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Absolutely stoked for Jess today.

While I would most want him playing with us, Sydney (and especially GWS) might be a blessing for him. No pressure will be on him in a part of Australia where he can go to the milkbar or pub and not get hassled.

The last high profile Demon who went there I have no time for. This one I have nothing but love for still. ??

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27 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

Absolutely stoked for Jess today.

While I would most want him playing with us, Sydney (and especially GWS) might be a blessing for him. No pressure will be on him in a part of Australia where he can go to the milkbar or pub and not get hassled.

The last high profile Demon who went there I have no time for. This one I have nothing but love for still. ??

Hey what’s your bone with Preuss

 

 

 

i joke I joke

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2 hours ago, Superunknown said:

Hey what’s your bone with Preuss

 

 

 

i joke I joke

Preuss wishes he has a profile.

 

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P.S.  I quite liked the big PREUUUUUS.  Also hope he gets a break with injuries and gets out on the park, although I'd also worry that GWS are starting to look pretty good as a side again, so perhaps he can take his time a bit too.

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10 hours ago, Rodney (Balls) Grinter said:

Preuss wishes he has a profile.

 

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P.S.  I quite liked the big PREUUUUUS.  Also hope he gets a break with injuries and gets out on the park, although I'd also worry that GWS are starting to look pretty good as a side again, so perhaps he can take his time a bit too.

I was wondering why Preuss wasn’t getting a game at GWS. I tuned out completely over the PS and didn’t realise he’d had a shoulder reconstruction. First time he’s had a real shot at a #1 ruck spot. Unlucky!

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2018 and Jesse flying doesn’t feel like that long ago, but he’s hit some pretty low lows since then. He’s still only 26 and has time to reach his potential if he has the will and the luck. I hope he’s able to. He’s certainly off to a good start at GWS.

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8 minutes ago, Nasher said:

I was wondering why Preuss wasn’t getting a game at GWS. I tuned out completely over the PS and didn’t realise he’d had a shoulder reconstruction. First time he’s had a real shot at a #1 ruck spot. Unlucky!

If he was fit he'd be getting games ahead of the mummy, no doubt about that for me.

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The universal love on here for Jesse is heartwarming.

Also heartwarming is this story of how he has settled into Mummy's family life, courtesy of Mummy's granny flat.  how-mumford-and-sons-became-hogan-s-heroes

I must admit I was worried early this year when I read he had moved into Mummy's granny flat given the 'white powder' stories about Mumford a few years ago mumford-breaks-silence   Now, it seems to be working well for everyone. 

Other than when he stayed with a Dees host family when first coming over as a 17 year old, he would not have had much in the way of family life or the support, comfort and structure such provides.  As he became independent and life's trials beset him its understandable that he became somewhat directionless, or least that is how it looks from the outside.

Now he is 26 the age where he and others are maturing.  He has shown true grit and resilience to endure all that he has and be on the cusp of fulfilling his potential.  I am rapt that he has found a 'home' with Mummy's family (an ironic nickname in the context of this story) and will delight in watching him play (except against us). 

Overall, I just hope Jesse is happy ?.  Just love the guy ❣️

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Wish him nothing but the best. Was disappointed to see him go and would have welcomed him back but on reflection the club made the right call.

If he can settle and start enjoying his footy he can be a real weapon for the Giants. Him and Greene operating in the same forward line will give opposition defences' plenty to think about.

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18 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

Looked in great shape. Played well.

Great effort for a third club.

Hope he goes gangbusters since we have already played gws.

Rd 16 at the G

So a couple months he can have some form.

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13 minutes ago, Demonland said:

 

Good luck to him.  3 on the weekend and maybe will snag a few against Sydney.  I wish him all the best, just not if they happen to meet us in the coming weeks :)

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