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16 hours ago, monoccular said:

Staff wages??

Has that damn Mr Wilberforce abolished slavery at The Manor?

Outrageous 😡

 

Mmmmm I’m not confident that wages at The Manor would comply with current legislative requirements Mono !

I’m more your master/ servant type of employer. I would have been cutting edge in the 1860’s 

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Carlton and Essendon getting pummelled in unison,  be still my beating heart.

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11 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

Mmmmm I’m not confident that wages at The Manor would comply with current legislative requirements Mono !

I’m more your master/ servant type of employer. I would have been cutting edge in the 1860’s 

More “Keep them Lean, Keeps them mean” type of scenario Bbo?

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11 hours ago, Better days ahead said:

A 7-0 is equivalent to 186.

I haven't been to a Victory game for a few years but there must be something rotten at the core of the club to serve up efforts like last night. 

The boys didn’t look like they were having any enjoyment of the game, and were not putting in for the coach. 
 

whoever the conditioning coach is should be sacked too. What a terrible run with injuries we’ve had!

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Tempting fate in writing this:  Buddy injured so will miss our game in 3 weeks.  We have been very lucky so far with our opps 'outs' - it has to run out sometime...

 

Edit  and, Hickey out for a month or two.

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1 minute ago, Lucifer's Hero said:

Tempting fate in writing this:  Buddy injured so will miss our game in 3 weeks.  We have been very lucky so far with our opps 'outs' - it has to run out sometime...

Swans will be out of gas by then. They wont play finals.  I can see us beating them by 100 with May, Fritsch, Brown all back.

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24 minutes ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

Oh yes. A player with speed is always an asset on the grass of the MCG. He always cracks in and he'd really put the acid on our opponents. We'd be dopes if we made a hash of this opportunity -- we'd smack ourselves. What a downer that would be. He's always good in junk time too. Get him into the joint.

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Can you believe Geelong put Danger back on the field??  Who knows if this would have impacted his ankle further

Danger 32 at the start if next season.

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On 4/17/2021 at 9:35 PM, KLV said:

I’m listening to abc Carlton v PA. My thoughts- Brendan Goddard is a miserable [email protected]

I know that even without listening. 

On 4/19/2021 at 2:54 PM, Lucifer's Hero said:

Tempting fate in writing this:  Buddy injured so will miss our game in 3 weeks.  We have been very lucky so far with our opps 'outs' - it has to run out sometime...

 

Edit  and, Hickey out for a month or two.

We have also lost our bookends, and our other two KP forwards have yet to grace the field. 

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