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Will you boo Dogga?

I can't see myself booing a premiership player.

I'll boo Howe til the cows come home and if Bedford leaves he will be booed too.

Just interested in the demonlanders thoughts?

  

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3 minutes ago, Scipio said:

Why would you boo Bedford?

If goes to another club I will boo him. You don't get away with leaving Melbourne unless you have won a premiership in my eyes.

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I am a mature aged senior so I will be definitely booing.

That said though it will be in the context of the first game against MFC.

(And when I watch the GF replay I will be cheering.  Luke is a hero)

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13 hours ago, WERRIDEE said:

If goes to another club I will boo him. You don't get away with leaving Melbourne unless you have won a premiership in my eyes.

That's ridiculous, if Bedford leaves he's just another young player looking for more opportunity. You can't blame him for that.

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12 hours ago, DubDee said:

Give me a reason why Jackson would possibly deserve a boo from a demons fan?

Because he was treated well by Club, apprentice to the best ruckman in the last 50years, offered an excellent contract to stay at the reining premiers & left for greed & his demanding him to come home.

But l probably won’t boo him because l couldn’t be bothered 

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7 minutes ago, Billy said:

Because he was treated well by Club, apprentice to the best ruckman in the last 50years, offered an excellent contract to stay at the reining premiers & left for greed & his demanding him to come home.

But l probably won’t boo him because l couldn’t be bothered 

That’s pretty much how I feel 

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22 minutes ago, Billy said:

Because he was treated well by Club, apprentice to the best ruckman in the last 50years, offered an excellent contract to stay at the reining premiers & left for greed & his demanding him to come home.

But l probably won’t boo him because l couldn’t be bothered 

I reckon he always tried hard on the field and treated us with respect. Would be truly bizarre to boo him. He is no Scully 

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I didn't boo Scully in 2012 so i'd be a hypocrite if I then booed LJ.

As a collective though, he will most certainly get booed at the MCG, and booed heavily I reckon.

Once a player chooses to no longer wear the jumper, it's only natural for supporters to boo him the next season.

Even Jack Watts got booed by us in round 1 2019 and he was booted out of our club FCS.

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Booing is for the underclasses. Use your words.

As for Jackson, I don't like it but at least he didn't fake agony about the decision like some others. Hope he has an injury free, profitable, and reasonably average career in an ordinary side.

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