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Just now, Ouch! said:

Still need to trade for him unless they finish last.... and may be competing with WCE for his services!

There's a reason to barrack for Fro in the occasional game.

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bell end obviously didn't write his own presso as there is no way he would  know a big word like diligence let alone be able to spell it

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1 minute ago, EnterTheDragon said:

It’s over.

You don’t make a public statement like that and keep a seat at the negotiation table.

Freo have acted reprehensibly here. Tapped our player up, destabilised the player and got his hopes, then offered a ridiculous insulting lowball offer. 

FFS they have been after him for four years.

Bell thinks he can get him on the cheap next year. That’s what’s happened here. Little pric.k.

I put my Grandma’s antiques on it.... 

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5 minutes ago, Jaded said:

3 things:

1. Freo have been chasing Hogan around like a pathetic ex boyfriend. Jesse finally agrees to go to them, and they cower in a corner like the piece of garbage club that they are

2. How does Hogan and the club feel about this? How does he go playing for a club next year he doesn't really want to be at?

3. How do we get May now? Have we missed the boat?

 

Think that ship has sailed Jaded, Mahoney has been firm that we can't get May without the Jessie deal

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Just now, Patches O’houlihan said:

Barrett going to town on freo on trade radio 

Yer on it now, first time i agree with purple😐

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Wow! Just wow! Circus !

Now we embrace Jessie - map a very clear pre-season plan for him at Centre Half Back. Engage David Neitz as a personal mentor - Neitz’s transition from Forward to Back and then Forward again  should be the template for a Jessie Hogan 5 year plan at the Dees.

we should all embrace this new opportunity.

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1 minute ago, daisycutter said:

bell end obviously didn't write his own presso as there is no way he would  know a big word like diligence let alone be able to spell it

but he didn't use it correctly so maybe he did write it.

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Absolute amateur hour from the Fremantle Football club. Not going to judge Bell yet as he's been in the job for 5 minutes but this smells of loser club mentality. Do they even know what they want in life? 

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1 minute ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

Barrett going to town on freo on trade radio 

and rightly so... Barrett going hard on Bell and Rosich and saying that they are out of their depth and they are a joke.

I didn't think I'd get this type of dialogue between Barrett and Wallace and agree with most of what they are saying!

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Fremantle supporters are delusional, they think they’ll get him for nothing next season. Not a FA until end of 2020 which is perfect timing for the Eagles to enter the race. 

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1 minute ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

Barrett going to town on freo on trade radio 

And Terry too. Dockers the laughing stock of the AFL at the moment.

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Hahaha Freo, so unbelievably unprofessional. Bunch of [censored] muppets.

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8 minutes ago, Richard Tionary said:

Guess this is what happens when you pluck a boundary line commentator for the WAFL off the streets to run your footy club. Peter Bell is an amateur and has set his club back a decade. 

Look for another Kareer

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Freo have surely shot themselves in the foot for next year.

Hahaha amateur hour

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He didn't fail the Freo physical with that foot did he ala Jack Trengove?

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Change the thread title to Jesse Hogan Trade to Whoever Gives Us What We Want.

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3 minutes ago, EnterTheDragon said:

It’s over.

You don’t make a public statement like that and keep a seat at the negotiation table.

Freo have acted reprehensibly here. Tapped our player up, destabilised him and got his hopes up, then offered a ridiculous insulting lowball offer to his host club.

FFS they have been after him for four years.

Bell thinks he can get him on the cheap next year. That’s what’s happened here. Little pric.k.

I wouldn't even answer the phone to Freo's calls if I'm the Dees.

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I am so happy right now. And I love that Damo and Terry are going nuts on Freo! 

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Just now, Dee-licious said:

I am so happy right now. And I love that Damo and Terry are going nuts on Freo! 

what are they saying?

 

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I smell North Korean politics all over this Hogan trade fiasco. Kim Il Sungs love child is up to something right here. I smell a rat. Maybe he and Hogan will agree to next year if the dockers finish last. I sincerley hope not.

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1 minute ago, Redbeard said:

He didn't fail the Freo physical with that foot did he ala Jack Trengove?

He passed the medical. Fremantle wanted champagne but were only willing to pay for passion pop. 

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