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9 minutes ago, Pennant St Dee said:

Wasn't having a go Sue @McQueen @Bobby McKenzie @Ethan Tremblay can all tell you how bad the media are over here. They never say anything against the Eagles 

The West Australian and Channel 7 WA are absolute cheerleaders and the continued worship for Cousins, Kerr etc is an embarrassment 

Absolutely. You can add Mainwaring to those names as well. 

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1 minute ago, Pennant St Dee said:

Happy to say I got the Liam Ryan call wrong, never thought he'd put the hard yards in to play consistent footy at this level

Credit to him and the hardwork put in by Phil Narkle and Ryan

Best half he has played. Good time to do it

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I know this may sound stupid but I never actually realised how good Nic Nat's ruck work is. His leap is brilliant and they look so much better when he is in the centre taking the ruck contest. I still think he doesn't do enough around the ground and could be more dominant.

Hopefully west coast put there foot down this quarter and kick away. Smsh them and don't let essenscum back in it. 

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1 minute ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Best half he has played. Good time to do it

He pushed the boundaries in the off season and I thought there was another Sampi coming but after blowing off some steam he got right back into it, with some strong guidance 

One reason why we should never let Nev Jetta leave the club

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2 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

I know this may sound stupid but I never actually realised how good Nic Nat's ruck work is. His leap is brilliant and they look so much better when he is in the centre taking the ruck contest. I still think he doesn't do enough around the ground and could be more dominant.

Hopefully west coast put there foot down this quarter and kick away. Smsh them and don't let essenscum back in it. 

Great game, first up. Looks in tune straight away

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1 minute ago, Pennant St Dee said:

He pushed the boundaries in the off season and I thought there was another Sampi coming but after blowing off some steam he got right back into it, with some strong guidance 

One reason why we should never let Nev Jetta leave the club

West Coast’s small players have been superb tonight

But now only 24 points.....

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Absolutely. You can add Mainwaring to those names as well, 

Yes how ridiculous they used to have a charity match in honour of him. I'll leave it there because he has passed but a tainted man in many ways

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3 minutes ago, Pennant St Dee said:

Yes how ridiculous they used to have a charity match in honour of him. I'll leave it there because he has passed but a tainted man in many ways

Yep, nothing against him, more a dig at the media. 

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Shiel’s kicking has let him down tonight however his run and carry would be very handy. 

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Some serious beast mode by Nic Nat tonight.

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30 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Absolutely. You can add Mainwaring to those names as well. 

Yep and remember Chad Fletcher basically flat lining I think in Vegas. That was swept under the carpet to. Sadly I fear Cousins will head one way to. 

Anyway 1 more quarter and hopefully we see the bummers out. Stringer I know is an easy target but when he just stood there and waited for the ball to come to him instead of going for the mark in the goal square was funny. 

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3 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Yep and remember Chad Fletcher basically flat lining I think in Vegas. That was swept under the carpet to. Sadly I fear Cousins will head one way to. 

Anyway 1 more quarter and hopefully we see the bummers out. Stringer I know is an easy target but when he just stood there and waited for the ball to come to him instead of going for the mark in the goal square was funny. 

That Flat lining was incredible. It would have been 5 x the story if It had not been in Perth

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6 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

That Flat lining was incredible. It would have been 5 x the story if It had not been in Perth

EssUndone are the ones flat lining tonight.  

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Merrett and Parish being show up for the soft players they are. 

Bombers team has talent but no strength/leadership to stand up in finals. 

The worst recent record in finals of all teams

suck on that bombers fans

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Will The Pharmacist get shafted in favor of Golden Boy?

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54 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Shiel’s kicking has let him down tonight however his run and carry would be very handy. 

If Shiel shot an arrow in the air he'd miss

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36 minutes ago, monoccular said:

Will The Pharmacist get shafted in favor of Golden Boy?

You do wonder whether the Chemist will make it through Summer. 

The Essendonian Masonic Lodge is getting restless

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Well tonight all is well with the world. The bummers got kicked out of the finals, bomberblitz is in melt down with there fans angry and blaming woosha and now I don't have to hear about them this September. 

Have a nice flight home bummers players and the supporters. 

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35 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

You do wonder whether the Chemist will make it through Summer. 

The Essendonian Masonic Lodge is getting restless

My money’s on him coming west and coaching Fremantle or if Longmuir gets the job, some other role at Fremantle. He’s done at Essendon. I believe his wife and kids have already moved back here. 

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29 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

My money’s on him coming west and coaching Fremantle or if Longmuir gets the job, some other role at Fremantle. He’s done at Essendon. I believe his wife and kids have already moved back here. 

He is originally from East Fremantle i think, so it would make sense

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