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Oliver - Hollywood Olly returns

Viney - selfish and wasteful 

Gawn - tried but unconvincing 

Petracca - failed important moments

Salem - not as dominant 

Fritsch - took his chances

Brayshaw - regularly butchered disposals

Langdon - couldn’t hurt opponents

Jordon - was rarely sighted

Hibberd - never looked controlled 

Lever - safe without dominance

Pickett - needed more involvement 

Neal-Bullen - retention not justified 

Spargo - great first quarter

Hunt - successfully provided run

vandenBerg - a momentum killer

Brown - had little effect

Rivers - has lost impact

McDonald - was almost unsighted

May - safe and reliable 

Petty - continued to impress 

Jackson - just a game

 

 

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Ridiculously harsh on Salem & AVB.  

Salem was a rock & AVB was a terrific game for someone who hadn't played for a very long time and had very little VFL football.  He had a big hand in 3 goal scoring chains and came back from a huge bump.

Way too complimentary on Gawn who had his worst game in his last 50 odd.

Jackson wasn't just a game, he was once again, very poor and just isn't giving enough.  

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5 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

Ridiculously harsh on Salem & AVB.  

Salem was a rock & AVB was a terrific game for someone who hadn't played for a very long time and had very little VFL football.  He had a big hand in 3 goal scoring chains and came back from a huge bump.

Way too complimentary on Gawn who had his worst game in his last 50 odd.

Jackson wasn't just a game, he was once again, very poor and just isn't giving enough.  

Disagree on Gawn.  He tried very hard.  That chase in the third was immense.  My Hawthorn supporting mates said they win by 4 goals if Gawn wasn't playing.

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Just now, Swooper1987 said:

Disagree on Gawn.  He tried very hard.  That chase in the third was immense.  My Hawthorn supporting mates said they win by 4 goals if Gawn wasn't playing.

The only reason they drew was that he was getting clear hit outs and everything went to Mitchell, Worpel & O'Meara.

Also, can't stand the smiling and lack of intensity.  The Captain sets the level of intensity and fanaticism  Never see Joel Selwood smiling!

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9 minutes ago, Dr.D said:

Viney: career worst form
Players: drinking own bathwater.
Goodwin: can't motivate players

VINEY A LIABILITY

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18 minutes ago, goodwindees said:

Ridiculously harsh on Salem & AVB.  

Salem was a rock & AVB was a terrific game for someone who hadn't played for a very long time and had very little VFL football.  He had a big hand in 3 goal scoring chains and came back from a huge bump.

Way too complimentary on Gawn who had his worst game in his last 50 odd.

Jackson wasn't just a game, he was once again, very poor and just isn't giving enough.  

I don't know who is a less convincing kick for goal, Jackson or Oliver. 

Will cost us finals, our sh*tty kicking.

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I'm usually the first one to pot the umpires but not this time. The game should've been over at half time no questions asked, but we slackened off for 10 mins and lost the game. That's on our players.

Picture this, 3/4 time, our premiership hopes are on the line in terms of a top 4 finish. We recognise that we need to start winning more contests. So what happens at the first centre bounce in the last quarter? A straight forward centre clearance and kick to Lewis who strolls in to take the mark and goals. Enough said. 

It was a pea hearted effort by all players and coaches tonight. 

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53 minutes ago, joeboy said:

Oliver - Hollywood Olly returns

Viney - selfish and wasteful 

Gawn - tried but unconvincing 

Petracca - failed important moments

Salem - not as dominant 

Fritsch - took his chances

Brayshaw - regularly butchered disposals

Langdon - couldn’t hurt opponents

Jordon - was rarely sighted

Hibberd - never looked controlled 

Lever - safe without dominance

Pickett - needed more involvement 

Neal-Bullen - retention not justified 

Spargo - great first quarter

Hunt - successfully provided run

vandenBerg - a momentum killer

Brown - had little effect

Rivers - has lost impact

McDonald - was almost unsighted

May - safe and reliable 

Petty - continued to impress 

Jackson - just a game

 

 

Don’t agree with many joeboy. Trac and Clarry were among our best and what was safe and reliable about May? Poor game imo

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Very selfish game by Viney... 11 tackles! He obviously is trying too hard! 32 Disposals... He should stick with 6 or 7 to warrant the criticism that the astute arm-chair critics of Demonland spit out! Only third for the team on metres gained... well that caps it off!

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Viney : Equal Accumulate more DIstribute

Clarrie : Lower your eyes

Kozzie : 300 Set shot practice

Gus: 500 set shot practice

Brown : Stay away from TMac

Tmac: Stay away from Brown

Petty: Keep improving

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18 minutes ago, waynewussell said:

Very selfish game by Viney... 11 tackles! He obviously is trying too hard! 32 Disposals... He should stick with 6 or 7 to warrant the criticism that the astute arm-chair critics of Demonland spit out! Only third for the team on metres gained... well that caps it off!

You're too caught up in the stats movement. The turnovers killed us. Time and time again. 

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