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1 hour ago, Satan said:

Please note, that you will not be able to get a photo standing next to the cup on the day due to capacity reasons. If you wish to have a photo with the trophy, make sure you head along to one of the remaining stops on the Cup Tour listed

Ah I read that wrong. I though it said you may not

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6 hours ago, Satan said:

there is an email from club  offering  raffle tickets for prizes sunday $10 per ticket, 3000 tix max

  1. 5 x double-passes to be on-field during the medal/cup presentation plus a digital photo with the Premiership Cup valued at $400 per double pass.
  2. 5 x double-passes to attend official Club function on the day valued at $400 per double pass. The function includes canapes and beverages throughout the duration of the event and will be attended by some members of the premiership team, along with the Premiership Cup.
  3. 5 x Premiership merch packs (value = $200 x 5). The contents of the premiership merch pack includes a Premiers Long Sleeve Tee, Premiers Mark Knight Tee, Premiers Mark Knight Aluminium Drink Bottle, Premiers logo keyring, Premiers 3D trophy keyring, Premiers 9Forty cap, Premiers 3D trophy pin. Should any of the listed products be unavailable, the club reserves the right to substitute the product with an item of equivalent value.

Hey Satan, I never got this email. Do you know when and where raffle tickets can be bought?

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6 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

I’m waiting for the moment on the replay in the third quarter when Bontempelli kicks the goal to put the Bulldogs 19 points in front. Wondering how many MFCSS infested people are going to get up and storm out staying, “I’ve had enough of this!”

Been there, done that. 😭

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47 minutes ago, Whispering_Jack said:

I’m waiting for the moment on the replay in the third quarter when Bontempelli kicks the goal to put the Bulldogs 19 points in front. Wondering how many MFCSS infested people are going to get up and storm out staying, “I’ve had enough of this!”

Andy might relapse

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15 minutes ago, Cards13 said:

My amazing wife and I were married on Friday the 13th of Dec.. for some reason she decided to celebrate our anniversary this year this weekend with a trip to the lovely regional town we were married in.. this may be our last anniversary together lol.

Surely you gave her notice before she booked

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Email from Gary Pert:

This Sunday we finally have the opportunity to come together as a club to celebrate the 2021 Premiership.

This event will be an incredibly special occasion and I encourage all Melbourne supporters to get along to the MCG for an experience they will never forget.

This event will be the first time our players and coaches officially come together following their post-premiership leave period and I know how excited they are by the prospect of finally celebrating this Premiership with our Victorian supporters, at our home, the MCG.

While the chance to sit back, relax and enjoy the game with a stadium full of Melbourne supporters is an exciting prospect, Sunday’s celebration is about much more than this. It is an opportunity to recreate many of the special moments we were unable to share with our Victorian supporters and to hold an event that brings together our entire club, past and present.

Club greats Neale Daniher and David Neitz will have official roles on the day, with Neale to present Simon Goodwin the Jock McHale Medal and David to present the Norm Smith Medal to Christian Petracca. These will be iconic Melbourne moments, and ones that we can’t wait to share with you all.

Those in attendance will also witness past players from the 40s onwards participate in a very special Premiership Cup procession, culminating in the 2021 Premiership Cup being held aloft in its rightful home for the first time ever, the mighty MCG.

We will finally hear from Goody who will get the chance to deliver his much-anticipated Grand Final speech to Dees fans, as well as hearing from our Captain, Max Gawn and Norm Smith medallist, Christian Petracca.

A huge highlight of the day will be a chance for supporters to farewell two greats of our club in Nathan Jones and Neville Jetta. Both players have been superstars and have made outstanding contributions to our football club. Supporters will get to hear from both players on Sunday and get the opportunity to show their appreciation for their years of loyal service.

We will hear from Russell Robertson and his band at half-time, see the players re-presented their medals on stage at the conclusion of the game and have the chance to sing the theme song with the entire red and blue family. Supporters will also have the chance to get a photograph of all Melbourne’s 13 Premiership Cups, which will be on display for the first time ever, free of charge from 8:00am to 11:00am outside Gate 3.

Food outlets, bars and cafes will be open and there will be concourse entertainment including buskers and partner giveaways.

The club is determined to put together an event that supporters will remember for the rest of their lives. An event where we can share moments we have talked about and dreamed about and now these moments have become real.

Tickets are free for all to attend however, for Covid-compliance and contact tracing purposes, all attendees will need to pre-book a reserved seat ticket to the event via Ticketek. We have already seen an amazing uptake from supporters but there are still plenty more seats available for those of you who are yet to secure your seats.

I look forward to seeing you all on Sunday and coming together to celebrate and create life-long memories.

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3 hours ago, bringbackthebiff said:

The only downside to watching the replay at the G on Sunday will be no opposition supporters to taunt when we start to get on top in the 3rd quarter! 

So it would be like the 2018 EF. There were barely any Cats supporters at that game, just a whole lot of red + blue (the most I’ve ever seen at a Dee’s game).

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7 hours ago, Satan said:

Surely you gave her notice before she booked

Na Satan she is one of those very organised folk and had booked prior to the finals ending. The place we booked was taking bookings in anticipation of lockdown ending as anticipated “luckily” for me. 

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7 hours ago, Demonland said:

Email from Gary Pert:

This Sunday we finally have the opportunity to come together as a club to celebrate the 2021 Premiership.

This event will be an incredibly special occasion and I encourage all Melbourne supporters to get along to the MCG for an experience they will never forget.

This event will be the first time our players and coaches officially come together following their post-premiership leave period and I know how excited they are by the prospect of finally celebrating this Premiership with our Victorian supporters, at our home, the MCG.

While the chance to sit back, relax and enjoy the game with a stadium full of Melbourne supporters is an exciting prospect, Sunday’s celebration is about much more than this. It is an opportunity to recreate many of the special moments we were unable to share with our Victorian supporters and to hold an event that brings together our entire club, past and present.

Club greats Neale Daniher and David Neitz will have official roles on the day, with Neale to present Simon Goodwin the Jock McHale Medal and David to present the Norm Smith Medal to Christian Petracca. These will be iconic Melbourne moments, and ones that we can’t wait to share with you all.

Those in attendance will also witness past players from the 40s onwards participate in a very special Premiership Cup procession, culminating in the 2021 Premiership Cup being held aloft in its rightful home for the first time ever, the mighty MCG.

We will finally hear from Goody who will get the chance to deliver his much-anticipated Grand Final speech to Dees fans, as well as hearing from our Captain, Max Gawn and Norm Smith medallist, Christian Petracca.

A huge highlight of the day will be a chance for supporters to farewell two greats of our club in Nathan Jones and Neville Jetta. Both players have been superstars and have made outstanding contributions to our football club. Supporters will get to hear from both players on Sunday and get the opportunity to show their appreciation for their years of loyal service.

We will hear from Russell Robertson and his band at half-time, see the players re-presented their medals on stage at the conclusion of the game and have the chance to sing the theme song with the entire red and blue family. Supporters will also have the chance to get a photograph of all Melbourne’s 13 Premiership Cups, which will be on display for the first time ever, free of charge from 8:00am to 11:00am outside Gate 3.

Food outlets, bars and cafes will be open and there will be concourse entertainment including buskers and partner giveaways.

The club is determined to put together an event that supporters will remember for the rest of their lives. An event where we can share moments we have talked about and dreamed about and now these moments have become real.

Tickets are free for all to attend however, for Covid-compliance and contact tracing purposes, all attendees will need to pre-book a reserved seat ticket to the event via Ticketek. We have already seen an amazing uptake from supporters but there are still plenty more seats available for those of you who are yet to secure your seats.

I look forward to seeing you all on Sunday and coming together to celebrate and create life-long memories.

As Mach5 has said Pert is clearly not up to it!!! Robby and his band lol!!! 
 

Seriously besides the merch delivery issues and long running home base setup, the club seems to be hitting all the right notes, Pert included. 

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14 minutes ago, Deemented Are Go! said:

Probably covered already, but does anyone know if F&B outlets will be operating? 
I’ll have 2 x 6 year olds demanding hot chips. 

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6-year-olds sorted. 🙂

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