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Monday morning at work when footy discussions start:

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Same shizen, different round.

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HIGH, Richmond...

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0 tackles for Viney and Jones. Was at the game and saw Jones Coast off the back of packs trying to get cheap touches. Didn’t see him get into a sprint once. His done.

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Standard late season game between a contender and a team just waiting for it all to be over...

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Extremely lucky to be within 5 goals. Richmond was in second gear and toyed with us. Dry conditions and they'd have run away in the second half even more than they did.

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Posted (edited)

Dont know how Max gets the motivation to play with these blokes.

Their lucky they cant look him in the eye.

Edited by leave it to deever
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1 minute ago, McQueen said:

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This is a terrible meme.

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1 minute ago, olisik said:

0 tackles for Viney and Jones. Was at the game and saw Jones Coast off the back of packs trying to get cheap touches. Didn’t see him get into a sprint once. His done.

And we will throw him a year extension, if not two.

 

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Following the cricket now. 😞

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Lucky to be that close. What a horrible season.

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1 minute ago, praha said:

Extremely lucky to be within 5 goals. Richmond was in second gear and toyed with us. Dry conditions and they'd have run away in the second half even more than they did.

Really?

I thought we were magnificent and Richmond just played out of their skins on this occasion. 

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In the words of Homer Simpson 'they're the suckiest bunch of sucks that ever sucked'

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1 minute ago, praha said:

Extremely lucky to be within 5 goals. Richmond was in second gear and toyed with us. Dry conditions and they'd have run away in the second half even more than they did.

I agree that Richmond didn’t look like they got out of second gear, but the wet suited them massively. We are the worst team in the comp in the wet, they are the best. Could have been much closer if it stayed dry. Not that it really matters. They would have beaten us either way.

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Posted (edited)

I’d love to ask Glenn Bartlett what his criteria for an external revue is (if falling from top 4 to second bottom doesn’t justify it).

Turn up the heat Glenn. It’s your job mate.

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2 minutes ago, praha said:

This is a terrible meme.

Don’t knock Toy Story - man. 

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The end of this season honestly can't come quickly enough. What an unmitigated disaster of a year.

Maxy, I hope you enjoy your second B&F trophy. You've bloody earned it.

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Yeah switched it off and watched the cricket when graham kicked the goal from the boundary... 

Aussie bowlers have done very well getting us back into the test!! 

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Max practicing for next years Captaincy.

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4 minutes ago, olisik said:

0 tackles for Viney and Jones. Was at the game and saw Jones Coast off the back of packs trying to get cheap touches. Didn’t see him get into a sprint once. His done.

Strange this is what you take out of the game. Every week it is a similar troll.

 

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Posted (edited)

I get that it's late in the year and whatnot, but it always feels like Gawn is the only one trying to win the game back when things start to turn against us.

(With apologies to Oliver, Frost, Hibbard, Petracca)

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