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Couldn’t be bothered

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35 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Couldn’t be bothered

Speed - Elephant in room

Lewis - Hawthorn farewell game

Dean Kent - Point of difference

Goodwin - Magnets super glued

Our mids - Carrying the team

Spargo - Has Goodwin Photos

J Wagner - Coppied Spargo’s stash

Frost - Owned his opponent

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(Well) beyond caring ... 

I only inserted "well" so that it would be 3 words.

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Spargo - absolute midget dud

Petracca- lose some weight

C wagner- far king terrible

J wagner- de list please 

Lewis- slower than vafa5ths

Tom mcdonald- so [censored] slow

Harmes- doyou ever manup?

Gawn-hitit to rednblue

Preuss-please work harder

Melksham-hit a target

Weed- you suck 

 

 

 

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Hore- a bright spot

frost- our best defender

gameplan- who’s on first. 

Mcdonald-  defuq happened? 

Hogan- get him back.

mfc- memories of 2013 

me- watching 2018 replays. 

Off field- something has happened 

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Gpodwin- change things around, show some passion

Chaplin- just resign loser

Viney- stop trying totakeveryoneon

Jones-man up mate

Oliver-youre allowed tokickit

 

 

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23 minutes ago, Elegt said:

Spargo - absolute midget dud

Petracca- lose some weight

C wagner- far king terrible

J wagner- de list please 

Lewis- slower than vafa5ths

Tom mcdonald- so [censored] slow

Harmes- doyou ever manup?

Gawn-hitit to rednblue

Preuss-please work harder

Melksham-hit a target

Weed- you suck 

 

 

 

Petracca - Very good tonight

Melksham - Drive for show

Melksham - Me me me

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Hunt - really want him to be, but don't think he's up to it

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3 minutes ago, deegirl said:

Hunt - really want him to be, but don't think he's up to it

He is NOT a forward but just shows how desperate we are. 

Sigh if  he plays he plays on a Wing thats it!

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1 hour ago, joeboy said:

Couldn’t be bothered

Can't blame you

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Play Oskar Baker

 

 

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1 hour ago, Wells 11 said:

Hore- a bright spot

frost- our best defender

gameplan- who’s on first. 

Mcdonald-  defuq happened? 

Hogan- get him back.

mfc- memories of 2013 

me- watching 2018 replays. 

Off field- something has happened 

Wells

You may be into something there. 

Could explain the inexplicable 

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Re the off field issues...  

This may get removed and if so, so be it. Rumors there was a club who’ve got up to 15 players claiming mental health issues so they don’t get drug tested. The issue is that the remaining players are now getting tested all the time and has caused a rift in the group. 

Strangley, we have fallen completely off the map this year. 

Do I put 2 and 2 together???

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11 minutes ago, Age said:

Re the off field issues...  

This may get removed and if so, so be it. Rumors there was a club who’ve got up to 15 players claiming mental health issues so they don’t get drug tested. The issue is that the remaining players are now getting tested all the time and has caused a rift in the group. 

Strangley, we have fallen completely off the map this year. 

Do I put 2 and 2 together???

You may or not be right but there has to be an explanation for our disgraceful start to the season!

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Just now, Bring-Back-Powell said:

You may or not be right but there has to be an explanation for our disgraceful start to the season!

The answer was last year 'BBP'...we failed to address the problems of the prelim.

Goodwin thought we didn't bring our brand that day...we did and it wasn't up to the standard required.

So then we didn't address the real issues over the off season.

We thought May was the last piece of the puzzle and we were wrong.

We expected a natural progression forward and again we were wrong.

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