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Winning Ugly is Gold compared to an honourable loss

But Jeebers that was a shocking game

but 4 points rocks right now

Big week Simon..Remember Meth Coke??

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I am stoked as well   two wins in a row   Enjoy tonight couple of glasses of red   tomorrow next week   will look after itself

 

Another bad injury   I do think we are cooked    but lets  just see  Go Dees    well done

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13 minutes ago, Drunkn167 said:

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

It's a start for him... ken167...

 its a start.

Weide I reckon was tagged to come in next week.

Dec's not ready, Yet...  for teams like the Eagles.

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Odds v WC lengthened after our win

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I watched it with my younger brother. We were literally holding each other, trembling, the last minute. In all seriousness, it’s taken me so long to post because we’ve only just let go. My heart is still pounding. 

What a win! It’s usually games like this we throw away. So many games I’ve seen the past few years where we were in front and the other team caught up and managed to steal a win. Its usually the opponents who steal a win like that. Thought it was over when GC kicked that goal, but for once, we stood up where it counted and never gave up. One of the best finishes I’ve ever seen to what was a mostly average game. Great to see Jones back in firm.

Now we’re ordering pizza and going to have celebration drinks.

Go Dees!

 

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2 minutes ago, Nasher said:

Well I must be the only one who’s stoked. Yes the game was a bucket of pus, but I wasn’t expecting anything but. We’re not contenders this year, we knew that. 

I still like winning above all else, and we did. I jumped through the roof at the end as if it mattered.

BOLLOCKS, IM RIGHT THERE WITH YOU NASHER!!!!  🤪🤪🤪🤪 MY WIFE THINKS IVE LOST IT, MY KIDS THINK IM GOD. Absolutely loving that win.

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Can’t wait to watch the 4 quarter replay of this classic. If you haven’t seen it, do yourself a favour and stick hot pins up your taint instead. 

 

Both Gold Coast’s supporters will be fuming. 

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Just now, —coach— said:

Hahaha my 5yo and 3yo girls and I went completely troppo after both Hore’s goal and Tmacs point, sh it test game ever but also one of the most incredible last couple of minutes I’ve ever seen.

Whinge and moan all you like people but right now I’m loving life and loving the opportunity of having this moment with my kids!!!

GO YOU GOOD THINGS!!! 

Onya coach, me too. I’m honestly shocked to jump on to Demonland to a funeral-like response, I thought I’d be sharing the love with fellow Dees fans. Guess I should know better by now.

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1 minute ago, Nasher said:

Well I must be the only one who’s stoked. Yes the game was a bucket of pus, but I wasn’t expecting anything but. We’re not contenders this year, we knew that. 

I still like winning above all else, and we did. I jumped through the roof at the end as if it mattered.

I had head in hands at 47s and was jumping off my couch at the siren.

Lots of negativity around here - but you name a team that has won a game down by 6pts with 47s left in the last few years.

Gawn was huge in that last 47s, as was Oliver, Viney, Harmes and sort of Tmac.

Shelve the 4pts, take the lessons learnt and re-launch for next week against an out-of-form West Coast.

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17 minutes ago, Drunkn167 said:

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

As I said last week,  we are yet to lose a game with DK in the team.!! 

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Just now, Nasher said:

Onya coach, me too. I’m honestly shocked to jump on to Demonland to a funeral-like response, I thought I’d be sharing the love with fellow Dees fans. Guess I should know better by now.

Pfft. Confirmation bias. A bunch of us are having fun :)

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10 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

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. 

did you listen to the call dees ?

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Just now, Nasher said:

Onya coach, me too. I’m honestly shocked to jump on to Demonland to a funeral-like response, I thought I’d be sharing the love with fellow Dees fans. Guess I should know better by now.

[censored] em lets celebrate!!!

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absolutely stoked with the four points, for once we are winning the close ones.

I acknowledge that there is still a lot to work on, forward fifty entries especially however there is still lots to like. 

everyone getting stuck in to certain players, performance, effort etc. give it a break! lets enjoy the win and come back even better next week. 

love this club, Go Dees!

 

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The boys didn’t give up with a minute to go. I had!!

sensational!!!!

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3 minutes ago, Nasher said:

Onya coach, me too. I’m honestly shocked to jump on to Demonland to a funeral-like response, I thought I’d be sharing the love with fellow Dees fans. Guess I should know better by now.

Never happy!

Rubbish spectacle but we came away with 4 points and a thrilling finish. Take that any day of the week, a win is a win.

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5 minutes ago, Petraccattack said:

Lmao

Comical.

Farcical really. Call me a grinch, but that level of joy inside the coaches box and on the field is nauseating. No way did we deserve to win that.

Hope this doesn’t keep the scrutiny off our backs.

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18 minutes ago, Age said:

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

We should just pepper torps towards the goal from outside 50 and rely on repeat entry points

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Who reckons Mcgovern is at half mast a week out thinking of all those interceptions?

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12 minutes ago, Jaded said:

That was revolting. Disgusting. Awful. Painful. Horrible. Offensive. And we got 4 points. 

Season is still over. West Coast next week. Lol

Gold Coast did give them a run for their money, though. You never know

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How woeful are we? We won't get within 10 goals of West Coast. But a wins a win enjoy it we won't have too many this year the way things are going Hibberd out a huge blow. Preuss must come in for Keilty.

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I went from anxious, to furious, despondend and overjoyed all in under 2 minutes. Good win! 

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