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18 hours ago, Undeeterred said:

Agility is restricted?

Dead set laughable.

My G.d how much rubbish in about 2?paras of dribble.

Tslk about a doubting Thomas and negative Nellie.

All you have done is brought up doubts about Tommy snd his agility ( most are laughable) and questioned his magnificent pre season  effort great clubmanship and NEAR 2018 form in leading our attack the fourth best in the AFL to date.

Suggest you  go back and visit the replay and get some rose coloured glasses on!!

This forward line is still a work in progress but is gaining potential and needs BBB or Sam to get their form  going and clunk some marks.

zBack to the drawing board  Young blood !

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Interesting aside in the Gus and Gawny podcast. Max was going to talk about the draft, gus told him to shhh, max asked if we were still interested in werribee, Benny Gibson gave a very quick no

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6 minutes ago, Mickey said:

Interesting aside in the Gus and Gawny podcast. Max was going to talk about the draft, gus told him to shhh, max asked if we were still interested in werribee, Benny Gibson gave a very quick no

JT's cooking up a smokey for sure

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2 hours ago, Dr.D said:

id loooooooove matthew Parker.  ex saint. so much mongrel in him and speed 

absolutely not, the ferret never showed any real signs 

2 hours ago, Salems Lot said:

No love for Nathan Freeman from any club?

i'm interested !

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Still think that we need a back up half back 188-192cm with pace and foot skills but no pressure JT...!!!!

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Welcome to Melbourne Kye Declase

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ROUND ONE

1 - North Melbourne - Jacob Edwards (Sandringham Dragons, ruck/forward)

2 - Hawthorn - Jai Newcombe (Box Hill Hawks, midfielder)

3 - Collingwood - Ash Johnson (Sturt, forward)

4 - Adelaide - Patrick Parnell (Murray Bushrangers, defender)

5 - Gold Coast - Ned Moyle (Oakleigh Chargers, ruck)

6 - Carlton - Alex Mirkov (Carlton VFL, ruck)

7 - St Kilda - Max Heath (Sandringham Dragons, ruck)

8 - Greater Western Sydney - James Peatling (GWS Academy, defender)

9 - Essendon - Sam Durham (Richmond VFL, midfielder)

10 - Richmond - Matthew Parker (ex-St Kilda/South Fremantle, forward)

11 - West Coast - William Collins (Swan Districts, defender)

12 - Sydney - Lachlan McAndrew (Sydney VFL, ruckman)

13 - Port Adelaide - Jed McEntee (Sturt, forward)

14 - Brisbane - Kalin Lane (Claremont, ruckman)

15 - Melbourne - Kye Declase (Werribee, defender)

ROUND TWO

16 - North Melbourne - Charlie Ham (Geelong Falcons, midfielder)

17 - Hawthorn - Jackson Callow (Norwood, forward)

18 - Collingwood - Aiden Begg (Eastern Ranges, ruck/forward)

19 - Gold Coast - PASS

20 - Carlton - Jordan Boyd (Footscray, small forward)

21 - St Kilda - Cooper Sharman (Oakleigh Chargers/Woodville-West Torrens, forward)

22 - Essendon - PASS

23 - West Coast - Connor West (West Perth, midfield)

24 - Melbourne - Daniel Turner (Murray Bushrangers, defender)

ROUND THREE

25 - Carlton - PASS

26 - St Kilda- PASS

ROUND FOUR

27 - St Kilda - PASS

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makes gawny and guss' comments today even more confusing... maybe they were told to keep it under wraps mid sentence otherwise could make for a frosty 2nd meeting with kye

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Got to be happy with the picks. Replacements for Tomlinson. Declase can play on the wing as well. Played on the wing in the Bulldogs practice game didn't do much but we did get belted so not easy to get a kick in that game.

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20 hours ago, adonski said:

On Gus & Gawny, they touched briefly on the mid season draft, and mentioned the 'Werribee player' that trained with the club (didn't name him but was obviously Declase), and reading between the lines, sounded like he didn't impress

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2 hours ago, DeeZone said:

Still think that we need a back up half back 188-192cm with pace and foot skills but no pressure JT...!!!!

I was hoping for the above but to get two between 192 - 195cm is great but have they pace and foot skills. How funny the Max let the cat out of the bag on their podcast.???

Welcome aboard Kye and Daniel.!!!!!

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3 minutes ago, DeeZone said:

I was hoping for the above but to get two between 192 - 195cm is great but have they pace and foot skills. How funny the Max let the cat out of the bag on their podcast.???

Welcome aboard Kyle and Daniel.!!!!!

kyle?!?! we didnt reselect dunkley did we!?     think ya meant kye* xx

 

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3 minutes ago, adonski said:

Don't smile at me again, Surgeon 

You're free to go about and listen. They thought he was crap at the time. 

yep absolutely back what you're saying, i was listening on audio only so couldn't tell if maybe they were exaggerating their point to hide their slip or as i thought at the time and basically all night up until 10 minutes ago that he was completely woeful at football

edit: just watched it back gussy seemed absolutely clued in "nah nah nah, keep it under wraps" and then benny gibson tried to defuse it and gawny kinda chuckled at himself like ahhh whatve i done here

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Welcome to the club boys. 

On a side note, there has been reports that Mac Andrew, our NGA player in the draft this year could be bid on before pick 20 which would mean we would not be able to match the bid. 

5 clubs picked up pure rucks with 2 more picking up Ruck/Fwds. Hopefully the majority impress which should prevent clubs from taking a punt on a ruck with a top 20 pick.

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9 minutes ago, Turner said:

kyle?!?! we didnt reselect dunkley did we!?     think ya meant kye* xx

 

Damn spell checker ha ha sure I wrote Kye.!!

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