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1 minute ago, DaveyJones'sLocker said:

That’s the 3rd free kick Walters has milked today 

Maybe change the handle to DaveyJonesBloodyShocker?

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1 minute ago, Seraph said:

Been doing that all game, WHY GIVE HIM THE OPPORTUNITY?

Yeah it was dumb from Jonesy but Walters milked it for all it was worth. He staged. Let’s call it what it is.

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1 minute ago, RedLegs23 said:

Nathan Jones...

You owe us one next Qtr.

Such a dumb thing to do.

He owes us 2. that was a 2 goal swing.  [censored] jones, drop yourself you bald headed [censored]!

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Lay off Jones. Walters flopped to the ground like a rag doll the piece of [censored]. 

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What's the bet this game comes down to a set shot by Tmac at the death and he sprays it out of bounds...

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Just now, Jaded said:

Regardless, you do not hit a player in the head. We had the free. In our forward 50. Disgusting leadership. 

Jones should be embarrassed by that. 

He didnt, he bumped him and Walters [censored] into it. Freo players bumped Jones right after it but he didn't fall over like a little [censored].

Walters is a blight on the game, constantly playing for free kicks.

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That sack of [censored] Walters has been falling over all game.. 

as Digger says... don’t touch him!

Pathetic, Jonesy.  time and place. 

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1 minute ago, forever demons said:

jones stood up for his team and mates ,its about someone did

Deluded

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Gawn to pull it left and miss?

 

nope, well done!

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Third time lucky from that position for the big guy.

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Wtf was the fifty for? 

So sick of [censored] umpiring. 

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Viney is back baby!!

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Walters reported for headbutt apparently 

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Can't justify a loss here. Freo down 2 all game.

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2 minutes ago, praha said:

Can't justify a loss here. Freo down 2 all game.

Agree. It would be unforgivable. 

2 playing inured for them too. Were at home. 

Stand the [censored] up

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I know we’re all jaded and broken after this lost season by what are the odds we lose this in the last minute... 

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6 minutes ago, forever demons said:

jones stood up for his team and mates ,its about someone did

He stopped us probably getting a goal and cost us a goal. I’m hoping he won’t stand up for his team mates again

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why the hell does Goodwin continually play fritsch in defence. clearly gets lost at sea. idiotic free kick

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