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Looks like a 10-1 ratio here. Pretty poor for a replacement game, but can’t expect much from our supporters after a season like this.

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2 hours ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Just boarding at Scumbury. 

In an attempt to raise my morbid spirit, I gave myself a jolly good flogging before leaving The Manor 

I’m a better man for it

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

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

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2 hours ago, Supermercado said:

Can't be McGovern, we've heard of him. Will be some bloke who has played three games as a defender now kicks five.

Liam Jones to pull a Mark Jamar.

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7 minutes ago, Satan said:

They call him Preust

The Spruess Pruess...

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What. The. [censored] McDonald?

This garbage ball use is destroying us. 

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Would love someone to explain how that wasn't play on when silvagni handballed it to Oliver?? 

AFL and umps just making it up as they go again 

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And how that wasn't ball on Jones 

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Ball Use! Oh my [censored] god. How are we this bad? Don’t give me injuries as an excuse. Maybe late in games, but not 4 minutes in!

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Awesome skills on display again.....TMac, Fritch, Hunt.....I'm looking at you!!! Amateur hour.

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Our players do not want to have a shot on goal. 

This is a big problem.  

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Already this is the worst quality game of the year 

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Just now, Demonland said:

Our players do not want to have a shot on goal. 

All above the shoulders.

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Battle for "The AFL's most Irrelevant" Cup.

Loser wins!

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Salem is one of the guys you want kicking the ball after the siren and even he can't kick. 

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We should be at least 3 to 4 goals up already and are only 8 points up. 

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Odd that TMac is leaning left with his kicking today :) 

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Posted (edited)

Great goal kicking skills on show again.....What the hell has happened to this team? Edit...Here comes Petracca.....

Edited by Dee Since 73
Stupidity.

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Putrid skills by so called “professional” players.

What a horrid game so far.

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60 disposals to 23, but what quality were they?

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