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46 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

and we'll probably never fully know

i think sam mcclure was wrong to unequivocally state he was seriously wanting to leave etc

and we'll probably never fully know - correct!

and Sam IS entitled to his opinion.  

 

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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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Maybe we can get a "Clarrie, Clarrie ..." chant going on Sunday and give Petracca and Salem some encouragement.

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18 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Was that Jordie McKenzie kicking the first goal in the footage? 

Not all bloodnuts look the same, racists. 

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Given all the speculation about him not being happy, it's interesting that he's not smiling in that video. 

I wouldn't be surprised if he's still meeting with Carlton. 

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I love that Clarrie is continuing with us.  It's 'a lot funner' being a Dees supporter with him in the team.

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  • Demonland changed the title to Clayton Oliver Re-Signs Until 2023

https://www.melbournefc.com.au/video/910978/contract-extension-happy-as-clarry?videoId=910978&modal=true&type=video&publishFrom=1618378673001

  • Never in Doubt
  • Love all the boys, all the staff
  • Winning culture
  • Boys are maturing
  • Hunting the opposition
  • Having fun.

Clarry's heart beats true.

 

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On 4/15/2021 at 2:06 PM, Grapeviney said:

Given all the speculation about him not being happy, it's interesting that he's not smiling in that video. 

I wouldn't be surprised if he's still meeting with Carlton. 

Sorry GV that is a surprising statement from you!  That is the Club interview following his signature !!! 

You mostly don't  either comment or have any info or refrain from controversial comments On the podcasts.

Why would Clarry still be speaking with CFC ? Now ? 
Was he dragged kicking and screaming to  sign?

Is he Only going 2 years and has promised Carlton when he is FA he is theirs?

Or do you mistrust his facts in the interview that much?

Do you believe Sam McClure in his information about a Clarry being not happy and talking to Teague?

I happen to believe it was badly handled by Footy Classified and if Caro had been on the panel the segment would have been much more complimentary to Clarry  and MFC In getting his signature early!

Sam wanted to only revisit his Original  assertion about Clarry chatting to Teague and being unhappy after 2020! with his "never in doubt" comment, to back up his alleged information. 

Once negotiations started I have no doubt what Clarry  has said. "Never in doubt" 

Yes the rumours were around he wasn't happy but I believe Adam Yze spoke to him early days and straightened him up. 

Your comments are even more damming and uncomplimentary to Clarry and MFC I believe. 
 

If course you are entitled to your opinion but my questions are  very valid as a result of your comments! 

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11 minutes ago, 58er said:

Sorry GV that is a surprising statement from you!  That is the Club interview following his signature !!! 

You mostly don't  either comment or have any info or refrain from controversial comments On the podcasts.

Why would Clarry still be speaking with CFC ? Now ? 
Was he dragged kicking and screaming to  sign?

Is he Only going 2 years and has promised Carlton when he is FA he is theirs?

Or do you mistrust his facts in the interview that much?

Do you believe Sam McClure in his information about a Clarry being not happy and talking to Teague?

I happen to believe it was badly handled by Footy Classified and if Caro had been on the panel the segment would have been much more complimentary to Clarry  and MFC In getting his signature early!

Sam wanted to only revisit his Original  assertion about Clarry chatting to Teague and being unhappy after 2020! with his "never in doubt" comment, to back up his alleged information. 

Once negotiations started I have no doubt what Clarry  has said. "Never in doubt" 

Yes the rumours were around he wasn't happy but I believe Adam Yze spoke to him early days and straightened him up. 

Your comments are even more damming and uncomplimentary to Clarry and MFC I believe. 
 

If course you are entitled to your opinion but my questions are  very valid as a result of your comments! 

GV was joking. Jesus. Have whatever a bex is and a lie down mate. 

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39 minutes ago, 58er said:

Sorry GV that is a surprising statement from you!  That is the Club interview following his signature !!! 

You mostly don't  either comment or have any info or refrain from controversial comments On the podcasts.

Why would Clarry still be speaking with CFC ? Now ? 
Was he dragged kicking and screaming to  sign?

Is he Only going 2 years and has promised Carlton when he is FA he is theirs?

Or do you mistrust his facts in the interview that much?

Do you believe Sam McClure in his information about a Clarry being not happy and talking to Teague?

I happen to believe it was badly handled by Footy Classified and if Caro had been on the panel the segment would have been much more complimentary to Clarry  and MFC In getting his signature early!

Sam wanted to only revisit his Original  assertion about Clarry chatting to Teague and being unhappy after 2020! with his "never in doubt" comment, to back up his alleged information. 

Once negotiations started I have no doubt what Clarry  has said. "Never in doubt" 

Yes the rumours were around he wasn't happy but I believe Adam Yze spoke to him early days and straightened him up. 

Your comments are even more damming and uncomplimentary to Clarry and MFC I believe. 
 

If course you are entitled to your opinion but my questions are  very valid as a result of your comments! 

Got you hook, line and sinker!

it’s called sarcasm 58.

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54 minutes ago, 58er said:

Sorry GV that is a surprising statement from you!  That is the Club interview following his signature !!! 

You mostly don't  either comment or have any info or refrain from controversial comments On the podcasts.

Why would Clarry still be speaking with CFC ? Now ? 
Was he dragged kicking and screaming to  sign?

Is he Only going 2 years and has promised Carlton when he is FA he is theirs?

Or do you mistrust his facts in the interview that much?

Do you believe Sam McClure in his information about a Clarry being not happy and talking to Teague?

I happen to believe it was badly handled by Footy Classified and if Caro had been on the panel the segment would have been much more complimentary to Clarry  and MFC In getting his signature early!

Sam wanted to only revisit his Original  assertion about Clarry chatting to Teague and being unhappy after 2020! with his "never in doubt" comment, to back up his alleged information. 

Once negotiations started I have no doubt what Clarry  has said. "Never in doubt" 

Yes the rumours were around he wasn't happy but I believe Adam Yze spoke to him early days and straightened him up. 

Your comments are even more damming and uncomplimentary to Clarry and MFC I believe. 
 

If course you are entitled to your opinion but my questions are  very valid as a result of your comments! 

@Grapeviney suggest you use a sarcasm emoji in future. Irony/sarsasm goes straight over some posters heads.

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10 hours ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

I’ve got all 10 player cards of that year signed by the players.

Vn get BA.  I have a number of these, scanlans as well, but no signatures

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3 hours ago, Rusty Nails said:

Vn get BA.  I have a number of these, scanlans as well, but no signatures

I don’t have many, I’ve got the red cards from that year and a green set, from memory there was John Northey, Greg Healy, Strawbs Odwyer, Todd Viney, Ricky Jackson of the top of my head (can’t remember if it was 9 or 10 player cards plus the club emblem). Also some blue ones with Lyon and Stynes. When I was in primary school I would send them to the club and they get them signed and send them back to me. They’ve been at my brothers in Melbourne for several years, I’m actually getting them back in coming weeks along with some other stuff I’ve stored there....

Seeing your post brought back some childhood memories, thanks.

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I reckon Clarry might have leaked the Carlton interest to get a few extra $$ on this contract to be totally honest, and smart if that's true. and i reckon Sam McClures little he met with David Teague tantrum might of been him realising he got played. 

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12 hours ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

I don’t have many, I’ve got the red cards from that year and a green set, from memory there was John Northey, Greg Healy, Strawbs Odwyer, Todd Viney, Ricky Jackson of the top of my head (can’t remember if it was 9 or 10 player cards plus the club emblem). Also some blue ones with Lyon and Stynes. When I was in primary school I would send them to the club and they get them signed and send them back to me. They’ve been at my brothers in Melbourne for several years, I’m actually getting them back in coming weeks along with some other stuff I’ve stored there....

Seeing your post brought back some childhood memories, thanks.

Green = 1988

Blue = 1990

Red = 1991

1989 were also red but the pic of Yeats above is the 91 set. I've still got stacks of these from my primary school days, pulled them out to show my kids recently they asked "where are the hologram cards" haha

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