proper back up for Max, he's had to carry way too much load this season and needs a break that we can't afford to give him.

There you go, without trying too hard you've mentioned another reason.

Selection has been an issue all season.

I also think you are being a bit harsh on Petracca...I don't think he will be the superstar many had hoped for but his is a good contributor and streets ahead of serious underachievers like Watts and Silvia.

We will agree to disagree on Petracca, grossly overrated IMO. It is going to be a interesting October when the new CEO takes over. He has no commitment to anyone in the FD. I reckon there are going to be a number of changes. 

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19 minutes ago, old dee said:

We will agree to disagree on Petracca, grossly overrated IMO. It is going to be a interesting October when the new CEO takes over. He has no commitment to anyone in the FD. I reckon there are going to be a number of changes. 

I hope he stays well away from that area 'old dee'...

We know that's a recipe for disaster.

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5 minutes ago, rjay said:

I hope he stays well away from that area 'old dee'...

We know that's a recipe for disaster.

Well as you said our selections this year have left room for considerable improvement. How do we play a guy like JKH for weeks when he is clearly not up to AFL level. I am no fan of Bugg but he is clearly better value than JKH. 

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

We will agree to disagree on Petracca, grossly overrated IMO. It is going to be a interesting October when the new CEO takes over. He has no commitment to anyone in the FD. I reckon there are going to be a number of changes. 

Hope so. This lot a chummy little group who've been left to there own devices. The FD isn't too of the heap.

I'm not advocating the CEO run footy...but happy for him to seriously review its capabilities.

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1 hour ago, old dee said:

Well as you said our selections this year have left room for considerable improvement. How do we play a guy like JKH for weeks when he is clearly not up to AFL level. I am no fan of Bugg but he is clearly better value than JKH. 

Hate to harp on Harris but he was symbolic of our real nature. An instance comes to mind. Think it the 3rd. The ball in middle to be bounced,He comes off the bench runs to the half back area..... He seemed totally lost , confused...at sea as to what to do...who to pick up etc..

The Ball is bounced Sydney outnumbered us at the contest...JKH still not involved or covering anyone.

That's Melbourne ;)

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A young side

Will get better

And missing personnel

Learning the trade

Will get there

Very very soon

Have the patience

Wait and see

You'll be proud.

 

 

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                • Man him up!!

 

              

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