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Take me back to Round 18 2018. Oh wait .... That was the Geelong game at GMHBAXYZ Stadium.

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A few Carlton mates have gone bonkers. They are truly cheering for Essendon tonight simply for the pick swap deal. Madness!

Would love it if the Hawks rolled the Cats and just keep rolling on Brissy. What luxury the Lions have, they win by 8 goals at Port and can afford to omit 3 players for 3 very good ones.

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Bruce is a flo.g.  Apparently Essendon have the biggest injury list of most important players in the league.  Savaloy on the soft palette, I reckon.

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Some very big games this weekend for shaping the 4 and the eight.

Absolute #^&* that ours isn't one of them.

I see they are talking of Caleb Daniels as possible AA so there is hope for Spartacus yet.

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Since when did Essendrug and The Camry Crows have Similar jumpers

What a pathetic Joke

Hocking’s call again was it???

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17 minutes ago, buck_nekkid said:

Bruce is a flo.g.  Apparently Essendon have the biggest injury list of most important players in the league.  Savaloy on the soft palette, I reckon.

I heard that rubbish too...

Bruce is often wrong....

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19 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Since when did Essendrug and The Camry Crows have Similar jumpers

What a pathetic Joke

Hocking’s call again was it???

I just turned it on - I agree, what rubbish, though I suppose there will be some $$$$ in it for the AFL so that is the most important thing, isn't it?  Too bad it looks more confusing to us ordinary spectators hat the Druggies' normal jumper.

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Always happy to see EssUndon undone, but OMG that "protected zone" rule is just a travesty.

Yet another triumph from Shocking and Dill.

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1 minute ago, monoccular said:

I just turned it on - I agree, what rubbish, though I suppose there will be some $$$$ in it for the AFL so that is the most important thing, isn't it?  Too bad it looks more confusing to us ordinary spectators hat the Druggies' normal jumper.

Exactly. I think it irks me more, because that is truly a rubbish looking jumper that Essendrug have hastily designed. It looks awful

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Sheesh, I saw about 4 kicks that travelled a total distance of 7 metres and the marks were paid before Jenkins’ 4th.

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31 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Since when did Essendrug and The Camry Crows have Similar jumpers

What a pathetic Joke

Hocking’s call again was it???

I have no issue with the druggos being forced to wear their away jumper. Should be more of it.

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1 minute ago, FireInTheBelly said:

I have no issue with the druggos being forced to wear their away jumper. Should be more of it.

Should be orange jump suits 🙄

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5 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Christ Adelaide do not lose this. We do not want to see essenscum win

But looks like they got an extra dose of “good stuff”.  

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Don Pyke silent staredown coming up. Hopeless Crows. Their midfielders can get the ball but some of them have the turning circle of the Titanic.

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When is heat going to be on pyke? This team made the gf 2 years ago. They were up a depleted essendon and after 1/2 time have only kicked 3 goals to 10. 

Thanks for wrecking Friday night footy Adelaide 

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Hate is a strong word and I don’t hate many things in life, but by god I hate the Essendon Football Club. No other club compares....and to think I used to think Richmond and Collingwood came close..

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Adelaide - a choke of Normanic proportions.

Maybe Pikers as well as chokers?

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