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7 minutes ago, DubDee said:

I watching the replay of last nights game 

I highly recommend it. ?

I going to sleep now coz boring footy match. 
I highly recommend it. ?

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1 minute ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

BT at it again:

”Adelaide gradually getting better as the season goes on”

Adelaide after round 4: 3 wins / 1 loss

Adelaide from round 5-16: 2 wins/9 losses 

They're getting better

Just every other team is getting better at a faster rate...

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5 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

They're getting better

Just every other team is getting better at a faster rate...

I honestly don’t know if you’re being serious or funny/sarcastic (been a long week) but the Crows are getting worse as the season goes on at a great rate of knots.

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I'm guessing the so called 'Baby Bombers' are actually way older than Adelaide tonight. Is that correct?

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Parish, what a player, touted as a Brownlow Medalist, touted as a footballer,expert ball thrower, expert head pull  off tactician and all round General Klink. 

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I gave up at quarter time and put on that soft porn show on Netflix. And I tell you what, I think more balls were touched in one episode than Adelaide did the entire night. 

Essendon will now get to think they’re amazing which is funny and Adelaide can go back to SA to help navigate traffic in those jumpers. 

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2 hours ago, A F said:

I'm guessing the so called 'Baby Bombers' are actually way older than Adelaide tonight. Is that correct?

yep - peptides don't have much experience but a lot of their players in that 30-70 game range are relatively 'old', e.g. stewart and hind are both 27, cutler 26, laverde, wright, and waterman 25, redman 24

they have a couple - literally; cox and perkins - of exciting first year players plus jones who is only in his second year who should be super for them, but given their age profile and list demographic they really should be a finals side

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8 hours ago, —coach— said:

on what planet, in which dimension and in what alternate reality did we manage to lose to Adelaide????
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? happens sometimes. 

7 hours ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Sarcastic

They are puss!

Geelong are puss: Adelaide are pus!

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I know we're not a team that wins by big margins but surely we should smash Adelaide in Round 22. They have their cue in the rack and the holidays booked by the looks of it.

I switched off after half time. One of the worst Friday night games since Carlton stuck it up a few seasons ago after being inexplicably handed some prime time slots.

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1 hour ago, Better days ahead said:

I know we're not a team that wins by big margins but surely we should smash Adelaide in Round 22. They have their cue in the rack and the holidays booked by the looks of it.

I switched off after half time. One of the worst Friday night games since Carlton stuck it up a few seasons ago after being inexplicably handed some prime time slots.

I hope we feel like we owe them one after they beat us at home earlier in the year due to dodgy umpiring. 

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12 hours ago, buck_nekkid said:

What an objectionable [censored] that Stringer is.

When the dogs won their flag Stringer and Libba turned up for a school clinic up here in the bush during the following pre-season.
Anyway, I asked if I could take a pic while my mate who is a mad bulldog supporter went over to shake his hand.
Stringer blew him off and couldn't even look him in the eye.
I knew there and then the bloke was a total [censored].


 

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11 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

I honestly don’t know if you’re being serious or funny/sarcastic (been a long week) but the Crows are getting worse as the season goes on at a great rate of knots.


Gawd, we've been shockingly bad over the years with our seasons decending into complete garbage.
Yeah, we're going ok ATM but fork.
How quickly we forget.

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I haven’t been following Hawthorn very closely of late but I’m interested in some of their selections this week. That Newcombe kid was great on his debut last month when they sliced up the Swans and Tim O’Brien was good a couple of weeks ago when he put in his claim for the Mark of the Year award against the GWS Giants. Both omitted for this week. Tanking or setting themselves up to take a big scalp against us next week?

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1 hour ago, Fork 'em said:

When the dogs won their flag Stringer and Libba turned up for a school clinic up here in the bush during the following pre-season.
Anyway, I asked if I could take a pic while my mate who is a mad bulldog supporter went over to shake his hand.
Stringer blew him off and couldn't even look him in the eye.
I knew there and then the bloke was a total [censored].


 

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Didn’t think it possible to hate him more than I already do. 

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Anyone give the Blues a sniff this evening? Would be a handy result.

If we miss out on top 2 we can 100% blame the Adelaide loss. It should never have come down to an umpiring decision in the final 20 seconds. They are a terrible footy club who are in full rebuild.

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48 minutes ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Anyone give the Blues a sniff this evening? Would be a handy result.

If we miss out on top 2 we can 100% blame the Adelaide loss. It should never have come down to an umpiring decision in the final 20 seconds. They are a terrible footy club who are in full rebuild.

On the cats outs yes, but on structure/system no.    Hopefully the blues and swans get up this week. 

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