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If it goes like it seems it will, how much pressure will Buckley be under, especially now his big brother protector has moved on?

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Wadda ... there is no way I could hope for an Essendon win i hate the [censored] !!

Saints beat WC and Giants beat pies.  anyone still think we haven’t beaten any decent teams?

Are we watching the same game? Yes there are errors but look at the frenetic pace and intensity of the game. 

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14 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

When is Greene OOC and can we get him

 

i want a hated player playing for us 

3 years left to run

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On Kayo tonight, I watched simultaneously GCS v CAR & COL v GWS. F'n great service for $5 a month. 

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20 hours ago, Cheesy D. Pun said:

The tackle wasn't out of the ordinary (wasn't paid as late) and Dursma's leg locks/hyper-extends as he lands causing him to buckle unpredictably. Nothing in it.

 

So you're saying the umpires never miss things?  The tackle was clearly late.  See what the medical report has to say, but if he's ended a kid's season through a late tackle then he shouldn't be playing the next week.  It shouldn't just be for concussions. 

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54 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Goal Umpires are Redundant 

Are you saying they might go the way of the tram conductor? But i loved the tram connies....

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Wow pressure on buckley now and he hasn't got his mate Ed there backing him up. Wonder how Ed enjoyed that tonight. 

I just can't believe they knocked the pies off by 5 goals, I mean the giants are so injury depleted and they are important players to. 

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3 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Wow pressure on buckley now and he hasn't got his mate Ed there backing him up. Wonder how Ed enjoyed that tonight. 

I just can't believe they knocked the pies off by 5 goals, I mean the giants are so injury depleted and they are important players to. 

Trouble at Mill in Pie Land

They booted the wrong players out

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Hate to say it ... but Darcy Moore is so good.

And for some reason I don't mind Daicos. Pretty much hate the rest.

I might pop over to the Big Footy/Filth board. 

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15 minutes ago, AC/DeeC said:

On Kayo tonight, I watched simultaneously GCS v CAR & COL v GWS. F'n great service for $5 a month. 

Also saw a bit of Leicester v Newcastle on a split screen of the last quarter of GCS v CAR. Turned the sound down - was awesome... 

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1 hour ago, Engorged Onion said:

Would he be just as heartless in the red and blue??

One can only assume. 

id target Greene and Whitfield 

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38 minutes ago, RalphiusMaximus said:

So you're saying the umpires never miss things?  The tackle was clearly late.  See what the medical report has to say, but if he's ended a kid's season through a late tackle then he shouldn't be playing the next week.  It shouldn't just be for concussions. 

Fair point about the umpires but after watching it about 10 times, I don't think the tackle is the major influence on the injury. His knee hyper-extends just before the follow-through of the tackle.

I'd be very disappointed if a player in a red and blue jumper - in the same situation - didn't lay the tackle. 

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29 minutes ago, bingers said:

Hate to say it ... but Darcy Moore is so good.

Absolutely. He's one of the best players in the game right now.

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A chance to knock those puddy cats outta the eight tomorrow and put a decent gap between the top three and the rest.  Let's go Demons!

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35 minutes ago, bingers said:

Hate to say it ... but Darcy Moore is so good.

And for some reason I don't mind Daicos. Pretty much hate the rest.

I might pop over to the Big Footy/Filth board. 

Both are very good.

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Here's a weird piece of trivia;

The last time both Melbourne and Carlton were both in the top eight at the end of a round was round 14, 2011.

The last time Melbourne, Carlton and Richmond were all in the top eight at the end of a round was round 7, 2001.

 

 

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Tomorrow is now desperately needed as a win (like not life threatening or season ended or anytfing), will really seperate us as top 3 over a massive competing pack of teams to make the 8.

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