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I have never been 100% convinced that Oliver has the team-first mentality to take us to a premiership. My mind has changed. To go all-in and sign so early in a season when we promise something but haven't delivered yet shows he not only wants us to get there but is willing to bet his career on it. Lovely.

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Jay Clark reporting that Oliver has re-signed.  No idea of the details but this is huge news for us and a big statement to the team!  I was a bit worried he was going to get offered a truck load

I know Clarry, not super close but enough to know him I can’t ever see him leaving this club, he loves the club and loves the boys and I can’t see that ever changing 

I have so much of my identity tied up with supporting an incompetent football club. I am seriously rattled.

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This is such good news!

He's an odd cat, our Clayton, so it was very difficult to get a read on the whole situation.

Go Dees!

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Had heard it was a 2 year extension on decent coin to take him through to free agency and looks to be correct.

Still bloody happy he’s signed on. He’s the best 100 gamer I’ve seen and best inside midfielder in red n blue in my years supporting the club.

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For the first time in 20 years we have actual leadership. 

Gawn signs on, Lever, Viney. now the younger players are signing on early. 
 

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Stoked. he’s SO important to the club and carlton u can just go [censored] off!!  I wished he’d signed fr longer tbh but I appreciate coming into FA he’d be looking at a monster contract. gotta get the job done in the next 3 years or our window will be gone. now or never dees! 

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27 minutes ago, The Jackson 6 said:

This. Is. Good. News. Looking forward to collecting the details so I can jam it down every Carlton-Supporting-Mate that have already bought Carlton tops with #13 on the back

just out of curiosity how many of those mates did u have?

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Massive.  Love him even more for sticking fat.  Now just get on the scoreboard clarry, slow down just a little mate (less is more sometimes) and you'll be a superstar.

This is another sign of... I whisper it quietly...that the club has changed.  Our stars are not departing.  If we can lock away Petracca then.. well... sheesh.

That picture of him in the opening post? Dude is seriously ripped.  He is a physical specimen of an athlete.  Sort of a chubby  doughboy draft night.  Not any more.

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33 minutes ago, Chook said:

I have never been 100% convinced that Oliver has the team-first mentality to take us to a premiership. My mind has changed. To go all-in and sign so early in a season when we promise something but haven't delivered yet shows he not only wants us to get there but is willing to bet his career on it. Lovely.

Likewise this season things seem to be different, the boys playing for each other is fantastic to see. He has to become a leader now and help drive us to a flag

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18 minutes ago, wizardinoz said:

Whoever started that rumour about him going to Carltank needs to have a good hard look at themselves. 

It was the usual suspect. 

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Tracc on 360- wrapped about Oliver.

Said difference between now and two years ago is we take feedback heaps better and are more mature, whereas two years ago, we may have said 'get stuffed' to feedback.

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Well...my nephew’s 15th Birthday party just came to life and he’s wondering why there’s only 13 candles on his cake.

Fantastic news.

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Ripping news! 

Gotta say I appreciate he's vibe on the field, like he's really he's own self. Mix between enjoying the hell out of himself, [censored] stirrer and super competitive. He pulls it off b/c he's so damn good! 

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