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Why not move Trac deep forward with Max, and have Dogga ruck the entire last?

Bring Luke into the game more, give Max a bit of a rest but also big target, and just change it up for Trac to get him going again

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The instructions from Noble are to hurt us and make it physical. Some old school coaching when they know they can’t beat you with talent alone. 
 

Im surprised that Norf have lasted this far into the game. 

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1 minute ago, dees189227 said:

Max needs to work on his kicking for goals again

He looks about 10% - 15% off his usual intensity / sharpness in general tonight

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6 minutes ago, Demon Dynasty said:

Why do we keep tapping it forward at the center bounce but no player is set up there other than a Norf sweeper?   Pretty dumb stuff

we are missing JV!!!!!!

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1 minute ago, Mazer Rackham said:

People at the ground. Is it my imagination or are our forwards getting monstered off the ball? As in, illegally? Coz on TV it sure looks like it.

Lot of scragging.

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2 minutes ago, Mazer Rackham said:

FMD. When Max runs to the right he kicks to the left every FFFFING time

That works when you kick / punch  through the ball though....lost that so far tonight

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1 minute ago, CYB said:

The instructions from Noble are to hurt us and make it physical. Some old school coaching when they know they can’t beat you with talent alone. 

In the Neeld years we carried off a mighty victory against top of the ladder Essendon and that's exactly how we did it. Dragged them down to our level and then beat them with experience.

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I don't know how to take this game I feel that we haven't been that bad and Norf have been good but they havent given a yelp all year. Maybe where getting ahead of ourselves I know I was.

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2 minutes ago, Mazer Rackham said:

People at the ground. Is it my imagination or are our forwards getting monstered off the ball? As in, illegally? Coz on TV it sure looks like it.

That quarter it was definitely the case, lots of holds. 

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1 minute ago, Mazer Rackham said:

FMD. When Max runs to the right he kicks to the left every FFFFING time

I used to say you could never rely on max to win a game for you & you'd never want him to kick to win apremiership, then he had that great finals series,but this season he has gone offskew again

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2 minutes ago, Kent said:

we are missing JV!!!!!!

Absolutely.... he's our usual go to in the triangle set ups

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4 minutes ago, Demon Disciple said:

Why not move Trac deep forward with Max, and have Dogga ruck the entire last?

Bring Luke into the game more, give Max a bit of a rest but also big target, and just change it up for Trac to get him going again

Barely noticed trac at all that quarter

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