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Viney - obviously not ready 

Jones - embarrassing and costly

Salem - our ONLY winner

Jetta - loose and slow

Hibberd - disposal was abysmal 

O. McDonald - no redeeming component

Frost - a total liability 

Petracca - still looks overweight 

T. McDonald - no second efforts

Weidemann - overrated and underwhelming 

Spargo - has a brain

Oliver - rarely advantaged us

Brayshaw - possessions without purpose

Harmes - tried but limited 

Gawn - was easily overcome 

Hunt - far from convincing 

Neal-Bullen - laughably our fittest

Sparrow - not the worst

Fritsch - just some cameos

Melksham - not as fluent

Hoare - lacked game awareness 

Wagner - not the answer

 

 

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15 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Frost - a total liability 

Frost - no spacial awareness.

Frost - no more please...

Please Frost lovers do you finally understand why we can't carry him any longer...of course he wasn't on his own today but between him and Oscar we need May back asap...

Lever - Come back soon

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Petracca - Kim Kardashian's [censored]

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Don't really like individualising but starting to think Frost and Oscar will never really be up to it.

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8 minutes ago, loges said:

Don't really like individualising but starting to think Frost and Oscar will never really be up to it.

Yes that’s why May and Petty are seen as the answer 

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Salem - lone class act

Weeds - not a ruckman

Spargo- not forward target

Viney - why selected?

Preuss - why not selected?

ANB - blew up early

Hibberd- shanky left foot

Hore - better second half

Frost - frequent cognitive dysfunction

Petracca -slow muscle man.

Jones - retirement looming

MFC - recruit outside run

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Jones hopeless 

Neal Bullen gutless

OMac crap 

Frost rubbish

 

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Spargo should never ever play another game his disposal and fumbles were dreadful 

Jones and Vineys leadership?? Non existent

Oscar as slow and fundamentally fumbly as ever!!

Frost heart in mouth stuff

Petracca drinks own bathwater

Neal Bullen never ever does enough and misses 2 easy goals 

Weeds doubts remain

T Mac don;t do any more interviews 

Corey Wagner? Another pygmy like Spargo

Max can't do it by himself Why Recruit Pruess and not play him??

HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM!

Cats will tear us a new one next week 

Finals will be a distant memory!

4 Loses in a Row

Sparrow did show a bit!

 

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15 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Spargo should never ever play another game his disposal and fumbles were dreadful 

The blond-haired one wearing #9?

You’ve gotta be kidding!

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4 minutes ago, Tim said:

The blond-haired one wearing #9?

You’ve gotta be kidding!

Nope Not up to it and NEVER will be IMV

Ask yourself this.. Apart from GCS who else would he get a game for???

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One of Spargo's main jobs is to apply defensive pressure. While watching the game, I noticed he was all arms and was constantly brushed aside. I just checked the stats and my eyes didn't lie, he applied 0 tackles.

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And this isn't a direct knock on Spargo, as he is a 19 year old kid making his way, but you take Spargo out for someone like Vandenberg, and that adds a considerable amount of strength and defensive presence to the team. Hopefully he is back sooner rather than later.

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J. Watts: reliable and effective 

(three words that were never ushered in his time at MFC) 

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1 hour ago, loges said:

Don't really like individualising but starting to think Frost and Oscar will never really be up to it.

Sorry loges, but you're only starting to realise this? They are only made to look half decent by our midfield. When we fail there, like we did today, they are exposed big time.

OMAC is a more uncoordinated version of Garland (which i previously thought impossible)

Frost is simply a dumb footballer, with loads of athleticism that is let down by his mere stupidity. The frightening thing is, he doesn't play to his strengths but his weaknesses.

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Petracca- poor man’s Sylvia (RIP)

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Before the game - full of hope

during the game- screaming at TV

after the game - single malt solace!

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1 hour ago, rjay said:

Frost - no spacial awareness.

Frost - no more please...

Please Frost lovers do you finally understand why we can't carry him any longer...of course he wasn't on his own today but between him and Oscar we need May back asap...

Lever - Come back soon

Frost - head less chook 

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41 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

Sorry loges, but you're only starting to realise this? They are only made to look half decent by our midfield. When we fail there, like we did today, they are exposed big time.

OMAC is a more uncoordinated version of Garland (which i previously thought impossible)

Frost is simply a dumb footballer, with loads of athleticism that is let down by his mere stupidity. The frightening thing is, he doesn't play to his strengths but his weaknesses.

Yes I was giving them the benefit of the doubt but they just keep on making the same mistakes.

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