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1 minute ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Late bump after he kicked

Pretty soft

What started the fight then ta

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2 minutes ago, dazzledavey36 said:

Forget Grundy.

Do whatever it takes to buy a genuine key forward.

Our forward line is a mess.

I can’t stand our coaching anymore. Even if we win this, bombing long to small forwards like Spargo, with McGovern on him is bloody madness. Kick it low or wide to space. 

We don’t adapt to our selected side at all.

Our handball turnovers must be a world record.

Our disposal is garbage.

We are not a shadow of last year’s side the way we are playing.

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8 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Brown's had 1 handball, 0 kicks, 0 marks.

If that was Weid his thread would have another 8 pages by now.

 

Yea true ..... they are as bad as each other now.

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Just now, dee-tox said:

Has Petracca had a touch?

Melksham and May good.

Jackson better.

Saad doing damage setting up.

Carlton ultra defensive, flooding back.

 

Tracc done little but Oliver has done everything and is everywhere.

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Just now, dee-tox said:

Has Petracca had a touch?

Melksham and May good.

Jackson better.

Saad doing damage setting up.

Carlton ultra defensive, flooding back.

 

Jacko has taken a couple of marks and missed both shots but has handballed to them at least 4 times.

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[censored] we miss TMac. 

We are too easy to defended against without another key forward, out numbered always at marking contests inside F50.

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2 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Anyone know if Saad or Weitering are injured? Or will they play the game out?

 

1 minute ago, Graeme Yeats' Mullet said:

Weitering looked to hurt Ribs in Q1

Saad definitely looks sore - maybe ribs or something.

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1 minute ago, GCDee said:

Why was that “a gift” for fritta, he marked it anyway… 

much happier about this game than the Collingwood and dogs games, blues without their stars are clearly playing as many tagging/negating roles as possible. 

They won’t be able to keep it up the whole game. I think we will break away and win by 40+ keeping the blues to under 50 points 

Disagree, the way our forward line is playing & our kicking for goal Carlton will be in this to the end

They have 2 class forwards that can win the game off their own boot, we have Ben Brown😂

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1 minute ago, DubDee said:

Anyone know if Saad or Weitering are injured? Or will they play the game out?

Saad looked very sore after a contest or two after he came back on. Probing around his tummy and side. Not sure re Weitering.

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2 minutes ago, CYB said:

The big thing to watch is our 2nd half. Do we sit in an 8 point lead? 
 

Any other top4 team would be smashing the Blues by 10 goals right now. 

The blues are applying some strong pressure. They are a good side.

Will they Fold?

I so hope so.

 

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Unimaginative footy!!! Same ole, same ole. 
 

It’s like the term “the definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting a different  result”. Our win/loss in the last 10 weeks is less than 50%. Oppositions are working us out.

I get the game style is not completely broken, but make the opposition question or think we may change things up on occasion. Switch the ball…… stop running forward up the line and get some  spread. The midfield all run one way together forward…. We  do not have a crash and bash strong tall forward.

We have Melksham (playing well), Fritta and Brown who can lead if we only, on occasion spread it wide, and let them lead and mark. It’s better than relying on rucks marking and kicking behinds. 
 

 

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