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7 minutes ago, Deestroy All said:

And we’ve got Stkilda and North to look forward to! Electrifying sports entertainment. 

Could be a close game

PS to be honest I would rather clean my shoes and cut my finger nails.

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Gee whizz, it's a good thing the Pies had an extra skill session this week. This could have been a complete blow out otherwise !!

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My god that game was pathetic. Although at the end part of me wanted the pies to sneak another to make it interesting. But this was a team 3rd on the ladder and they could only manage 8 goals. Collingwood was just as bad. They couldn't even kick a goal in 2 quarters. 

We had kicked more goals at half time than the cats had all game. 

On another note is it wrong of me to hope Grundy has done a minor injury and miss our game. 

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3 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

My god that game was pathetic. Although at the end part of me wanted the pies to sneak another to make it interesting. But this was a team 3rd on the ladder and they could only manage 8 goals. Collingwood was just as bad. They couldn't even kick a goal in 2 quarters. 

We had kicked more goals at half time than the cats had all game. 

On another note is it wrong of me to hope Grundy has done a minor injury and miss our game. 

Yes.

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10 minutes ago, Brownie said:

Mitch Robinson ran right off his mark for that kick after the siren. How was that not play on? These rules do my head in. The ump said he was fine to do it.

The umps in the Pies game allowed a plethora of short kicks and "protected zone" invasions. They might not like the rules (and let's face it, some of them are bad rules) but they don't get to decide which ones to enforce and which ones not. The AFL don't care.

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2 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

My god that game was pathetic. Although at the end part of me wanted the pies to sneak another to make it interesting. But this was a team 3rd on the ladder and they could only manage 8 goals. Collingwood was just as bad. They couldn't even kick a goal in 2 quarters. 

We had kicked more goals at half time than the cats had all game. 

On another note is it wrong of me to hope Grundy has done a minor injury and miss our game. 

It's an interesting season. The lions are well in front of GWS but not really looking that fantastic either.
Mitch Robinson looks like the main one to stop. No other Brisbane player seems to be dominating.
GWS look bog ordinary.
Haven't seen a lot of Port so far though.

Dees, Dog and perhaps the Lions and daylight to the rest.

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2 minutes ago, Brownie said:

It's an interesting season. The lions are well in front of GWS but not really looking that fantastic either.
Mitch Robinson looks like the main one to stop. No other Brisbane player seems to be dominating.
GWS look bog ordinary.
Haven't seen a lot of Port so far though.

Dees, Dog and perhaps the Lions and daylight to the rest.

Geelong are the sleeper...

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I'm finding it hard to watch these crowdless games. The absence of crowd noise is manageable but for some reason they've stopped enabling the umpires mic on free kicks. Didn't think that would annoy me so much but stoppage after stoppage I'm left guessing if it's a ball up, holding the ball or some other decision. 

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Pies v Cats: unwatchable.

Lions v Giants: training drill

Saints v Roos: is this AFL or VFL?

Lockdown means time to watch footy and the footy is putrid.

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10 minutes ago, Nascent said:

I'm finding it hard to watch these crowdless games. The absence of crowd noise is manageable but for some reason they've stopped enabling the umpires mic on free kicks. Didn't think that would annoy me so much but stoppage after stoppage I'm left guessing if it's a ball up, holding the ball or some other decision. 

I guess they stop the umps Mike’s because they don’t want to broadcast the players swearing 

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15 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

that would be even funnier and the pies would be filthy. 

It would be the end of this current board you would think. I think they are gone any way. It is very hard not to enjoy all this.Not that I am trying.

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Pretty disgraceful exhibition of booing at the Gabba today . Couldn't be the maggots, Brisbane are pets...

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1 hour ago, Brownie said:

Mitch Robinson looks like the main one to stop. No other Brisbane player seems to be dominating.

Cameron has been threatening to have a big game. Hibbo will need to be alert next week. 

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57 minutes ago, Maldonboy38 said:

Lions v Giants: training drill

I thought this would be much closer. the Giants form has been solid but there first quarter was as bad as their game against Freo. Totally disinterested today.

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39 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

that would be even funnier and the pies would be filthy. 


The pies are going to get the best player in the draft anyways in Daicos through father son. They would have to pay for him through points anyways so made sense for them to trade their future first last year rather than using it to pay for Daicos this year.  But its fantastic for GWS getting what will be a top 5 pick. They must be rapt watching the pies flounder.

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