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Great !!! Yeh ABC. Firsat time I have seen it . Think of the skill. Pickett Pick ball up two &1/2 steps and kicks. Bri- illiant !!!

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I'm sure this has already been covered in other threads, but how good was that piece of play from May? Works Motlop out of the contest then lays the shepherd for Hunt to bang it long. Glorious stuff.

And then Pickett's spray to Newnes, just great stuff all around.

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Right at the end of the clip at the 4:18 mark, check the dial on Big Benny Brown. Pretty awesome but funny.

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I loved how Kozzy got himself to the front of the pack for the crumb. This is where he should be every single time. 

The risk that Lever took was inspiring - the execution was poor, but he 100% identified the corridor prior to the stoppage as an outnumber. And finally a bounce that favored our boys. 

It is one week earlier than last year where we snuck a victory from the jaws of defeat against the Cats... would love for this to reignite the fire of belief. 

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4 minutes ago, CYB said:

I loved how Kozzy got himself to the front of the pack for the crumb. This is where he should be every single time. 

The risk that Lever took was inspiring - the execution was poor, but he 100% identified the corridor prior to the stoppage as an outnumber. And finally a bounce that favored our boys. 

It is one week earlier than last year where we snuck a victory from the jaws of defeat against the Cats... would love for this to reignite the fire of belief. 

Lever knew exactly what he was doing. There’s no way that our strongest player and our quickest player are at centre half forward out numbering their opponent 3-1. We NEVER set up like that. That, I believe, was what they trained for after last week. Don’t bang it long from the wing, go corridor and deep from there. 

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This is a great video. The ABC commentary is the best because they called the action, not the emotion of one set of supporters.

Was also nice to see that Blues supporter lose her mind 4 times in a row. I actually feel for her - we’ve all been that fan as Dees supporters. 

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14 minutes ago, CYB said:

I loved how Kozzy got himself to the front of the pack for the crumb. This is where he should be every single time. 

The risk that Lever took was inspiring - the execution was poor, but he 100% identified the corridor prior to the stoppage as an outnumber. And finally a bounce that favored our boys. 

It is one week earlier than last year where we snuck a victory from the jaws of defeat against the Cats... would love for this to reignite the fire of belief. 

And it is Lever who also set up Gawn in the Geelong game r23 last year.

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Thanks DJ....this is spine tingling sensational stuff.  It reminds me very much of the kick after the siren win against the Cats last year for the minor premiership.

This just might....just might be the spark that sees us make another GF folks!!

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33 minutes ago, CYB said:

I loved how Kozzy got himself to the front of the pack for the crumb. This is where he should be every single time. 

The risk that Lever took was inspiring - the execution was poor, but he 100% identified the corridor prior to the stoppage as an outnumber. And finally a bounce that favored our boys. 

It is one week earlier than last year where we snuck a victory from the jaws of defeat against the Cats... would love for this to reignite the fire of belief. 

Watching him going front and centre with intent did my heart good.

I don't recall seeing such focus from him at other times 

 

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21 minutes ago, The heart beats true said:

Was also nice to see that Blues supporter lose her mind 4 times in a row.

Having reviewed the footage several times, I now believe she was beseeching the Carlton recruiters to "Get Fritsch!"

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3 minutes ago, Bitter but optimistic said:

I was just watching it ...... again, when you posted loges!

Yes, about my tenth time

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Love these multi-calls.

I hope watching that over so many times in quick succession helps those moaning about BBB going up with one hand so often understand just how important it is to our team.  He stopped the oppisiiton marking it.  He stopped the oppisiiton punching it away to the pockets.  He brings it down to the place that the smalls are and the goal results.  It may not be pretty or classical but it is what needed.  If he is not in the position to mark it cleanly, his job is to stop the oppitision mark and keep the ball in the area.  Going up with one hand acheives that.

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