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2 minutes ago, dee-tox said:

Not sure not being able to kick a goal from 20 metres is necessarily Ratten's fault!

 

True but missing finals from 8-3 probably is

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I am feeling confident about next week's game. If the Saints can dominate the Lions like today how more can the Dees do it!

We got Fritta and Brown that are much better kicks than King

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1 minute ago, KysaiahMessiah said:

“Beast Mode” “The Barometer”. All self proclaimed 😂

The barometer looked very FIGJAM signing footies and prancing around the boundary. 🤮🤮🤮

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23 minutes ago, layzie said:

This game stinks 

21 minutes ago, layzie said:

This is a joke 

8 minutes ago, layzie said:

Can't believe we sat through this whole thing to find this out

1 minute ago, layzie said:

We need some damn results to go our way 

Enjoying the footy tonight Layzie?

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Unless St Kilda have a few guns coming through their reserves It’s hard to see them getting close to a premiership with this group, their just so middle of the road it’s not funny. 

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3 minutes ago, Redleg said:

Not necessarily.

We could still end up at the SCG if Swans gain a couple of %.

What is our record at the MCG? lost something like 4 out of the last 5?

Interstate? Won 11 or 12 in a row. 

 

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BT said they are playing for a home final against us. That’s unlikely. They would need Coll to beat Sydney this Sunday and Carl to best Coll in the last round. It’s the only way. 

We win both and unless Coll and StK capitulate against Sydney we will have a home QF.

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3 minutes ago, 1964_2 said:

What is our record at the MCG? lost something like 4 out of the last 5?

Interstate? Won 11 or 12 in a row. 

 

Yeah, but you want to go to see them at the G yeah? Enjoy the experience?

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Saints supporters won't like me saying this but they are going to have to considered a complete rebuild of their list.  

The way they have put it together is completely lopsided in favour of mature recruits not through the draft, this way has never worked previously.

A complete waste of 5 years this will be, all this and their ever expanding debt, a club stuck in the wilderness.

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29 minutes ago, dee-tox said:

Not sure not being able to kick a goal from 20 metres is necessarily Ratten's fault!

 

I'm not even talking about that..

If you and the 3 others who liked it would have any small idea you would know I'm talking about his coaching career thus far at St Kilda.  Max King has nothing to do with this.

As a collective, his record at St Kilda has been poor. Their recruitment has been a shambles and they are simply no where near challenging anytime soon. Their depth is made up of recycled players who are handy in playing a role against bottom 4 teams but steuggle against the rest.

There's going to be a significant drop next year and I'll be surprised if Ratten last the journey.

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