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I exchanged texts with one of the players this morning. I asked him about Clayton and he said it was crap and he asked me where I'd heard the rumour. (He hasn't tuned into any footy related media sinc

My god this club is literally disintegrating. Viney can't stand Oliver to the point where he will leave the state. It's obvious from the body language Max & Clarry are both off to the Suns.

You go and spend 12 weeks locked up with your work mates and your boss. And your bosses boss. And all the support staff whose jobs it is to micromamage every aspect of your life. No escape, no break. 

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19 hours ago, Mazer Rackham said:

My god this club is literally disintegrating. Viney can't stand Oliver to the point where he will leave the state. It's obvious from the body language Max & Clarry are both off to the Suns.

 

17 hours ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

Anyone notice that Clarry was wearing a carlton tie, and had a Simon Goodwin Voodoo doll on his table?

 

17 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

This place is off chops. 

 

16 hours ago, binman said:

Plenty of times I've been in the same room as someone but in a different state.

It only took 34 pages, but this thread finally came good.

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18 hours ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

Anyone notice that Clarry was wearing a carlton tie, and had a Simon Goodwin Voodoo doll on his table?

The 60 year old Bluebird dancer siting on his lap made me wonder also

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31 minutes ago, Roost it far said:

Word is Oliver and Viney don’t get along, some players fall behind jack but most follow Clarrie (now is that the kind of rumour you’re after? 😜)

They can fight it out for midfield spots and challenge each other to get better 

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Carlton BF board absolutely lighting up at the moment with rumoured news that Oliver has requested to be traded to Carlton. Apparently from more than one poster with a good track record.

Say it isn’t so! 😢

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Nothing in it:  Just someone on BF trying to distract posters from the bombshells SOS dropped yesterday.

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22 minutes ago, ben russell said:

Carlton BF board absolutely lighting up at the moment with rumoured news that Oliver has requested to be traded to Carlton. Apparently from more than one poster with a good track record.

Say it isn’t so! 😢

https://www.bigfooty.com/forum/threads/bluemour-file-rumours-only-no-discussion.1085141/page-50
 

https://www.bigfooty.com/forum/threads/13-clayton-oliver-still-a-ginger.1118178/post-67563553

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Just now, AaronDaveyChipsAndGravey said:

I wouldnt worry, apparently a couple picks, a handful of Carlton NQR players and Adam Saad going to the pre season draft will get it done.

haha, I liked that 4 team trade. They also quote the in the know posters who told them last year the papely was a done deal, they were splitting their picks sending one for papley, one for Martin but also got the hawks 1st this year. 

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15 minutes ago, Red and Blue realist said:

haha, I liked that 4 team trade. They also quote the in the know posters who told them last year the papely was a done deal, they were splitting their picks sending one for papley, one for Martin but also got the hawks 1st this year. 

Suggesting the Carlton equivelants of Jimmy Toumpas (Dow) and Dom Tyson (Kennedy) would be enough to replace Oliver on our end 🤦‍♂️

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1 minute ago, Demons11 said:

It’s a chance of happening but not convinced this year 

We can back ourselves in to turn him around in 2021 like Sydney/Papley and Port/Wines did this year.

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Clarry is becoming a little too petulant for my liking, and if he has been told some home truths which he doesn’t like, it says more about his attitude than anything else.

Of course i don’t want to see him go, in fact that would just about be it for me, but Trac this time last year wasn’t happy, but instead of getting bitter he got better and put in a mountain of work over the off-season.

Let’s see what Clayton is made of.

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2 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

Clarry is becoming a little too petulant for my liking, and if he has been told some home truths which he doesn’t like, it says more about his attitude than anything else.

Of course i don’t want to see him go, in fact that would just about be it for me, but Trac this time last year wasn’t happy, but instead of getting bitter he got better and out in a mountain of work over the off-season.

Let’s see what Clayton is made of.

What exactly has oliver done that says he is getting petulant.

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This year he’s started to sook it up a bit too much when things haven’t gone his way on the footy field.

Plus he has regressed over the past couple of years (apart from Trac who hasn’t?).

Like I said, he can get bitter or get better. I’d like to see him adopt a more ‘if it has to be then it’s up to me’ attitude, instead of a ‘I cannot be [censored]’ attitude. This team is rife with it at the moment.

Our best is good enough, they just can’t be arsed doing it for 4 quarters game on game. Clarry is definitely in this camp, and will have the biggest impact on team performance if he turns it around.

And don’t think i’m Being harsh on just Clayton, our skipper has lots of soul searching to do as well. That’s what separates good from great.

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1 minute ago, Demon Disciple said:

This year he’s started to sook it up a bit too much when things haven’t gone his way on the footy field.

Plus he has regressed over the past couple of years (apart from Trac who hasn’t?).

Like I said, he can get bitter or get better. I’d like to see him adopt a more ‘if it has to be then it’s up to me’ attitude, instead of a ‘I cannot be [censored]’ attitude. This team is rife with it at the moment.

Our best is good enough, they just can’t be arsed doing it for 4 quarters game on game. Clarry is definitely in this camp, and will have the biggest impact on team performance if he turns it around.

And don’t think i’m Being harsh on just Clayton, our skipper has lots of soul searching to do as well. That’s what separates good from great.

Regressed? 

He's had a slightly down year on his lofty standards but he was still top 5 in a bunch of really key stats for the league as a midfielder, made the AA squad, finished top 10 in the brownlow and proabably was unlucky to not finish higher in our BnF i certainly would have had him a close third behind May. 

I think he's totally justified to have found the HUB really hard, i think a lot of players from all teams did, frustrated that a list that should be playing finals has missed for the second year in a row. 

I don't have any concerns at all about Clarries attitude, or his work ethic, or what he's delivered on field. he's still incredibly young, has had an amazing first 5 seasons that would be up there with any of the modern day champion players first 5 years. 

He's a competitive animal, desperate to win, and i actually think it's a great thing players are annoyed about missing finals, so they should be. no excuses in 2021. if we don't make finals we will be getting a new coach, and losing players. but we have the list, especially with our prospective signings to bounce back strongly. and i'm backing Clarry to use this as fuel. i've made him my early 2021 brownlow tip.

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