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It will be interesting to see how the Power perform after a 4 day break. Was the Dees performance off a 4 day break just an aberration?

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Nothing gets my pecker harder than the bombers giving up a 5 goal lead. 5816 days without winning a final and long may it continue!

Does Ward deserve a fine for his dive? I’m in two minds, I hate divers but I also love seeing Essendon lose after a dodgy free kick is paid against them. 

Ward free was there Russian judge gave him an 8.8 for the pirouette midair

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16 minutes ago, Demonland said:

Who are you tipping this week?

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It will be interesting to see how the Power perform after a 4 day break. Was the Dees performance off a 4 day break just an aberration?

Dees didn’t tire or show fatigue.  They could not kick or handball. Not a new problem !  It’s been years of this. 

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Will be interesting to see what Port’s pressure rating is by the end of the game. They are the ones oming off the 4 day break this week.

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well i woulda tipped port, i think, but they've looked pretty flat - if footscray had kicked straight in that first quarter they'd be a mile up

tigers?
cats
....ugh.......them (i think we'll do what we always do, and gift a crappy team an easy win)
the filth
aints
gw$

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10 hours ago, spirit of norm smith said:

Dees didn’t tire or show fatigue.  They could not kick or handball. Not a new problem !  It’s been years of this. 

Sad but true s.o.n.s.

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8 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Port may be knackered (10 inside 50’s) but they are having a serious crack

Unlike the Demons who were not switched on

The tackling pressure and chasing by the doggies is what is showing what we lacked.

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1 minute ago, leave it to deever said:

The tackling pressure and chasing by the doggies is what is showing what we lacked.

I am listening to the Radio and interested only in terms of Port Adelaide fronting up after 4 days. 
the MFC don’t like breaking through that pain barrier...

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5 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

Remember when tmac used to play and kick goals like that robbie gray?

Seems eons ago now.

I feel for Tom

i think he now has a foot 🦶 that doesn’t work properly 

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6 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I feel for Tom

i think he now has a foot 🦶 that doesn’t work properly 

Something not right. Shadow of his former self.

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Just now, leave it to deever said:

Something not right. Shadow of his former self.

Yes and i have never questioned TMac’s committment 

He could hardly move last week, it was hard to watch

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Dixon getting the job done one end, bruce struggling down the other. Seriously he has been a shocking recruit. Fumbles, dropping marks that he should take and this season his kicking has been ordinary. 

In saying that the time we play them he will have the perfect game. 

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Dogs have no forwards. Putting Bont there is just poor coaching. They can't get the ball to him.

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Well there you have it. 3/4 time and Port’s pressure rating has been elite.

Officially no excuses for the turd sandwich served up last week.

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