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2 minutes ago, loges said:

Great news, how's the trip going ?

Just had a quick catch up with Uncle, we will have drinks later tonight 

Me i am not venturing too far from the Hotel Pool 

it’s too hot during the day

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1 hour ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I think LJ will stay from what i am hearing from inside MFC

The Media are right off course and it’s not about money. 
Sorry i can’t say anymore at this point, i was asked not too

Thanks for sharing the intel - I have no inside mail, but I think he’ll stay - the articles now are much more speculative in their language. Hopefully, we’ll get an announcement soon.

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2 hours ago, Sir Why You Little said:

I think LJ will stay from what i am hearing from inside MFC

The Media are right off course and it’s not about money. 
Sorry i can’t say anymore at this point, i was asked not too

Gus?

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On 7/2/2022 at 8:50 AM, gs77 said:

Maybe they want to partake in the champagne that'll be popped when Jackson's signature hits the contract.

But whose contract?  Demons?  Free?  WCE?  Or maybe North if nothing can be settled and he chooses the d(r)aft?

On 7/2/2022 at 10:08 AM, Billy said:

That’s it the 50 minute bus trip to The Cattery 😉

Do they still take a team bus or just turn up on their own transport?

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7 minutes ago, PartyTimeJohnny said:

The word is he's gone folks. Lobb keen for trade because his mgmt know Jackson is incoming. 

Lobb was always leaving.

So let’s say he decides to go. Does he tell MFC now or end of season? 
 

if MFC know, do we wrap him in cotton wool or keep playing him?

 

or does he get a mysterious pcl strain ?

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12 minutes ago, PartyTimeJohnny said:

The word is he's gone folks. Lobb keen for trade because his mgmt know Jackson is incoming. 

Someone even suggesting that Lobb be used as part of a trade. Lobb would be 30 by the start of next season.

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9 hours ago, layzie said:

Hopefully there's some real good news in this thread tomorrow but it will likely be someone guessing whether his underpants are purple or blue and gold.

I have it in good faith he wears blue undies but also goes for the red speedos on game day 

:lol:

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20 hours ago, Bring-Back-Powell said:

Cerra was absolutely out of contract last year.

When an out of contract player nominates his club of choice, the out of contract player gets to his club of choice.

It's when the on-contract wantaway players such as Papley try to move clubs. That doesn't always proceed.

We were Cerra’s club of choice, but a trade could not be facilitated.

All of a sudden Carlton we’re his club of choice

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31 minutes ago, deelusions from afar said:

My understanding about Lobb is that his desire to move relates to his partner? i.e. unrelated to Jackson

Trying to get away from them ?

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Mel and Steve watch: Mel and Steve have been spotted looking through an open house in Malvern. According to the anonymous source, Steve loved the double garage but Mel wasn’t keen on the copper bench tops in the kitchen (lemon is the key to cleaning them Mel). Make of this what you will. 

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22 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Mel and Steve watch: Mel and Steve have been spotted looking through an open house in Malvern. According to the anonymous source, Steve loved the double garage but Mel wasn’t keen on the copper bench tops in the kitchen (lemon is the key to cleaning them Mel). Make of this what you will. 

ET, its great having you post again but I still can't tell when you are joking...is the 'copper bench top' a clue? 

Otherwise a 'rolling eyes' or 'raised eyebrow' emojis will do fine if you are joking!

TIA.

 

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21 hours ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Gus?

Money is easier to resolve than a doofas for an agent or teenage home sickness

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44 minutes ago, Lucifers Hero said:

ET, its great having you post again but I still can't tell when you are joking...is the 'copper bench top' a clue? 

Otherwise a 'rolling eyes' or 'raised eyebrow' emojis will do fine if you are joking!

TIA.

 

Thank you LH, I hope you’ve been well. Firstly, I never joke. Secondly, Mel returned to the open house with a granite bench top supplier who had a tape measure and quote booklet. The plot, as they say, thickens. 

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4 minutes ago, Ethan Tremblay said:

Thank you LH, I hope you’ve been well. Firstly, I never joke. Secondly, Mel returned to the open house with a granite bench top supplier who had a tape measure and quote booklet. The plot, as they say, thickens. 

now i know you are joking, ethan

bench top suppliers don't use measuring tapes, it's all laser gizmos now

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3 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

now i know you are joking, ethan

bench top suppliers don't use measuring tapes, it's all laser gizmos now

Artisan bench-top installer. Make of it what you will. 

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