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We are a [censored] joke.

 

Our forward coach needs the bullet immediately.

 

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Lol any one see ANB fall over nothing there? 

What a [censored] joke 

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Lewis having to telling Harmes to have a shot after marking from 40 out directly in front.....

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We’re effectively one man down with ANB out there.

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Just now, praha said:

Lewis having to telling Harmes to have a shot after marking from 40 out directly in front.....

Still didn't take the shot haha. 

We are so [censored].

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2 minutes ago, bing181 said:

Jetta underdone.

Absolutely looks it, and such a shame to see. He's been rushed back

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How the FD chose ANB over Dunkley is beyond me.  Its like playing one player short.  Dunkley wouldn't offer much more but at least potentially has a future.  The only reason i can think of is Dunkley was injured or too sore but even then i wouldn't select ANB.  Goody seriously has no idea.

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9 minutes ago, Jaded said:

Goodwin is the right man. Everything will be fine next year. Injuries are why we can’t kick goals or won’t practice our skills. Our game plan is perfect for finals. Never mind if we don’t make finals. Finishing 17th is understandable and acceptable. Nothing to see here. 

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. 

Petty just missed 10 out. Blame who deserves it, the players. They are Coach killers.

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1 minute ago, GCDee said:

Lol any one see ANB fall over nothing there? 

What a [censored] joke 

 

2 minutes ago, wizardinoz said:

Absolute joke. Will get beaten by 100.

end the bloody home and way season  quick......  fair dinkum   this so painful

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Wow Jayden Hunt just handpassed to a player lying on the ground...

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Just now, Rusty Nails said:

How the FD chose ANB over Dunkley is beyond me.  Its like playing one player short.  Dunkley wouldn't offer much more but at least potentially has a future.  The only reason i can think of is Dunkley was injured or too sore but even then i wouldn't select ANB.  Goody seriously has no idea.

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

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OMFG

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

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1 minute ago, olisik said:

Wow Jayden Hunt just handpassed to a player lying on the ground...

Kaos game plan at its finest, bet the opposition didn’t expect that 😂

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

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Seriously get a kicking coach. It is absolutely disgraceful today. Petty come on. You kicked those last week 

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