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4 minutes ago, Dr.D said:

lol the article says nothing about us trading clarry. so misleading

Surely one shouldn’t let facts interfere with a good panic. 🙄

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I like coming in here. I don’t like changing too much. I’ve got my gym and my pool here, and the club rooms.

I’ve got my own thing that works for me and I just like sticking to that – it makes it easy.

Pretty sure he wouldn't be up for a drastic change like that. 

Source.

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Just wait for some muppet to suggest In the media  ‘I reckon a late first rounder sounds about right’

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Goddard must be [censored] to suggest that.

Clarry is probably one of the top 5 emerging players in the comp, no way Dees trade him.

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1 hour ago, olisik said:

Just wait for some muppet to suggest In the media  ‘I reckon a late first rounder sounds about right’

The muppet  of  ??? says  trade is for Two  1st rounders and Two of Their best players for a Clarry   who would win their next 10 B&F's.

NO NO NO!  you can't have Clarry. Look somewhere else.   Would GOD go to the G Coast ? 

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IF THE GOLD COAST EVER COME CALLING FOR CLARRY, TELL THEM TO STICK THEIR SUNS UP WHERE IT DOESN'T SHINE. :mad:

 

 

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18 hours ago, Thehardtackler said:

Clarry is Red and Blue forever. I think that I will give up watching AFL if he leaves Melbourne.

Sadly, staying at any club “forever” is dead. Money will generally be far too persuasive for young men to ignore. At the end of the day, it’s a job. What young bloke from Victoria wouldn’t take the chance to live and work on the Gold Coast for double their current pay? 

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Struggling club should chase A grader by throwing loads of money at him hoping he cares more about cash than success and his teammates. Revolutionary idea that has never once had a bad outcome. 

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Back in my day, journalists used to write factual information that was sourced from sources with facts about things they knew about. This modern world of journaling, is just opinion pieces to sucker you in to click on it, so your personal data can be sold, mined and whatever else (whatever that means)... Also, I had to walk to school 8 mile with hessian sacks on my feet, in snow, up hill, both there and back to home, where I had to tend to the cows, collect pinecones to put on the fire and listen to Evert Taube on the Gramophone.

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6 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

Back in my day, journalists used to write factual information that was sourced from sources with facts about things they knew a

Fake news!

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On ‎7‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 10:11 AM, Moonshadow said:

Same article suggests we should target Bryce Gibbs. 

What are the odds of that happening?

I thought that had merit. ridiculous he wasn't being played. he'd be just what we need for a couple of years. Gibbs would be the best kick in our side, so throw him on a wing for a Craig Bradley role. he might last a few years.

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54 minutes ago, Bay Riffin said:

I thought that had merit. ridiculous he wasn't being played. he'd be just what we need for a couple of years. Gibbs would be the best kick in our side, so throw him on a wing for a Craig Bradley role. he might last a few years.

He's on very big coin apparently, and by R1 2020 will be 31years old. Not to mention his off-field issues.

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