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Im just waiting to hear how much the Weid is on in his new contract. We will then probably hear that Charlie S has signed a 3 year deal.

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Plan A is to play on at all costs, run helter skelter down the ground until we lose the ball due to poor skill execution.

Plan B is to what.....invoke Plan A.....?

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Varcoe front & square off the pack...when the ruck will we ever learn the basics!!??

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My god I hope 'Spaceman' doesn't catch on.

BT is pushing it pretty hard.

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Thats what we need a frwd mark.

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Amazing how a 2nd year player in the system can make our defenders look 2nd rate

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Marie Kondo says to thank things before disposing of them . Thanks Garlett and goodbye. 

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Think Kielty will make a better CHF than Weiderman

Hes just not a footballer

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Not a single body on Stephenson. Jones avoided the space snd contest. He was free to go up for contest after contest. There is consistently space in front of him.

There is fundamental coaching and structural issues here. Surely you can all see it.

We are playing like we've already lost. It is heartbreaking.

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The most wasteful team in the comp

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Just now, —coach— said:

The good news is we are guaranteed not to loose next week 😀

We'll find a way. 

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Hunt our only viable forward who can kick a goal.

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But surprisingly Hunt really is a footballer

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3 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Amazing how a 2nd year player in the system can make our defenders look 2nd rate

Hardly defenders faults. They have Cox and Grundy floating back. Our midfielders are defensively inept. 

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Just now, Matsuo Basho said:

Every single comment Tim Watson makes is anti Melbourne no matter what the topic is.

Every comment on here is anti Melbourne atm, with good reason I might add.

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Viney's kicking coming inside 50 never gets better.  Just woeful skills and we are half way through the season already.

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1 minute ago, Matsuo Basho said:

Every single comment Tim Watson makes is anti Melbourne no matter what the topic is.

It should be noted he does it when we’re winning as well.

We have to be up by about ten goals for him to remain quiet. So he’s very rarely quiet.

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1 minute ago, Matsuo Basho said:

Every single comment Tim Watson makes is anti Melbourne no matter what the topic is.

Hi Tim. 

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Just now, Rusty Nails said:

Viney's kicking coming inside 50 never gets better.  Just woeful skills and we are half way through the season already.

He is just an ordinary footballer in general. Thinks he's playing rugby union half the time.

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