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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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26 minutes ago, hemingway said:

Would the love be so ardent if we had lost all 4 games and Oliver decided not to re-sign. 

Sorry Old Fart but it is amazing to read the accolades and love after a few wins. They better keep winning. 

Ernest, I was a fervent supporter throughout our 'glory years' and my love for the Club has not diminished one iota during our extensive periods in the 'wilderness'.  I fully understand your pragmatism, but I intend to ride the current 'ripple (not wave) of success' for however long it lasts.  They have been too few and far between for me to give up now!.

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3 hours 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.

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 

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9 minutes ago, Drunkn167 said:

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 

You’re a bloody gem to have onboard D, I hope Dec and the family are doing well! Go Dees!!

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16 minutes ago, Deeoldfart said:

Ernest, I was a fervent supporter throughout our 'glory years' and my love for the Club has not diminished one iota during our extensive periods in the 'wilderness'.  I fully understand your pragmatism, but I intend to ride the current 'ripple (not wave) of success' for however long it lasts.  They have been too few and far between for me to give up now!.

Beautifully stated my friend. 

Love the passion and we should all ride the ripple for as long as it lasts. 

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A mate texted saying that clarry had resigned and i was ready to watch clayton highlights with a bucket of ice cream. 

Glad it was just a grammatical error, so happy he's sticking around. 

Go Dees!

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Fantastic news, great stuff from Clarry. Getting big names early will help to stave off any media speculation and the boys can focus on what happens on the field. 

You’re a gem Clarry!!!!

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Straight of player managers text book, drip feed and squeeze what you can.

Sign till FA and go again in your prime for that last big deal.

Well played

Great work by the FD to take this kid when they did

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52 minutes ago, Sir Why You Little said:

Has been spoken too, i am lead to believe 

No idea how the conversation went

What are you intimating here? That we're going to replace Pert already with Brian Cook? What's the thinking?

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1 hour ago, A F said:

What are you intimating here? That we're going to replace Pert already with Brian Cook? What's the thinking?

Wasn't Cook interviewed the other week saying he's stepping away from the Cats at the end of the year and retiring

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4 minutes ago, Pennant St Dee said:

Wasn't Cook interviewed the other week saying he's stepping away from the Cats at the end of the year and retiring

Yep, December this year he’s leaving Geelong after announcing his retirement less than two weeks ago. 
I’d find it odd if he’d committed to a role at the MFC. 

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7 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

So... when does the MFCSS kick in about him leaving as a free agent at the end of 2023 kick in?

In 2023.

But if he’s taking 3 premiership medallions with him, he has my blessing.

 

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11 hours ago, 12345_54321 said:

He will sign, Clarry and Trac are his best mates

Awesome first post.  Thanks for reassurance that Salem will sign.

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13 hours ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Haven’t heard from @picket fence yet, I bet he’s had a heart attack. 

Hold it a minute. It was NEVER in doubt in Angry Hk GIF by BROCKHAMPTONmy mind and can I just say........

GO CLARRY CHOO CHOO

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9 hours ago, A F said:

What are you intimating here? That we're going to replace Pert already with Brian Cook? What's the thinking?

Pert is fine. Cook has been spoken too

no idea how it went

Another ex player on the Board was my feeling

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