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Maybe the AFL can just give us the 4 points after initially taking it away from us last week.

Rabid dogs?

Which is why i refuse to take the contraceptive pill

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Maybe the AFL can just give us the 4 points after initially taking it away from us last week.

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I don’t care if we play to an empty stadium. I hope the quarantine disrupts their preparations. Bring it on.

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Default to us as compensation for the fiasco in Adelaide.  Seems about right thanks Gil!

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8 minutes ago, Lefty said:

Hopefully they all test negative.

A positive test result would definitely force us into a compacted fixture later in the year.

Also, because if they all test negative they're not battling a potentially life-threatening disease. 

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haha we are a petty bunch.

Don't we want to face a full strength dogs to see what we're made of?

Silly question I know I know...

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10 minutes ago, La Dee-vina Comedia said:

Also, because if they all test negative they're not battling a potentially life-threatening disease. 

Ahhhh .... yes ....  of course .... that's definitely what I meant.

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Clearly this is GOD punishing the AFL for not committing sufficient resources towards quality umpiring.

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They have to do more than just testing there today. Has to be every day for a week at least.

Embarrassing scenario of maybe the two bottom teams playing off in the GF

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AFL Rule apparently no spitting, talking or breathing during game by Bulldog

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39 minutes ago, Garbo said:

Highly unlikely anyone would be positive, but it does interrupt there preparation which can only be an advantage for us.

It didn't make any difference to the Swans when they had to isolate nor the Kangaroos.

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6 minutes ago, CYB said:

9 cases now. Surely there are no crowds at this point.

We'll most likely be in Lockdown by the weekend at this stage. Games might not even go ahead in Victoria.

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6 minutes ago, Demonland said:

We'll most likely be in Lockdown by the weekend at this stage. Games might not even go ahead in Victoria.

There won't be a lockdown. Games will go ahead. There will be crowds. 

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18 minutes ago, CYB said:

9 cases now. Surely there are no crowds at this point.

 

10 minutes ago, Demonland said:

We'll most likely be in Lockdown by the weekend at this stage. Games might not even go ahead in Victoria.

If ever there was a (non health related) reason people need to get vaccinated this is it. Population gets vaccinated, it no longer becomes an issue how many cases get reported. Life goes on. 

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26 minutes ago, binman said:

There won't be a lockdown. Games will go ahead. There will be crowds. 

Don't worry binman we wont wake you.

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