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The Ox reaction to yesterday's win!

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I haven't teared up at all... until now.

So bloody good!

Now for the important question, when can we draft his son? Will he be a good replacement for Hogan? Is he a left footer? How are his toes and feet? 

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12 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

His wife secretly filmed it without knowing..

So bloody good!

https://mobile.twitter.com/MacquarieSport/status/1031428168446402561

That is brilliant. The Ox loves the Demons as much as we do. 

Never Question that. He did 3 knees flying the MFC Flag

 

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The Ox!!! Heart and Soul supporter right there! And yes, we can and WILL draft his son Cooper.

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2 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

That’s the bloody best!!!

Sure is, the ox Bleeds red and blue. Loves the club like the rest of us.

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My favourite thing to happen since the win.

He spoke so well about the WC win last year on SEN about how he and his little boy were in tears watching it. Terrific stuff...

Ahem... How tall will the lad be, I wonder?

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6 minutes ago, Dappa Dan said:

My favourite thing to happen since the win.

He spoke so well about the WC win last year on SEN about how he and his little boy were in tears watching it. Terrific stuff...

Ahem... How tall will the lad be, I wonder?

He looks like he's not that far off his height already. No idea how old he is but he looks young enough to still be growing for a while yet. Can't wait to scream Schwarter again. I nearly got killed doing that at Victoria Park once standing in the Collingwood members area. Hundreds of Pies supporters turned as one like a mob of meerkats with murder in their eyes. The official AFL usher came up to me slapped me on the shoulder and told me to shut up or [censored] off. I think he was saying it for my own welfare. We won that day when they thought they were going to win and get in the finals. It was when Jakovich kicked  7.5 on Gary Pert. Great day to be alive and an even better day to get out of there alive. 

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Brilliant!  I wonder how many Demonlander lounge rooms were like that on Sunday evening.  I know mine was.  

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Brilliant.
 

44 minutes ago, Jaded said:

I haven't teared up at all... until now.

So bloody good!

Now for the important question, when can we draft his son? Will he be a good replacement for Hogan? Is he a left footer? How are his toes and feet? 

Got ahhh .......  Itchy eyes here myself after watching that.
Also noted the size and youth of the young fella.
Hope he plays.

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4 minutes ago, Fork 'em said:

Brilliant.
 

Got ahhh .......  Itchy eyes here myself after watching that.
Also noted the size and youth of the young fella.
Hope he plays.

From this article he must be aged around 13

https://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/victoria/reformed-gambling-addict-and-former-afl-player-david-schwarz-marks-10-years-since-last-bet/news-story/4c00e78060ac11febea4133a1e0bfcee

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Thanks Mrs Ox, much appreciated.

Don't know why, but it always seems strange to see a player/former player cheering like a regular Joe.

 

Great viewing. Hope he gets to cheer a finals victory also. 

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It’s sometimes easy to forget about former players and how much they care about the club. 

Guys like Lyon, Green, Neita, Schwartz, and many more have been watching on in frustration the same as us for years. 

I was watching from my London flat match starting at 6:20am, when Kent kicked that goal and I yelled “c’mon Dees, f*** yeah!” I think I woke the entire neighbourhood! Certainly my housemates! 😂

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I can get so emotional over the Dees. They are almost my favourite  and happy times when Finals come along and we are there.

It has been so long however we were going to get there sooner rather than later.  If we happen to go to the last day of the year and l can only dream , l will be a wreck if the Dream comes true. Love the Dees forever.

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I get goosebumps watching it everytime..

Hard and passionate supporter like all of us! 

Love the big Ox!

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Love his reaction. 

Have a huge man crush on the Ox and he is still my fav player. 

Thanks dd for posting it to share with us. 

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

His wife secretly filmed it without knowing..

So bloody good!

https://mobile.twitter.com/MacquarieSport/status/1031428168446402561

Fantastic.

And David Neitz was at the game in the crowd.

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Chills down the spine watching that, though i was the same watching him celebrate his first hole in one video.

Always love me some Ox passion!

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Love the ox, that was great to see.

He flew the flag in the 2000 GF against a nasty pack of thugs, when others wilted.

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