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2 minutes ago, doc roet said:

Surely this is weidermans last game.

Agree.

I like Weid. But just not up to it. Has no presence 

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1 minute ago, doc roet said:

Surely this is weidermans last game.

How someone 197cm tall and 97kg has zero presence is beyond me. It wouldn’t matter if he was 297cm and 197kg, he simply has no desire for the contest.

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1 minute ago, Dodos Demons said:

BT and Brayshaw spent 5 minutes crapping on about Jackson leaving and what the trade looks like. Such poor commentary. No analysis of the game whatsoever. I am not surprised. 

Also showing replays and missing a minute of the game. Atrocious.

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4 minutes ago, Gunna’s said:

BT says we’ll done. I say he got [censored] lucky. A miss kick went to a team mate then the ugly punt luckily bounced in to goal, could’ve easily have gone the other way. 

BT is an [censored]  that's why they usually have Daisy to correct him 

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1 minute ago, Dodos Demons said:

BT and Brayshaw spent 5 minutes crapping on about Jackson leaving and what the trade looks like. Such poor commentary. No analysis of the game whatsoever. I am not surprised. 

Just randomly naming Freo players as trades. Just STFU already and call the game.

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2 minutes ago, loges said:

To be honest I haven't even seen him go for the ball

Keeps it up and he won't be playing finals for sure.

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Really? Jack Viney has delivered one of the great halves of footy you’ll ever see, the effort across the team has been selfless and intense in hostile territory, and all anyone wants to do is pot Weed?

This place is better than that isn’t it?

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Just now, Clintosaurus said:

Also showing replays and missing a minute of the game. Atrocious.

Watching Jackson think he could run and bounce on wet turf I decided he's even more stupid than he is ugly.

Meanwhile Melksham is showing Labd what Goody is smarter than a lot of you guys 

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4 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Same amount of disposals as Lobb, but has had more tackles.

Might not be a night for the key forwards.

Nev, Weideman hasn't even had a kick or handball the whole half. Lobb has actually touched it 4 times and has had a contested mark.

There is no justifying Weideman's performance tonight, this is as poor as it gets unfortunately. 

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3 minutes ago, Phil C said:

I’ve got an idea. Put on a tracksuit and catch an early flight home. Hand in your keys on Monday and never return!

he's not playing well but this is a rubbish comment

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1 minute ago, The heart beats true said:

Really? Jack Viney has delivered one of the great halves of footy you’ll ever see, the effort across the team has been selfless and intense in hostile territory, and all anyone wants to do is pot Weed?

This place is better than that isn’t it?

Hi. You new here?

Tuesday we wear pink.

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Just now, The heart beats true said:

Really? Jack Viney has delivered one of the great halves of footy you’ll ever see, the effort across the team has been selfless and intense in hostile territory, and all anyone wants to do is pot Weed?

This place is better than that isn’t it?

Don’t think it is… it’s been a great first half, agree, let’s be POSITIVE!!

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Just now, The heart beats true said:

Really? Jack Viney has delivered one of the great halves of footy you’ll ever see, the effort across the team has been selfless and intense in hostile territory, and all anyone wants to do is pot Weed?

This place is better than that isn’t it?

Probably not if analysis of Melksham is any guide. 

Is Weid actually playing tonight?

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Next half of footy defines the rest of the season! Oliver has to break his tag. 

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6 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Same amount of disposals as Lobb, but has had more tackles.

Might not be a night for the key forwards.

Lobb has had 4 touches... Weid has had none.

No touches and 2 tackles.

The evidence is in. End the experiment.

He will not make it.

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1 minute ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Nev, Weideman hasn't even had a kick or handball the whole half. Lobb has actually touched it 4 times and has had a contested mark.

There is no justifying Weideman's performance tonight, this is as poor as it gets unfortunately. 

Heck, I wouldn’t mind if he had no touches if he threw his body around. Physicality Weid.

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Just now, dazzledavey36 said:

Nev, Weideman hasn't even had a kick or handball the whole half. Lobb has actually touched it 4 times and has had a contested mark.

There is no justifying Weideman's performance tonight, this is as poor as it gets unfortunately. 

Yeah just realized I looked at the wrong number there.

Has been poor, but find it pretty [censored] even by Demonland standards that that's what people are focusing on.

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1st half. 
✅ 7 tackles in fwd 50. 
✅ contested footy 

🤮🤮clearances 

🤮umps and the crowd 

⭐⭐️Viney 

⭐️Langdon

👍🏻Hibberd Spargo Hunt Melksham Fritsch Brayshaw May Trac

🤮Aish beating Clarry in the contest and spread. Clarry must do better defensively (1 tackle) 

🥔Weid.  Zero possessions.  At least some contests. 
 

??? BT claiming Jackson is gone … then saying he’s not sure !!! Tool 

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