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5 minutes ago, Vipercrunch said:

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.

Would we like a few more marks and goals, sure but when he can't mark it's obvious he concentrates on bringing it to ground.

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6 minutes ago, Dr. Mubutu said:

Isn't it nice to have a call where the commentary team aren't openly barracking against us?

Commentary nearly always leans towards the underdogs and teams on the rise.  We had our turn last year.  I'm hoping to not hear a another pro-Nelbourne call for many, many years.

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55 minutes ago, Demonland said:

This is from TikTok so I hope it doesn't break some of you boomers but the content should make you happy.

Those blokes seemed remarkably relaxed compared to me at the time.

I was hiding under the doona.

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18 hours ago, Demonland said:

How shattered are these sad sacks that the Dees won?

 

Indiscriminate kick by Lever Daisy Thomas reckons.

Yeah, nah.

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1 hour ago, radar said:

…and did I see a Fritsch handpass out to Kossie

It was Melksham who got the ball out to Kossie. I thought that was possibly the key part of the play, as he could easily have tried to keep possession to ensure a ball up, but he kept his head and made a conscious effort to get the ball to Pickett instead.

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18 hours ago, Demonstone said:

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

I thought she was suggesting the blues replace Voss as coach with Rutten.

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3 minutes ago, hardtack said:

It was Melksham who got the ball out to Kossie. I thought that was possibly the key part of the play, as he could easily have tried to keep possession to ensure a ball up, but he kept his head and made a conscious effort to get the ball to Pickett instead.

Good call.

The other key was BB not allowing an intercept mark or clearing punch.

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20 minutes ago, binman said:

Good call.

The other key was BB not allowing an intercept mark or clearing punch.

Did it all day Bin unfortunately some can't see it.

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2 minutes ago, loges said:

Did it all day Bin unfortunately some can't see it.

He worked so hard all match.

And took a clutch mark and kicked a clutch goals in the third

Fans can be hard markers. 

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a question:

the goal that was disallowed and ball returned to half fwd / wing for throw-in

was it because:

1. ben brown marked over the line?

2. ben brown played on from outside the line when he wasn't behind the mark?

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That was bloody awesome!

Love how Kozzi gave it to his opponent rather than celebrate. No idea how he kicked straight after being ripped to the ground during the kick

radio calls so much better than tv

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

a question:

the goal that was disallowed and ball returned to half fwd / wing for throw-in

was it because:

1. ben brown marked over the line?

2. ben brown played on from outside the line when he wasn't behind the mark?

The latter I believe, dc.

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5 minutes ago, DubDee said:

That was bloody awesome!

Love how Kozzi gave it to his opponent rather than celebrate. No idea how he kicked straight after being ripped to the ground during the kick

radio calls so much better than tv

Tv commentater could hardly bring himself to call it a goal 

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1 hour ago, daisycutter said:

a question:

the goal that was disallowed and ball returned to half fwd / wing for throw-in

was it because:

1. ben brown marked over the line?

2. ben brown played on from outside the line when he wasn't behind the mark?

I think he marked it outside the line anyway but i think the actual free was because he played on outside the line which players do all the time.

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3 hours ago, daisycutter said:

a question:

the goal that was disallowed and ball returned to half fwd / wing for throw-in

was it because:

1. ben brown marked over the line?

2. ben brown played on from outside the line when he wasn't behind the mark?

That was right I front of me and it was so confusing. 

Also, Melk kicked a ripping goal as a result that was disallowed. It would have given him another goal, and it was a crying shame because his game was incredible and he deserved 5 goals. I really think he won us that game.

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18 minutes ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

BBB could of marked it.

Sorry Mr. Bombay, but it's could HAVE not could OF.

You'll have to forgive me picking you up on this oft-repeated grammatical howler.

I suffer from CDO, you see.  It's like OCD but the letters are in alphabetical order as they should be.  :D

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25 minutes ago, Bombay Airconditioning said:

Things that come to mind.

Hunts explosivenesses.

Kosi not flying for the mark and remaking front and centre.

BBB could of marked it.

Presence of mind from Melksham to hold it in until he saw Demon colours.

The one hand pick up from Kosi.

Take notes Dees small forwards.

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