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Just now, Jaded said:

He has been no better or worse than Lever and May who have both done SFA

Not sure i agree there Jaded.

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When Hunt took that mark on the wing all by himself... In the old days he would have just taken off and headed for goal.  Now, he stood and waited. 

I miss the old days.

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17 minutes ago, Rusty Nails said:

Finally a short kick to an outlet from the square who plays on finds a target and we link up off HB.  This shld be happening half the time at least.  Where has it been?  Continually running ball out of the square and kicking long to a contest is too precitable and rarely gets the ball beyond mid field.

Petty's been good..making the most of limited opportunities.  Playing IN FRONT!

Have to agree. How come they can take the ball the full length of the ground by kicking it to each other, when we suffer a concentration lapse after one short kick.

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Petty as a forward is worth persisting with. 

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We just might get there today... It would be a win for guts and tenacity

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1 minute ago, ICU2 Jerry Jerry said:

I was laughing at the idiots suggesting we needed a rebuild . . . But . . . We drafted a hell of a lot of "see ball get ball" types that also happen to be dumb. The runners at least used to help these players setup properly and identify trends. We're absolutely cooked now without them. I was wrong.

100 % said the same thing to my mate this quarter regarding our see ball get ball players. No smarts at all. Look at the amount of time 3 blokes go for the opposition player with the ball leaving 3-4 alone waiting for the handball receive

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If preuss can mark the ball in our forward line that would make things better 

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4 minutes ago, Wadda We Sing said:

Hey we are still right in this. Reading this thread you would think we are 35pts down.........

They threw everything at us in that quarter.  80% time in their forward half and only managed to extend the lead by 5 points.

If we avoid the normal Goody chaos game and can play some decent possession footy (less turnovers) we are in with a slim chance. 

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Fritz!! Like him in the forward line

 

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1 minute ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Their forwards are rolling in front of defenders and presenting whenever they attack

Ours are lagging behind waiting 

Agree. Need W.Carey in as our forwards coach

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Vineys game a lot more subtle and relaxed, less crash and bash. 

 

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Salo has saved our backside more than once today. 

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7 minutes ago, chook fowler said:

Any chance of Hannan contributing something. FMD, he has been a passenger for weeks.

Agree on this. He is surviving on 2018 form and our lack of fit players. Needs to lift NOW

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1 minute ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

SALEM thank God!

how many 1%ers does he give us!

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Trust Petraca to [censored] up a simple kick for goal which costs us 2 

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Petracca ... turnover pass. Then missed shot for goal.

Dogs goal.

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