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Get [censored] Judd you Carlton [censored]!

Focus on getting your club getting an ACTUAL win you gronk.

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I knew there was going to be at least one former player to come out and say this. Couldn’t give a rats, Jones in particular has earned this and in a tight difficult game the relief was so strong and they were feeling what the fans were feeling. The end of 12 years in the wilderness. 

Unless you’ve experienced it, you can’t know what it feels like. 

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We can celebrate as hard as we want.  We beat the dog [xxxxx] in WA, his old mob before he took the cash to go to Carlton.

We can also celebrate as hard as Carlton will celebrate getting a priority pick, maybe a bit harder.

This DESERVED celebration.  To not celebrate is unrealistic and not acknowledging the heartache of supporters over many years.  Go Hard, and Juddy - F off.

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So, um what are you actually saying Chris? Anything??

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That was a great hard fought win. I loved the celebration. Shows how much it meant to the players. Give your criticism if you are asked for opinion Judd. 

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Ok ok, bloke’s entitled to an opinion. I don’t necessarily agree with it but you could see what he was saying. 

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lol love how Bernie cops [censored] a few weeks back for not giving a [censored] now we are criticised for caring too much .....far out cant win - better to not listen to any of this and just focus on ourselves its all fugazi

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lol.

Bad call Juddy.

And honestly, the club hasn't really overdone it. But the media sure loves the story, and so they should.

We're the most interesting team in the finals, thanks very much.

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That was just letting off steam and breaking a chain

The real Celebrations will begin in 6 weeks time. 

I can see what Judd is saying, but i don’t think the players celebrated too hard. They were just rapt. 

The real work began today. 

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Don't blame MFC at all.  They were carrying the weight of history; the weight of the veil of negativity; the weight of getting another interstate scalp; the weight of the 24-hour media cycle suggesting that they are 'a default 8 team' who are front-running bullies who play well only against weak opposition.

 

The lid was off for a minute.  Get over it.  The bulldogs celebrated the prelim final win against the GWS very very very hard.  Seriously.

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I listen to triple m footy a bit when I'm stuck working during the games, Juddy is pretty bullish on the Dees and how well they could do in finals, I got the feeling that he doesn't want the Dees to be celebrating so much for just making finals when he thinks we should go further?

I understand what he's getting at, but considering how long it's been for the club, you can understand the players getting pumped up about it. 😄

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I heard Garden interviewed and asked "how hard will you celebrate?" (Or similar) and (paraphrasing him) he said:

"We haven't had much to celebrate over the years and I used to watch Geelong win and just go through the motions like it didn't mean anything. We're not going to do that,  we'll sing every song like we mean it and keep celebrating every victory, because each time it's hard won"

Or something like that, that's the message i took from it. Judd can stick that up his arse.

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A bit of a stupid thing to say (non-human behaviours, wtf Judd). You try not making finals for 12 years and being called mentally weak and playing in front of 55,824 supporters all of whom are booing every time you go near it.

Having said that, if we lose next week and/or we lose the first final, I anticipate there will be certain posters on here (some of whom are conspicuously absent at the moment) who reference our celebrations yesterday as a reason for the loss.

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In the mindfulness era that’s the idea isn’t it? Celebrate your successes, enjoy the day/moment/journey/game but give your all to each of this things and the rewards will come.

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2 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

A bit of a stupid thing to say (non-human behaviours, wtf Judd). You try not making finals for 12 years and being called mentally weak and playing in front of 55,824 supporters all of whom are booing every time you go near it.

Having said that, if we lose next week and/or we lose the first final, I anticipate there will be certain posters on here (some of whom are conspicuously absent at the moment) who reference our celebrations yesterday as a reason for the loss.

Mate I’m sure Olisik is reading... 

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