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I thought Ima try not to cry when they chair off JK. 
Siren sounds. Me…

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Just now, Satan said:

His knee is stuffed

If he kicks 8 with a stuffed knee I’ll take it. I’d be considering him as a forward line coach. Would love him to work with Van Rooyen. We need someone down there to have a look at what is going on. If you rookied him and he got right, might be worthwhile. I believe we did something like that with Reece Conca. Apparently he is off to play country footy. His knee mustn’t be completely cooked. 

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Has there been a better full fwd and bloke than JK? Plays for WC of all teams but he is a legend and a gent. 

and people are wondering who won the Judd/JK trade? Even if it was a straight swap, WC clearly won

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11 minutes ago, daisycutter said:

cotchin gets off sling tackle charge - you are a muppet christian

ANB has just fainted. MRO reason was head smashing into the ground was not severe enough. Give us a break.

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1 hour ago, dl4e said:

Cripps won't be rubbed out. There is one main reason. They play us and the filth in the next 2 weeks and would have to win one of them. Tigers should win both of their games and the dogs should as well which would place Carlton out of the eight. Saints probably won't win another game for year. The AFL want Carlton in the 8 so will make sure their most important player does not get rubbed out. It may not make a difference anyway but they want Carlton to have as much probability of making the 8 as they can.

If this is right then the AFL arr corrupt! 

Hang on let me rephrase that......

TOTALLY CORRUPT

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21 minutes ago, binman said:

Ouch.

The bears don't seem to be great at stopping teams pile on quick goals!

 

We must be drinking the same bath water eh?

now there’s something we haven’t mentioned yet this season - are we into our own bath water a bit much?

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Not a terrible set of results for us given that we didn't win.  Swap from 2nd to 3rd.  All of Swans, Collingwood, Brisbane and us have not dissimilar runs over the next two weeks. Swans v Pies, Saints, Brisbane v Saints, us, Collingwood v Swans, Blues, Us v Blues, Lions.  I reckon ths Saints have got at least one more win in them.  No doubt there will be a couple of upsets. 

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17 hours ago, The heart beats true said:

Gees Josh Kennedy has been a fantastic player. He just seems like a quality guy. Doesn’t think he’s saving the world, just wants to play footy.

He should be so proud of his career.

Absolutley agree.   Unlike many good players from other teams who act or play in a style that makes them extremely dislikable, I've never had anything else than repsct for JK.  Wonderful career.  WCE clearly won in the Judd trade in my opinion, which is amazing in itself given how good Judd was.  8 goals in his last game is a very fitting way to go out.

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48 minutes ago, Vipercrunch said:

Absolutley agree.   Unlike many good players from other teams who act or play in a style that makes them extremely dislikable, I've never had anything else than repsct for JK.  Wonderful career.  WCE clearly won in the Judd trade in my opinion, which is amazing in itself given how good Judd was.  8 goals in his last game is a very fitting way to go out.

JK .... respect.

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