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Anyone see the exchange between Selwood and Kozy after he had him holding the ball in the middle of the ground?

I thought I seen another exchange between the 2 maybe at a end of quarter break?

Not sure who started it but I don't mind a bit of lip, especially 4-0. Reminds me of early 2000's Brisbane team.

 

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8 minutes ago, Josh said:

Anyone see the exchange between Selwood and Kozy after he had him holding the ball in the middle of the ground?

I thought I seen another exchange between the 2 maybe at a end of quarter break?

Not sure who started it but I don't mind a bit of lip, especially 4-0. Reminds me of early 2000's Brisbane team.

 

 

The tackle then the trash talk has been posted on here and talked about a lot, but yes at the end of the half right after Trac kicks that goal Selwood goes after Kozzie and Oliver intervenes.

Sounds like they may have been at each other all game.   God bless Kozzie for showing no respect to that diving cheat.

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I think Viney has also had a bit of history with Selwood. I remember the story of when he spent most of our victory against them at Kardinia Park whacking into Selwood in 2015. After Selwood had to get patched up, Jack's priceless and facetious quip was 'Why do you keep bleeding?'
I think that Selwood is more likely to respect you if you bite back. I also remember that he took Jack into the middle of the G in 2014 to give him a pep talk in that he could see that he was one of the few blokes in the squad willing to have a go in a physical sense.

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27 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

I think Viney has also had a bit of history with Selwood. I remember the story of when he spent most of our victory against them at Kardinia Park whacking into Selwood in 2015. After Selwood had to get patched up, Jack's priceless and facetious quip was 'Why do you keep bleeding?'
I think that Selwood is more likely to respect you if you bite back. I also remember that he took Jack into the middle of the G in 2014 to give him a pep talk in that he could see that he was one of the few blokes in the squad willing to have a go in a physical sense.

I think the only answer to "why do you keep bleeding" is "because you keep killing it."

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23 minutes ago, Neitz the Great said:

Can I ask what your avatar photo is?

Time to educate yoself!

 

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3 hours ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

The tackle then the trash talk has been posted on here and talked about a lot, but yes at the end of the half right after Trac kicks that goal Selwood goes after Kozzie and Oliver intervenes.

Sounds like they may have been at each other all game.   God bless Kozzie for showing no respect to that diving cheat.

I saw Jones having a long friendly exchange with Selwood post siren.

You guys need to grow up 

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And did you see Selwood give Jonesy a friendly pat on the back when the ball went out of bounds.  I think they enjoy the contest,

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2 hours ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

I think Viney has also had a bit of history with Selwood. I remember the story of when he spent most of our victory against them at Kardinia Park whacking into Selwood in 2015. After Selwood had to get patched up, Jack's priceless and facetious quip was 'Why do you keep bleeding?'
I think that Selwood is more likely to respect you if you bite back. I also remember that he took Jack into the middle of the G in 2014 to give him a pep talk in that he could see that he was one of the few blokes in the squad willing to have a go in a physical sense.

Yeah, this game I think.

 

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Don’t like shaming a lack of knowledge, but not knowing who TISM is might be grounds for handing in your citizenship.

On topic, I would’ve loved it no matter who it was. The fact it was Duckwood was, as Bruce would say, delicious.

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10 minutes ago, IRW said:

I saw Jones having a long friendly exchange with Selwood post siren.

You guys need to grow up 

 

6 minutes ago, Jontee said:

And did you see Selwood give Jonesy a friendly pat on the back when the ball went out of bounds.  I think they enjoy the contest,

 

Absolutely, I coach junior sport and one of the hardest thing to teach the kids is that it's ok to have white line fever as long as you shake hands after the game and can respect the opposition.

The way brown to me went and hugged treloar in the dogs pies game is an example of the wrong way to go about it in my opinion. Oh course they are all friendly but once you cross the white line it's on.

 

 

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In his very short career, Kozzi has already earned the right to give a bit if lip to the likes of Selwood.  I love it.

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3 hours ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

 

The tackle then the trash talk has been posted on here and talked about a lot, but yes at the end of the half right after Trac kicks that goal Selwood goes after Kozzie and Oliver intervenes.

Sounds like they may have been at each other all game.   God bless Kozzie for showing no respect to that diving cheat.

Long live mongrel. Kozzie has it.

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I'm pretty sure early days Joel Selwood might have been doing some mentoring/offering advice to Jack Viney? i may be wrong about that, but i think they get along pretty well those two, hence Geelong trying to lure him, but i think they're also just competitive animals with huge white line fever. 

Love everything about Kozzie. kid has no fear of anyone, he's an absolute ripper 

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3 minutes ago, Beetle said:

Can confirm this continued on after the game as Selwood attempted to have some dinner.

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How bout them Apples 🍎 

don’t mind a bit of Elliott smith :) aptly has been a haunting musician to my love affair with the Dees.

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1 hour ago, P-man said:

Don’t like shaming a lack of knowledge, but not knowing who TISM is might be grounds for handing in your citizenship.

On topic, I would’ve loved it no matter who it was. The fact it was Duckwood was, as Bruce would say, delicious.

I know who TISM is but I can't name any songs so I'm not totally ignorant but I'm quite ignorant 

 

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14 minutes ago, pineapple dee said:

I know who TISM is but I can't name any songs so I'm not totally ignorant but I'm quite ignorant 

 

So, Whatareya?

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49 minutes ago, Commissioner Dreyfus said:

So, Whatareya?

I could tell you what I might be, but what I’m not... but I’ll be taking a holiday from here if I do.

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4 hours ago, Little Goffy said:

Is it too early for a 'Kozzie Pickett made me cry' thread?

Although in this case (and probably many times in future) it'll be 'Kozzie Pickett made me nonplussed'.

Or .... 'Which way did he go.' thread.

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More like where did he come from? Where did he go? And how did he do that? 

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