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2 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

Now it's saying Chandler is our medical sub

Prefer Jones , he has the experience and had asked he can adjust to the pace instantly, also more versatile in terms of the position he can play

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Its funny Ch 7 saying ...."Petracca, is there a better player in the competition"? So much hype...

I feel like hes still got a heap of improvement to come and hes really just starting to hit his straps now....

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8 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Absolutely pathetic crowd again this week. We will be outnumbered by Swans fans at our own home game. Incredible 

You would hope not. Christ what more can you ask for this team. I wonder if people thinks it's to hard to come to the footy now with booking tickets & people are still wary about venturing out. 

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5 minutes ago, Wadda We Sing said:

Its funny Ch 7 saying ...."Petracca, is there a better player in the competition"? So much hype...

I feel like hes still got a heap of improvement to come and hes really just starting to hit his straps now....

Needs to really fix his statIionary shots on goal.

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Light drizzle here at the moment but it may not effect the game as I am in Northern Europe and it is 11am. 
 

hey, everyone else was giving weather reports. 

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25 minutes ago, Dee-lusional said:

Chandler in as the sub

Like the cut of the jib of this young fella. Will get his opportunity in due course.

Time to settle accounts Demons... call in the taxidermist.

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7 minutes ago, CHF said:

Light drizzle here at the moment but it may not effect the game as I am in Northern Europe and it is 11am. 
 

hey, everyone else was giving weather reports. 

Youll have to wait until half time for a vb.

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3 minutes ago, CHF said:

Light drizzle here at the moment but it may not effect the game as I am in Northern Europe and it is 11am. 
 

hey, everyone else was giving weather reports. 

Cold and clear in the Northern Rivers and magnificent today - 26

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6 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Who knows? I think it’s the ticketing system. Ppl can’t be arsed. It has been a disaster 

I think it's this, people get their normal reserved seat against the Blues next week I think it will help crowd numbers

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19 minutes ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

Absolutely pathetic crowd again this week. We will be outnumbered by Swans fans at our own home game. Incredible 

There’s a fair amount still streaming in, they were just having a dart and enjoying some hot jam donuts.

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Alright, here, in my seat. For what will be the last time with this stupid ticketing system. Even with a low crowd they make heavy weather of it.

Go Dees. 

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6 minutes ago, leave it to deever said:

Youll have to wait until half time for a vb.

Tough to get a vb in these parts. However I think a glass or two of a good red might go down well. 

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7 minutes ago, CHF said:

Tough to get a vb in these parts. However I think a glass or two of a good red might go down well. 

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15 minutes ago, Bates Mate said:

Prefer Jones , he has the experience and had asked he can adjust to the pace instantly, also more versatile in terms of the position he can play

You have to give preference to the young blokes, so I’m pleased to see Chandler as sub.

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2 minutes ago, wheaters31 said:

I thought we were red legs?

What's with the socks?

Good pick up. They are disgusting. 
 

Should've forced them to wear white. And white shorts. The filth would’ve 

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