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Just now, wizardinoz said:

No should have sued JVR tonight & dropped the momentum killer on ANB.

He wasn't the only momentum killer.
Everytime we got a mark at CHF we stop and let them fill up the forward line before we kick to a pack in the bloody pocket.

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That one stung. 

Pies made the most of their chances. Felt like a final and we came up short.  Few players looking tired and sore. 

We don't quite have the spark we had last year but we'll be around the mark. 

All of the part time supporters throwing the toys out of the cot and saying they're over the team can gtfo. 

Buckle up. Get behind the boys. 

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2 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

In a 7 point game, all the goals they were gifted by the umps was the difference. 

Enough with your obsession about blaming umps, so tiresome Clint. 

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In the end :

Lost it

really gave up

umps crucified us

Gutless 

Disappointing 

3 goals after halftime 

No corridor footy 

 

Jackson can go to Freo 

no heart 

NO FWD CRUMBING- kozzzzzzy stay down at back or front 

who went missing - sparrow  ANB  Melksham   Spargo 

Goodwin you self obsessed fugazzi … they do a slingshot and we had no one watching the middle

Goodwin- who asked them to be overhandballing all night all night 

dees - 200 kicks 210 handballs 

pies - 200 kicks 105 handballs 

missed chances - had 6 or 7 easy goals missed up to 1/2 time  - Gawns goalkicking!! Salem miss … then laughing (ffs)  . Fritsch !! Trac too nervous to kick a goal  

Kozzy running away from the footy 💩💩💩

Brown is soft all night

Fritsch fumbles costly 🤮

Viney ffs that was stupid umps 💩elliott goal 

petty push was stupid 🤡

brown handballs back into pack 🤡🤡

Umps favoured magpies 🤮🤮

Summary: commentators pushed up pies all night 

 

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5 minutes ago, McStaff said:

12 beers and a couple of spliffs helps mate. 

I could do with a couple of spiffs right now.

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1 minute ago, Fork 'em said:

He wasn't the only momentum killer.
Everytime we got a mark at CHF we stop and let them fill up the forward line before we kick to a pack in the bloody pocket.

Absolutely spot on. No dare.

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Can we trade Mason Cox for Ben Brown?

Brown is in horrible touch 

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4 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

Don't blame the umpires.  We didn't take our chances and they did and we were outplayed.  

Losing to this mob is always the bitterest pill to swallow.  Goodnight all.

Gawn missed 4 times - when 3 of those efforts were 'gettable'. Several other misses were a real disappointment. ANB took the fall and tackle quite often, interrupting a Filth run-on and allowing a Demon re-positioning. His goal was excellent.

Someone is a stubborn controller with little preparation across the team for variation.

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Gone is to far up himself, missed three from twenty metres out, non quirky captain required! Yep 

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3 minutes ago, Clintosaurus said:

In a 7 point game, all the goals they were gifted by the umps was the difference. 

Come on stop blaming umpires, we lost a game we should have one because the pies adjusted their backline because we just go down the line.

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First half just so wasteful in front of goal. 2nd half reamed by the maggots to set up the game for the Filth to win. Not one HTB l can remember against them in front of our goal. Even their blatant throws weren't paid.

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1 minute ago, McStaff said:

Can we trade Mason Cox for Ben Brown?

Brown is in horrible touch 

No.

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2 minutes ago, Superunknown said:

Max missed one in front and there was a another

 

let’s no blame the umps this is on the players and coaching staff 

Yep, umpiring was suss at times and a few of their frees were soft and cost us goals, but the reality is Max, Salem and Kozzie missed sitters in front of goal.

Kick those, and we're singing the song right now. Instead I have to see Maynard's dumb face on screen.

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