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Well boys Dec was poor today, at least he got to play in 2 AFL wins

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A terrible game became unbelievable in the last 40 seconds 

FMD!!!!

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Open microwave door.

Remove membership.

Put card back in wallet.

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I shouted KICK THE F—-ING BALL so damn loud in the final seconds the dogs got scared and ran out.

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Hail Tom McDonald 

That’s the second time he’s won us a game with under 30 seconds on the clock. 

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Has a team ever had more inside 50s than their score?

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I don't care that we won, our season is beyond over. I actually feel for the Suns, I liked what they were doing. We were Neeld/Bailey era bad. Dumb football, poor skills, nobody can take a mark, complete absence of a gameplan. Putrid. 

Did you see the coaching staff celebrate in the box? How embarrassing. It's like we won the Grand final when all we did is beat a candidate for the wooden spoon.

Ugh

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Tom McDonald being called the “star of the show” by Mooney is laughable.

He was deplorable along with just about everyone else.

What a horrible game of football.

Our coaches have done nothing to fix our fumble and ball on ground problems from last year.

The forward line is a mess, the structure is non-existent and we have no plan when then ball hits the ground.

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And I thought I'd just wasted 3 hours of my life.

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I seriously fell asleep and woke up with a few minutes to go.........i think im awake?

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From the shitehouse to the penthouse 

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Has a team ever had more inside 50s than their score?

Yeah Melbourne did against Geelong. But that probably the only times it’s ever happened 

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Brayshaw is Mr. Fumbles. Every time he receives a running handball he plays [censored] hot potato juggling it about 5 times and always screws it up. Absolutely sick of it. 

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Wow what a win we are back baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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A wins a win, but...

Was an absolute spudfest from go to wo.

If Goodwin spins this, out comes Terry Wallet spray about spewing up.

 

 

 

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Well, that was the worst s*#t I've ever seen.  So many questions.

Why did Frost play on at the top of the 50?

How did Harmes not reach the goals with that kick?

How could McDonald miss that mark?

If anything, this game just confirmed how utterly woeful we are as a football club.  Pure luck that we won that.

We have so many substandard players on our list right now it's frightening.  

Shudder to think what might happen next week.

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Extraordinary finish. 

Gee whiz we played like excretion. 

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Percentage booster

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Ok I have not seen a second of this game just been on the computer following the scores. When I saw us a goal down I thought we'd lost it then I thought a draw and then saw we got a point. So I see the score and Im happy we got the 4 points. 

But obviously it was a terrible game. And the injuries we got don't sound good. 

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