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Righto where are we going and who's shout?? 馃嵒

In all honesty, another year of riding the highs and lows on here. Thanks to everyone bring in some good quality banter and discussions.

Bring on the trade period!!

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I鈥檓 staying in my house. I might walk under 5km to buy more booze. Wild [censored] times.聽

2020 has been a [censored] and the footy season hasn鈥檛 been much better.聽

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There鈥檚 a lot of people hard done by Covid in 2020, but the Dees really got a [censored] hand.

1) A 17 game fixture robbing us of any advantage of finishing 17th last year by playing some of the bottom sides twice.

2) The team travelled the most out of any team and also had to put up with some ridiculous same day travel challenges.

3) The second Covid wave in Victoria further disadvantaging any Victorian team robbing them of any MCG/Marvel games聽

4) The late notice Essendon bye leaving Melbourne and Essendon with the longest streak without a break.

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7 minutes ago, Jaded said:

I鈥檓 staying in my house. I might walk under 5km to buy more booze. Wild [censored] times.聽

2020 has been a [censored] and the footy season hasn鈥檛 been much better.聽

Hang in there mate. I have majority of my family down your way who I haven't seen since the start of the year. Its tough as [censored]..

Wake up tomorrow and hope those numbers keep going down.

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21 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Righto where are we going and who's shout?? 馃嵒

In all honesty, another year of riding the highs and lows on here. Thanks to everyone bring in some good quality banter and discussions.

Bring on the trade period!!

What we know:聽

- Viney has re-signed. Hang on, read it wrong, he hasn鈥檛, he鈥檚 just currently reading the contract.

- Brothers McDonald聽will聽request a trade,

- Goody聽is聽safe after winning nine games.聽

- Mahoney聽is聽gone.聽

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44 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Righto where are we going and who's shout?? 馃嵒

In all honesty, another year of riding the highs and lows on here. Thanks to everyone bring in some good quality banter and discussions.

Bring on the trade period!!

Love you too, dazzle.

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34 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

What we know:聽

- Viney has re-signed. Hang on, read it wrong, he hasn鈥檛, he鈥檚 just currently reading the contract.

- Brothers McDonald聽will聽request a trade,

- Goody聽is聽safe after winning nine games.聽

- Mahoney聽is聽gone.聽

Time to move on champ. If you get so triggered by things I post, just put me on block. Do all of us a favour.

It's pathetic seeing you follow someone around on the internet like this.

Stick to your same jokes every week and stop getting upset that other people hear things about footy.

Oh and don't email me threats again after this.

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1 hour ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Righto where are we going and who's shout?? 馃嵒

In all honesty, another year of riding the highs and lows on here. Thanks to everyone bring in some good quality banter and discussions.

Bring on the trade period!!

You're more generous than I am, dazzle.

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Us Melbourne supporters well and truly deserve a drink.

Yet another wasted year since 1964.

I would ban Mad Monday for the players as punishment for missing the finals.

Let them endure the same amount of annoyance and disappointment that we as long suffering Melbourne supporters have to contend with.

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Any truth to the rumour Petraccas nd Hunt are going to the Party dressed as WHAM?

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