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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

Yes, just saw that rumour on Facebook.

I presume we need a new thread about him? 😉

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2 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

He can replace BBrown and TMac as a bloke heading into retirement who struggles to get out on the park and has a limited impact when he does 🤭

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3 hours ago, A F said:

You might have been brought in a time when housing was affordable on a single income. We've now had 31 years of underemployment in Australia (ie Australians needing more than one job to keep up) and a housing boom since the late 80s that has locked out two and a half generations from the housing market.

The world isn't as simple as you or your mother portray it. In the words of The Waterboy, "well, mumma's wrong again!"

I don't know your personal situation AF but I certainly don't know of too many footballers of the ilk of Jackson that are concerned by having to work 2 jobs to "keep up."

Of course it was a different time, and my mother who is 94 was talking about that time. So she wasn't wrong. And your rubbish about 2.5 generations being locked out of the housing market is just that. Rubbish. 

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30 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

Surely this means T-Mac & Brown are properly cooked?

I think they were both going in for surgery post season

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Is it just me or do alot of AFL clubs seem to have the wrong attitude during trade week?

Especially Fremantle as well as Brisbane and in the recent past Essendon.

Geelong also seem to be getting stronger even though they are now the new reigning Premiers.

Rather than trying to come to an amicable solution with both clubs benefiting it is more about screwing over the other AFL clubs in trades.

It can't bode well if this mindset continues.

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2 minutes ago, BW511 said:

Surely this means T-Mac & Brown are properly cooked?

I think they were both going in for surgery post season

Maybe, but we also have list depth to make up - Jackson, Daw and Mitch Brown all gone. Grundy in, but seemingly no replacements for the others yet.

*This is if the rumour has any weight of course.

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39 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

Could be a good swap Tomlinson for Bruce.  We need a KPF and the need a KPD.  Be similar money 

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54 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

do it jewish GIF

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1 hour ago, Lord Nev said:

Not starting a thread for it, and missed it myself - but apparently someone called in to Trade Radio and said Josh Bruce has done a medical at the Dees and is expecting to be an MFC player next year.

Not sure what level of nuff involved.

 

So  there!

All the people who were giving @Grand New Flag a hard time should hang their heads in shame!

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