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ANb could have been a star

just not good enough

good night Dees see you next year

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I really feel sorry for Gawn, he’s to talented to be in our team

Lever is such a horrible kick,

 Salem would have to be one of the worst hand ballers in the comp.

Brayshaw barely got out of a trot in the second half.

frustrating to support this pathetic team.

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Interesting to see the difference between looking to hit targets and blind bombs. So nice of the team to demonstrate both styles in the same game for comparison.

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Absolutely no leadership. Lever spends a lot of time pointing before turning it over. Jones should be retired on the basis of that last kick. Salem has become lazy. 

Fritter and Gawn outstanding.

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I do think Lewis   looks great in Demon colours !!

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1 minute ago, sisso said:

Experts at finding a way to stuff it up

Win the hitouts and clearances by a mile - and lose.

Another coaching disaster from someone in the FD team.

Not to mention the 3.1 to 1.7 final quarter scoreline

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A sad end to an even sadder season. Goodbye 2019, time to urinate on the ashes. 

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Love Lewis's comment to roughy, "if you were out here you would have found me open" shows how little faith he had in his team mates. Must be hard to run to space knowing 3 guys out if 22 will hit you.

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Leaving aside the fact that you screwed me out of a $400 pot in my tipping comp, way to screw yourselves out of a positive end to the year Dees.

See ya next year Melbourne!

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Hunt's panic handball to Norf's favour & Jones' kick not long after.

So many flawed footballers it's almost impossible to beat anyone.

CLEAN HALF THIS LIST OUT and start over!

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Season 2019 hey?

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5 minutes ago, DeeZee said:

That was sad.

1 goal seven on the last.

In front and not clever enough to hang on.

No it was ten goal into the wind and only 2 goal with the wind. 

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Hore won't make it at this level. Turnover merchant. Jones giving the coaching department a warning of what's to come if he plays seniors next year.

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3 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Time to hang up the Boots Jones..

yep just turns it over. should have won but of course we did not            I am  furious  what else is new

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Thank God it’s finally over. Skills, skills, skills, outside run and somehow get some game/situation awareness. Just a team of dumb footballers.

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And I am outta here...

 

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See you next season.

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Glad we didn't win tbh. We would have spent the next few months licking the last few drops of bath water up from winning 1 meaningless game. Fully official rock bottom. so time to see how they respond. No more 'this will burn', no more 'looking for positives', time for them to show us as supporters and the wider footy community if they're competitors or just employees.

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Is there any chance ANB can ever kick straight from 30 metres out??

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It is like being kicked in the guts and sent off down [censored] creek in a barbwire canoe.

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After the siren it looked like Melksham was discussing with Jones the virtue of kicking down the line... Plenty of head shaking

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Just now, Big Carl said:

Is there any chance ANB can ever kick straight from 30 metres out??

Yes but more than likely at another club...somewhere.

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Fritta and Gawn were amazing today, but too many B graders.

Seen enough of Stretch Wagner Spargo ANB and JKH 

Jones one more year ands that’s about it.

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