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1 hour ago, ManDee said:

May is a better leader (not hard) Hogan has potential to be a very good player, May is a very good player.

Hunt and Hogan do not play the same position. Hogan was an important player for us because he took the best tall defender away from Weid and TomMac. It made our forward line work better than it has for years or since. May has not proved he can be a good player in a successful team  and has done nothing to earn his place at the demons, he is a crap leader who was traded out of his leadership. May will be lucky if he gets through his MFC contract. May is not a key position defender he is another intercept zone defender, like Frost, Hore, Lever, Petty, Kielty and Hibberd. Frost has proven his versatility, May has no place telling him what to do. Drafting, list management and coaching are MFC's biggest problems. May is just another who gets a chance to prove himself- I have doubts he will, sorry if you have a problem with that.

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15 minutes ago, Mental Demons said:

Hunt and Hogan do not play the same position. Hogan was an important player for us because he took the best tall defender away from Weid and TomMac. It made our forward line work better than it has for years or since. May has not proved he can be a good player in a successful team  and has done nothing to earn his place at the demons, he is a crap leader who was traded out of his leadership. May will be lucky if he gets through his MFC contract. May is not a key position defender he is another intercept zone defender, like Frost, Hore, Lever, Petty, Kielty and Hibberd. Frost has proven his versatility, May has no place telling him what to do. Drafting, list management and coaching are MFC's biggest problems. May is just another who gets a chance to prove himself- I have doubts he will, sorry if you have a problem with that.

Funny how the forward line worked better last year when Hogan wasn't playing, how do you account for that? Hogan also has not proven to be a good player in a successful team, in fact he is at his worst in big games.

I have said many times that I believe that Hogan has huge potential, but sadly I don't think he will ever reach it. 

I happen to think that Hogan was gone and there was little we could do to keep him. I think getting May from losing Hogan was the best that we could do. 

I also think May is a leader, he appears to provide a leadership that we have not had for years and it would appear that Nathan Jones also thinks he provides leadership.

Most of what you say is opinion with little or no factual back up, you make gross assumptions based on your biases and I happen to disagree with much of what you say, at the end of the day we disagree who cares. 

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Well, Wimbledon is on, so in the words of the great John McEnroe - "YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS!!!"

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Nar Yeah Nar!!

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2 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Agree with the OP.

Even O Mac, Spargo and JFK could've provided more than what our 3 tall fwds did last week.

Wow what a huge statement........ Problem is you are 100% Correct!

Now that IS cause for concern!

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Stocks have risen after yet another "Sparkling" game on the weekend. I still believe he would definitely be great Captaincy material!

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22 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Stocks have risen after yet another "Sparkling" game on the weekend. I still believe he would definitely be great Captaincy material!

Yep. Another excellent performance 

I have eaten my words well and truly 

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5 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Yep. Another excellent performance 

I have eaten my words well and truly 

I could see May as being a player you love eventually mate. Hungry for success, killer attitude, demanding of his team mates, the type of person we need right now at a crucial stage for our beloved club.

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19 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

I could see May as being a player you love eventually mate. Hungry for success, killer attitude, demanding of his team mates, the type of person we need right now at a crucial stage for our beloved club.

Absolutely. Which is why i was so [censored] off when he rolled up out of condition. 

But he is redeeming himself. I will be tracking his next preseason closely. 

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2 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Absolutely. Which is why i was so [censored] off when he rolled up out of condition. 

But he is redeeming himself. I will be tracking his next preseason closely. 

Just strap him on the end of Saty’s scooter over pre-season and he’ll come back in ripping condition

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