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I think the vital question being ignored here is where the hell is Kane Cornes sitting? Does he have a magic golden box and bowl setup? 

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45 minutes ago, DeeZee said:

The Media absolutely hating on us this year.

I can’t watch any of the footy shows anymore , King, Cornes, Whateley, Robbo, Caroline Wilson, BT, just love sinking the boots in.

I mentioned the hate for the Demons on here a few years back and mostly got howled down as it being nonsense.

Hope everyone here has felt that this year as it's not just the odd media journo.

If you attended a few games at the G you would have felt/heard it there as well.

2023 has to be a big year for this club.  Need to come out and wack all these farkers big time.

2023 ....THE YEAR OF NO MERCY!!

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On 9/12/2022 at 3:23 PM, sue said:

Where was the ‘player’s code’ when Buddy faked being hit in the back to milk a free which turned the momentum in the grand final? That guy is seriously untouchable. His antics should have drawn much more attention. Oliver is hated and admired at the same time 

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“The Lions called on evidence from AFL great Luke Hodge and a neurosurgeon as part of their defence of Berry.”

 

Luke Hodge in for some impartial evidence. I mean he mounted the defence for Berry immediately in the media. What a conflict of interest. I hate Brisbane, the grubby wannabe tough guys. We need to dominate them next year. I hope the cats murder them this weekend 

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On 9/12/2022 at 3:23 PM, sue said:

PAAARKIN ABSOLUTE SHEEEIT

I Hope Clarry and Club Sue for defamation! 

GARBAGE!

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1 minute ago, Kick_It_To_Pickett said:

“The Lions called on evidence from AFL great Luke Hodge and a neurosurgeon as part of their defence of Berry.”

 

Luke Hodge in for some impartial evidence. I mean he mounted the defence for Berry immediately in the media. What a conflict of interest. I hate Brisbane, the grubby wannabe tough guys. We need to dominate them next year. I hope the cats murder them this weekend 

Just what Lincoln McCarthy did on Friday night is enough to make me wanna see Geelong smash them. This successful Berry appeal just solidifies it. 

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43 minutes ago, WalkingCivilWar said:

Pendlebury needs to butt the Fuuuurg out !!!

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22 minutes ago, picket fence said:

Pendlebury needs to butt the Fuuuurg out !!!

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Perhaps because he's actually played AFL pal..and also  knows Clarrie is given to falling over and not being as tough in the clinches as he is in the contested packs 

Besides which he wasn't actually gouged in the eye.

 

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5 minutes ago, IRW said:

Perhaps because he's actually played AFL pal..and also  knows Clarrie is given to falling over and not being as tough in the clinches as he is in the contested packs 

I have no idea who you are IRW, but that is one of the oddest posts I have ever seen on Demonland (and considering the wide field of "odd posts" that is quite a claim!). But I feel a Monty Python quote coming on, from the Holy Grail: "what a strange person". 

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6 minutes ago, Maldonboy38 said:

I have no idea who you are IRW, but that is one of the oddest posts I have ever seen on Demonland (and considering the wide field of "odd posts" that is quite a claim!). But I feel a Monty Python quote coming on, from the Holy Grail: "what a strange person". 

I will explain it to you then

Pendlebury's opinion is likely informed by his understanding of what actually happens on the AFL ground.

It is probably moderated by players generally wanting other players to get a finals game unless they are a thug  like Toby Greene.

It seems relatively  common that  Oliver falls over to milk frees outside of pack contests.

He's not soft  just a lousy actor.

And the charge wasn't eye gouging so the decision doesn't relate to that.

You don't have to like it but is it too hard for you to understand .

Your response wasn't odd   merely typically prejudiced and childish

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8 minutes ago, IRW said:

I will explain it to you then

Pendlebury's opinion is likely informed by his understanding of what actually happens on the AFL ground.

It is probably moderated by players generally wanting other players to get a finals game unless they are a thug  like Toby Greene.

It seems relatively  common that  Oliver falls over to milk frees outside of pack contests.

He's not soft  just a lousy actor.

And the charge wasn't eye gouging so the decision doesn't relate to that.

You don't have to like it but is it too hard for you to understand .

Your response wasn't odd   merely typically prejudiced and childish

So Oliver reddened his eye himself.  Give it a rest

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25 minutes ago, IRW said:

Perhaps because he's actually played AFL pal..and also  knows Clarrie is given to falling over and not being as tough in the clinches as he is in the contested packs 

Besides which he wasn't actually gouged in the eye.

 

Do you mean "Clarry is tough in the game, especially in contested packs, but he doesn't pretend to be a hard man when people hit him out of play or off the ball"?

Clarry goes as hard as anyone in field. No one should need to cop hits, or knocks or punches etc once the whistle has gone and you aren't expecting contact.

Expecting players to be braced and ready to absorb assault at any moment when on the field is ridiculous.

 

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On 9/12/2022 at 5:55 PM, Clintosaurus said:

Clarry gets illegally held at every stoppage but only a couple of frees are awarded. Absolute scam.

Seeing the scragging going on at every single contest without anything from the umpires is one of the things that makes me question why I bother watching the sport

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I'm not into conspiracy theories as a rule but I am beginning to believe there is a real dislike of Clayton from other players.  The last two years he didn't get near the MVP despite winning the AFLCA award in both years.  Blokes like Pendlebury come out and blacken his name with his "elbow into the throat" bs. Just seems like there is a bit more going on here.

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37 minutes ago, IRW said:

Perhaps because he's actually played AFL pal..and also  knows Clarrie is given to falling over and not being as tough in the clinches as he is in the contested packs 

Besides which he wasn't actually gouged in the eye.

 

Come on mate that's Hollywood hogwash.

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