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WELCOME TO THE MELBOURNE FOOTBALL CLUB - LUKE JACKSON


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9 minutes ago, ignition. said:

Found it on Twitter before, not sure if there are any longer versions in the article tho, can't get through the paywall

Dogga argued it was him that changed the momentum in the 3rd, not Brayshaw

 

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8 minutes ago, ignition. said:

These nothing in the video. Just a couple of cops talking to him and pointing in the distance. Nothing aggressive or stupid to be seen.

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10 minutes ago, adonski said:

Found it on Twitter before, not sure if there are any longer versions in the article tho, can't get through the paywall

Dogga argued it was him that changed the momentum in the 3rd, not Brayshaw

 

The cop probably said one planet was enough for the human race, no need to look for other inhabitable planets... Dogga couldn't believe it*

(*as discussed on Gus And Gawny)

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29 minutes ago, adonski said:

Found it on Twitter before, not sure if there are any longer versions in the article tho, can't get through the paywall

Dogga argued it was him that changed the momentum in the 3rd, not Brayshaw

 

Dogga: "And then, after that goal, they put English on me! No [censored] chance after that, the Doggies." 

Copper (pointing in the direction of Optus): "But don't you want to play there all the time, for the Dockers?"

Dogga (Putting head in hands): "Nah mate, no way, my heart beats true."

The end.

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3 minutes ago, AmDamDemon said:

Dogga: "And then, after that goal, they put English on me! No [censored] chance after that, the Doggies." 

Copper (pointing in the direction of Optus): "But don't you want to play there all the time, for the Dockers?"

Dogga (Putting head in hands): "Nah mate, no way, my heart beats true."

The end.

Apparently he proceeded to remove his pants to show the cops his Premiership tattoo 

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1 hour ago, Vineytime said:

Going to be the best player in the comp very soon. An absolute gun and champion fella to match. 

Turned a Grand Final in his second (first full) year. 
PS had fantastic comrades in arms to help him. 

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3 hours ago, adonski said:

Found it on Twitter before, not sure if there are any longer versions in the article tho, can't get through the paywall

Dogga argued it was him that changed the momentum in the 3rd, not Brayshaw

 

These cops are paid employees of the MFC to ensure he never, ever wants to return to Perth. Well played once again Gary Pert…

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10 hours ago, Demon Disciple said:

Need to stick a loooooong contract in front of him, may as well give one to Riv as well. Both are will be guns very very soon.

 

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On 9/30/2021 at 10:26 AM, durango said:

He is now the ruckman that all young talls will try to emulate because he has changed the ruckman role to a 4th midfielder

Taught Maxie how to do it too. Maxie gets many clearances and kicks long running goals.

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Club has spoken both with Jacko and his parents (who very well could move down here) and it's all been dealt with. Absolutely no issue here.

Not related to this specifically, but there's been a team meeting since where the players, lead by Gawn, have spoken about how it's now time to wind up the celebrations and start preparing for '22. They know teams will be coming hard for them and they will be judged on what happens next season.

 

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7 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Club has spoken both with Jacko and his parents (who very well could move down here) and it's all been dealt with. Absolutely no issue here.

Not related to this specifically, but there's been a team meeting since where the players, lead by Gawn, have spoken about how it's now time to wind up the celebrations and start preparing for '22. They know teams will be coming hard for them and they will be judged on what happens next season.

 

Good to know! Sounds like he absolutely loves the club now. Hopefully he signs an extra 2 year extension and then after that it will be his pay day....

I also saw on his Insta he is back training with the PT he did last year who helped transform his body. Will be great to see how he comes back day one of pre season! Will probably be an absolute beast. Gawn will have to play second fiddle....

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18 minutes ago, Action Jackson said:

Good to know! Sounds like he absolutely loves the club now. Hopefully he signs an extra 2 year extension and then after that it will be his pay day....

I also saw on his Insta he is back training with the PT he did last year who helped transform his body. Will be great to see how he comes back day one of pre season! Will probably be an absolute beast. Gawn will have to play second fiddle....

Yep I was delighted to see him back training with a PT already!

I hope the guys all come back in great shape. There are a few on the list who will be pushing hard after missing out this year. I am sure they are all very keen to go again.

 

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3 hours ago, tiers said:

Taught Maxie how to do it too. Maxie gets many clearances and kicks long running goals.

One can see a huge amount of mutual respect between LJ and Max - they feed off each other.

Waiting for LJ to start kicking the odd bag of goals like Max in PF.

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