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No excuses next week,  just get there Demonland. I’d like to hear crowd predictions, if Carl v Haw can get 67k  earlier in the season, this game can get a crowd close to 80k.

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typically crowds tends to pick up towards the end of the year for finals conmtenders. 75k-80k definitely likely especially if Pies win this week. AFL members is pretty much already sold out. Same for vs Carlton in two weeks. 

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I’m coming back to Australia for the first time in 4 years . Last melb game I went to was the semi final win over the hawks. What’s the weather forecast like Friday? Tempted to go see the pies game. I’ve got a seat in the MCC for the blues but this week could be a cracker 

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36 minutes ago, Flaps Jackson said:

I’m coming back to Australia for the first time in 4 years . Last melb game I went to was the semi final win over the hawks. What’s the weather forecast like Friday? Tempted to go see the pies game. I’ve got a seat in the MCC for the blues but this week could be a cracker 

[censored] freezing 

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37 minutes ago, Flaps Jackson said:

I’m coming back to Australia for the first time in 4 years . Last melb game I went to was the semi final win over the hawks. What’s the weather forecast like Friday? Tempted to go see the pies game. I’ve got a seat in the MCC for the blues but this week could be a cracker 

welcome back to Aus!!!

Weather wise it’s gonna be cold. Possible rain during the day but probs cleared by the evening. Wear lots of layers!!!

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49 minutes ago, Flaps Jackson said:

I’m coming back to Australia for the first time in 4 years . Last melb game I went to was the semi final win over the hawks. What’s the weather forecast like Friday? Tempted to go see the pies game. I’ve got a seat in the MCC for the blues but this week could be a cracker 

Cold and showers.

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Be fantastic to have full house except for the fact that you may end up next to a Filth supporter....particularly in the AFL members.

I think we end up getting 75K which would be a fantastic effort.

The last time we played a home game against Collingwood that wasn't Queens Birthday was in 2019 and we got just 31,000.

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I’m sure we all remember the Filth booing Oliver when he got BOG against the Pies (40 odd possessions, great many contested) and that little piece of excrement Ginnivan, mouthing off at Gawn when he got injured, not to mention how all he seems to try and do is drop his knees and milk the free kicks.  Business end of the season now, bring it on.
Our lads said they looked forward to try and get the job done in front of big crowds this year and are fulfilling their end of the bargain. We have one job to do, turn up and make some bloody noise GO DEES!!

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7 minutes ago, Wodjathefirst said:

We owe it to the boys. Rain hail or shine, turn up.

 

Yes! We need as many Dees fans in attendance as possible. It’s gonna be quite the challenge to drown out their fans. But we can do it! We just need our fans to show up like never before. 

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5 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Yes! We need as many Dees fans in attendance as possible. It’s gonna be quite the challenge to drown out their fans. But we can do it! We just need our fans to show up like never before. 

Exactly, get on board everyone! The slopes will still be there on the weekend, get to the G on Fri and let your inner demon out!

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If you're planning on stocking up on footy snacks before going to the game or looking to buy some waterproofs or winter woollies, avoid the supermarket in Collingwood whatever you do.

This is what happened to me when I popped in earlier this morning.

 

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I got reserved seats for this and the Carlton game the day they released them. So annoyed at myself for not buying a reserved members seat for the year (and GF guarantee). Didn’t know if I’d be in Melbourne all year with work, and how covid would impact. 

Turns out I’ve been to almost every game in Melbourne, and paid $50 to reserve a seat at about 6 of them. 

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53 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Yes! We need as many Dees fans in attendance as possible. It’s gonna be quite the challenge to drown out their fans. But we can do it! We just need our fans to show up like never before. 

Agree, it’s OUR home game!  We really have no excuse.  We have been so proud of our growing membership numbers. We (I) bag out on teams like Collingwood, Carlton, Essendon etc.

But at the end of the day actions speak louder than words. Turn up and make some bloody noise.  I hate being out numbered and out noised at our home games. 

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3 hours ago, Flaps Jackson said:

I’m coming back to Australia for the first time in 4 years . Last melb game I went to was the semi final win over the hawks. What’s the weather forecast like Friday? Tempted to go see the pies game. I’ve got a seat in the MCC for the blues but this week could be a cracker 

You won't wanna miss this one.

Biggest Demons v Pies game since the 88 Semi Final.

2nd v 3rd. Friday night. Round 21. Should be a massive crowd. And we get to feed them some humble pie 😝

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