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3 hours ago, Demonstone said:

* rites  :D

What you write about the use of rite is quite right. 

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On 10/15/2022 at 11:37 AM, Dee Dee said:

The William Golding novel?

Lord of the Flies? Culture can’t of being that bad at Whitten Oval. Surely! Bevo’s little experiment did go awry.

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1 hour ago, DeelightfulPlay said:

Whoever was talking about our forward line needing a player to provide on field coaching / direction (like May in backline) in another thread, you were spot on!  Tim Lamb says Hunter could provide that for us

I think Tim was just taking about his kicking into the forward line and connecting between midfield and forward lines. Not leadership.

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On 10/15/2022 at 11:34 AM, jnrmac said:

The Rat pack of Libba and Hunter is likely what Dunkley was sick of. He alluded to behavioural issues for several years

Fingers crossed he has had a wake up call.

Dunkley said it was culture, but the cash on offer from dogs was laughable. He was more than happy to go.

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3 hours ago, rpfc said:

I think Tim was just taking about his kicking into the forward line and connecting between midfield and forward lines. Not leadership.

I don't think a formal leadership role in any way but he does literally call Hunter an "on field coach"...!

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At  least he looks happy maybe getting away from the WB pressure cooker will help him play his best football again.

Surronded by multiple AA players and near AA players whilst at the WB he was expected to carry more of the responsibility of leadership.

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6 hours ago, Roger Mellie said:

I had to look twice. It looked like Mitch Hannan for a sec

I've often thought that, he's a much better player than Mitch though.

I've watched most of the Bullies/Swans match earlier this year and he played a very good game, 19 possessions to half time and hardly, if at all, wasted a possession. He kicked two deliveries in the first half that directly resulted in two marks and two goals.

He's got a lot of talent and will be a great pick up for us, if he puts his mind to it.

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