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2 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Yehhhhhhhh

Harmes Viney Oliver and Jetta are as fierce as any who have worn the red and blue

Weid is a star

big Maxy is a legend

vanders is a brute

frosty you beauty

lewis experience is a crucial part of our success

But need more from Spargo Anb Tyson 

ANB??  How much did you drink tonight?

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Really cant wait for the posts from the guys that struggle home in spring dawn light.... enjoy this guys

 

we monstered them

 

cats fans not reponding to messages...... shoe on the other foot

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All of the players who I thought would be like rabbits in headlights (weid, spargo, fritsch etc.) Were amazing! 

Weid was bog. 

Up the mighty demons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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14 minutes ago, DemonOX said:

At the end if the game Chanel 7 was showing all supporters and they focused on one dees supporter who was crying. 

This is how much it means to some of us. What a beautiful thing to see. 

CH-7 has been reading Demonland...

This game is all about the people...  and the passion.

 

the Power & the Passion...

here's to you Dees.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Yehhhhhhhh

Harmes Viney Oliver and Jetta are as fierce as any who have worn the red and blue

Weid is a star

big Maxy is a legend

vanders is a brute

frosty you beauty

lewis experience is a crucial part of our success

But need more from Spargo Anb Tyson 

Completely agree, although i thought anb's tackling pressure was pretty useful, and was generally in the mix of things. 

Loved the Weid standing tall tonight. Added another string to our bow.

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23 minutes ago, Beetle said:

I can’t stop guzzling beer.

Must be catching beetle I'm polishing them off like lolly water and having little effect to my euphoric finals win high

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11 minutes ago, Little Goffy said:

Yep, the Sydney pub I ended up at was all about the Rugby League, barely an AFL person, let alone a demon.

But even that crowd was cheering during Hannan's run-in - possibly helped draw some attention when I momentarily lost it when his opponent slipped and I yelled "RRRUUN" like some kind of horror movie cliche.

Put Ray Gabelich to shame.

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On the Fox after match show u could see how proud Paul Roos was. You couldn’t wipe the smile from his face and the crowd was chanting ROOSY. 

We owe that man so much. 

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3 minutes ago, Rocknroll said:

The weid blooms in september..... that that copy editors at the hun...

He's given me Fever,,,   Hey!!! Fever...

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My favourite moment this season was watching the start of the final quarter..

Selwood pulls a free kick from viney.

Viney picks up his mouth gaurd as Selwood goes to take his kick.

Selwood tries to play on and slips over and gets caught by Jack.

Ball goes forward and Jones kicks true.

We're home.

My kids are 19 and 21. First final they can remember the Dees winning.

We've got some forward entry work to do but jfc we play some s**t hot footy.

How do I get from Ballina to the Pondsford for next Friday?

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5 minutes ago, Rocknroll said:

The weid blooms in september..... that that copy editors at the hun...

"Grandson of Magpies legend stars in final"

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Well we have now beaten those 3 princesses and now we need to beat Frawley and the Dorks next Friday. 

These are the two main teams who have heaped pain on us in the past. 

Its time for payback against the Dorks. 

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Being born just before the turn of the century I never really got to fully experience finals footy. I was there in '06 against the Saints but don't remember a single bit of it. Being there tonight next to my old man and seeing the joy on his face I knew this team is special and we have the ability to make things happen. Here's to you boys who wear the red and blue proudly. What a fantastic night. Up the Dees!!! 

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Just now, DemonOX said:

Well we have now beaten those 3 princesses and now we need to beat Frawley and the Dorks next Friday. 

These are the two main teams who have heaped pain on us in the past. 

Its time for payback against the Dorks. 

Yep, the Hawks game is a massive step in our march to erase our dark era. We've already done so much to build a new golden age, next Friday is just the next step!

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15 minutes ago, spirit of norm smith said:

But need more from Spargo Anb Tyson 

ANB 20 disposals, 9 tackles,

Not bad for a defensive forward.  

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1 hour ago, ucanchoose said:

Must have been 60000 Melbourne supporters there.  Where did they come from??

More than that I would be surprised if there was 10k cats fans certainly sounded like it 

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2 minutes ago, Wadda We Sing said:

No injuries, no reports...

Tom Browne from 7 said Gawn was getting work on his calf after the game and when he asked him how it was he said it was “alright”. 

Hope there is nothing to worry about there. 

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