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16 possessions, 5 marks and 2 goals from a kid playing his second game is phenomenal, whether you rate it or not.

We are terrible in every part of the ground except the 5m radius in which Gawn is standing. 

Tell us what is really going on Goodwin...


  • Stretch
  • Baker
  • Lockhart
  • Fritsch 
  • Garlett
  • C Wagner
  • J Wagner
  • O Mac
  • Petty
  • Garlett
  • Spargo
  • Smith 

 

All VFL standard footballers. Some may get there but right now there is a lot of battlers above.

A good team has to carry some players and that’s where role players can shine. Usually it’s only when 3 or 4 of the above get a game.  No team however can carry a dozen fringe players like we are and can expect to compete.

Unfortunately when the heat was on today, GWS looked faster, tougher and hell of a lot more skilful than our mob. 

There cue was well and truly in the rack for the last and I take nothing from that.

Even with all the effort in the world you need some skill across the group and there is so many in that team who have minimal

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Scoreline completely flattered us due to last 15 mins when Giants had put the cue in the rack.

Up there with some of the worst quarters ive seen for a long time.

Skill errors aside (which single handily cost us 9 goals) - the complete lack of confidence/trust etc is mind boggling. What teh hell has happened to this team from last year?

Something isnt right.

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1 minute ago, layzie said:

Cheers siren 

Rock bottom. Very poor games from: TMac, Jones, Viney, OMac, Fritsch, Spargo, Lockhardt, Oliver, Harmes. Where the hell was Preuss, for starters. Why does our team play 'bombs' when there is so much space to target going forward? Wasted year, wasted game, wasted membership, wasted coaching efforts. 

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They had 2 on the bench in the last. 

Kicking 7 goals in a dead quarter doesn’t change the result and if Goodwin uses it as a positive he is treating us all like fools. 

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We are hopeless. 

I take nothing out of the last quarter especially when gws were already on the plane home. 

When the heat was on our cupboard was bare. 

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1 minute ago, Deemania since 56 said:

Rock bottom. Very poor games from: TMac, Jones, Viney, OMac, Fritsch, Spargo, Lockhardt, Oliver, Harmes. Where the hell was Preuss, for starters. Why does our team play 'bombs' when there is so much space to target going forward? Wasted year, wasted game, wasted membership, wasted coaching efforts. 

At least I can understand this post.

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3 minutes ago, DSP said:

Scoreline completely flattered us due to last 15 mins when Giants had put the cue in the rack.

Up there with some of the worst quarters ive seen for a long time.

Skill errors aside (which single handily cost us 9 goals) - the complete lack of confidence/trust etc is mind boggling. What teh hell has happened to this team from last year?

Something isnt right.

Dear Mr. Goodwin, what are you doing?

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6 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Tell us what is really going on Goodwin...

Fair dinkum -- if he comes out and says what a great last half / quarter etc we had, showed signs etc then I may well return my membership and not renew it until we get a coach with balls.

"our brand" blah blah blah  .... unfortunately our brand is weak uncontested footy with not even the flair we occasionally showed last year to make up for abysmal inability to convert I 50s.

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Just now, 3Dee said:

Can someone please confirm that we didn't trade our first round pick this year? 

We didn’t and we also can’t as we have traded the last two and that’s the limit set by the AFL. We have to use our first round pick... on a slow unskilled inside mid. Thems the rules. 

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Just now, monoccular said:

Fair dinkum -- if he comes out and says what a great last half / quarter etc we had, showed signs etc then I may well return my membership and not renew it until we gat a coach with balls.

"our brand" blah blah blah  .... unfortunately our brand is weal uncontested footy with not even the flair we occasionally showed last year to make up for abysmal inability to convert I 50s.

Job is on the line. I don’t care about a 4 year contract. 

A Coach has to be able to do the job...

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