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Just now, Redleg said:

Fair enough sack him tonight. Goodwin should have kicked those  5 gimme goals. 

No forward line, 9-1 frees against and dumb goal kicking from our boys. 

Did I say we should sack him?

Perhaps one of our coaches should tell the players where the wind is going and how to kick for goal? Or perhaps we should practice our skills? Or maybe ANB shouldn’t be getting games when he’s so bad?

I mentioned the umpiring is a disgrace but so is our skills and defensive efforts and that is 100% on the coaches  

 

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Reckon Viney has done his shoulder trying to do a meaningless hip and shoulder.

Edit - scratch that (for now). Still on the ground.

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Petty should not wear the jumper again

unforgivable 

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At least one good move today is putting Fritsch up forward. Natural position for him and one he can finally play with no backline injuries. 

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2 minutes ago, Dee Zephyr said:

Hunt is working extremely hard so far. He’s covering a fair bit of territory.

stop being so positive !

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2 minutes ago, Jaded said:

ANB is constantly on the ground. It’s like he plays horizontally. 

He is seriously barely VFL standard at present Jaded.  In patches he might look VFL worthy but that's about it.

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A cold chill gripped my heart when I realised BT is smarter than our playing squad.

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Fritsch might just be a forward. Who'd have thunk that?

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Goodwin finally moved Fritsch forward. Took him about 15 rounds of reaction speed for Goodwin there.

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1 minute ago, Rusty Nails said:

Harmes steps directly back over his mark while assessing his options and is immediately called to play on "off the line...play on"

Umpires have a preconceived idea of who will win. 

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Great to see Bailey playing fwd at long last. He is a class above our other fwds 

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Demons get a free, then take the advantage, umpire calls advantage, some other umpire calls us back! What the [censored]

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Omg this lady umpire is making me so angry. What a disgrace you are. From one lady to another, don’t quit your day job love!

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Petty needs to work harder to get front position if he is going to play forward.

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Just now, —coach— said:

Demons get a free, then take the advantage, umpire calls advantage, some other umpire calls us back! What the [censored]

so many whistles then nobody knew what was going on

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If Viney or Jones are captain next year we aren’t being serious.

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We get shafted even when we do get a free kick.

Streaming forward into space. No advantage, bring it back.

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The female umpire just asked “Jake Lever” no 8 for the eagles to get back on the mark. The evidence of incompetence just continues to mount, minute by minute, game by game.

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