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Nice Tracc...really hit some form from QB

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Clearances again. 

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3 players at the coal face there...Oliver basically fell over Viney who was already at the ball....ball gets out the back and of course theyre off to the races.  When will we learn to maintain our outside structure and balance.

Clear mark to Tommy there ....wtf ??

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Umpiring ruining the game yet again. 

 

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Tommy was robbed.

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Just now, Rusty Nails said:

3 players at the coal face there...Oliver basically fell over Viney who was already at the ball....ball gets out the back and of course theyre off to the races.  When will we learn to maintain our outside structure and balance.

Clear mark to Tommy there ....wtf ??

Yep...its called over-umpiring

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Great first quarter by Petracca:  Terrific bullet pass to start the chain for the TomMc goal and kicked two himself!

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Fritch way too laconic and constantly playing on when there is nothing presenting to play on to.  Putting fellow players under the pump.

It should come with time but his decision making at the moment is putrid far too often.

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Boys have come to play. Has the feel of the West Coast game late last year. 

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1 minute ago, chook fowler said:

Hore having a mare. Salem and a Fritsch superb. Can we now officially get off Tracs case?

Nah @chook fowler - held to different standards.

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Just now, Rusty Nails said:

Fritch way too laconic and constantly playing on when there is nothing presenting to play on to.  Putting fellow players under the pump.

It should come with time but his decision making at the moment is putrid far too often.

Can't blame him, it's Clearly a coaching game style directive

We're moving the ball much better

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I like our new game plan:

GET THE BALL TO SALEM

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1 minute ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Weideman .. 2 handpasses

He's creating space for TMAC... or would you like all passes to go to Weid....or would you like all passes to go in between them?

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3 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Hore having a mare. Salem and a Fritsch superb. Can we now officially get off Tracs case?

After one quarter? No.

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1 minute ago, Rusty Nails said:

Fritch way too laconic and constantly playing on when there is nothing presenting to play on to.  Putting fellow players under the pump.

It should come with time but his decision making at the moment is putrid far too often.

I thought he had a great quarter. Looked poised and disposed well.

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2 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

He's creating space for TMAC... or would you like all passes to go to Weid....or would you like all passes to go in between them?

another important 6 possession game perhaps

If that is all he does you play as well play Preuss

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