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The only way for a supporter like me, for many years, other than standing out the front of the studio, and feeling like an old fool , is to point out on a forum like what we have here, that these guys on FTA think their op counts more than ours, it doesn't, and that their fellow comperes value their op, which they do not.It is all about comeuppance and gamesmanship which would  need to be explained..to them anyway.

It has taken the Club to gather together a team like we have now many years and I don't want any, one or many, comedian or showman trying to prevent our enjoyment.

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5 hours ago, DeeSpencer said:

This is why the league needs anti tampering rules. There’s no reason for Pickett to cop this speculation now and for an entire year.

Its all so Craig the Labrador Hutchinson can make money from his pitiful media empire one click at a time.

Who on earth  is Michaelangelo Leonardo Roccaceli anyway? One of the leftover ninja turtles? For all we know he’s about as well connected to the trade market as Melksham’s baby. 

Well connected at Port, i think he works for the Powa in some capacity.

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Club needs to sign him asap. After losing Jackson because mummy wanted him to go home, if we lose Kozzie because he doesn't like the city of Melbourne, only for him to go to [censored] Adelaide, I will vomit up my [censored].

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11 hours ago, Demons11 said:

If you don’t renew your membership because of 2 players leaving then maybe footy is not for you. 

I’m not talking about me , I’m a 40 year consecutive member, but some more fickle supporters may lose interest

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8 hours ago, YesitwasaWin4theAges said:

Well connected at Port, i think he works for the Powa in some capacity.

First heard of him 30 years ago so he's grounded in SA journalism, and is reputedly a Power fan as overt as Caro is a Tiger fan.

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Mentioned again in Damian Barrett's sliding doors today. 

Seems to be a fair bit of smoke about this one. Disastrous if it happens - tracking better statistically than just about any small forward since Stephen Milne. And every bit as exciting as Eddie, Cyril or Jeffy.

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4 hours ago, BDA said:

Why would he want to leave and go to Port anyways. What the attraction there. I can't see it. This is just a BS rumour

Has family in SA, played junior footy there, some hinting in the media maybe he doesn't like the big city so much.

There's plenty of reasons, which doesn't mean it will happen of course.

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19 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

Has family in SA, played junior footy there, some hinting in the media maybe he doesn't like the big city so much.

There's plenty of reasons, which doesn't mean it will happen of course.

I always thought he was from WA. Is it his extended family that are based in SA?

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51 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

From WA originally, but also has family in SA and played footy there.

I think he went to live with uncle Byron when he was in school (not sure the exact age), this was in South Aust. Both Cornes and Rucci are notorious for making up things that suit the SA clubs, and then sooking about the Vic media bias. 

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40 minutes ago, Red and Blue realist said:

I think he went to live with uncle Byron when he was in school (not sure the exact age), this was in South Aust. Both Cornes and Rucci are notorious for making up things that suit the SA clubs, and then sooking about the Vic media bias. 

Yeah he did, and seems really close to him and his sons especially. I don't think he would go, and you're right about the SA media, but I can see how it could be a possibility I guess.

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4 minutes ago, Lord Nev said:

His Mum passed away in early 2021. She was Byron's sister.

His Dad's side of the family are Ngarrindjeri, which is in SA.

Thanks LN - my comment was meant as a joke and to be light hearted given the commentary around LJ 

In hindsight and knowing the circumstances it was not appropriate 

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all the talk is about Port going hard at Kossie, not Kossie is considering, or Kossie might be on the move or anything like that.

so all it is is port want him are are trying to use his SA connections to pry him from us.

is no reporting that he is considering it, which is good.  The bad thing is that we have tried to extend his contract and he has put of talks, which isn't unusual for a kid of his talent, this is one we don't want to lose so dees make him super comfortable next yr.

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