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Stress can manifest in adverse physical symptoms. I do not doubt he is under stress and pressure, especially with the lengthy injury list he has to cope with every week. Sometimes when you are focused on looking after everybody, you forget to look after yourself. 

 Take care of yourself, Goody, we don't want our coach to be breaking down. It's a tough job.

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1 hour ago, chook fowler said:

I actually think he would have been handy the last few weeks.

JKH...  Maybe a better version of ANB ?    One who can kick ?

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3 hours ago, DubDee said:

Just seen the footage on 360. Was weird. Looked like he was overwhelmed and his voice started to go a few times. Hope it is just stress or low BP and nothing serious. 

Rest up Goody. 

Heavy breathing and the voice tremor reminds me a bit of panic attack symptoms when your heart rate goes through the roof. Hopefully it’s nothing sinister like that and it was just a combination of nausea/dizziness.

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6 hours ago, drysdale demon said:

I doubt that very much, he would of known that with so many players having operations post season and the amount of training they missed that it was going to be a difficult year.

Short memory.

Wasn't he quoted by a prominent Melbourne newspaper that "the four no longer means anything to us".

 

Happy to be proven wrong, but.....

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3 hours ago, TGR said:

Short memory.

Wasn't he quoted by a prominent Melbourne newspaper that "the four no longer means anything to us".

Happy to be proven wrong, but.....

This is so [censored] Demonland. 

- misquote. Tick

- take misquoted quote out of context. Tick

- take misquoted quote out of context and apply to a different context. Tick

What he actually said was: "Fourth now is nothing to us."

And the line before that was: "We loved every minute of [last year]. It was great but we start again absolutely from scratch," 

IOW, getting to fourth (i.e., in the last 4 in the finals) in 2018 counts for naught in 2019, that nothing is a given.

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7 hours ago, TGR said:

Short memory.

Wasn't he quoted by a prominent Melbourne newspaper that "the four no longer means anything to us".

 

Happy to be proven wrong, but.....

Your post proves you to be wrong

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Goody seems up and about from the Casey presser this morning. 

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6 hours ago, bing181 said:

This is so [censored] Demonland. 

- misquote. Tick

- take misquoted quote out of context. Tick

- take misquoted quote out of context and apply to a different context. Tick

What he actually said was: "Fourth now is nothing to us."

And the line before that was: "We loved every minute of [last year]. It was great but we start again absolutely from scratch," 

IOW, getting to fourth (i.e., in the last 4 in the finals) in 2018 counts for naught in 2019, that nothing is a given.

Bless you.  An example of how to argue succinctly,  rationally and with evidence.

Have you thought about federal politics?  [censored] me we could use you in the current environment.

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13 hours ago, RedLegs23 said:

All jokes aside, that was pretty disturbing to watch 😕

Get well soon, Goody

 

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Where was the vision, RL23?

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7 minutes ago, Moonshadow said:

Where was the vision, RL23?

Closet sadist Moon?

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Just saw this mornings presser from Goody and glad he's alright. Was good to hear Troy Chaplin speak yesterday, he come across very well. 

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1 hour ago, Rusty Nails said:

Closet sadist Moon?

How'd you know?!

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

Where was the vision, RL23?

It was shown on AFL 360 last night, Moon... wasn’t nice. Good to see him feeling much better at training this morning.

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15 hours ago, KingDingAling said:

Hopefully he isnt suffering any after effects from his time at Essendon.

Look out the PC Police will get you.

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1 hour ago, Moonshadow said:

How'd you know?!

:roos:   I never went looking for that vid Moon... i swear 

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