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3 hours ago, picket fence said:

Always gunna be smarties that spoil the moment. Ok he was SENSATIONAL last night! Happy now ??

I think most of us are aware that most of your really vicious posts are when you have had a few sherberts but seriously, your anti Jack and gobsmackingly anti Max posts have made me want to break my phone at times. Perhaps in the future you could count to ten before posting? 

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3 hours ago, picket fence said:

Always gunna be smarties that spoil the moment. Ok he was SENSATIONAL last night! Happy now ??

Picket Fence.  You might be at odds with the views of many but we all should remember that you are a fellow Dees fanatic and just (hopefully) want the best for the Melbourne Footy Club and bring us premiership glory.  Time to wrap our arms around each other and march on  !!!

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41 minutes ago, Demons11 said:

Delete thread and rename it to ‘The never trade Jack Viney thread’

Ditto, his name should never be spoken in vein ever again.

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2 hours ago, demon3165 said:

Ah the was waiting for you, yes he played very well give him that, but did not see a different game style from him.

1. Instead of see ball get ball he actually spread when he did not have the ball.

2. The first instinct of trying to break tackles he gave off handballs nearly performed Olivers role of the past and it has allowed Oliver and co to be able to be more outside runners.

3. His depth of kicking is still a problem but can go past that if he keeps playing that way.

 

Wow. Just show some humility and so you were wrong. For your own good and your demon soul.

You are acting in an 'olisik' type fashion and you don't want that d3165, you don't want that.

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I never wanted to trade or lose him, but I genuinely believed that Jordon or Sparrow would overtake him by finals time. Very glad I am wrong. He was brilliant.

There is no way a team is going to tag all 3 of Trac, Clarry and Viney. 2 of them always emerge as match winners. With so much attention on Clarry (who still got 27 touches by the way), Viney was able to play his game the way he wanted to. His kicking has improved (Chocco?) and he has stopped trying to break every first tackle. 

Can't wait to see him with a fire in his belly come GF.

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22 minutes ago, rpfc said:

Wow. Just show some humility and so you were wrong. For your own good and your demon soul.

You are acting in an 'olisik' type fashion and you don't want that d3165, you don't want that.

rp

Well you should thank me for helping him, it seems he has read what I have said about him and he has taken that in the way he played because he went from a selfish, see ball get ball, butcherd ball and turnover king to one of a team player, so I will take your thanks in good spirit and hope he plays the same in the grand final.

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On 7/18/2021 at 10:03 AM, Demon3 said:

The anti-Jackers tend to see what he doesn't do rather that what we does do. he is unconditional, that's a trait I would have in my team every week rather than some that pick and choose. He has his limitations and they can be frustrating but he will keep getting better. 

Trade Brayshaw, I swear he has regressed as a footballer and is nothing but run of the mill. Can't have AVB either, he is tough but slow. 

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2 hours ago, Maldonboy38 said:

I never wanted to trade or lose him, but I genuinely believed that Jordon or Sparrow would overtake him by finals time. Very glad I am wrong. He was brilliant.

There is no way a team is going to tag all 3 of Trac, Clarry and Viney. 2 of them always emerge as match winners. With so much attention on Clarry (who still got 27 touches by the way), Viney was able to play his game the way he wanted to. His kicking has improved (Chocco?) and he has stopped trying to break every first tackle. 

Can't wait to see him with a fire in his belly come GF.

I agree that I thought he could be bypassed by Sparrow in particular (and probably will in due course)  but as others have said he is a finals (or other big game) player, and had a ripper particularly early on when the scene was being set last night.   An integral cog ⚙️ in the midfield. 

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It would be a great result if Jack won the Norm Smith Medal and won a Premiership this year his Father and Uncle would be over the moon.

The players like Gawn, Petracca and Oliver would be very happy for him and the Team.

Jack has been a great player but injury has made his journey to 150 games a very long process the last player who lost lots of games due to injury and was an exceptional player was Glen Lovett who played over 100 games in the same period as Jimmy Stynes  but never seemed to string games together.

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