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Just now, drysdale demon said:

Not everyone is acting like 2 flags in a row is happening but their are some and a lot of others who can lay claim to the arrogant supporter type.

I get that, I’ve been told I’m negative after some results this season and that’s because you can win in certain ways and we haven’t been dominant against the spooners

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4 minutes ago, adonski said:

Sell high on Jackson

Sparrow remains a myth

Jimmy Jordon keeps rising 

Bedford too good for VFL

Hope Rivers has his post-AFL career planned out

You sad sack of a man, won 17 in a row, they caught us with 5-6 of our best out and you start slagging off our bright stars.  I actually feel sorry for you….

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Lots to take out but it just shows how reliant we have been on May and Lever mopping up and cover cracks that can appear in the middle at times.

The forward line is a mess and my boy Ben Brown needs a spell.

McDonald has been our best forward since he was dropped so he was sorely missed.

We really need our small forwards to lift, they were rarely at the feet of the big guys when the ball hit the ground.

Petracca surely just still have knee issues because he looked like 2017 Petracca again.

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3 minutes ago, Billy said:

Grow a pair mate that’s pathetic by you on Jacko & Rivers

Wake up to yourself 

Pathetic supporter

Rivers played one of the all time [censored] games from a defensive standpoint 

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6 minutes ago, david_neitz_is_my_dad said:

The writing was on the wall. Struggled with momentum vs North and Eagles, made them look like the 2013 Hawks at times. As soon as a decent team shows up we get smacked, being inaccurate was no surprise.

 

Whilst getting wins on paper we have poor connection inside 50 and inconsistency.

 

Now with some decent teams coming up the MFC can no longer just show up, scratch a win and everyone on here act like 2 flags in a row is happening

Always when we struggle inside 50 work is a problem, been happening for ages, looks great when it clicks but too often lets us down but being good enough to win regardless covers the cracks

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2 minutes ago, ucanchoose said:

I don't want to see Weideman in a Melbourne jumper ever again. 

We have become a little too complacent. Changes are needed in the forward line and midfield.

First time in 35 weeks we’ve had to deal with a loss

 

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a disappointing result, our kicking for goal is still a concern, far too many players who just did not put in or could not find the ball all night. I suspect a few of those may be going back to the VFL and we may not see them again too soon. It is a good chance to try some other players from Casey and see how they go, cannot be worse than a couple who played today.

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7 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

A terrible day from start to finish. 
Don’t want to panic but last year we didn’t lose to a single top 8 side. This year we’ve only played 2 really good sides and Freo has not just beat us, they smashed us. 
 

So disappointed in so many of our players. Trac was embarrassingly poor. If he’s injured to the point where he can’t chase he needs to have time off. Brown and Weideman a disaster today. Backline had a complete meltdown without May. Smashed in the air. Smashed at ground level. Really bad day. 

Tbf we had it in our term in the 2nd quarter. Why can't we keep the intensity and clearance work on the third. 

Goodwin takes too long to realise Jayden Hunt is no Good as Full Back.

I am disappointed that we capitulated as soon as the score was no longer in our favour.

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2 minutes ago, Alex Flood said:

Awesome day to be both a Celtics & Demons fan 😑

Don;t worry.

Celtics will win game 7 and the Dees will win next week

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10 minutes ago, Jaded No More said:

A terrible day from start to finish. 
Don’t want to panic but last year we didn’t lose to a single top 8 side. This year we’ve only played 2 really good sides and Freo has not just beat us, they smashed us. 
 

Yeah, we only lost to s*** sides. That’s much better!

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