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6 minutes ago, monoccular said:

Do you actually believe that?

Fauci is now, having said that widespread vaccination would mean no masks, saying that masks indoors and out may "be needed" indefinitely, for all even primary school kids.

This pandemic has seen a litany of mixed massages.

Agree but as the virus mutates the conditions/ rules change. iMO it is  going to get a lot worse before it gets better. You can put your house on there is going to be an up graded booster shot in 2022. 

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Yes monocular I do believe our health professionals, that is why I am fully vaccinated and according to the experts if I catch COVID I will more than likely survive without serious side effects. I pay no attention to social media,  or the Press for that matter. They are not singing from the same song list, full vaccination means lower death risk and I am all for that.

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On 7/27/2021 at 9:31 PM, Rusty Nails said:

Thank Lucifer the ressies are back is all i can say!

Just need 6 to 8 players to play a blinder so they can replace some severely out of form players up top!  :rolleyes:

Casey bring much excitement to the AFL team - nearing the interest in the 'seconds' that was held years ago but these were pre-match games so you got to look at a very full squad regularly. I'd really like to see a handful of Casey players rotationally subbed into the Dees' team on a more regular basis. The longer term benefits could be enormous rather than play the same olds - in form or not - to the death.

Carna Dees, 'Carn Casey!

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The Casey Demons v Footscray

B: D. Turner 42 J. Hutchins 60 D. Smith 34

HB: C. Stockdale A. Bradtke 46 J. Lockhart 41

C: O. Baker 33 K. Declase 40 N. Jetta 39

HF: T. Bedford 12 M. White 52 Z. Foot 53 

F: F. Rosman 19 79 C Ellison 79 B. Laurie 16

Foll: J. Bell 73 J. Munro 47 N. Jones 2

I/C: J. Briggs 54 T. Freeman 67 G. Grey 68 R. Sparkes 47

Emerg: A. Courtney 65 M. Lewis 63 T. McCaffery 62 M. Shepherd 77

The Covid19 situation and the need for clubs to be mindful of the possibility of relocation elsewhere for periods of a week or two is having an effect on the competition. With the Western Bulldogs playing here in Victoria, they can have most of their reserve players playing VFL. Casey will be doing without many of their regular AFL affiliated players who have been in the team - the likes of Chandler, Melksham, J Smith, Weideman and vandenBerg that would form the backbone of the team. They’re going to be in trouble tomorrow.

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2 hours ago, Dee-licious said:

Teams up - but to save you time - Weid, Hibbo, Chandler, AVB, Jordan, Melk, and maybe Daw must be travelling with us as not named. 

The VFL concept is surely broken. Most of the guys above have played three games since May 23rd. How can they stay match fit over that period, let alone find some form.
 

And now they will be travelling for three weeks with no games. For the apparent elite sporting competition in Australia this is embarrassing.
 

And before anyone jumps in with the COVID card, I get it, but it’s not as though COVID is an unexpected issue for this season. 

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15 hours ago, DeeZone said:

Yes monocular I do believe our health professionals, that is why I am fully vaccinated and according to the experts if I catch COVID I will more than likely survive without serious side effects. I pay no attention to social media,  or the Press for that matter. They are not singing from the same song list, full vaccination means lower death risk and I am all for that.

You have my vote DZ.

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17 minutes ago, buck_nekkid said:

Coverage?  Any hope of seeing it on the box or the inter web?

As I think someone may have alreaady said, it's a freebie on Kayo.

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1 hour ago, deespicable me said:

AZ DZ?

Yes DM no side effects.

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3 hours ago, sue said:

As I think someone may have alreaady said, it's a freebie on Kayo.

Yep, just need to download the app, register and watch.

'Freebie' so for those that may not know it costs nothing. No subscription.. etc

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16 hours ago, Whispering_Jack said:

Looks like they must have taken Majak with them.

A great opportunity to play Maj for one solo match and manage / rest both Max & Dogga for this one.  Send those two straight to Perth to prep for the Eagles.  Oops match cancelled!  Serves Gil right....trying to be too smart by half.  Just bring everyone into one hub and finish off the season FCS.

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