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33 minutes ago, mauriesy said:

Well it's a silly opinion. Measuring who gets a holiday by how hard you perceive someone has worked throughout the year and merits time off.

You'd be a hit on the coaching panel.

Stick to singing 🎤 depressing songs in the English weather Morrissey. 

I don’t care what you think concerning my posts. 

If you are happy with Jack Viney’s season then you have low standards of output 

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5 hours ago, binman said:

Might be tricky to build into the CBA

No, easy. All players wanting to take leave must apply to the WYL Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(joke!!!!!!)

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1 hour ago, Mazer Rackham said:

No, easy. All players wanting to take leave must apply to the WYL Truth and Reconciliation Commission.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(joke!!!!!!)

A very good and most innovative idea 💡 MR

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4 minutes ago, Brownie said:

Most players get off during a final series. Steve O'Dwyer was about the only one who has ever been done. It further proves what a sick institution AFL is.

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" The AFL’s case did not make reference to Greene making contact with Bontempelli’s eyes "

Strange... the media were full of the eye gouging story this morning.

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Overt thuggery, player vulnerable on the ground, bringing the game into disrepute, close up for all the kids on prime time TV, strong track record for violence and sniping throughout the career, for a franchise club moving into week 2 of the finals = a fine.

Incidental contact, in the flow of play, maybe late, maybe not (Melbourne player, as an example Steven May in the JLT says hello) = 2 weeks...........

Gotta love the frauds in the AFL who run (ruin) our game.

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Outrageous decision concerning Greene. 

Having had a fair amount of eye surgery over the years

Corruption at the highest level on the Sporting front. 

Disgusted

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1 hour ago, Brownie said:

The Afl's pet team looked after again.

Greene gets to play next week

Come on, was there any doubt whatsoever? After the Captain Cotchin episode?

 

1 hour ago, Diamond_Jim said:

" The AFL’s case did not make reference to Greene making contact with Bontempelli’s eyes "

Strange... the media were full of the eye gouging story this morning.

In the year 2019, the AFL does not even need to implicity threaten withdrawal of media credentials. It's simply understood.

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15 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Stick to singing 🎤 depressing songs in the English weather Morrissey. 

I don’t care what you think concerning my posts. 

If you are happy with Jack Viney’s season then you have low standards of output 

I was by no means happy with the team's output this season, but I'll be blowed if I'm going to extend the complaining to Jack Viney eating an ice cream on holiday, or thinking that denying them a break would help

And if I need to feel depressed I can just come on here and read more than 36,000 of your posts, 99.9% of which are negative. You should take a break for your own well-being. Constant and relentless negativity isn't good for you or anyone else.

If you feel the need to come on here and make 20 posts a day that are complaining and carping about this football club, you should also question the influence supporters like you are having on how the Melbourne Football Club is regarded and the reason it might be considered "irrelevant". Although, luckily, some keyboard warrior on Demonland is hardly relevant or influential either.

When the club's own supporters are overwhelmingly and relentlessly bleating, what hope have we got of ever being positive about the future of this great club?

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1 hour ago, mauriesy said:

I was by no means happy with the team's output this season, but I'll be blowed if I'm going to extend the complaining to Jack Viney eating an ice cream on holiday, or thinking that denying them a break would help

And if I need to feel depressed I can just come on here and read more than 36,000 of your posts, 99.9% of which are negative. You should take a break for your own well-being. Constant and relentless negativity isn't good for you or anyone else.

If you feel the need to come on here and make 20 posts a day that are complaining and carping about this football club, you should also question the influence supporters like you are having on how the Melbourne Football Club is regarded and the reason it might be considered "irrelevant". Although, luckily, some keyboard warrior on Demonland is hardly relevant or influential either.

When the club's own supporters are overwhelmingly and relentlessly bleating, what hope have we got of ever being positive about the future of this great club?

Hit the ignore button Pal

and refrain from speaking to me again. 

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1 hour ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Hit the ignore button Pal

and refrain from speaking to me again. 

Devastating answer, which bit of 'you are a tiresome whiner', don't you get

You are like a broken record in every thread

Everybody acknowledges we had a rubbish season, looking with interest on how we are going to turn it around, but don't need to keep returning to the past

Would love to be looking forward to a final this weekend, but ain't gonna happen, so will find something else to do

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2 minutes ago, Satyriconhome said:

Devastating answer, which bit of 'you are a tiresome whiner', don't you get

You are like a broken record in every thread

Everybody acknowledges we had a rubbish season, looking with interest on how we are going to turn it around, but don't need to keep returning to the past

Would love to be looking forward to a final this weekend, but ain't gonna happen, so will find something else to do

Good. Off ya toddle

i have no interest in what you have to say

How many times have i asked you to leave me alone??

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17 hours ago, dieter said:

Most players get off during a final series. Steve O'Dwyer was about the only one who has ever been done. It further proves what a sick institution AFL is.

He's not bad is he though.

I was reading he's been charged 16 times and received a total of 6 weeks suspension.

Protected species throughout his career.

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3 minutes ago, Brownie said:

He's not bad is he though.

I was reading he's been charged 16 times and received a total of 6 weeks suspension.

Protected species throughout his career.

Absolutely 

he works for the Franchaise

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42 minutes ago, Brownie said:

He's not bad is he though.

I was reading he's been charged 16 times and received a total of 6 weeks suspension.

Protected species throughout his career.

Could be coz he says sorry so sweetly, do you think? 

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4 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Hit the ignore button Pal

and refrain from speaking to me again. 

Unfortunately, you don't get to determine who I respond to on Demonland.

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10 minutes ago, mauriesy said:

Unfortunately, you don't get to determine who I respond to on Demonland.

Correct. So deal with other people’s opinions. 

You are just another happy clapper who will accept whatever swill the club throws your way

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2 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Correct. So deal with other people’s opinions. 

No. When they're nonsense, I'll deal with yours.

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2 hours ago, Brownie said:

He's not bad is he though.

I was reading he's been charged 16 times and received a total of 6 weeks suspension.

Protected species throughout his career.

Just looked at the AFL website.  Talk about burying the news.

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5 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Good. Off ya toddle

i have no interest in what you have to say

How many times have i asked you to leave me alone??

You really do need to lighten up Greta, this is just a game

Like @mauriesy said it's not good being negative all the time

And you expected Greene to be suspended during finals, as if

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