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Given it’s officially the crazy season, I’ll put forward that the MFC look for a Croad like return for our prodigal son, Jess “the HULK” Hogan...

maybe not this year... or even next year but then bring him home...

#2022BringJessHome

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He'd wanna get on the park a bit more next year...

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Haha

I'm waiting for the bring back Scully / Trengove & Toumpas threads

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Jesse was much loved. It’s a fair call but wildly optimistic.   It will depend on his family and his heart ... and his body.  I worry that he is injury prone and the footy world may not ever see him at his very very best.  

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2 minutes ago, Unleash Hell said:

Haha

I'm waiting for the bring back Scully / Trengove & Toumpas threads

Be careful what you wish for... 

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Oh FFS, just what we need, the constant speculation of his off field behaviour and the go home factor all over again.

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1 hour ago, PaulRB said:

Given it’s officially the crazy season, I’ll put forward that the MFC look for a Croad like return for our prodigal son, Jess “the HULK” Hogan...

maybe not this year... or even next year but then bring him home...

#2022BringJessHome

 

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Can you hear me Paul!  Can you hear me!?  It's not too late...come back, come back!

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1 hour ago, PaulRB said:

Given it’s officially the crazy season, I’ll put forward that the MFC look for a Croad like return for our prodigal son, Jess “the HULK” Hogan...

maybe not this year... or even next year but then bring him home...

#2022BringJessHome

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‘Basil’ (as he’s known as over here) is loving being back in the west close to family and friends, won’t happen, ever. 

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I was over in Perth for work about a month ago and spoke to several freo supporters. None of them are very impressed with Hogan. They don’t hold high hopes of him being a consistent performer. 

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He left us with a navicular problem and it derailed his season.

They are a shocking injury and have ended careers.

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11 hours ago, Redleg said:

He left us with a navicular problem and it derailed his season.

They are a shocking injury and have ended careers.

He reinjured it as well in the game against us, hopefully he gets it right, hate seeing players careers ruined by injury

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On 9/20/2019 at 5:31 PM, PaulRB said:

Given it’s officially the crazy season, I’ll put forward that the MFC look for a Croad like return for our prodigal son, Jess “the HULK” Hogan...

maybe not this year... or even next year but then bring him home...

#2022BringJessHome

With you on this, and I bet theres plenty of other Demon supporters whod love to bring him back 'home' to the MFC.

No idea if its realistic or not and how hes liking being back in Perth but geez it would be nice to get him.

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Posted (edited)

His season so far has been bog ordinary. 

On 9/20/2019 at 7:28 PM, Nelo said:

I was over in Perth for work about a month ago and spoke to several freo supporters. None of them are very impressed with Hogan. They don’t hold high hopes of him being a consistent performer. 

I live in Perth now and that is the consensus from the Freo people I speak to. Supporters feel they have been  duped again after McCarthy and brought home another lemon. So far this season he has been very ordinary and I am sure they would be happy to pass the problem child back to us. 

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It's not Hogan we miss, it's what he does. He ain't coming back whether he wants to or not, but there are a couple of options in the free agent market this year. Needs to be our main focus this offseason.

 

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5 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

It's not Hogan we miss, it's what he does. He ain't coming back whether he wants to or not, but there are a couple of options in the free agent market this year. Needs to be our main focus this offseason.

 

That's a stupid comment. We don't miss hogan, just everything that he offered, which we haven't looked close to replacing.

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Well all I can say is our forward line has been shizen since he left. Draw what cinclusions you want.

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2 hours ago, Lord Nev said:

It's not Hogan we miss, it's what he does. He ain't coming back whether he wants to or not, but there are a couple of options in the free agent market this year. Needs to be our main focus this offseason.

 

just curious : who?

 

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21 minutes ago, wretched.sylph said:

just curious : who?

 

Jeremy Cameron is a RFA. 

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21 minutes ago, wretched.sylph said:

just curious : who?

 

In order of preference (for mine anyway), J.Cameron, Casboult, Daniher.

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1 hour ago, dl4e said:

Well all I can say is our forward line has been shizen since he left. Draw what cinclusions you want.

That is a fact, no doubt

Completely stagnated

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1 hour ago, Lord Nev said:

In order of preference (for mine anyway), J.Cameron, Casboult, Daniher.

Cameron would be awesome - will never come to us, probably Collingwood or even Carlton or Essendon.

Daniher and Casboult? No [censored] way!! If the club signed either of those two hacks I would be done.

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