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Maybe Gus is concussed, its hard to watch him atm, sad.

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The butchering of the ball in our forward half. FMD. 

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Really worried that Brayshaw isn’t right in the head. Takes an eternity and no lateral vision (doesn’t help that Clarry didn’t block either)

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Why is Selwood commentating? He clearly has had no training or previous experience...

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Bulldogs have so many players who take incredible and non remarkable contested marks.  Who do we have?  We get our hands on the ball sometimes when we’re first to the ball and then drop it. 

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Hunt that was just bog ordinary.  No poise no finish just panic.  When the hell are we going to learn this???????????

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The butchering of the ball in our forward half. FMD. 

We are dumb. Constantly bombing it in to a pack that’s 25m out. At least kick it over the pack, they’re smashing us in the contested marking. 

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Every Selwood comment is gleefully pumping up the Dogs.

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Umps keeping us in it!!

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74% time in forward half... we have the worst forward play and quality of finish in the league.  Takes a rookie to play in front!!!  Congrats on a nice first goal son

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We are playing woeful bit how are we even in the score.  Cannot understand it

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Dogs fans doing their best impersonation of Eagles fans.

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Our tackling is woeful. Lazy. 

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Never head so much whinging from a crowd. 

People in the west must feel so hard done by.

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Just now, P-man said:

Every Selwood comment is gleefully pumping up the Dogs.

Bloody Selwood. Another Geelong player looking for a cushy job. Next one will be that clown Dangermouse. Fancies himself no end.

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We are getting a good run from the umpires.

What is it about our forward line that whenever the ball hits the ground we are always second to it?

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Harmes go back and take the responsibility off the free kick!  Hand balls to a player coming off the square under pressure without looking/assessing first!   Shallow entry then comes straight back over the mid's heads. Got to be better than that if we are ever going to improve as a club/team

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Selwood is absolute garbage at commentating. 

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Who is Hibb Ard?

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Well done Jetta 

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You know what is missing from this game? More injuries. I’m sick of never getting any mid game injuries 

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