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5 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Pass, he is a cat

Why do people talk about cats like they are bad?

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Tim Kelly requests trade to Eagles according to AFL site.

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2 hours ago, ding said:

Why do people talk about cats like they are bad?

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Demonland, meet @ding

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1 hour ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Tim Kelly requests trade to Eagles according to AFL site.

That's the fact file pal ... ☺️

A prefer rumours like, J Watts is off to the Gold Coast as he likes his rehab up there, going hip to lip, hip to lip.... but of course that could be slander I s'pose

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Just now, Rod Grinter Riot Squad said:

Aren’t you identical twins😁?

Not very nice Grinter....

 

I forgot how to crochet at an early age.

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4 minutes ago, Johnny Karate said:

Not strictly trading but have heard whispers that the latest exodus from GC17 is mainly down to Dew Neelding up the joint.

Looks like we dodged a bullet there..

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2 minutes ago, Johnny Karate said:

Not strictly trading but have heard whispers that the latest exodus from GC17 is mainly down to Dew Neelding up the joint.

really? Neeld? must have forged some amazing relationships.

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GC are in for possibly the worst few seasons of all time.  list the players theyve lost over the ast 3 years and you have a bloody good side.

theyll have picks 2-3-4 or whatever but it doesnt matter, they will just train them up for another team to poach.  hard to see any hope for them

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Kelly leaving Geelong makes me happy. Suffer in your jokes with your old list, you pricks! 

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3 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Kelly leaving Geelong makes me happy. Suffer in your jokes with your old list, you pricks! 

They will be down there for a very, very long time too.

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47 minutes ago, Johnny Karate said:

Not strictly trading but have heard whispers that the latest exodus from GC17 is mainly down to Dew Neelding up the joint.

The new norm for rank. Love it.

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1 hour ago, faultydet said:

Demonland, meet @ding

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Pic needs more cats

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3 hours ago, ding said:

Why do people talk about cats like they are bad?

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Correct. They are not bad, they are evil.

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1 hour ago, Johnny Karate said:

Not strictly trading but have heard whispers that the latest exodus from GC17 is mainly down to Dew Neelding up the joint.

The GC list needs a good dose of Neeld.

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4 hours ago, Demon Premonition said:

Menzel, makes Jack Watts defensive pressure look elite. If Garlett can’t get a game then I’ll take a pass on his 27 goals cause the rebound will cost us plenty more.

4 hours ago, Demons11 said:

Pass, he is a cat

 

3 hours ago, ding said:

Why do people talk about cats like they are bad?

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Miss-conception.  they are not Dogs, is all.

 

On the other hand, soft as a Dog ball.     go-on, take your best swing.

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....  in the interests of equality, and fair play.

 

In this, the modern world.

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1 hour ago, Johnny Karate said:

Not strictly trading but have heard whispers that the latest exodus from GC17 is mainly down to Dew Neelding up the joint.

Possibly. 

Culture swing up there, is heavily required...  Discipline is a benefit, in a place without.

 

Once it's established, Would you want to say how you would Rid IT, after its an ingrained weak culture.

Do you think being a nice as Mckenna, would eradicate it from this fledgling club ?

Or perhaps dew should just lean back in his chair,,, take the money and run,,,   for another to try, with an even deeper weak culture.

 

THE BUCK has to stop..  with someone.

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On 10/4/2018 at 2:47 AM, Stretch Johnson said:

Colyer is a good player.  Has had foot problems which ruined his 2018.

The type we need, probably need a good going over by the Richmond medicos.

Foot problems - he will fit right in.

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4 hours ago, ding said:

Why do people talk about cats like they are bad?

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Cats are awesome. Dogs are too. This is our Lab. Usually on the other end of the couch watching footy.

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7 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

Cats are awesome. Dogs are too. This is our Lab. Usually on the other end of the couch watching footy.

 

He looks absolutely delicious!

 

 

 

 

 

Sorry, too much time in provincial Philippines with the in-laws.

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Now this is just weird. https://game-leaks.com/afl-trade-period-2018-trades-rumours-news/

Includes such gems as:

(Dylan Shiel )The dramatic presents to make the midfield gun one of many highest paid gamers in soccer headlines the trade news just some days out from the beginning of free company. and

The Herald Solar reported on Monday, ...

Russian cyberattack on the trade period????

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