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I agree with everyone's poor opinion of Stratton on here. My only request is please don't call him a dog or call it a dog's act. Dogs are gentle , loyal creatures who do not deserve to be put in the s

If you believe  some of the posters  on DL, jenkins is an average player. I wish our average players kicked bags of 3 or more goals three weeks running.

Agreed. Ollie Wines has spent a few weeks in the twos, moreso to get his touch and fitness back.  But if is good enough for him as captain (and Hawks ex captain Roughy) it is good enough for TMac

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8 minutes ago, Demonsone said:

Saints sitting 6-6

MFC Misery continues!

The only misery for me is Gold Coast not giving up that bottom position. If we're going to lose the majority of our games from here on in, it would be nice to finish last on 6 or so wins. Cmon Suns/Blues, go on a big 2nd half run.

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2 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

There’s nothing more Melbourne than making a Prelim one season then ‘winning’ the spoon the following season. We should probably think about changing our name. 

We've been the Melbourne Even-Years for all but 1 of the years i've barracked for them.

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2 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

There’s nothing more Melbourne than making a Prelim one season then ‘winning’ the spoon the following season. We should probably think about changing our name. 

Odd numbered year. Always in trouble.

Been 28 years (1991) since we last won a final in an odd numbered year. 10 even-numbered-year finals wins since then.

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8 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Really if youre going to miss the finals atleast get the best pick possible and get players right

What could possibly go wrong with tanking???

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24 minutes ago, Leoncelli_36 said:

Hogan running into form the week before he comes back and rubs salt into our wounds. Has 3 now and should have 4. Miserable 

Jack Watts fault again.

Breaks his leg so doesn't have to play against Hogan.

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There you go. Wasn't only the pinching but the tough guy was also STOMPING on Shaun McKernan's feet with his studs. You can bet he did that to Fantasia too and probably others as well but they didn't pick it up on camera. Has been referred straight to the tribunal. What a dog. Embarrassing for Clarkson and that club.

You could easily break someone's delicate foot metatarsal bones with a stud stomp. Should get four weeks.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/2019-06-15/hawks-skipper-straight-to-tribunal-for-pinching-and-stomping

 

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4 minutes ago, Matsuo Basho said:

There you go. Wasn't only the pinching but the coward was STOMPING on Shaun McKernan's feet with his studs as well. You can bet he did that to Fantasia too and probably others as well but they didn't pick it up on camera. Has been referred straight to the tribunal. What a dog. Embarrassing for Clarkson and that club.

You could easily break someone's delicate foot metatarsal bones with a stud stomp. Should get four weeks.

https://www.afl.com.au/news/2019-06-15/hawks-skipper-straight-to-tribunal-for-pinching-and-stomping

 

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Stratton is a loser.  Disgusting thing to do.

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Stratton is a dog.  

Its always interesting to see how players cope when they’ve been members of very successful teams who are then on the decline.  He is someone who isn’t handling it well.

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4 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

There’s nothing more Melbourne than making a Prelim one season then ‘winning’ the spoon the following season. We should probably think about changing our name. 

Tasmanian Demons Devils 😊

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Anyone know what Puopolo for Hawks was "name called" last night, Hate Hawks, but may as well square up the ledger, if its justifiable.... 

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1 minute ago, willmoy said:

Anyone know what Puopolo for Hawks was "name called" last night, Hate Hawks, but may as well square up the ledger, if its justifiable.... 

I could've sworn the commentators were calling him Pupopolo last night, but figured I must've been wrong. Commentators are way too professional to get names wrong. Right?

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Guys in the world cup Finch was referred for an LBW not out decision.  The review then showed the ball clearly hitting middle and off stump well below the bails.

Instead of the not out decision being reversed they said "umpires (original) call" .. not out.

Can anyone explain why that was pls?

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Just changed the channel and the Dogs have gone to sleep - scores level.

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