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NON-MFC: Round 22, 2022


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24 minutes ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

North hit the lead, surely pick 1 is worth more to a new coach than showing a big late.

No way...... You play to win. Look at the problems North is having with its 2021 1 st draft pick.  Avoiding the wooden spoon far more important. Top picks might feel happy at North if they finish the year strongly.

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1 minute ago, deebunked said:

No way...... You play to win. Look at the problems North is having with its 2021 1 st draft pick.  Avoiding the wooden spoon far more important. Top picks might feel happy at North if they finish the year strongly.

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You do, but where was this at the start of the season. Too little to late.

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3 minutes ago, deebunked said:

No way...... You play to win. Look at the problems North is having with its 2021 1 st draft pick.  Avoiding the wooden spoon far more important. Top picks might feel happy at North if they finish the year strongly.

Scully says HI.

 

If they land Clarko the wheel will turn 180 from day 1.

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16 minutes ago, Winners at last said:

Watched some of the Bulldogs v GWS match. Free kick Bulldogs (and conversely no free kick GWS) directive being implemented. 

5metre kicks what maggots

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1 hour ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

Was thinking as much, not that this justifies the results but was probably the Dogs best game of the season and the Pies of their 11 game streak.

Honestly, it seems like Freo, Sydney, Bulldogs, Pies all played the games of their seasons against us... a nice easy one against Carlton would seem fair and reasonable.

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10 minutes ago, Stu said:

Honestly, it seems like Freo, Sydney, Bulldogs, Pies all played the games of their seasons against us... a nice easy one against Carlton would seem fair and reasonable.

Nope watch the Blues lift for the performance of the last 20 years. Let’s just hope we can counter it. 

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