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1 hour ago, Nasher said:

If he plays well, it'll be interesting to see what happens once Jackson is fit.  I don't think it's implausible that he holds Jackson out when both are available, in the same way others have held him out. 

it keeps the heat on Ben Brown and Tom McDonald as well, 1-2 bad weeks and Jackson could take their place. 

 

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There will be times where Brown weid and tmac will share the forward line, I am really excited to see this.

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Hopefully he can kick a few and cement a spot in the team. He'll need a run of games though, at least 3 i'd say. Very difficult to hit the ground running after such a long lay off.

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Bulldogs will be nervous if Weid finds form. their backline is a big weakness imo and if we can get our midfield sorted over the next 2 weeks, which i'm conident we can, we could become an even better side 

 

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I feel the need, the nnnneeeedd for Wwweeeiiiidddd!!!

Glad to hear Mark Williams is high on him, hopefully Sammy has the confidence to take his shot. 
 

Can’t wait for him to be potted if he doesn’t star, give him a few weeks people! 

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1 hour ago, Craig Hutchinson said:

Nothing to do with Weids promise Mania . I am 61 and feeling comfortably numb is normal .

I am a good deal older than 61, CH. Comfortable, but not numb. I play golf every day and that makes this 'senior' lithe, lively and relatively fit for age. Try it, you'll love it. Footy has its frustrations that we bear. Golf has even more frustrations that are the characteristic fun of the game.

To your post, earlier, I almost stated: My Floyd has turned pink, and my numbness is as weak as the Waters. 

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34 minutes ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

Bulldogs will be nervous if Weid finds form. their backline is a big weakness imo and if we can get our midfield sorted over the next 2 weeks, which i'm conident we can, we could become an even better side 

 

This proposed 'fit and ready' forward line that we have been planning will be frightening for any opposition. Our backline is already in their nightmare(s) and if the midfield can re-group, distemper will set in with halucinations of the Red and the Blue.

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Remember when we had Tmac firing next to Hogan , Hannan and Garlett. It seemed like a powerful combination.

Well now we have Tmac firing....Bbb...Sw...Kozzie and Frtiitta.

Not too shabby.

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25 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

I feel the need, the nnnneeeedd for Wwweeeiiiidddd!!!

Glad to hear Mark Williams is high on him, hopefully Sammy has the confidence to take his shot. 
 

Can’t wait for him to be potted if he doesn’t star, give him a few weeks people! 

Fans will burn the joint down if he makes a hash of it.

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2+ goals, 10-15 touches, a few free kicks and maybe a contested mark or two.  Cause thats an average game from Ben Brown based on career performances.

Admittedly, all reports are he's taken a big leap forward this year so intriguing to see. Hope he gets a few weeks to show it. 

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1 hour ago, Patches O’houlihan said:

it keeps the heat on Ben Brown and Tom McDonald as well, 1-2 bad weeks and Jackson could take their place. 

 

 Jacko  will come back into the team no doubt so it is up to all players to perform to keep their spot.

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Would have thought after 5 years in the system by Weideman - all the puns would have been exhausted... 

I suspect 'headline writers' have around 1000 options just sitting there...and just need to scroll through Demonland 😘

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9 minutes ago, demonstone said:

Fans will burn the joint down if he makes a hash of it.

Yes, but if he teams well with Ben then it will be Hash Browns!

(I will see myself out now)

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6 minutes ago, TRIGON said:

Yes, but if he teams well with Ben then it will be Hash Browns!

(I will see myself out now)

And the following week in Adelaide, Weid'll stone the Crows.

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3 minutes ago, Fanatique Demon said:

Good thing you didn’t. 

Just a little bit of fun, a word play, that's all. 

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