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The good news is we will not be called tankers this year.   They do not want to win.  Just woefull

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Fritsch went off with an injury. Anyone know what it was?

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29 frees handed out that half. 

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Just now, Dame Gaga said:

Fritsch went off with an injury. Anyone know what it was?

Knee. It buckled. Went to get it strapped. Doesn’t look too serious. 

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Seriously you wonder how these players get paid the amount they get. Kicking for goal was shocking that quarter.  Trac should be nailing those goals now. Neal bullen is just spraying them. 

Not the best game to watch

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1 minute ago, Dame Gaga said:

Fritsch went off with an injury. Anyone know what it was?

Dislocated foot?.....the way hes been kicking

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1 hour ago, napster said:

Does this info help to clarify the definition of Bald Headed [censored]?

I’ll pass on that

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Every time Frisch touches the ball Carltank get a goal. He is the new turnover merchant of this club. Should not be playing on the backline FFS.

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9 minutes ago, Gunna’s said:

Tracc has been good

ANB has been horrible 

you dont miss a shot from 30m directly in front and say he's had a good game. 

bad kicking is bad football. 

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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Why not kick long with 40 seconds to go. Embarrassing. 

Poorly coached/drilled or no football brain.  Or a combo of both.  Even our younger inexperienced players have generally gone backwards from last season under Goody aside from new ones that haven't been in the system long enough to be effected at senior level (Lockhart).

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I don’t think it is too much to expect your team to play afl standard footy. We are not at under 9’s level ATM. 

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Just now, wizardinoz said:

Every time Frisch touches the ball Carltank get a goal. He is the new turnover merchant of this club. Should not be playing on the backline FFS.

most idiotic move by Goodwin. especially when  u have hacks like weideman, ANB and petracca missing simple shots that 95% of suburban players would kick

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Omac before Frost.

Petracca is a star.

Carlton will beat Melbourne.

What next people....

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Just now, Wadda We Sing said:

Dislocated foot?.....the way hes been kicking

Plenty of kicks but nearly every one went to Carlton. Up here at home in Qld and would have to be the worst game of Footy I have ever seen. Just as well Carlton are giving it back to us after we give it to them. Taking in turns to stuff it up. Oh well it is the 2nd and 3rd last teams

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1 minute ago, Redleg said:

I don’t think it is too much to expect your team to play afl standard footy. We are not at under 9’s level ATM. 

Apparently we are whingers if we expect our team not to be horrible. 

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1 minute ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

Omac before Frost.

Petracca is a star.

Carlton will beat Melbourne.

What next people....

The return of Omac

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Set shots are our achilles heel.

Surely Someone can get Tracd to lowere the ball drop < and Wieds

A small fwd like ANB MUST be better around the goals. He is not confident at shooting,.. Agree we could have this shot to ribbons but for our goal kicking.

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That last minute was embarrassing .... nothing good will come from this game and of course we had to have the weekly injury.

Weideman missing everything from around 30.... (not alone) there's seriously something wrong in the headspace of the players.

And then the number of chip passes that have missed their targets. Luckily not too many turnovers but momentum killers.

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1 hour ago, napster said:

Sorry, I meant to say Bald Headed F*** - four letter f word of your choosing

Fail, fake? 

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Posted (edited)

I'd just like to say that I've been screaming for fritsch to be played forward all year and also, can tom McDonald stop smiling. you're in a rabble of a club playing another rabble. smile when you start playing like a top 100 afl player.

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I really wonder what Max is thinking watching this from the stands

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Just now, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

Hopefully ANB has something to eat at halftime

Some nuts?

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To be fair to all the players and coaches they have been consistent all year....

Consistently terrible 

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