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Should have been a free kick for unduly rough play, tackle had been completed when about 3 others decided to pile on.

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To me this is really a non-issue, let the players pipe up and make statements that get us invested into the game. At the end of the day, the on field performance has the last say. Players are human, not media robots.. “we were up against a quality opposition”, “we really respect them”, “they really challenged us in the 1st quarter”… how about, “we’d love to [censored] these a$$holes, they beat us twice this year now”, “we’ve got JH’s number in our sights” and, “if Cox even thinks of looking at Gawny the wrong way with those ridiculous shades, then look out!”

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10 hours ago, loges said:

Should have been a free kick for unduly rough play, tackle had been completed when about 3 others decided to pile on.

Gerard Whately described it as good entertainment. A bloke being attacked, head driven into the ground, elbows and fists on his face, while on the ground defenceless, against 5 players. Yep great entertainment. Stuff the rules.

I think we need some nastiness back in our play.

Maynard smashed Langdon and ANB and also belted Max in the back of the head, in a spoil in our forward pocket. No free to Max of course.

We need to get nasty and ruthless with our tackles and tackle to hurt.

Teams need to know that we mean business.

I think we have become nice guys, helping the opposition up off the ground and joking with them during the game. 

Harden up guys and hit hard and often.

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2 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Gerard Whately described it as good entertainment. A bloke being attacked, head driven into the ground, elbows and fists on his face, while on the ground defenceless, against 5 players. Yep great entertainment. Stuff the rules.

I think we need some nastiness back in our play.

Maynard smashed Langdon and ANB and also belted Max in the back of the head, in a spoil in our forward pocket. No free to Max of course.

We need to get nasty and ruthless with our tackles and tackle to hurt.

Teams need to know that we mean business.

I think we have become nice guys, helping the opposition up off the ground and joking with them during the game. 

Harden up guys and hit hard and often.

That won't happen Mr Leg and you know it. That's not the way the MFC have ever played. I can't see it changing.

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4 hours ago, Redleg said:

Gerard Whately described it as good entertainment. A bloke being attacked, head driven into the ground, elbows and fists on his face, while on the ground defenceless, against 5 players. Yep great entertainment. Stuff the rules.

I think we need some nastiness back in our play.

Maynard smashed Langdon and ANB and also belted Max in the back of the head, in a spoil in our forward pocket. No free to Max of course.

We need to get nasty and ruthless with our tackles and tackle to hurt.

Teams need to know that we mean business.

I think we have become nice guys, helping the opposition up off the ground and joking with them during the game. 

Harden up guys and hit hard and often.

Thought the Max one was blatant but of course play on.

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17 hours ago, layzie said:

Bow down before the one you serve

… you’re going to get what you deserve. 

Ed got what he deserved on the evening of the 25th of September 2021. ❤️💙

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7 hours ago, layzie said:

I want to keep this thread on page 1 in the hope that we play them week 1. 

Blow up picture of Langers being assaulted by four cowards, under the pretext of being entertainment.God we must have put some "defective journalists" back in their mirrors after last season.

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16 hours ago, old dee said:

That won't happen Mr Leg and you know it. That's not the way the MFC have ever played. I can't see it changing.

Big Carl, Biffin, O'Dwyer, Coles, Hughes & Grinter say hello

And I saw Teddy Fidge rough up Millane once ... might have been at Waverley in the mid 80's

Neitz used to throw his weight around when needed.  Even Tiger Crosswell & Zantuck

We've had a few, old dee

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On 8/7/2022 at 7:24 PM, Demons11 said:

can’t wait to meet this [censored] in the finals…. Not the 1st time he has had a dig at the club who gave him his chance.

I think he got what he deserved playing for this scum 

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Does Jeremy see how stupid HE looks now.  Thanks to the above, guess what goes on the Dees whiteboard in the finals.

Nice one Jeremy. 32 years old and still no Premeirship medal, and unlikely to have one with father time closing n.

  What a waste of a career - as Travis Boak said to TMAC in the Power game last year - another 'speaking too soon ' type..

 

Our Ed got one at 25 and a half.

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If the shoe was on the other foot, you know we would demand nothing less than what the Pies dished up. well I know I would.

He was an [censored] for saying it - and bought undue attention to himself that left him rattled and ineffective and irrelevant for large parts of the game. 

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25 minutes ago, Macca said:

Big Carl, Biffin, O'Dwyer, Coles, Hughes & Grinter say hello

And I saw Teddy Fidge rough up Millane once ... might have been at Waverley in the mid 80's

Neitz used to throw his weight around when needed.  Even Tiger Crosswell & Zantuck

We've had a few, old dee

Noel McMahon, Barassi, Jim Durnan, Cameron Clayton, Byron Pickett, Crackers, Mark Jackson, Stewart Gull, Phil Carman  to add a few more.

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Just now, Redleg said:

Noel McMahon, Barassi, Jim Durnan, Cameron Clayton, Byron Pickett, Crackers, Mark Jackson, Stewart Gull, Phil Carman  to add a few more.

Werridee could put a team together at the rate that these names are being recalled, Redleg

Michael Reynolds could go a bit from memory

The present day ... Melksham, May, Viney, Hibberd (and Fritsch likes a scrap apparently) ... we could bring back Majak (I wouldn't get him riled up)

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21 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Noel McMahon, Barassi, Jim Durnan, Cameron Clayton, Byron Pickett, Crackers, Mark Jackson, Stewart Gull, Phil Carman  to add a few more.

 

13 minutes ago, Macca said:

Werridee could put a team together at the rate that these names are being recalled, Redleg

Michael Reynolds could go a bit from memory

The present day ... Melksham, May, Viney, Hibberd (and Fritsch likes a scrap apparently) ... we could bring back Majak (I wouldn't get him riled up)

Maybe we let VDB go too early? 

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1 hour ago, Macca said:

Big Carl, Biffin, O'Dwyer, Coles, Hughes & Grinter say hello

And I saw Teddy Fidge rough up Millane once ... might have been at Waverley in the mid 80's

Neitz used to throw his weight around when needed.  Even Tiger Crosswell & Zantuck

We've had a few, old dee

Tommy bugg could throw a mean right jab

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