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2 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

Injured, having surgery and will miss the rest of the season I believe, Nasher.

Dang.

Weid and the Brown Bros are in a race to the bottom at this point.

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Ben Brown has to go. Who for I have no idea but he is to slow and cumbersome. Would also look closely at Picket and Spargo. No influence at all on the game. When they actually win the ball they just turn it over, Hunt also needs to go for Hibberd. Thank goodness we had Gawn and Gus as they were about only guys that won their contests and had a go.

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3 minutes ago, demon4eva said:

Out: Hunt, Browns, 

In: May, anyone who can kick to another demon.

Tomlinson too! Bring in Weed for BB logic is Ben is badly out of touch, Dan Turner to debut for Tomlinson , May for M Brown (He's a tall HHF not KPD) & Hibberb for Hunt that speechie he went for when he was one on one has lost me.

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Out: Tomlinson, Hunt, B. Brown

In: May, Daw, Hibberd

Lucky to get another game: Spargo, ANB, Bowey, Sparrow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, cantstandyasam said:

Tomlinson too! Bring in Weed for BB logic is Ben is badly out of touch, Dan Turner to debut for Tomlinson , May for M Brown (He's a tall HHF not KPD) & Hibberb for Hunt that speechie he went for when he was one on one has lost me.

Me too, will be a long time before i can trust him in defence again. Cant believe I'm saying this, but i can't wait for Joel Smith to return.

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The forward line is a shambles, we got away with it last year but the game moves on, all they do is bomb it in BB is not a pack mark player but we still do it, players are so structured they kick down the line without looking to see if it can be switched to open it up, players not manning up and allowing to many short kicks which sets up players down the ground.

Teams are chasing us down we need to change things up to get back on track.

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7 minutes ago, Ham said:

Out: Tomlinson, Brown (either)
In: May, Weideman

Not Weid please.

Try Pettybor Tomlinson up there before him.

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The bye can't come quick enough, a lot of players out of form.

In: Weideman, May

Out: B. Brown, Tomlinson

Sparrow has been poor for a while but don't think we have an ideal replacement for him. Don't think Weideman is the answer either but BB can't stay in the team with his form over the past month. With McDonalds ankle rumoured to be cactus, we are quickly running out of key forward options.

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We have no key forward in any kind of form. I sya we try Petty inside 50 and leave Thommo in

And give Hibberd a run if he's fit (i don't know if he is)

Out: Hunt and Brown (not sure whether Mitch or Ben, its a toss up)

In: Hibberd and MAy

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Enough is enough, bring Van Rooyen.

Don't know who goes out, don't care.

Also please stop using Hunt as full back he is clueless.

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Out: B Brown M Brown Tomlinson 

In: Weid McDonald May

 

Also tempting to bring the riv back, take sparrow out and slot Gus at HF. We are desperate for classy kicking forward of centre.

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