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Swans are a very good football team in the making and will be around the mark for the next 3-4 years.

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18 minutes ago, kev martin said:

I still see it as hate.

You can dress it up as you like.

You group think, separatist who believe the other should be like you or they are what, "d..k h..ds".

Why if peoples attitude are not ones you agree with should they be singled out as unacceptable and ridiculed, possibly even ostracised by the "true thinkers".

I think many years ago there was a "most punchable head thread" all in fun.

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20 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Pies look cooked. Ginnivan done his hammy which is massive. I reckon the blues are a real chance next week

How much did Lingers comment motivate the Pies last week? I think there was an element of emotion they played with which always lifts a team, however it’s non sustainable as we can see today. 
 

That and the loss to the Doggies were complete brain farts and will likely cost us top 2 and probably top 4. 

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3 minutes ago, layzie said:

Are we happy with that?

Well if we beat Lions, odds are we play them in Sydney. Are you happy with that?

At least it’s a double chance and to date we haven’t lost interstate this season. 

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18 minutes ago, Mr Steve said:

Whats BT on about, a win over Carlton wont give Collingwood a top four spot.

As lions and us play each other if Pies win they are too 4 as Freo can’t catch them

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5 minutes ago, layzie said:

Are we happy with that?

Yep. The Pies bubble has finally burst so I can start listening to radio again without having to hear all the nonsense about how good the Pies are.

The Blues should do a number on them and give us a crack at top 4. 

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1 minute ago, dees189227 said:

Now lets end it with port continuing to thrash Essendon & make there fans more miserable 

I also need Boak to go big for Supercoach 😉👍
Needs to get a wriggle on.

 

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9 minutes ago, Jibroni said:

Swans are a very good football team in the making and will be around the mark for the next 3-4 years.

They will usually as they get gifted high draft picks when they finish top 4 due to their academy. Mills, Henney, Blakey etc. completely biased system

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18 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Well if we beat Lions, odds are we play them in Sydney. Are you happy with that?

At least it’s a double chance and to date we haven’t lost interstate this season. 

Not the happiest Mr Leg, not the happiest.

Been around town today so had to rely on the experts for the calculations.

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15 minutes ago, CYB said:

Yep. The Pies bubble has finally burst so I can start listening to radio again without having to hear all the nonsense about how good the Pies are.

The Blues should do a number on them and give us a crack at top 4. 

I think we must win for top 4.

Cant see Freo or Swans losing.

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If we lose to Brisbane, we need two of Carlton to beat Collingwood, GWS to beat Freo and St Kilda to beat Sydney to happen. I realistically think the first is more likely than not, the second not a long shot at all as GWS are great when they’re on, they’re at home, and might put one last effort in for the coach. The last is very unlikely as St Kilda are way off with an unreliable full-forward, albeit they would have beaten the Lions if they kicked accurately.

If we win, it’s simple, Sydney at the SCG in all likelihood. Don’t see that as an issue, esp with the pre-finals bye meaning no consecutive weeks of travel, plus the added incentive to win that and get another week off before a home preliminary final, potentially even against Freo (based on my ladder predictor).

 

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Just now, layzie said:

Interesting! Come on Saints!

Saints have nothing to play for unfortunately. They will be busy ordering their mad Monday entertainment 

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7 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Saints have nothing to play for unfortunately. They will be busy ordering their mad Monday entertainment 

Pride, as silly as it sounds. I don’t think they’ll win but their ladder position won’t change regardless of the result. Hopefully Ratten has them fired up to go out with a fight. 

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11 minutes ago, whatwhat say what said:

#22 maggot might've done himself out of a finals appearance with some of today's decisions

He’s a terrible umpire and seems to have it in for us. So here’s hoping. 

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