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Why is the skill level so bad and why is the White Flag 🏳 being shown

Only at this Club, where 8 months ago we won Finals...

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can someone please teach these blokes how to crumb off a pack, garry lyon mentioned it and i have noticed all year and it is getting worse    front and square ffs

 

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We mark and stand flat footed. They mark and there's always a spare player running past

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Brayshaw must be injured. He is not the same player. 

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There’s a vast gap between these two sides. 

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18 hit outs to 4 yet equal on clearances?

Great chemistry between our rucks and mids

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Just now, DV8 said:

cough.... would that be the In-Laws,  'DSP'.  😆

Lawns...

And im not even drinking....😮

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34 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

Worst we have played all season. Midfield and fwds need to get their chit together and work harder to help the defence stay in this.

Oh ffs Spargo!!  

Disappointing. Just dumb footy by Sargs

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3 minutes ago, Mel Bourne said:

Can Tom MacDonald please concentrate less on neoconservatism and more on football? 

We didn't come here for a lecture on communism

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[censored] Jones off from the center bounce and get Harms and Brayshaw at least!

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Gawn and Hore the only players who are having a dip. 

The rest can GAGF. 

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2 minutes ago, the rolling fog said:

I'm relying solely on SEN and they'e not holding back 

Just heard Brayshaw has one touch so far - this cannot be trucking true!?

one more than jeffy.

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2 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Why is the skill level so bad and why is the White Flag 🏳 being shown

Only at this Club, where 8 months ago we won Finals...

We must really want to maximise our mid season draft choice. FMD

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1 minute ago, Jaded said:

Brayshaw must be injured. He is not the same player. 

It’s attitude 

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Cant blame this on injuries.

 

This is just inept, heartless footy.

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If we hadn't played finals last year this game would actually be Goodwin's last.

One of the most structurally inept performances I've seen since the Neeld days. Just an awful coaching performance.

On top of that, the playing group appears to have zero urgency, directive or leadership.

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Hore is a star already 

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Just now, P-man said:

There’s a vast gap between these two sides. 

Boo !!  is my only reaction.  let down from last week or what.  glad I did not go.    yes  big gap  

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Looking for positives - Marty Hore has tried hard. 

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So according to the lass behind me that was Harmes's fault for not having a shot. Give me a fricken spell mate he's the only one lowering the eyes.

We have big problems right now and he is not one of them.

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I want to see Goodwin blow a gasket over this performance. 

Too nice guy.... These players need a [censored] rocket. 

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53 minutes ago, old dee said:

I was contemplating which game to go to today when I heard the news on radio changed direction and now at Willy. Weather not too bad so far considering we are taking about this ground. I thought I would gain more watching a few of the injured coming back. 

Good choice....

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