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16 hours ago, old dee said:

Poor kicking Is poor football. And in the end we didn’t win. Yep and in between the dogs and pies beat us. It’s not rubbish, just keep at us and we will crumbly in the last quarter. We kicked 2 goals to 4.2 in the last. Nothing poor there just outscored in fact doubled our total. 

old dee - maybe you should just book an overseas holiday for September right now preferably somewhere without internet 

2 hours ago, Redleg said:

See my new rule of the week thread. He had at least 3 frees in that incident without one being paid. I thought it was disgusting.

The commentators are now confirmed garbage as their comments were not about any free missed but that the violence showed the Pies had come to play.

What about the pile drive of his head into the ground by Maynard? MRO will be a nothing to see hear from ex Pie Christian.

Christian is inept, and biased with an extra conflict of interest this round. 

39 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

North given up

There goes 3rd spot

We sacrificed our “entitlement” over the last 10 weeks.  Do we want it back enough?  Does Max and the crew really want to deliver us a flag at the G, or would they just like to?  Over to you, team. 

8 minutes ago, Delusional demon 82 said:

It’s always handy when you get to play norf twice in one season 

Cats got Norf and Eagles twice, as well as their gift of home ground advantage second to none. 

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Forget Carlton they are on the nose, dreadful Cripps just knocks a bloke out no report then gets a stagged free in front of goal WTF

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1 minute ago, The heart beats true said:

I don’t understand how the bump works. Cripps chose to bump someone in the air, knocks him out, and everyone says it’s not an issue?

If you chose to bump aren’t you responsible for what happens?

Carlton are a media hype team this year so everything is OK.

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1 minute ago, The heart beats true said:

I don’t understand how the bump works. Cripps chose to bump someone in the air, knocks him out, and everyone says it’s not an issue?

If you chose to bump aren’t you responsible for what happens?

sounds like they are trying to protect the ‘protected species’. Looked crude to me, even Cripps looked a bit shaken after the incident. 

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Just now, The heart beats true said:

I don’t understand how the bump works. Cripps chose to bump someone in the air, knocks him out, and everyone says it’s not an issue?

If you chose to bump aren’t you responsible for what happens?

Nearly took his head off. The Lions player was in the air so couldn't brace for impact. Should get multiple games

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Those commentators! 

Cripps left the ground, bumbs from behind/side, hits the head, didn’t get near the ball, Che subbed out.

Mathews says going for the ball all should be fine, the rest follow.

Where is the 'duty of care.'

At least 2 weeks.

 

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7 minutes ago, The heart beats true said:

I don’t understand how the bump works. Cripps chose to bump someone in the air, knocks him out, and everyone says it’s not an issue?

If you chose to bump aren’t you responsible for what happens?

 

Players are responsible, that's just the way it is now.  Matthews, Darcy & Hodge are too old school

He'll get cited and could be 2 games out.  Maybe 3.   Looked blatant to me

Ah Chee was subbed off as well

Cripps is in trouble

Unbiased view as well as I recognise that we play them next week

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Carlton Rucks are De konning and Silvagni, u gotta be kidding. Just watched Crapps bump again, he should go for 2 at least but being the Poster boy itl be.... nothing to see here. If it was Byron Picket he'd get 8. Wait on make it 10

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