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2 minutes ago, Demonland said:

This play on at all costs does not work for us. 

I could say something here... :roos:

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Left of screen is obvious scoring end. Let’s see if Goodwin is smart enough to lock down the game in the 3rd or not

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1 minute ago, FireInTheBelly said:

How can you pay holding the ball when it hit his foot?

There are so many times (across all games and teams) when they should pay that and don't and the one they pay is against us. 

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1 minute ago, Dee Since 73 said:

Why TF did Petracca handball to Viney.....For Christ's sake back yourself and move the ball forward and take a risk.

I actually blame Viney for that one, he never should have made himself a handballing option, we've done this all season

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Laughably back in the game!

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Well done MAY!

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Imagine that...Fristchkreig into a forward role after the season is shot! 

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We should be a few goals up here. 

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Random question.  Why in our home game did a west coast fan toss the coin? 

I must say lewis is holding McGovern to account

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Playing some decent footy here for a change.

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Wow Fritta has been awesome!!!

Lewis and Gawn really stood up that game as did Viney!

C'mon dees we can win this!

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Fritsch up forward. Who would’ve thought that was a smart coaching move! 🤪

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2020 premiers!

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2 minutes ago, olisik said:

Left of screen is obvious scoring end. Let’s see if Goodwin is smart enough to lock down the game in the 3rd or not

No it isn't we just kicked shizen to the right

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Obviously we've changed coaches at quarter time.

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Just now, dees189227 said:

Random question.  Why in our home game did a west coast fan toss the coin? 

I must say lewis is holding McGovern to account

We had the call of the toss too, which is usually reserved for the away team I'm pretty sure.

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1 minute ago, dees189227 said:

Random question.  Why in our home game did a west coast fan toss the coin? 

I must say lewis is holding McGovern to account

Yeah, and why was there a bloody Eagle? Lol

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1 minute ago, Lord Travis said:

Laughably back in the game!

Come on theyre trying their guts out against a classy opposition on an away ground

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Lewis up forward isn’t so bad an option. Looking better then Spargo, Hannan, ANB, Garlett any other small forward we have.

If he keeps this up he could get himself another contract 

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24 minutes ago, olisik said:

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

Two years you mean.

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I'm annoyed at you Goodwin.

Fritsch was always a forward. Always.

True potential wasted in the back line

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