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The MRP adjudicated the North incident as no case to answer (looked accidental to me). I don’t recall the incident with Grainger-Barass he refers to. Nobody seriously questioned the Hind incident either

Just more standard Dermie guff

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As dumb and poorly worded as Dermie put it, he has walked the line a few times, the one on North guy especially. 
But the point I think he was trying to get to (he always does ramble for ages) is that Fritta needs to be careful as the next one prob will be a suspension and that would hurt us. Especially if it occurs in a final.

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Boo [censored] hoo Dermott. It’s a contact sport (though it’s getting softer every week), what Fritsch did was fine. I was actually quite surprised he was so physical in that particular contest, as I reckon Bayley is a bit on the soft side.

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3 minutes ago, Ethan Trembley said:

The man who uses 2000 words to explain something that could be explained in 20. Apart from that, don’t mind Derm. 

He really does trip over his own explanations with some frequency...

Just like he tripped over Rayden Tallis' head that time

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Are we talking about the incident where beanpole fritsch hip-and- shouldered DGB fairly in a marking contest?

Pretty sure it's not baileys fault that DGBs shoulders are made of glass.

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Inaccurate, and hypocritical, but just a little entertaining in typical Dermie style. 

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Fritta is about the least likely on our list to cause physical pain to an opposition player - other than by accident 

Dermie is a fool of the highest order the sooner he is sent to pasture the better 

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14 minutes ago, Sydee said:

Fritta is about the least likely on our list to cause physical pain to an opposition player - other than by accident 

Make no mistake.
Fritta's sneaky mean.
The forearm wasn't an accident and neither was the essendon fella into the goal post.
I particularly enjoyed that one and watching him slink away like nothing happened.

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44 minutes ago, Sydee said:

Fritta is about the least likely on our list to cause physical pain to an opposition player - other than by accident 

Dermie is a fool of the highest order the sooner he is sent to pasture the better 

So eloquently put. Well said sir!!

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From the bloke who kneed Mark Yeates in the testicles and proceeded to say disparaging things about his girlfriend as he was getting carted off the ground, he should at least have the common sense to preface his remarks with ‘maybe I’m not the bloke to be casting aspersions here’.. 

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I reckon dermie has even James Joyce covered for describing mundane things to the nth degree

I rate Bailey highly. He is a skinny bugger but still manages to use his body. We would be in strife without him

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