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I hate all 4 clubs.
 

I guess if it’s Cats v Swans GF then at its two of the best three clubs in the GF. 

The lions have Zorko ([censored]) and Berry (gouger) so probably thinking the Cats. 

Pies supporters are just feral. Swans less so. 

An empty feeling right now. Last Friday night hurt.  Tonight’s match might be hard to watch. 

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17 hours ago, Demonland said:

 

Didn’t matter much in 2021

4 hours ago, BDA said:

Hoping the Swans don't [censored] the bed tomorrow (they have a habit of stuffing up in finals)

Geelong by 50+ points. I'm not sure if i'll watch the game

Back to the trading board and the interesting stuff

 

Since when was the word wet subject to censorship ? 🤗🙄

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1 hour ago, old55 said:

Cats emergency list is impressive - Parfitt, O'Connor, Menegola and Ceglar.

I would be happy with first three listed getting a regular game with us.

Far better than Brisbane's list of Fort, Lester, Prior and Mathieson.

Geelong should have more depth across the ground to get the win tonight.

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I have a newly discovered dislike of the Lions but I don’t think that can compete with decades of Pies and years of Cats loathing.

For me an ideal GF now would be Swans Lions with Swans winning to take all the media love of Pies and Cats away. I appear to be bitter and twisted.

Reality is there is only one Premier and all the rest lose. We did pretty damn well this year.

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28 minutes ago, DeeMee said:

I have a newly discovered dislike of the Lions but I don’t think that can compete with decades of Pies and years of Cats loathing.

For me an ideal GF now would be Swans Lions with Swans winning to take all the media love of Pies and Cats away. I appear to be bitter and twisted.

Reality is there is only one Premier and all the rest lose. We did pretty damn well this year.

I only know one Lions supporter who's a pretty quiet fella.
So I'll go with them.
 

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Ok so right now I'm just feeling bitter that we aren't there.

So is anyone just going to watch last year's prelim especially the 3rd quarter or as I call it the max gawn show.

Out of the 4 teams strangely I want Brisbane to win. Yes I know zorko is a grub but I like Chris Fagan & he had a Melbourne connection & it will prove you don't need to play AFL or be that superstar player to be successful. Plus if daniher was to win a flag it would annoy Essendon fans

If geelong lost tonight it would be funny.

I definitely do not want Collingwood there & I'd be happy with a lions/ swans gf. 

 

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I know we were a bit banged up but I just would have loved to have had a crack at geelong tonight.

I'm fairly sure we would have bought in Tom so that would have changed up our forward line & you just never know.

Anyway Im hoping we are gutted the players are hurting just as bad.

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Our 2021 form would have beaten both of these teams tonight. However, it’s incredible how tired we looked in the last two weeks, compared to these two teams.

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16 minutes ago, dees189227 said:

I know we were a bit banged up but I just would have loved to have had a crack at geelong tonight.

I'm fairly sure we would have bought in Tom so that would have changed up our forward line & you just never know.

Anyway Im hoping we are gutted the players are hurting just as bad.

Toms injured again so we wouldn’t have been able to bring him in.

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