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44 minutes ago, Delusional demon 82 said:

My recollection was that when big man Wallis punched 18yr old Brad Green it was Hardwick that was also holding Green too 

Pretty ****house comments by dimma but clearly a deflecting tactic away from that mercenary lynch now also a grub player 

the hit by long looked even more terrible than I remember it 

3 of the four weeks served in preseason ... i forgot that - what a [censored] joke... even back then 

Yes my wife has said it was Dimma holding Green when he was assaulted from something she heard on radio. She is not Melbourne. If this is true I hope our Melbourne media people go to town on this despicable act. Imagine throwing barbs about the 2000 final knowing you held a first year player so he could be punched by a fellow thug. Yes I suppose after saying that maybe that is why Dimma is upset I mean compared to the weak, sniping [censored] he and his fellow players did under Sheedy, Lynch is an alter boy! 

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4 minutes ago, KLV said:

Check this out, Hardwick’s response to criticism of tom lynch by David Schwarz 

https://wwos.nine.com.au/afl/tom-lynch-drama-gets-personal-as-richmond-coach-damien-hardwick-hits-back-at-david-schwarz-criticism/34108234-50cb-4e74-a9f0-e0e1886c4c3d

I’ve held Hardwick in some esteem for his efforts with the tigers, but these remarks display, at the end of the day, a fragile ego and a nasty streak.
Smugly sniggering at a football player showing emotion. Great message for the kids d***head.

 

Where’s the love gone Dimma? Dr Jekyll turns out to be Mr Hyde! 

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3 hours ago, dice said:

Exactly. Maybe someone in the media should remind Hardwick of that incident and why Schwarz was so upset ("crying")

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D772QjpqD7o

 

All these years I’ve always wondered where Neitz was when all this happened? Seemed like Schwarz was the only one flying the flag.

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13 minutes ago, Hellish Inferno said:

Has the Ox hit back? Fairly rich coming from Hardwick...

Ox brushed it off.  Said if you give it out in the media, you're going to have to take it sometimes.  He disagreed with Dimma's view of the GF in 2000 and Ox crying, but he didn't hit back.  

But then, he didn't need to.  Dimma did enough damage to his own reputation with those comments.  Made himself look like a massive sook and a sniper, which he has always been.

Also, that clip from 2000 makes my blood boil... until you see Lloyd come flying in with the softest effort I've ever seen.  Still makes me laugh to this day.

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3 hours ago, Nasher said:

Damn. I'd forgotten how sick that bump was. I'm not normally a big lover of "flying the flag" but I love seeing the Ox in that instance. How about the body slam on Hird.

Even though that was a hundred years ago now, it's hard to not still hate that f-ing club.

Don’t try and resist

Hate them for eternity. 
 

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24 minutes ago, Earl Hood said:

Yes my wife has said it was Dimma holding Green when he was assaulted from something she heard on radio. She is not Melbourne. If this is true I hope our Melbourne media people go to town on this despicable act. Imagine throwing barbs about the 2000 final knowing you held a first year player so he could be punched by a fellow thug. Yes I suppose after saying that maybe that is why Dimma is upset I mean compared to the weak, sniping [censored] he and his fellow players did under Sheedy, Lynch is an alter boy! 

Now my wife has shown me a picture that shows the bad Dimma holding Green with Wallis in front before the punch that could have killed him, let’s be honest. Looks pretty damning to me. The MFC media people should pile on big time on this. 
 

However I suspect we will see the good Dimma reappear tomorrow to apologise for his comments and talk about great human beings and all the love etc....

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10 minutes ago, Wiseblood said:

Ox brushed it off.  Said if you give it out in the media, you're going to have to take it sometimes.  He disagreed with Dimma's view of the GF in 2000 and Ox crying, but he didn't hit back.  

But then, he didn't need to.  Dimma did enough damage to his own reputation with those comments.  Made himself look like a massive sook and a sniper, which he has always been.

Also, that clip from 2000 makes my blood boil... until you see Lloyd come flying in with the softest effort I've ever seen.  Still makes me laugh to this day.

Yes that’s exactly what I thought when I watched it again Wise. Llyoyd throwing girly haymakers whilst retreating at a thousand miles an hour. He was always one to belt blokes when they weren’t expecting it too. 

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3 hours ago, Nasher said:

Damn. I'd forgotten how sick that bump was. I'm not normally a big lover of "flying the flag" but I love seeing the Ox in that instance. How about the body slam on Hird.

Even though that was a hundred years ago now, it's hard to not still hate that f-ing club.

Actually i find it bog easy.  One of the things lacking from our teams in both AFL GFs was an enforcer or two to punch back, make the opp hear footsteps and other team mates stand a little taller.  One of the big reasons i'm a big AVB fan.  Ditto Jakovich standing up to and rag dolling pretty much anyone who played on him, even the biggest full backs at that time and there were some biggens.

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https://www.google.com.au/amp/s/amp.theage.com.au/sport/afl/league-lays-down-the-law-on-grand-final-repercussions-20020926-gdumq8.html
 

ha this is classic from Demetriou laying down the law only 2 years later 

So we had two of our youngest players taken out in the early part of the grand final, Sheedy decided to play the thug card , we had no chance to stay competitive with those [censored]

at least the ox took on someone his own size x 3 

[censored] I hate Essendon , seeing that clip again makes my blood boil , sheer arrogance of the club hasn’t changed even after 15 years without a finals win 

praise the lord whoever put a curse on that piece of [censored] club back in the early 2000s, long may their drought continue 

 

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4 hours ago, dice said:

Exactly. Maybe someone in the media should remind Hardwick of that incident and why Schwarz was so upset ("crying")

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D772QjpqD7o

 

That makes my blood boil so much seeing that incident again. Let's put something into context here, Long got 4 matches for that sickening, disgusting, dog act of which he served 2 matches in the pre-season. 2 home and away matches against one of the worst act of cowardice on Grand Final day. Wallace also served his 3 match ban in the pre-season so essentially no punishment handed down.

Should never be forgotten and Dimma is pathetic for making Schwartz sound like a cry baby for wanting to stand up for his mate.

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16 minutes ago, Hogan2014 said:


Dimma should be so proud playing for a dirty team who took out a player...

Hope Goody plays next time we play against the tigers 

 

Seriously if your going to bump someone at least have the courage to do it when they don’t have their head over the ball -  see exhibit A for a fair and hard bump 

 

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1 hour ago, KLV said:

Check this out, Hardwick’s response to criticism of tom lynch by David Schwarz 

https://wwos.nine.com.au/afl/tom-lynch-drama-gets-personal-as-richmond-coach-damien-hardwick-hits-back-at-david-schwarz-criticism/34108234-50cb-4e74-a9f0-e0e1886c4c3d

I’ve held Hardwick in some esteem for his efforts with the tigers, but these remarks display, at the end of the day, a fragile ego and a nasty streak.
Smugly sniggering at a football player showing emotion. Great message for the kids d***head.

Didn’t realise there was already a thread on this. You guys are all over it!

 

He did two fifths of [censored] all as head coach for years on end.

Enter Neil Balme as GM of football, Caracella as midfield coach and Leppitsch as forwards coach. They win a premiership the very next year.

Call me cynical but I seriously doubt the extent of Hardwick’s influence on their success.

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29 minutes ago, Satan said:

On aw tonight they said the dimma comment oj Schwartz was edited out on tigers website 

Oh they’re into fake news now, are they

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14 minutes ago, Engorged Onion said:

Erm, upload it please :)...then I'll upload it somewhere.

Not totally conclusive but looks like him! 
 

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