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Still not sure who I want to win out of Syd & C'wood to increase the chances  we finish in the top 4  IF we lose to Brisbane (yes, sorry, I'm looking at the pessimistic case). I think in that case we want C'wood to thrash Sydney and Sydney to not get their percentage up in the last round? Views?

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I hope someone new comes into the footy market in the next broadcast contract.

Kayo is the worst app I’ve ever used. A big international player will surely wipe the floor with the garbage tech we have to put up with.

From what I’ve read everyone is pushing for their own commentary on all games. That at least gives us an option to avoid BT.

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7 minutes ago, sue said:

Still not sure who I want to win out of Syd & C'wood to increase the chances  we finish in the top 4  IF we lose to Brisbane (yes, sorry, I'm looking at the pessimistic case). I think in that case we want C'wood to thrash Sydney and Sydney to not get their percentage up in the last round? Views?

No, we never wish well to Collingwood. Sydney to win by the smallest of margins. They (Pies) then lose again against Carlton and drop of top 4. That would mean that we either win against Brisbane, Sydney loses against St Kilda (wishful thinking) or Freo to draw/lose.

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17 minutes ago, sue said:

Still not sure who I want to win out of Syd & C'wood to increase the chances  we finish in the top 4  IF we lose to Brisbane (yes, sorry, I'm looking at the pessimistic case). I think in that case we want C'wood to thrash Sydney and Sydney to not get their percentage up in the last round? Views?

Best scenario ....Coll beat swans but lose to Carlton r23.

We beat lions we finish 2ND. Pies % is putrid.

Cant rely on Stkilda helping us and swans % will likely finish higher than ours. 

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6 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Why do posters want swans to win. We cant finish  2nd. Imagine relying on Saints to do the right thing by us. Hilarious!

You all must really hate Collingwood...lol

I think most of us believe we are a good chance for the premiership as long as we are top 4, so not necessary to finish second.

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11 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Why do posters want swans to win. We cant finish  2nd. Imagine relying on Saints to do the right thing by us. Hilarious!

You all must really hate Collingwood...lol

Yes

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19 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Why do posters want swans to win. We cant finish  2nd. Imagine relying on Saints to do the right thing by us. Hilarious!

You all must really hate Collingwood...lol

Would come down to which team  "Melbourne or Sydney"won by the most next week. Myself I would rather play Collingwood or Geelong in the first week.

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12 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Why do posters want swans to win. We cant finish  2nd. Imagine relying on Saints to do the right thing by us. Hilarious!

You all must really hate Collingwood...lol

You do realise it’s harder for us to maintain second if Magpies beat the Swans ? lol 🤦‍♂️

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1 minute ago, Alex Flood said:

You do realise it’s harder for us to maintain second if Magpies beat the Swans ? lol 🤦‍♂️

Exactly, best case scenario for us is equalization of points. Then percentage will be like a flip of a coin.

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2 minutes ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

If Pies win, we are likely 3rd, but FW final at the G against Coll if we beat Brisbane 

But Sydney look a lot better

So the reigning premier must fear some teams (e.g. Geelong or Sydney)? Not the best attitude to have going to September if you ask me.

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Have a missed the retirement of the red Sherrin - why are Sydney and the Pies playing with a yellow ball?

P.S. Sydney will win this. Simply because they played North last week!

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Just now, Nairobi_Demon said:

Have a missed the retirement of the red Sherrin - why are Sydney and the Pies playing with a yellow ball?

After 2.30 start time = yellow

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7 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

So the reigning premier must fear some teams (e.g. Geelong or Sydney)? Not the best attitude to have going to September if you ask me.

Why is there a problem with having a preference?

When I go to the Pub I'll eat anything...  But it's perfect OK that I prefer an Eye Fillet over a Parma

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7 minutes ago, ElDiablo14 said:

So the reigning premier must fear some teams (e.g. Geelong or Sydney)? Not the best attitude to have going to September if you ask me.

Fear no team but we still need to finish top four.

Do wonder how much last week has taken out of Collingwood

And expect last night to do the same to Carlton.

Would love to play Geelong first up but not sure we can finish fourth.

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37 minutes ago, deebunked said:

Why do posters want swans to win. We cant finish  2nd. Imagine relying on Saints to do the right thing by us. Hilarious!

You all must really hate Collingwood...lol

I literally think we are a better chance to beat Swans away than to win a final at the MCG, where we’ve been horrible for all of the second half of the year. Conversely we haven’t lost an interstate game yet. 

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Normally I'll barrack for the result the suits us best but in this instance i don;t care. I just want to see the pies lose because i'm sick to the back teeth watching them win tight matches

And yes, I hate them as well

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