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4 minutes ago, forever demons said:

he is a little boy,or would you play him on martin

That’s a bizarre reaction.

To state the obvious, there’s very few players who can match up with Martin and no team in the comp would put a first gamer up against him. The suggestion is that Bowey may be good enough to perform a role at some point in the season. And we also wouldn’t be asking him to ruck a full game against Nic Nat. Spargo’s the preferred option there

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Just now, Return to Glory said:

That’s a bizarre reaction.

To state the obvious, there’s very few players who can match up with Martin and no team in the comp would put a first gamer up against him. The suggestion is that Bowey may be good enough to perform a role at some point in the season. And we also wouldn’t be asking him to ruck a full game against Nic Nat. Spargo’s the preferred option there

don;t rush the young guys ,let them mature thats what good clubs do

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1 minute ago, forever demons said:

exactly                ,because he is a long way off afl

So, to your way of thinking, unless he plays on Martin, he can’t actually step on to the field for us. Righto 

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3 minutes ago, Nascent said:

What a weird comment. His size won't hold him back and it's likely he'll get an opportunity this year. Kid has pace, composure and skill. Will slot nicely anywhere on the ground other than key position or inside mid.

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28 minutes ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

Sorry haven’t had time to read the whole thread. For those that we’re watching, how was Brown’s and the Weid’s overall games. I’ve read their goal tally’s, how was their making, how easy did their goals come, defensive efforts....

I might have to go back and read the thread.

Brown was on fire early and Weid fired up late marking was ok nothing special and their shots on goal weren’t too hard would be great to see Brown debut against his old club 

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52 minutes ago, kev martin said:

How was Sparrow? 

Did Vanders play?

Vanders didn’t play Sparrow played a half  and was ok expect him to be emergency 

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5 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Vanders didn’t play Sparrow played a half  and was ok expect him to be emergency 

So what is Chandler doing then? Has someone pulled out tonight?

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10 minutes ago, WERRIDEE said:

Brown was on fire early and Weid fired up late marking was ok nothing special and their shots on goal weren’t too hard would be great to see Brown debut against his old club 

Weid kicked 2-2 in that last quarter. Could easily have been 4-0

BB missed a few as well earlier in the game

 

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57 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Aaron VDB Injured again at training, I think he might be nearly done. His body lets him down too often!

Bowey, Jetta, Daw, Deakyn Smith, Bedford all look very good! BB Must play next week with Weeds also a strong chance. I thought Majak rucked extremely well, Bowey astute ball winner and user!

I have a gut feeling BBB might play next week. Call it a roomur if you like.

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4 minutes ago, forever demons said:

not yet he is playing in the 2s and not very well

I thought he acquitted himself quite well myself. In my opinion I don't think we will see him in the team anytime soon but I reckon he's good enough to get a couple games later in the year despite his size.

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4 minutes ago, Nascent said:

I thought he acquitted himself quite well myself. In my opinion I don't think we will see him in the team anytime soon but I reckon he's good enough to get a couple games later in the year despite his size.

ok play him on grandfinal day

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39 minutes ago, forever demons said:

yep,rush  the boys  in and ruin them ,we have a      history of that at the mfc

I think you might be missing the middle-ground option.  You can play your first game of football without be tasked with manning one of the best players ever at the peak of his powers.

 

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2 minutes ago, forever demons said:

thats dumb,let him grow up

You seem to be trying to fire off as many edgy comments as you can in a short amount of time.  

You’re disrespectful... we get it.

Put down the phone, go outside, and yell at the neighbourhood children.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, Redleg said:

So what is Chandler doing then? Has someone pulled out tonight?

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2 hours ago, Pickett2Jackson said:

The worlds most livable city (lol) with its typical weather right before the big game tonight.

I really think you should change you moniker to "Mister Positivity"  

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1 hour ago, Return to Glory said:

Picket, so Bowey stepped up from a reasonable performance the week before? Can you see him forward of the Centre in the ones, off a flank? 

He might become our version of Caleb Daniels!!🤩

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