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4 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

On the train now, Sunbury line. It's pretty empty for a Friday night regardless of the footy. How's all the other trains looking like?

the cold snap circa 3pm will have cruelled the crowd by at least 10k you would think

theatregoers and the like won't brave the cold

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3 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

the cold snap circa 3pm will have cruelled the crowd by at least 10k you would think

theatregoers and the like won't brave the cold

7.50 pm is BS

make it 7

poor old Diablo won’t get back to Sunbury until midnight 

 

imagine coming in from delightful macedon ranges on vline

home by 2am!

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I’ve made it from the farm… and it’s dry! And, Viney is built for these conditions and these contexts. Expecting a continuation of his ripping form.

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1 hour ago, binman said:

Spargo and kossie are every bit as bad as Ginnivan.

 

Ahh ... No they're not.

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I got to choose which giant head I’ll be waving. I could’ve picked Hunty my fave but I thought in light of what happened yesterday I’d go the Ed Head  

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3 hours ago, daisycutter said:

and here you are

 

While he did play against Collingwood again (and lose), I felt this goal provided a great sense of symmetry to Jack's career in hindsight. 

That was the last time we genuinely stuck it up the barstards. Fingers crossed we can do it again tonight.

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Another one from the time capsule.

The stakes were low. The atmosphere middling. The standard of play mediocre.

But it was all worth it for this.

To my knowledge, we ended this self indulgent rubbish as this was the last 'Press Red for Ed' match Eddie ever commentated.

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Just now, Demon Dynasty said:

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I have a theory, when the sub is named the afl.com.au team positions update to show the official team sheet including starting positions. Check it out.

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1 minute ago, Demonland said:

Reckon we’ll be outnumbered tonight but thanks for the $$$$

Aside from the coin, It’s good exposure to the scrutiny and adversarial conditions that’ll come in Sept 👌 

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5 minutes ago, Colin B. Flaubert said:

Another one from the time capsule.

The stakes were low. The atmosphere middling. The standard of play mediocre.

But it was all worth it for this.

To my knowledge, we ended this self indulgent rubbish as this was the last 'Press Red for Ed' match Eddie ever commentated.

The end cracks me up when we beat them & Ed's like well thats it boys

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[censored] hate the modern way of selling all the good GA seats as reserved.  They should always leave some decient ones for first in best dressed IMO.

As MFC members at every other MFC home game this year (been to most) we've been able to sit freely on level on Southern stand - good reward for loyal support of the club NOT!

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21 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

I got to choose which giant head I’ll be waving. I could’ve picked Hunty my fave but I thought in light of what happened yesterday I’d go the Ed Head  

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Thanks for the heads up....

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