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45 minutes ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Daniher out means they will play fast corridor football instead of their slow high marking game.

What game style do we fail against most often?

They have to win the ball first and they’re not as skilled as other sides that have beaten us that way.

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59 minutes ago, Mickey said:

Brisbane out to $3.85 on Sportsbet

Dud Sportsbet have the Dee's as unbackable favourites for the first 10 rounds this year?

Like pretty much every expert commentator?

Geez Louise what has that got to do with.....anything ?

 

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5 minutes ago, sue said:

They had a similar error last week.

No I mean the odds, 11:50AM is the time the game starts for me. Brisbane out to over $4 though 🤯

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1 hour ago, Nascent said:

I'm surprised and shocked on two counts.

1. Someone found Daniher attractive enough to do the deed

2. Daniher was accurate enough to "kick a goal."

Never a problem for AFL players no matter their looks. 
But yeah, can’t dispute your 2nd point 😂

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1 hour ago, Diamond_Jim said:

Daniher out means they will play fast corridor football instead of their slow high marking game.

What game style do we fail against most often?

Might want to send this through to the coaches at MFC, doubt they will catch on

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1 hour ago, Deenooos_ said:

What the... 

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would cest be central europe std time? so, game at 19:50 here - 8 hours = 11:50

presumably afl app picks up your location code

just guessing

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15 minutes ago, cookieboc said:

this time last week I was chomping at the bit.

today, I have zero expectations.

Ill have a beer or three tonight, chant, yell and scream, and what will be, will be

#GoDees. #GiveEmHell

Last week i was anxious as all heck, today i am very much "what will be will be". Would be a waste of a season to go out in straight sets, particularly starting 10-0.

It's all up to the boys now. I'll be there cheering them on tonight, and hopefully get to next week as well. 🤞 

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25 minutes ago, cookieboc said:

this time last week I was chomping at the bit.

 

today, I have zero expectations.

Ill have a beer or three tonight, chant, yell and scream, and what will be, will be

 

#GoDees. #GiveEmHell

Agree. But that’s how the Dees mess with your head. Flat this week. Smash the Lions

have a week of getting your hopes up then Hawkins kicks 6 and we are crushed!

good times!

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No matter what anyone says, there is huge pressure on us tonight. 

We haven't had enough go wrong out of our control to mean that a straight sets exit after starting 10-0 and finishing 2nd is acceptable. It isn't.

I put very little weight in the margin of the two H&A games. Finals are different. We won't blow Brisbane apart (if we do, that says way more about them than us). We are better than them, we should find it easier to score against them than Sydney given their leaky defence, and we should have a point to prove and a burning desire to right the ship.

I don't mind if it's a slog, or if it's close, or if we're behind at points. I just want a win. I want a shot at Geelong in a prelim, where for the first time in a long time we'll be significant underdogs. 

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13 minutes ago, DubDee said:

Agree. But that’s how the Dees mess with your head. Flat this week. Smash the Lions

have a week of getting your hopes up then Hawkins kicks 6 and we are crushed!

good times!

funny thing is, if we win tonight, I think we will beat Geelong next week. go figure

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