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I don’t want to ruin your rant, but Tmac has been dropped... please carry on

Old binman saying: When you need a win, bring omac in

Beaten at the selection table, again....

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Just now, Pickett2Jackson said:

J Wagner and O Mac into the team.  Didnt bring in ANY speed

[censored] me. See you all in 2021 folks.

We are cactus

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With the above - happy with the changes overall, although I reckon Lockhart is a little stiff.  Thought he had been pretty good.

I like the Brown inclusion as is smart enough to just play his role, and can do so up the ground away from Weideman.

Bit mystified by the Josh Wagner inclusion, and same with Oscar, although Oscar coming in might mean we push Tomlinson back to a wing.

1 minute ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

J Wagner and O Mac into the team.  Didnt bring in ANY speed

[censored] me. See you all in 2021 folks.

Rivers has speed.

Looks like we went with some experience, though.  Jones, Gawn and Brown bring plenty to the table in that regard.

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Aside from Rivers.... so much for the "bringing in some pace/speed" call.

Lost two players with a bit of toe for one.

Saints will be licking their chops here and while we are always a chance, they 'should' win this one with relative ease me thinks.

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No idea what Lockhart did wrong to be dropped. Agree that we need an extra tall down back given Saints are quite top heavy up forward. Brown can’t do worse than Tmac and Harmes, well maybe if they played him in a correct position he may perform. 
Overall a big meh and god help us if we get smashed, as I suspect we will. 

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Saints will belt us using the same method as every other time.

Speed, non stop running and 100% defensive effort.

Reckon this is a 40+ point loss coming up, and the heat will be right back on the coach.

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2 minutes ago, binman said:

Old binman saying:

When you need a win, bring omac in

Might be his last chance, bin.  

Saints play a tall forward line - they have named Battle, King, Membrey and Marshall there, with Ryder in the ruck, so I can understand his selection and our need for a little more height down there.

But with him OOC at the end of the year, he might get a few games here to show us why he deserves another contract.

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That is the most utterly disgusting team we have picked all year. The ins include slow wet wags, I like the way they drop Lockhart and don't bring in someone to play on Butler. What is going to be. Tomlinson ?????? St Kilda would be wetting themselves looking at that side.

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Happy with the changes.   
O Mac to the resting ruckman 

May to King

Wagner deserves his chance by the sounds of things and surely can’t do any worse than what Harmes has been dishing up.  I’d also rather Rivers over Lockhart 

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O.Mac, Spargo and J.Wagner in that already 3 passengers. Worst side we have put in all year.

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

A bit going on this week it seems...

 

You mean more than the usual garbage? What have you heard? Shall I grab popcorn?

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