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I’m so mad to even really bother. 

Out Spargo

in Garlett 

whatever. 

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Im seriously considering not going. That was just appalling to watch.

Is it really gonna matter? Richmonds speed will tear us apart.

Their mosquito squad is gonna be at half mast already.

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Out: Finals

In: Languishing in the bottom half of the ladder.

What a f'ing waste of a season.

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in: first pick of the draft

out: optimism 

😢

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Who fuckkkkin cares? 

So very very despondent 

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Fraudsters!

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Not many options. No point rushing May or Lever this season. 

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Well, let's see how they go tonight.

One thing in our favour for the ANZAC Eve game, quite a few of our players will have fresh legs.

Having said that, clearly Spargo and Corey Wagner are eminently replaceable, with the obvious in being Garlett, and I guess Stretch gets another run at AFL, as much as the very thought will have a few peopl tearing their hair out.

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

Out Wagner's ,hore , Spargo and all vfl standard players. Do we have any AFL standard to come in ?

I’m happy to play short

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Tbf, the one I will say is Stretch. I know he’s not the saviour, but he’s someone who can provide us what we don’t have, he can run both ways on a wing.

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31 minutes ago, Rocky said:

in: first pick of the draft

out: optimism 

😢

I take it we have not traded this away yet.

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24 minutes ago, Nelo said:

Not many options. No point rushing May or Lever this season. 

NO point player lever at all till next year

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Tmac needs to join his brother. His best effort was going through the banner. He must be injured so do not play him.

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Can we forfeit next week and drop the whole team to Casey? Might be better than putting up with soulless efforts.

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I’d drop Spargo who has no idea what he’s doing out there defensively. 

I’d also pretend to “rest” at least one of Hibberd, Jones and TMac. 

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2 minutes ago, titan_uranus said:

I’d drop Spargo who has no idea what he’s doing out there defensively. 

I’d also pretend to “rest” at least one of Hibberd, Jones and TMac. 

Agree on Spargo, should be dropped. 

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Out: The embarrassing Spargo.

In: Jeffy. Who has pace, can hit a target & can kick further than 20m. 

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I thought Hore was alright and the Wagner family were competitive.

At least this loss cannot be blamed on Oscar.

The indecision delivering the ball into the fwd line  does not give Weids,TMAc any chance I think TMAc is injured becasue he is not running like he can.

Jeets was good today. Woried about Hibberds ability to \compete 1 on 1.

Charlie Spargo has to learn to make good decisions i.e When there are 4 or 5 Melbourne blokes , WHY KICK IT TO a CONTEST !!!!!!

Fritsch , Brayshaw, Gawn Good  , Preuss & Petracca Good first half.

Probably the worst I have seen the team play for 3 years.  The loss to WC in Prelim Final showed ALL sides how to play Melbourne.

How come Ratten got away from us . He would be worth more than what we are paying May.

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Out - Finals

In - Top 3 pick

Play the kids

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