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Trac is struggling with the quad. 
They have done a great job tagging and illegally blocking Oliver. Love how the umpires turn a blind eye when it’s Clarry. He will never win the Brownlow the way the umpires hate him. 

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The Swan talls are double teaming Maxy much of the time and starting to win the aerial battle.

Get BB playing higher up the ground a little more often to help out.

Instruct the smalls and the mediums around the drop to stay out, crumb, feed and run it back in to a more open forward line with Fritta, Melk & Kozzie lurking.

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A lot of basic skill errors, we should used to this pressure footy. 

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Jesus christ where is Oliver, Gawn, Petracca, Kozzie and Melksham?

All senior players that have gone MIA.

Brayshaw looks completely cooked with that knee bandaged 

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Not playing well and we have lots of guys that are way down on form - Trac, Viney, Melk , Kozzie, Gus …

and a goal down - we need a big lift from these guys asap 

May has been good but honestly to get sucked into Franklin is just so dumb 

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Franklin gets a tap in the back & goes down like he was shot. May just needs to keep his cool in the 2nd half & not get sucked in. Umpiring pathetic. Someone needs to clean up that [censored] Papley too.

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Swans killing us at the stoppages, sweating on us when we have possession, and building their attack off the turnover. We only win this if we take ownership of the contested pressure game. Just gonna fumble and fiddle our way to a loss otherwise. Longmire is a frankly brilliant coach. 

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Just now, MrFreeze said:

-8 in clearances. Not getting much drive out of the stoppage. 

Max and Jackson have gone missing.

Incredibly disappointing performance from both so far.

 

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I count 3 goals for Sydney directly caused by bad decisions, Lever not handballing out to team mate boundary side, turns back into traffic, ball spills Hayward kicks the opener. May getting sucked in by Buddy off the ball 50 m and goal. And Max trying to chip a 20m ball to Ed surrounded by 4 swans opponents. Dumb footy like this is the only thing that stops us winning this.

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6 minutes ago, Demonstone said:

Thank you for your weekly cut and paste, Clint.  :D

Well they never get any better do they? If these are the best........

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1 minute ago, Webber said:

Swans killing us at the stoppages, sweating on us when we have possession, and building their attack off the turnover. We only win this if we take ownership of the contested pressure game. Just gonna fumble and fiddle our way to a loss otherwise. Longmire is a frankly brilliant coach. 

Oooh cryptic

is Longmire the right guy??? 👀👀👀

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