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I just want to see high energy levels and good work ethic from Weed and Mitch Brown today 

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If we win, we're definitely in the premiership window, and if we don't we don't deserve to be...*

 

 

 

 

 

*jokes

**In my online life, which is not my real life,  I like to imagine being a person who actually says that sort of stuff, and genuinely believes it.

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40 minutes ago, Dr. Gonzo said:

And if it does go our way the post match entertainment is only a few steps away too 😉

Yes, most certainly. Very easy to celebrate in this town. 
“Lady Drinks” can add up very quickly so you need to keep a close eye on the reciepts!!

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6 hours ago, Lucifers Hero said:

The only thing that concerns me is the inside info Burgess has on our player stengths/weakeness, game structures etc. 

Crows will be all out to get a fast start.  We will need to be alert early for new tactics, after all they surprised us with a winning game plan last year, without Burgess. 

If we can get the fast start, kick straight and take the crowd noise out we will be well on our way.

Had hoped this would be a % booster and we win by the 6-8 goals.  Now thinking a win of 3-4 goals, even without a recognised ruckman.  A game to bank the 4 points and move on.

Yep, I'm happy to keep our percentage as healthy as it is and bank the 4 points.

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2 hours ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I got them at $5! And I thought THAT was good. 

I got on the Crows at $4.90. Now $4.40. Hope I lose my money!!

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5 minutes ago, Winners at last said:

I got on the Crows at $4.90. Now $4.40. Hope I lose my money!!

I won money three weeks in a row. I was FILTHY!!!

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6 hours ago, Winners at last said:

Where is everyone else going to watch the match? If anywhere. I'm going to the Sporting Globe in Richmond.

I’ll be watching in a beautiful hilltop town called Belvès, in the Dordogne, France. Go Demons!
 

 

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Just a stones throw from Mt Buller 

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8 minutes ago, Fanatique Demon said:

I’ll be watching in a beautiful hilltop town called Belvès, in the Dordogne, France. Go Demons!
 

 

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We just offered the house on the top to Luke, as holiday home for the family, if he re signs for a long term.

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I’m having a beer!

And it’s a BIG one. And it’s my second!

And I seldom drink. YOLO 🥳

And then there’s this…

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it’s an Aperol spritz. YOLO again. Or is it YOLT ??

And then I’ll be carried to the match! 😄

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36 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

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I’m having a beer!

And it’s a BIG one. And it’s my second!

And I seldom drink. YOLO 🥳

And then there’s this…

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it’s an Aperol spritz. YOLO again. Or is it YOLT ??

And then I’ll be carried to the match! 😄

Don’t drop the banner pole on any of the players WCW!

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43 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

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I’m having a beer!

And it’s a BIG one. And it’s my second!

And I seldom drink. YOLO 🥳

And then there’s this…

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it’s an Aperol spritz. YOLO again. Or is it YOLT ??

And then I’ll be carried to the match! 😄

Hope you get to see the game WCW

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Just now, loges said:

Hope you get to see the game WCW

Oh, I’m sure I’ll see the game. The question is… from where? Front row on flogger/Giant Fritta head duty, or from the local lockup (D & D). I’m loud and proud as it is. + alcohol = “security!”

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15 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Oh, I’m sure I’ll see the game. The question is… from where? Front row on flogger/Giant Fritta head duty, or from the local lockup (D & D). I’m loud and proud as it is. + alcohol = “security!”

😁

I'll be hoping it's front row.

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1 hour ago, Fanatique Demon said:

I’ll be watching in a beautiful hilltop town called Belvès, in the Dordogne, France. Go Demons!
 

 

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That's a bit rough

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10 minutes ago, Mr Steve said:

AFL web site is useless. No late changes so Jackson is playing. 

Twitter Fox Footy is saying Jackson replaced by M Brown

 

Sholl and Tomlinson are the medi subs

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1 minute ago, Jaded No More said:

Melbourne Instagram confirmed no Jackson. Brown in and Tomlinson sub. 

I’d have that in reverse given Mitch Browns last 2 games. But I hope he shows more intensity today or at least some intensity!!

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32 minutes ago, jules7 said:

I’ll be watching at Noosa Surf Lifesaving Club. It hasn’t stopped raining since we arrived and it’s bloody freezing as well.

I’d love to be somewhere where 17 is freezing

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